“GP2 Belgium: Vandoorne – The thinking man’s winner”

105 points. That is one hell of a lead for Stoffel Vandoorne at the top of the GP2 Series standings. While eight races still remain – four Features and four Sprints – and there is still 192 points on the table, it is looking more and more as if Vandoorne has his hands wrapped tightly … Continue reading “GP2 Belgium: Vandoorne – The thinking man’s winner”

“Diff’rent Strokes”

Stoffel Vandoorne and Jolyon Palmer - two of the most impressive junior formulae talents of 2014. As a pairing, they took the top two spots in the GP2 Series last year, with Palmer emerging as clear victor, yet as February turns and Formula One testing begins in earnest, both are, to a degree, on the outside looking in.

“Drivers of 2014: Stoffel Vandoorne”

Following a season long battle with eventual GP2 Series champion Jolyon Palmer, in the end Felipe Nasr couldn’t hold onto the runner-up spot. In his stead, the super impressive and quick Stoffel Vandoorne piped the Brazilian at the last and considering the Belgian’s natural speed and rate of improvement during what was his first GP2 season, this was a deserved position

“Right to Reply – ‘Jolyon Palmer: A champion, but what next?'”

Earlier this week, Formula Renault 3.5 driver Cameron Twynham contacted me regarding Sunday's post about the new GP2 Series champion, Jolyon Palmer. As part of the operating policy of TheMotorsportArchive.com, this website is open to a 'reply or comment' from those involved in motorsport.

“Thoughts about Sergio Canamasas and motorsport discipline”

One of the major talking points following last weekend’s GP2 Series round at Monza was the on track behaviour of Trident’s Sergio Canamasas. While mixing erratic driving and occasional bouts of pace is nothing new for the Spaniard, Canamasas’ Monza record was impossible to ignore during Sunday’s Sprint Race. As noted in last week’s GP2 … Continue reading “Thoughts about Sergio Canamasas and motorsport discipline”

“GP2 Series Monza analysis: Palmer closes in”

For a time, it looked as if the Felipe Nasr of old had been pushed aside and that there would finally be a “real” championship fight between the quiet Brazilian and Britain’s Jolyon Palmer. Come Sunday afternoon, a very different realisation swept through the paddock, where, if nothing else, Palmer had emerged very much on … Continue reading “GP2 Series Monza analysis: Palmer closes in”