Last weekend's Auto GP World Series finale at Estoril marked a disappointing end to the 2014 season for the beleaguered single-seater category.
Lucas Auer claimed his third FIA European Formula 3 victory of the season at the Hockenheimring this morning.
Jagonya Ayam with Carlin driver Tom Blomqvist took his sixth victory of the FIA European F3 season in a slightly shortened race at the Hockenheimring today.
Max Verstappen won the opening FIA European Formula 3 race of the season’s final round at Hockenheim.
Jolyon Palmer took the GP2 Series title in emphatic style at Sochi Autodrom on Saturday, to the delight of his DAMS team and former F1 racer father Jonathan.
Mercedes racer Lewis Hamilton may have won this morning’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, but the accident suffered by Jules Bianchi on lap 43 prior to Dunlop Curve rendered that mute.
GP3 Series regular Luís Sá Silva is set to make his Auto GP debut at season finale at Estoril next month.
One of the more undersold elements of the Auto GP World Series has been the manner in which the category offers prize money to successful drivers.
Hong Kong based British racer Dan Wells is to make his début in the beleaguered British Formula 3 Series at Brands Hatch this weekend with Double R Racing. The 23-year-old has spent much of the last three seasons in the Far East, competing in the likes of Formula Masters China and its predecessor the Formula … Continue reading “Wells British F3 début increases field to seven”
“Life’s a bitch, eh,” opens a wry and deep Dutch voice. That is one of the markers about Robin Frijns – he is, to say the least, frank.
Max Chilton has retained his Marussia F1 drive, less than one day after he “volunteered to step aside.”
Formula One backmarkers Marussia announced a very late driver change earlier today, when Alexander Rossi was brought in in place of Max Chilton.
Former Auto GP champion Kevin Ceccon is to rejoin the GP3 Series with Jenzer Motorsport this weekend and will remain with the Swiss squad for the rest of the season.
Despite a tough opening portion of the season, New Zealand’s Mitch Evans claims some good prizes are still possible, but also that the title may be beyond him.
That’s 200! A large number of races indeed. An anniversary suitably celebrated by the GP2 Series on the Saturday at Hockenheim.
If the heavy heat still bore down on the Hockenheim paddock, then at least delight and relief cleared the air. For Jann Mardenborough, this was all about the latter. His performances during this year’s Toyota Racing Series showed that he had the capacity to win, but taking that to a higher level like GP3 was always going to be tricky.
Marvin Kirchhöfer scored his first GP3 Series victory this evening, mere hours after securing his maiden pole position.
One does always need to be spectacular or stylish to be victorious. Sometimes success comes when partnered consistency. Roll stylish and consistent together and you will have a potent – and incredibly rare – mixture at your fingertips. Until Silverstone, GP3 Series points leader Alex Lynn had been the stylish one, taking two Race One victories, but not finishing either of the Race Two events. Jimmy Eriksson, meanwhile, had been passively consistent with three podiums and a 6th place finish.
If Carlin Motorsport’s Felipe Nasr is to really push for this year’s GP2 Series title, then consistency needs to run parallel to his more obvious speed. Admittedly on this occasion, there was precious little the Brazilian could do about the lost points on Saturday; however one cannot escape the fact that since series leader Jolyon Palmer’s last victory in Monaco in May, Nasr has only outscored the Briton by six points.
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