My thoughts and notes on the 3rd round of the 2020 Super Formula season from SUGO. Also some spiel about returning and departing drivers ahead of next month's 4th round at Autopolis.
The Japanese Super Formula Championship has revealed a reconfigured calendar for the 2020 season. The rejigged schedule will see all seven rounds crammed into the final four months of the year. Following many questions and numerous delays, a new provisional calendar for the 2020 Super Formula season has been released. The provision schedule is as … Continue reading “Super Formula: Provisional Calendar Revealed” (*Updated*)
Conditions at the DTM finale at Hockenheimring we’re hardly the most representative of early October in the region. Previous visits to the season ending event tended to be on the dryer side in recent years, flicking between late Autumn wind and warmth to early Winter grey and cool. For the regulars, the wet weather was … Continue reading “Waiting for the Rain Dance”
Invitational entrants from the ATS Formel 3 Cup are to be denied entrance for the remaining British F3 rounds should they be running the German series’ boosted Volkswagen engines.
Nick Yelloly, Josh Webster and Dino Zamparelli brought the number of British racers in the GP3 Series to four when they signed on this week.
Meanwhile at the Weekend: Ogier wins in Sweden; Cassidy claims TRS title.
Nick Cassidy took his first TRS win of the season at Hampton Downs to extend his points lead over Lucas Auer, but it was guest driver Mitch Evans who stole the weekend headlines.
Nick Cassidy rose to the top of the TRS championship after the weekend’s third round at Taupo; however it was Alex Lynn who claimed both of the weekend’s pole position’s and feature races wins, while Bruno Bonifacio took the Sunday morning sprint event.
“Meanwhile, at the weekend: Loeb wins again, Auer takes lead in New Zealand”
Felix Serralles heads the Toyota Racing Series after the opening round at Teretonga Park Raceway. The Puerto Rican leaves the Invercargill circuit with a five point lead over Austrian racer Lucas Auer.
While most championships are in the process of closing for this year, the New Zealand-based Toyota Racing Series is busy revving up for its ninth season next month.
Kevin Ceccon grabbed the top spot following two days of GP3 post-season testing at Jerez last week.
Nick Cassidy became the latest winner of the Toyota Racing Series yesterday.