"Meanwhile, at the Weekend: Vettel wins the Bahrain GP; Leimer and Bird take GP2 glory; Sato takes first IndyCar win; Munoz triumphs at Long Beach”
In 1985, the International Formula 3000 replaced the defunct European F2 Series as the final stepping stone before Formula 1. Come 1986, F3000 altered its schedule slightly to include races at Imola, Bugatti Le Mans and Jarama; however the destination that stood out like a sore thumb was "Birmingham".
Next year’s European and British Formula 3 calendars appear to have been finalised following the rejigging of several events.
Auto GP announced an expansion to its 2012 calendar on Friday, giving the feeder category world series status, allowing the series to be renamed the "Auto GP World Series."
With this year’s British Formula 3 season now a mere memory, SRO Motorsport yesterday announced the provisional calendar for 2012
Menasheh Idafar was penalised yesterday evening following his lap nineteen collision with Pipo Derani in yesterday's British Formula 3 race at Donington Park.
It is often remembered as a time of honour, sportsmanship and openness in motorsport. Simpler times when safety was not an issue and drivers were daredevils playing in the fire – and when Prince Birabongse Bhanudej Bhanubandh took to the wheel; motorsport felt the rare touch of royalty.
This weekend sees the beginning of the 2011 British Formula 3 Series and where better than the historic motor racing temple that is Monza.
Despite the ever growing calendar for junior categories, the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) have launched another series to tempt UK racing talent.
With the start of the British F3 season now nine weeks away, Championship organisers SRO have had to make a slight alteration to the calendar. Originally the series' visit to the Nurburgring - originally planned for mid-September - has now been moved to the beginning of July due to circumstances beyond the control of SRO. … Continue reading Date Change for British F3’s trip to Germany
The GP2 Main Series has announced a nine-round schedule for its seventh year of competition, while the Superleague Championship has announced a twelve race-weekends calendar.
Single-seater series, Auto GP, has been announced as the main support category for the World Touring Car Championship in 2011. The series, which has had painfully little exposure in recent years, replaces Formula 2 as WTCC's lead in event, earning itself a contract with sports cable channel Eurosport in the process. Kicking off in May … Continue reading Auto GP steps into F2 slot
Over the weekend, SRO Motorsports announced the calendar for the 2011 Cooper Tires British Formula 3 International Series – the schedule will take in ten rounds with races across the UK, as well as forays into Europe.
It was confirmed earlier that this year's Formula 1 British Grand Prix will take place on the revised MotoGP circuit. The track had initially lost the 2010 race to Donington Park; however when that deal fell through due to financial issues, Silverstone picked up the contract for the next 10 years, with an option on … Continue reading Reshaping Silverstone
One of the great consistencies of Formula 1 in recent years has been the abandonment of well known traditional venues for territories that have more money than sense; however if someone were to hand you a blank cheque to race there, I'm sure many would happily oblige. It has been rather galling though to watch … Continue reading Looking for a Home