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."
On Friday, it was revealed that Vitaly Petrov will replace Jarno Trulli at Caterham F1 Team with immediate effect, while Mike Gascoyne has been announced as the Chief Technical Officer at Caterham Group.
Another win and a podium for Romain Grosjean went a very long way to sealing the title for the DAMS pilot. With two rounds remaining, the French / Swiss pilot led the field by 25 points; however his DAMS squad still lingered behind Barwa Addax in the Teams’ Championship. Stefano Coletti opened his victory account thanks to a stunning drive in the Sprint Race.
Sebastian Vettel made it twelve consecutive pole positions for Red Bull at the Hungaroring last Saturday.
McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton proved himself to be quickest in two of the three Free Practice sessions in Hungary, with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel firing back on Saturday morning.
Episode 3 of Parc Ferme is something of a bumper edition - anything to celebrate what is one of the busiest month of the year in motorsport.
This past week has been something of a downer for both the Superleague Formula and Auto GP.
In the first in-season test session of 2011, Lewis Williamson topped the time sheets in his MW Arden machine, but teammate Mitch Evans gave him a run for his money too.
Yesterday, the FIA released a controversial provisional calendar for the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship. As well as being reinstated for later this year, the Bahrain Grand Prix will retake its position as the season opener next March. The following week will see the Grand Prix circus make the long, long trip to Melbourne.Sepang and … Continue reading Formula 1 Expands its 2012 Calendar
Fledgling junior racing category, GP3, released its 2011 calendar this week.
Several weeks ago, I posted a review of Formula 1's Championship challengers. Now, as the New Year bell's approach, it's about time that I finally get to the rest of the field.
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.
Former Formula 1 and Sportscar boss, Tom Walkinshaw has passed away at the age of 64. The Scot had been suffering from cancer for some time, before eventually succumbing to the disease
GP2 race winner Christian Vietoris will be leaving hospital tomorrow following an operation to have his appendix removed yesterday.
When Jaime Alguersuari made his Formula 1 début at the Hungaroring mid-way through 2009, many considered the then 19-year-old too young and inexperienced to be partaking in a race at the top level. Now 20, the young Spaniard has shown himself to be worthy of his drive; occasionally wrenching some wonderful performances out of a … Continue reading Q&A: Jaime Alguersuari (Toro Rosso, Formula 1)
3rd Free Practice Having rained heavily overnight, the tight and twisty Hungaroring regained its green and gripless nature, but that did not stop the Red Bull's from once again romping away at the top of the time sheets. With such incredible ease, both Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber lead the way with the Australian out … Continue reading 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring, Round 12, July 31st)
It was announced today that the new GP3 racing series has secured a broadcast partner with MotorsTV UK Channel. The broadcasts will be found on Sky Channel 413 and Virgin Media 545 in the form of a highlights package, but it has yet to be announced who will present the coverage. The new junior formula, … Continue reading GP3 Secures Broadcast Partner
Come qualifying, Sebastian Vettel secured the first pole of the season only just 1/10th of a second ahead of Felipe Massa and a further 4/10th's of a second in front of Fernando Alonso - a key early victory for the Brazilian driver in his first back since his horrific injury in Hungary last season. Congratulations … Continue reading 2010 Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir, Round 1, Qualifying Session)
Just a quick to wish Felipe Massa well and hope he recovers soon. It's amazing that less than a week after an errant wheel killed young Henry Surtees, a piece of stray suspension injures Massa in such a horrific way. For those who did not see it, a torsion bar from Rubens Barrichello's rear suspension … Continue reading Felipe Massa Accident
The Hungarian Grand Prix marked an interesting point in the 1991 Formula 1 season. At this stage Ayrton Senna was just driving to the championship, while Williams were there (but still not quite there) and Alain Prost was still struggling in his Ferrari.