Pascal Wehrlein is a reasonably tall chap. Maybe not overly so in the grand scheme of the human race, but in the realm of racing drivers, he is quite tall. Upon meeting, he would stand not too far shy of my 6’1” frame, whereas a great many racers fall somewhere in the 5’6”-5’8” region. And … Continue reading “Thoughts on Pascal Wehrlein, the Norisring and Weird Regulations”
DAMS duo Pierre Gasly and Alex Lynn headed days one and two of the first GP2 Series pre-season test in Abu Dhabi, with Status GP’s Richie Stanaway quickest on day three.
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”
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.
GP2 Series veteran Stefano Coletti has moved to Racing Engineering for what will be his fourth full season of competition.
Reigning FIA European Formula 3 champion Raffaele Marciello has finally been confirmed with leading GP2 squad Racing Engineering.
Rising Belgian star Stoffel Vandoorne has made a move to the GP2 Series with ART Grand Prix.
After much speculation, Antonio Fuoco has finally been announced as the Ferrari Driver Academy placement in Prema Powerteam’s FIA European F3 effort.
The middle of October and it was an uneasy weekend for some of Raffaele Marciello more devoted fans.
The new-for-2014 Florida Winter Series is set to launch at Homestead Speedway in eleven days time; however this is one that looks at young drivers in a slightly different way.
Felix Rosenqvist claimed a pair of pole positions for races two and three of this weekend’s FIA European F3 championship round at Zandvoort.
Mattias Ekstrom’s disqualification from this month’s DTM event at the Norisring has been upheld by the DMSB; however in a twist, no winner has been declared for the event.
Raffaele Marciello has been excluded from this morning’s FIA European Formula 3 race due to a technical infringement. According to the post-race stewards report, Marciello’s Prema Powerteam machine was found to have a gear ratio measurement lower than the minimum allowed. The Italian had claimed the top spot in the 48-lap event, heading teammate Lucas … Continue reading “Marciello excluded from FIA F3 final race – Auer takes victory”
Raffaele Marciello scored his sixth FIA European Formula 3 victory of the season in comfortable style at Brands Hatch this afternoon.
Alex Lynn scored a lights-to-flag victory at Brands Hatch this morning, although it was no easy task for the Englishman.
Alex Lynn secured all three pole positions for the FIA European Formula Three Championship round of Brands Hatch this evening.
Felix Rosenqvist and Lucas Auer topped the time sheets of this morning’s European Formula 3 free practice sessions at Brands Hatch.
Felix Rosenqvist stormed to victory at the final FIA European F3 race at the Hockenheimring this morning.
Raffaele Marciello made it two wins out of two at the third round of the FIA European Formula 3 Championship this evening. The Prema Powerteam racer headed Fortec’s Josh Hill home, while Tom Blomqvist (EuroInternational) took another 3rd place spot.
Ferrari Development Academy driver Raffaele Marciello cruised to his fourth FIA European Formula 3 victory of the season at the Hockenheimring this morning, despite spinning in torrential rain.