There may be rain in the Styrian hills. More than a little in fact. And as it peppers the some re-propositioned stretch of tarmac once called the Öesterreichring, one realises that it really doesn’t matter how long Formula One has been away. All that matters is that it’s here. It is not just noise. It’s … Continue reading “F1: And So, It Begins Again”
"Analysis: Did Mercedes Pit Strategy Cost Hamilton Austrian Grand Prix?"
Nikolay Martsenko and Riccardo Agostini will make their respective GP3 Series débuts with Hilmer Motorsport at the Red Bull Ring this weekend.
Much has been made over the last few days about the titanic crash between Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez on the last lap of Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix. Both drivers took to social media to blame the other, but according to the stewards Perez was deemed the guilty party and handed a grid penalty for the next race in Austria. With the dust now beginning to settle, Williams must face the additional question – should Massa have been that position at all?
FIA European F3 Championship rookies Max Verstappen and Antonio Fuoco headed the opening practice sessions at Silverstone this morning.
Organisers of the Auto GP World Series finally unveiled a partial calendar for the 2014 season this week.
“Meanwhile, at the Weekend: Sorensen scores FR3.5 double”
The much under fire Formula 3 Euroseries has received two significant boosts of late. Following a season that saw an average of twelve runners at each event, the series announced today a confirmed entry list of fifteen cars, potentially rising to seventeen by the season start.
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