Gianmarco Raimondo got his first taste of Auto GP machinery this year when he tested with Norfolk-based team Super Nova.
Markus Pommer has singed on with Super Nova for an attempt at Auto GP honours at Marrakech this weekend.
Leading Auto GP World Series squad Super Nova has announced a partnership with Bedford-based Cranfield University.
Nine teams have signed up to compete in this season’s Auto GP World Series, with an additional pair weighing up entry.
Italian racer Michela Cerruti has signed on for a full-season Auto GP World Series campaign with Super Nova.
Sergio Campana claimed a dominant victory in the first Auto GP race of the season for new team Ibiza Racing.
Former GP3 racer Adrian Quaife-Hobbs leads the 2012 Auto GP World Series after three of the seven round series.
Drivers weren’t the only competitors signing on to the GP2 Series in recent weeks, as Italian team “Venezuela GP Lazarus” have also thrown their hat into the ring for the next two seasons.
MGP2 at Monaco in 2011 will be remembered for Davide Valsecchi and Charles Pic taking the honour, but others will remember it as the weekend Romain Grosjean's championship push really came together.
Charles Pic and Fabio Leimer made the most of the conditions at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya to claim the honours in the second GP2 round of the 2011 season.
Fresh from his GP2 Asia Series success last month, former Renault Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean topped yesterday's testing at Silverstone.
Although Romain Grosjean sealed his second GP2 Asia Series crown in Imola on Sunday afternoon, it was Racing Engineering's Dani Clos that took the Sprint Race in style.
Not content with topping the timing sheets on Wednesday, Swiss driver Fabio Leimer registered the fastest laps at today’s GP2 test as well. Running with Rapax squad, Leimer had a trouble free day, completing 38 laps over the course of the session. He topped Josef Král in his Arden machine in the morning (by 0.026 … Continue reading GP2 Winter Test (Yas Marina, November 27th)
Josef Král returns to his Super Nova seat this weekend following his recovery from a dreadful mid-season accident at Valencia in June.
Following a run during Friday morning practice at Sepang earlier on this year, Fairuz Fauzy will be taking to the seat of a Lotus at Silverstone during the first session this weekend, replacing Jarno Trulli. The relaunched team have also promised Fauzy three further sessions later on during the year at Hungary, Singapore and Abu … Continue reading Fauzy Rides Again