Ferrari Driver Academy member Lance Stroll leads the Toyota Racing Series following the opening two rounds at Ruapuna Park and Teretonga. Toby Sowery claimed the MRF Challenge F2000 Championship in some style this weekend, by taking two wins and a podium to finish well ahead of series runner-up Ryan Cullen.
There was something of an ominous tweet on the official Florida Winter Series page recently that appeared to slip most people by. Although the website, which had been closed since this year’s Florida Winter Series concluded, reopened a few weeks ago, it now appears that the series may already be no more.
The Toyota Racing Series revealed its calendar for the 2015 season this week. Maintaining a schedule of five rounds, the series will enjoy three events on the northern island and two in the south, with the series once again concluding with the New Zealand Grand Prix at Manfeild Autocourse.
Nissan GT Academy winner Jann Mardenborough is to move to the GP3 Series this season with Arden International, as he sets his sights on Formula One.
Italian racer Michela Cerruti has signed on for a full-season Auto GP World Series campaign with Super Nova.
Invitational entrants from the ATS Formel 3 Cup are to be denied entrance for the remaining British F3 rounds should they be running the German series’ boosted Volkswagen engines.
After a tough introduction in 2012, Germany’s Sven Müller has settled for a second season in the FIA European F3 Championship.
Nick Yelloly, Josh Webster and Dino Zamparelli brought the number of British racers in the GP3 Series to four when they signed on this week.
Meanwhile at the Weekend: Ogier wins in Sweden; Cassidy claims TRS title.
Nick Cassidy took his first TRS win of the season at Hampton Downs to extend his points lead over Lucas Auer, but it was guest driver Mitch Evans who stole the weekend headlines.
Nick Cassidy rose to the top of the TRS championship after the weekend’s third round at Taupo; however it was Alex Lynn who claimed both of the weekend’s pole position’s and feature races wins, while Bruno Bonifacio took the Sunday morning sprint event.
“Meanwhile, at the weekend: Loeb wins again, Auer takes lead in New Zealand”
Felix Serralles heads the Toyota Racing Series after the opening round at Teretonga Park Raceway. The Puerto Rican leaves the Invercargill circuit with a five point lead over Austrian racer Lucas Auer.
While most championships are in the process of closing for this year, the New Zealand-based Toyota Racing Series is busy revving up for its ninth season next month.
In person, Raffaele Marciello – last weekend’s victor of the 73rd Grand Prix de Pau – doesn’t quite come across as the most outwardly confident person that has crossed my path.
Nick Cassidy became the latest winner of the Toyota Racing Series yesterday.
Force India reserve Jules Bianchi is to join Formula Renault 3.5 squad Tech 1 Racing for the upcoming campaign.
In the last few days, two more drivers - Marlon Stockinger and Dmitry Suranovich - have confirmed their places on the grid for the upcoming GP3 season.
It may only be the middle of October, but winter testing has already got under way for the GP3 Series at the Estoril circuit in Portugal. A number of drivers from GP3's inaugural year are returning, but many new faces will also be making an appearance. The likes of James Calado, Lewis Williamson, Oli Webb … Continue reading GP3 Winter Test (Estoril, October 13th-15th)
Race One Following a wonderful opening round at Teretonga Park, 15 year-old Mitch Evans once again set a stunning pace at the head of the eleven car field at New Zealand's Timaru International Raceway. So fast was Evans' run in the opening 12 lap salvo, that the fastest lap was broken five times during the … Continue reading 2010 Toyota Racing Series (Round 2, Timaru Raceway, January 23rd-24th)