Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Eric Vergne pulled the covers off the STR7 today – Scuderia Toro Rosso’s runner for the upcoming F1 season.
Red Bull today launched the car they believe may give them a third consecutive Formula 1 world championship.
It is highly unlikely that many were more shocked than Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari yesterday afternoon following the driver announcement at the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula 1 squad for 2012.
Feature Race Daniel Ricciardo took his second Formula Renault 3.5 victory on the streets of Monte Carlo. The Australian held Robert Wickens at bay for all thirty laps, although the Canadian’s challenge was twice hit by safety car periods. A distant Brendon Hartley completed the podium. A poor start by Hartley gave Wickens an easy … Continue reading Looking Back: 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Rnd of Monaco (Rd 4, TV Notes)
Race One (May 14th) Kevin Korjus took his second Formula Renault 3.5 victory of the season in the opening race at Monza in May. The Estonian held off Carlin’s Jean-Eric Vergne to the flag, although Korjus spent much of the event under pressure from the other Carlin-racer, Robert Wickens. Daniil Move completed the podium with … Continue reading Looking Back: 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Rnd of Monza (Rd 3, TV Notes)
Robert Wickens and Jean-Eric Vergne made it an all-Carlin celebration at Spa-Francorchamps in the second round of the 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
The 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 got off to a stellar start at Motorsport Aragon, when débutantes Alexander Rossi and Kevin Korjus claimed early victories.
McLaren got the penultimate Grand Prix of the season off to a perfect start by topping the opening pair of sessions in Abu Dhabi. Jenson Button claimed the morning honours ahead of Mark Webber (Red Bull), while Lewis Hamilton crept to the top of the afternoon standings.
Michael Schumacher topped a sodden first practice session in Korea on Friday.
Amidst all the noise regarding the reinstated Bahrain Grand Prix, Robert Wickens was announced Virgin Racing's news reserve driver.
This weekend sees the beginning of the 2011 British Formula 3 Series and where better than the historic motor racing temple that is Monza.
It is good to know that at a time when industries are still facing difficulty, there are still those that are strong enough to get behind a series like British Formula 3.
Edoardo Mortara wrapped up a perfect Macau weekend with victory in the Sunday morning feature race.
Edoardo Mortara cruised to an easy victory at Macau in this morning Formula 3 qualifying race.
There are times when the attention of the media and Formula 1 team bosses wander, as their eyes capture a precocious new talent coming into focus. These moments, when a new young hero makes themselves known to the paddock is often the same time an ageing animal begins to fall from view. It is the sport changing its guard.
For the second consecutive day, Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo topped the young driver test at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
Recently British motoring magazine, Autocar, visited the Pembrey circuit in Wales test Jean-Eric Vergne’s recent British Formula 3 Championship winner against Nissan’s revised GT-R.
With the competitive action summed up for 2010, tomorrow sees the Formula 1 world change focus, as the first post-season tests take place at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit.
The British Formula 3 series had the honour of being the first to race on the new Silverstone Grand Prix layout and it was 20-year-old James Calado that made the best of it.
New Rules for 2010 Onwards This year sees the début of a partially rearranged British Formula 3 Championship. The series, sponsored by Copper Tyres, will be running three races instead of two - something that will give drivers more seat time during competition. The second race will start with a partially reversed grid (the winner … Continue reading 2010 British Formula 3 Race of Oulton Park (Round 1)