I did not know Jules Bianchi. In acknowledging that, it is the case that I had met him on a few occasions, but at no stage did I ever know him – there is quite a difference. Over the years, there was plenty of stumbling along as I shadowed a few steps behind the young … Continue reading “I Did Not Know Jules Bianchi”
“Meanwhile, at the Weekend: Rockenfeller wins in Russia to extend DTM lead”
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.
“Meanwhile, at the Weekend: Rockenfeller triumphs at Brands.”
“Meanwhile, at the Weekend: Farfus wins DTM opener; Cammish makes it nine Formula Ford GB wins at Thruxton”
Another win and a podium for Romain Grosjean went a very long way to sealing the title for the DAMS pilot. With two rounds remaining, the French / Swiss pilot led the field by 25 points; however his DAMS squad still lingered behind Barwa Addax in the Teams’ Championship. Stefano Coletti opened his victory account thanks to a stunning drive in the Sprint Race.
A stunning victory for Luca Filippi in his 100th GP2 event may have grabbed the headlines, but it was Romain Grosjean's Sprint Race with that proved the more decisive.
In one corner Jules Bianchi secured a stunning victory at a wet Silverstone, while a dry Sprint Race helped Romain Grosjean to success, but as the title battle hots up, who has the long term advantage.
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.
iSport International's Marcus Ericsson topped the second and final day of GP2 testing at the Silverstone Arena circuit yesterday.
Fresh from his GP2 Asia Series success last month, former Renault Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean topped yesterday's testing at Silverstone.
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.
GP2 race winner Christian Vietoris will be leaving hospital tomorrow following an operation to have his appendix removed yesterday.
When Christian Vietoris stormed to victory in only his second GP2 Asia race at Abu Dhabi last November, cautious attention flowed the way of the then 20-year-old German driver. Questions as to whether the young man could bring his natural speed to the tougher main series were inevitably raised, but while the ability has been … Continue reading Interview: Christian Vietoris (GP2 Driver, Racing Engineering)
A few weeks back, British GP2 driver Sam Bird drove an absolutely startling race in his GP2 Main Series début at Barcelona. In an exciting race that was eventually taken by young Frenchman Charles Pic, Bird drove up from the rear of the field to finish in a credible 9th position - something made even … Continue reading Sam Bird Corner
A short one here - the 2009/10 GP2 Asia series following a three month break between Rounds 1 and 2. Davide Valsecchi leads the series after the first two races in Abu Dhabi near the end of 2009 with a 10 point lead ahead of German youngster Christian Vietoris. To be honest, it is questionable … Continue reading The Return of GP2 Asia