The Auto GP Series this week cancelled its championship opener at Marrakech, citing a “difficult political situation” in Northern African region.
Organisers of the Auto GP World Series finally unveiled a partial calendar for the 2014 season this week.
Rising stars Melville McKee and Conor Daly have confirmed their seats for the upcoming GP3 Series seasons with Bamboo Engineering and ART Grand Prix respectively.
Italian Formula 3 champion, Riccardo Agostini has joined Kimiya Sato [note 1} and Andrea Roda as early season signings for the Auto GP World Series.
Next year’s European and British Formula 3 calendars appear to have been finalised following the rejigging of several events.
The FIA released a provisional calendar for the 2013 F3 European Championship on Sunday morning.
The 2012 British Formula 3 Series takes in a number of historic and famous locations as it weans its way around the UK and Europe, but few are more prestigious than the Grand Prix de Pau in the beautiful south of France.
Auto GP announced an expansion to its 2012 calendar on Friday, giving the feeder category world series status, allowing the series to be renamed the "Auto GP World Series."
Despite the ever growing calendar for junior categories, the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) have launched another series to tempt UK racing talent.
Starting in 2011, Formula 2 moves to MotorsTV, becoming one of the station's flagship Championship's, bringing with it extended extended coverage.
A theme often touched upon both by Leigh and myself in discussions around the internet is that of the junior and development series.
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
Today marks the first anniversary of the death of Henry Surtees in a Formula 2 race at Brands Hatch. The teenager was fatally injured when an errant wheel from Jack Clarke's Motorsport Vision machine hit Surtees in the head as he approached Sheene Curve. This weekend just passed saw the junior formula return to the … Continue reading Jumping the Fence
When Roland Ratzenberger hit the wall at Villeneuve corner at Imola on April 30th 1994, Formula 1 was left to face with its first competitive fatality since Ricardo Paletti at Montreal twelve years earlier.
This weekend sees the reinvigorated Formula 2 Championship begin its second season since its 2009 revamp. The series kicks off at Silverstone; the first of nine rounds that also takes in events at circuits such as Monza, Zolder, Portimao and Brands Hatch amongst others as a support to the World Touring Car Championship, although the … Continue reading The 2010 Formula 2 Championship