Daily Archive: May 10, 2008

May 10

A third pole position for Peugeot

At Le Mans Series 1000km of Spa
 
The 2008 Le Mans Series calendar carries on at the same whirlwind pace but the results continue to confirm the potential of the 908 HDi FAP and the quality of the work put in by Peugeot Total as it builds up to the year’s priority, the Le Mans 24 Hours. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Andersen Racing’s Krohn and Dempsey finish first and second

In Saturday’s F2000 race at Road Atlanta

Two Van Diemens prepared by Andersen Racing took the checkered in first and second place. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

GP2 Series: Istanbul race 1 report (updated²)

GP2 Series teams Istanbul race 1 report

Today’s report from GP2 Series Istanbul race 1 report Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Pantano dominates race one in Istanbul

Giorgio Pantano leads from lights to flag

Giorgio Pantano has claimed his first win of the season in style, leading all the way from start to finish despite a safety car period, storming his way to the chequered flag ahead of Romain Grosjean and Andreas Zuber. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Turkish Grand Prix qualifying report

Formula One teams Turkish Grand Prix qualifying report 

Today’s report from Formula One teams Turkish Grand Prix qualifying. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

GP2 Series: Istanbul qualifying report (updated)

Gp2 Series teams Istanbul qualifying report

Today’s report from Gp2 Series Istanbul qualifying report

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May 10

Massa completes pole hat-trick. (+grid)

Brazilian on top for third year in a row

Felipe Massa put himself in the driving seat for a third straight Turkish Grand Prix victory after claiming pole position in a hard-fought qualifying session at Istanbul Park. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Carpentier qualified last for the Sprint race (+grid)

Biffle earns pole as track record falls at Darlington

Earnhardt Jr. to start on outside of front row on Saturday. Greg Biffle scorched the repaved racing surface at Darlington Raceway on Friday to win the pole for Saturday night’s Dodge Challenger 500 Sprint Cup race.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Tony Stewart’s first Darlington win

The eighth Nationwide win in 12 races this season for Joe Gibbs Racing drivers

In a war of attrition, Tony Stewart beat Nationwide Series points leader Clint Bowyer to the finish line by .815 seconds to win the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 Friday night at Darlington Raceway. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Zytek completes three highly successful seasons in A1GP Motorsport

Engineering leader now looks forward to the future

Another chapter in Zytek Engineering’s highly successful history came to a close with the final A1GP race of the 2007/2008 season at Brands Hatch, England.

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May 10

Conquest Racing makes the field for Indy 500

Enrique Bernoldi and Jaime Camara to start in middle and outside of row 10 in their Indy 500 debut

It was a long day of waiting for the Conquest Racing team but when the gun went off signaling the end of qualifying for the 2008 Indianapolis 500, Conquest rookie drivers Enrique Bernoldi and Jaime Camara were now officially part of the 92nd running of the Indy 500 lining up 29th and 30th in the 33 car field.

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May 10

F1 reaches new video game licensing deal

 ”The jewel in Codemasters’ racing crown,”  – CEO Rod Cousens

Formula one has reached a new computer game licensing deal with the British company Codemasters, gaming websites reported on Friday. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Schu’s son called ‘Mika’ in Germany

Michael Schumacher has made another attempt at anonymity for his nine-year-old son, as Mick Schumacher

Already nicknamed ‘Quick Mick’ by the German press – embarks on a go-karting career. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

WRC: Hirvonen not worried about running order

The roads in Sardinia are notoriously narrow and in places

World Rally Championship leader Mikko Hirvonen says emerging from the first day of the forthcoming Rally d’Italia Sardegna within 15 seconds of the leader is vital if he is to challenge for victory on the sixth round of the series. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Ferrari found loophole in engine freeze?

According to whispers in the Istanbul paddock

 

Ferrari may have found a way to creep ahead in the horse power department this season despite the current ‘freeze’ on engine development. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

Renault must confirm Barcelona pace – Alonso

 ”Confirm the improvement” – Alonso

Fernando Alonso in Istanbul insisted that Renault’s objective for the Turkish grand prix is to “confirm the improvement” to the R28 as shown at the last race. Read the rest of this entry »

May 10

New Safety Car rule could be in place for Monaco

A proposal to change the safety car rules

It could be in place in time for the Monaco grand prix in two weeks. Read the rest of this entry »


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