May 11-13, Spain’s Montmeló circuit will be witness to a first in the history of Ocean Racing Technology.
Kevin Ceccon will be joining Carmen Jorda and Robert Cregan to form the official driver line-up for Ocean Racing Technology in the GP3 Series.
At the tender age of 18, the Italian driver already has solid experience in auto racing, but like his new team he will have to learn the GP3 Series. Kevin Ceccon is the reigning AutoGP champion. In 2011, he added several races in the GP2 Series to his CV, and also took part in Scuderia Toro Rosso’s F1 tests in Abu Dhabi.
The 2012 has just started, but Ombra is yet working hard for the season that will in begin a few weeks.
In addition to the first test for AutoGP, confirmed as defending Champions, the beginning of the competitions will reserve a big news for the team from Bergamo: after more than 18 years of career, in 2012 will mark the debut of Ombra in covered wheels competitions.
Trident Racing successfully completed its roster for the 2012 GP2 Series.
The Italian squad, owned by Maurizio Salvadori, will be relying on the services of Colombian Julian Leal. He will join Stéphane Richelmi in a pair which is well-known by the team from both a professional and human point of view.
It’s been a really particular experience – Cerqui.
Alberto Cerqui, winner of the 2011 Rookie title as well as the Italian Superstars Championship, lined-up for a full day of testing aboard an AutoGP racecar, a prize ride which was offered to him by Superstars Series as a part of the “Rookie of the year 2012” competition.
18 drivers are on track today in Magione for the first day of the Auto GP promotional test.
It’s a really varied line-up for both what concerns experience and nationality, given that the Italian tarmac hosted drivers from seven different countries, with three Champions among them. Campos Racing went on track with the Italian Superstars Champion Alberto Cerqui and Facundo Regalia, F3 racer from Argentina.
Johnny Herbert looks forward to face new, young talents as Superstars launch “Rookie of the year” title
Superstars to race in Indonesia at Sentul Jakarta on 11th November 2012
Superstars is offering a new, unique opportunity to young drivers with the launch of the brand-new Rookie of the year title. The winning driver will be offered a fully-funded ride in the European season of the 2013 AutoGP championship.
After a 2011 season crowned with success with Romain Grosjean’s title
DAMS team will race in the non-championship GP2 final in Abu Dhabi on 12-13 November with two new drivers. The French team has decided to put its trust in Rio Haryanto and Nigel Melker, a couple of young chargers from GP3 for these two races whose only stakes are glory and preparation for the 2012 season.
Auto GP keeps broadening its horizons
The Series, that just closed his season, added another important partnership to his roster signing an agreement with Superstars International Series, a deal that following the philosophy always embraced by Enzo Coloni and Maurizio Flammini aims to promote the best young talents in motorsport.
Two days of test in Jerez
The quick break followed to the last round of the 2011 GP2 Series season is already over. Next week, Trident Racing will be back on-track at the Spanish Jerez De La Frontera race course, for the first collective test of the offseason. Teams and drivers will be on-track on Wednesday and Thursday.
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