Mika Salo has added his voice to concerns about the 2015 debut of teenager Max Verstappen.
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Jacques Villeneuve has slammed Max Verstappen’s 2015 debut as “the worst thing ever for formula one”.
1997 world champion Villeneuve, who raced in F1 against Dutch youngster Verstappen’s father Jos, thinks Red Bull’s decision to promote a 16-year-old who hasn’t “paid his dues” will render the value of a race seat at the pinnacle of motor sport “meaningless”.
“It’s a very frustrating end to the weekend after we fought so hard” – Jacques Villeneuve
Jacques Villeneuve will be unable to race at the biggest event on the World RX schedule
The Canadian will take the seat of America’s Mitchell DeJong who was unable to compete following a listeria infection.
“I am delighted to welcome St-Hubert aboard as a supporter for arguably the biggest event on the calendar” - Andy Scott
Analyzing The JuliaWine.com Le 50 Tours at Circuit de Trois-Rivieres
The 2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 will head to Quebec for the fourth and final time this year with the JuliaWine.com Le 50 Tours on Sunday at Circuit de Trois-Rivieres. Below is a statistical look at the performance of the series and selected drivers at the track:
GP3R – All four heats, semi-final and final run over one day instead of its normal two-day format
Friday 8 August will go down in history as the day the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy staged its first event outside of Europe as part of the annual Grand Prix Trois-Rivieres (GP3R) motorsport festival in Quebec, Canada.
Jos Verstappen thinks his son is a “hot” topic in the F1 paddock.
The Dutchman is perhaps best known for struggling in F1 with a bevy of midfield teams. But his 16-year-old son Max has made an impressive transition from karts to single seaters this year, winning no fewer than 7 races in European F3.
“I’m looking forward to Belgium and the subsequent races” – Jacques Villeneuve
Albatec Racing returns to full strength in round six of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy in Belgium this weekend (12&13 July), when both two-litre, 16v Albatec Peugeot 208s are back in action.