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Paul joined the company in January 2011 as Head of High Performance Vehicles
Williams is pleased to announce that Paul Newsome has been promoted to the position of Chief Technical Officer for Williams Advanced Engineering; the division of Williams that adapts F1 based technologies for a range of commercial applications.
Christian Klien backs the SWR-promoted series as a breeding ground for young racing prospects
The Austrian driver, who scored an incredible debut win last season at the Hungaroring, has been favourably impressed by the championship’s competitive level. A former F1 driver of 58 Formula 1 starts with Jaguar, Red Bull, Honda and HRT, Klien considers SUPERSTARS one of the best proving grounds for young drivers.
Pedro de la Rosa on Monday said the fact Fernando Alonso “wants” to work with him at Ferrari has made him “very proud”.
The fact test driver de la Rosa has joined his countryman and former McLaren colleague at the Italian team for 2013 was interpreted by some as a further sign of the increasing influence wielded by Spaniard Alonso at Ferrari.
In addition to regular drive Max Pigoli, the Jaguar-powered team welcomed a talented roster including brit tom onslow-cole, italians Andrea Boffo and Ezio Muccio
Superstarsworld: Ferlito Motors eager to get back on-track for more success in 2013
Ferlito Motors experienced a largely positive 2012 season. The team, managed by Vincenzo Ferlito, gave proof of strength throughout the year as they fielded two Jaguar XFR racecars powered by a SUPERSTARS-style 5.0-litre V8 engine developing more than 550 horsepower.
Max Pigoli looks forward to next Superstars Series round to bring the Ferlito Motors Jaguar XFR back on the podium
“I hope to be back really quick and be on-shape for the next round at Spa-Francorchamps” – Max Pigoli
At his sixth season in the FG GROUP-promoted championship, Max Pigoli is still one of the most popular names in Superstars, also thanks to his rich resume which also includes one Italian title scored in the top V8-powered competition aboard a Jaguar in 2006.
Christian Horner has emphatically denied suggestions he might be the next Bernie Ecclestone.
Already very close to the sport’s 81-year-old ‘supremo’ Ecclestone – who is at the middle of a potentially-damaging corruption affair – the name ‘Horner’ is often mentioned in the paddock as perhaps Ecclestone’s preferred successor.