“Rarely has a team been the victim of such bad luck as Ferrari in Bahrain”
World Superbike celebrates its 25th anniversary
World Superbike will be celebrating its 25th anniversary at the Monza Round this coming weekend, offering Italian fans a unique opportunity to be able to get up close with the bikes and riders that since 1988 have helped to create the history of the championship.
Superstars Series: Monza set to host spectacular International Superstars Series and GTSprint Series racing weekend
The Superstars Series will be back racing in just four days at the historical Monza racetrack, and both the two top championships promoted by FG GROUP will be kicking-off featuring a sensational line-up in terms of star drivers and car manufacturers.
Young Mexican Esteban Gutièrrez will again be at the wheel for the Sauber F1 Team.
The 20-year old from Monterrey, who is currently competing in the GP2 Series, will be carrying out a straight line test on Saturday, 3rd September 2011, in Vairano. The test programme on the track near Milan will be focusing on aerodynamic measurements of the Sauber C30-Ferrari.
“The Monza race will remain — it won’t be destroyed by Rome’s.”
A five-year contract for a formula one street race in the Italian capital was signed at Monza on Friday, Rome grand prix officials have announced. Ahead of Italy’s existing race near Milan, they said that Rome would also feature on the calendar in 2012 or 2013, after the agreement was signed by Bernie Ecclestone and organiser Maurizio Flammini on Friday.
Michelin did not apply to be 2011 supplier – Shorrock
Pirelli will supply four different dry tyre compounds to formula one teams in 2011, the Italian company has announced. It was confirmed by the FIA on Wednesday that Milan based Pirelli will succeed the departing Bridgestone as F1′s new supplier until 2013.
Pserra Racing has high expectations for this year with the exclusive Birel brand
“We are excited to be part of a legacy and brand that has been around for approximately 50 years, winning 29 world championship titles and often compared to the best marquis in the world such as Ferrari and Ducati,” Pserra Racing’s Peter Serravalle said of his new kart chassis line.
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