Talkanitsa father-son duo share poles in GTSprint
A sensational duo in the 2013 Superstars International Series
Mercedes returns for their second Superstars season with two manufacturer-backed Mercedes C63 AMG racecars. Team Mercedes-AMG Romeo Ferraris will be fielding a sensational duo in the 2013 Superstars International Series. The manufacturer-backed squad is set to line-up F.1 star Tonio Liuzzi and former SUPERSTARS champion Thomas Biagi aboard two highly-competitive Mercedes C63 AMG racecars.
Former F1 racer ends up 2012 season as a runner-up in the v8 touring car series with a works-supported Mercedes C63 AMG
Just one month after the end of the 2012 season, Superstars International Series star driver Tonio Liuzzi assessed the results of his maiden run in the series, after having been one of the main characters in the chase for the title.
The Superstars Pergusa roster welcomes a new addition to an already exciting competition
The Superstars International Series is ready to rev it up again this weekend at Pergusa for the final round of the season and a great new addition has made it to the roster. At the Sicilian venue, Solaris Motorsport will field two Chevrolet Lumina racers – the team’s second American-powered car will be featuring experienced Simone Iacone behind the wheel. Born and raised in Pescara, Iacone will join Francesco Sini, who drove the Lumina to positive results this season, including an outstanding win at Mugello and a podium finish behind Tonio Liuzzi and Max Pigoli at Monza.
The italian ace is ready to excite his home fans at Vallelunga in an highly-anticipated Superstars debut
The countdown for the upcoming Superstars round at Vallelunga is about to be over as there are just three days to go before the action starts. While Teams and Drivers prepare to be back on-track, the series is ready welcome a brand-new star: Giancarlo Fisichella.
The team BMW dinamic driver prepares for closing stint of 2012 as he holds third place in standings
Thomas Biagi is getting ready for the final stint of the 2012 season and to do so he’s drawing a balance for the SSuperstars International Series Race of Spa-Francorchamps. After having ended up onto the podium twice (a second and a third-place finish for him in Hungary) the Team BMW Dinamic driver suffered from some troubles in Belgium starting from the weather woes that were a major concern for everybody on-track.
Morbidelli (Audi) scores 1-2 wins, Liuzzi (Mercedes) and Salo (Maserati) provide more excitement to the FG Group series
Gianni Morbidelli, Tonio Liuzzi and Mika Salo were the great golden trio of the Superstars International Series Race of Spa-Francorchamps. On a circuit that meant so much for the history of Formula One, three of the series’ major stars battled with each other in a spectacular challenge that brought four car brands, Audi, BMW, Maserati and Mercedes to write their name into the top-5.
“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.
Four car brands (Mercedes, BMW, Audi & Chevrolet) stand in the series’ top-5 as Tonio Liuzzi clinches the championship lead
After having reached its half point for 2012, Superstars can draw a really positive balance in terms of on-track competition. The series has experienced a sensational run in the first part of the championship, featuring an unprecedented performance balancing between the cars and drivers taking part in it. Seven drivers scored victories so far, representing five different car brands, while six manufacturers ended up on the podium so far.
Hungarian ace looks forward to positive Superstars debut at home, Liuzzi aims at more podium finishes
Less than three weeks are left before the fifth round of the 2012 Superstars International Series at the Hungaroring. The championship’s trip to Hungary is already providing some interesting highlights in sporting terms (five different winning drivers and four winning manufacturers in the first four rounds) and thanks to brand-new addition: a big crowd is expected in Budapest thanks to the many great names on the roster and to the SUPERSTARS debut of local ace Norbert Michelisz.
26-car line-up to feature stars like Liuzzi, Fittipaldi, Mikola, Biagi, Borbidelli
Everything is set for the second round of a so far exciting 2012 Superstars International Series, as the FG GROUP-promoted championship is lining-up at Autodromo “Enzo and Dino Ferrari” in Imola on April 21st and 22nd. In addition to the sensational start at Monza, Superstars will have something more to celebrate by hitting its 100th race since its foundation back in 2004.
The former F1 racer logged 50 laps on his Mercedes C63 AMG to prepare for Imola
After having enjoyed a successful and rewarding weekend at Monza, Tonio Liuzzi was back on-track at Magione. On Thursday, April the 12th, the former F1 racer logged about 50 laps in a private test held by CAAL Racing, the works-supported team of Mercedes AMG Italia.
Jos Verstappen has tipped F1 to race on unhindered when a list of midfield drivers does not return in 2012.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted he will probably sit out the inaugural Indian grand prix later this month.
We reported last week that, even though Tonio Liuzzi’s manager had insisted the Italian has a firm contract for every race in 2011, HRT had yet to officially confirm who will make way for Indian Narain Karthikeyan.
Daniel Ricciardo has said it is “unlikely” he is already being lined up for a race seat at F1 pacesetter Red Bull Racing.
Undoubtedly the energy drink company’s youngster of the moment, the 22-year-old Australian has been placed with Red Bull backing at HRT and linked strongly with a move next year to the secondary team Toro Rosso.
Q&A with Daniel Ricciardo
The midpoint of the 2011 Formula 1 season is upon us. It is, therefore, a good time to take a breather and evaluate the 11 Grands Prix which have taken place up to now. Even though Daniel Ricciardo has only raced in the last three, his arrival at the team was surrounded by excitement.
The Red Bull-backed rookie is making his grand prix debut this weekend
Daniel Ricciardo joked to a Spanish reporter that he did more interviews on Thursday than in his entire life until that point. The Red Bull-backed rookie is making his grand prix debut this weekend, causing some commentators to hurriedly wonder why Australian media generally pronounce his surname ‘Rickardo’.
After a difficult 2010 debut, the British team has fallen even further off the pace
Heikki Kovalainen has told Virgin to abandon its policy of developing formula one cars with only computer-simulation technology. After a difficult 2010 debut, the British team has fallen even further off the pace this season and in China was almost matched by the struggling HRT.
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