Auto GP announces its 2016 calendar
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The Austrian racing team plans to continue running in the Renault Sport Trophy as well as in the AutoGP Series next year
Although the parking lot in front of Zele Racing’s workshop is covered in snow, preparations for the 2016 racing season are in full gear at the Austrian outfit. The Alpine nation’s second highest ranking racing team wants to keep on running two programmes next year.
Torino Squadra Corse is the first team to have joined the new Auto GP championship that will organize in Italy in 2016.
The formation of Druento, near Turin, has chosen to compete with the powerful single-seater derived Lola, driven by Gibson Technology 550 horsepower engine in the series organized by the staff directed by Enzo Coloni.
Enzo Coloni has a fleet of about twenty cars that can compete on Italian circuits at reasonable cost
Archived the 2015 edition of the championship, the staff of the Auto GP is already thinking about the 2016 season, when he decided to launch its new national series, considering that in Italy there is nothing like it in terms of similar high performance cars.
Force India driver says he’s been unfazed by the extra attention since winning Le Mans at his first attempt
Nico Hulkenberg says he’s fighting for his opportunity to shine in Formula 1 and feels his Le Mans 24 Hours victory makes his CV sparkle. Nico Hulkenberg says he’s fighting for his opportunity to shine in Formula 1 and feels his Le Mans 24 Hours victory has made his racing CV sparkle.
The Argentinian driver ready to compete in the European Formula 3 Series, one of the most prestigious championships
Facu Regalia approaches his second consecutive race weekend. After his double podium finish in the Auto GP Series at Silverstone, Argentina´s driver will take part in FIA F.· European Championship´s Round 4 to be held at Italy´s hallowed “Temple of Speed”, the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza.
For the first Auto GP Event Pizzonia (Zele) conquered the pole position at the Hungaroring.
The 34 yr old Brazilian was the quickest during Q2 with a pole time of 1’33”375. The ex Bmw – Williams F1 driver’s time was nearly half a second ahead of Facundo Regalia in P2, after the argentinian from FMS Racing had beaten the Brazilian in Q1.
Free Practice 1: Regalia (FMS) takes top spot ahead of Cecotto (Virtuosi) and Pizzonia (Zele)
Facu Regalia, the Argentinian proved to be the quickest again during Auto GP Free Practice 2 at the Hungaroring. Series returnee Facu Regalia, 23 yrs old from Argentina, was the quickest on track during the first Auto GP Free Practice session at the Hungaroring – The South american (FMS Racing) stopped the clock at 1’36”121 getting ahead of second placed driver Johnny Cecotto jr.