Alberta driver to contest ICAR Formula Tour F1600 event
Category Archive: F1600
The fourth weekend for the F1600 Formula F Championship Series will run July 2-5
The F1600 Formula F Championship Series heads to Mid-Ohio for a tripleheader this weekend after nine exciting races that have come down to the wire with Scott Andrews leading the point standings on five wins, with Steve Bamford and Austin Mack following in the Championship standings.
This past weekend was the Canadian Historic Grand Prix at Bowmanville, Ontario’s Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
The Canadian Historic Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious events on the Vintage and Historic Racing Calendar in North America and it is the largest and most popular event of its kind in Canada and is considered a “Major Spectator Event” at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park since 1999.
The Formula Tour 1600 featured 38 competitors from across North America
The Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix as lived from Flagworld
In the morning we were well prepared to catch super nice action shots of the start of the F1600 race, but unfortunately, faith decided otherwise since just a few meters after the cars started crossing the starting line, an accident happened at the very front of the field involving well known race Didier Schraenen and Olivier Bédard.
Scott Andrews Takes 2015 F1600 Victory Tally to Five
Exclusive Autosport enjoyed an eventful outing at Virginia International Raceway in Round 4 of the F1600 Formula F Championship this weekend, 6th-7th June, highlighted with two more wins for series leader Scott Andrews and a return to the podium for Thomas McGregor.
Michael Adams stretches Super Series points lead
Zach Robichon from Ottawa wins Race 2 of the FormulaTour 1600 at the Canadian Grand Prix
Jacques Villeneuve takes Formula Tour Master’s Honours
Jacques Villeneuve impresses with 13th starting position
The skies opened up an hour before the F1600 Super Series was to take to the track for a 30 minute qualifying session to set the grid for Saturday’s Race 1 at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Canada today.
After two practice sessions for the F1600 Formula F Championship weekend at VIR on Friday
Jordan Cane was able to put down the fastest time of the day with a time of 1:58.694. Second fastest for the day was Scott Andrews who had a time of 1:59.065, followed by was Ben Auriemma with a time of 1:59.184.
The Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix is always an extremely busy for Flagworld
The excitement builds up a week before the event, but comes Wednesday on the week of the event, the excitation reaches a peak with first recovering your media credential, which was to say the least, very confusing this year. Next, comes all sort of activities on and around the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit.