Arden International GP2 Series driver announcement
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Eriksson joins Kirchhofer and Ghiotto in GP2 this season
DAMS rookie fastest on second day in Barcelona
DAMS and Renault Sport Academy’s Kevin Jörg was quickest overall on the second and final day of pre-season testing today at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain. The Swiss set his time in the afternoon session and finished one tenth ahead of his teammate Jake Hughes. ART Grand Prix’s and Ferrari Driver Academy’s Charles Leclerc posted the quickest time in a very wet morning session.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya hosts final pre-season test ahead of 2016 season
Campos Racing is ready to kick off final preseason test in GP3 Series, which is held at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on 20-21 April. The home of the Spanish F.1 Grand Prix will host the curtain-raiser event next May and therefore this test will be of vital importance.
Koiranen GP driver on top in GP3 pre-season test in Spain
Koiranen GP’s Matthew Parry posted the quickest time this morning on a wet track at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia on the second day of pre-season testing. The Brit’s best lap was 0.064’s faster than ART Grand Prix’s Nirei Fukuzumi. Ferrari Driver Academy and fellow ART GP debutant Charles Leclerc clocked the fastest time in the afternoon session.
Trident driver leads the way at second GP3 pre-season test in Spain
Trident’s Artur Janosz recorded the best time on day one of pre-season testing in Valencia with a 1:21.755 which was set in the morning session. Koiranen GP’s Matthew Parry topped the afternoon times in a 1:21.932 at Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Circuit Ricardo Tormo hosts two day test this week
The course is specially oriented to students seeking valuable knowledge to join a racing team
Campos Racing, founded by former Formula 1 driver Adrián Campos, is pleased to announce registration for Motorsport Specialist Technician Advanced University Course, in collaboration with King Juan Carlos University and the CEDEU (Centro de Estudios Universitarios) what comprises 880 teaching hours, is now open.
Racing Engineering ace quickest in final day at Jerez de la Frontera
Frenchman Norman Nato concluded this week’s second pre-season testing at the top of the timesheets: he lapped the Spanish track in a 1:24.518 ahead of Arthur Pic and Nobuharu Matsushita. Rapax driver Pic was quickest in the afternoon session.
Racing Engineering driver quickest in morning session at Jerez de la Frontera