2014 Race Of Champions
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Andrea Caldarelli has counted himself out of the running to race for Caterham in the near future.
As the cockpit reshuffling continues in the wake of Kamui Kobayashi’s missed race at Spa, it is known that the team’s new leadership wants Roberto Merhi to drive the car under Singapore’s lights this weekend.
Winner at Monaco, Norman Nato (DAMS) did it again at the Hungaroring.
Sunday, the French driver put in a perfect start to get the better of pole man Roberto Merhi (Zeta Corse) and went on to take his second victory in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series. Red Bull Junior Team driver, Pierre Gasly (Arden Motorsport) completed the podium.
A Brand New Show on a Weekend You Know!
March 13, 14 & 15, 2015 at Toronto’s International Centre. CSC Racing Products Inc. was officially the first company to secure a booth for the inaugural Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo. The show takes place March 13, 14 & 15, 2015 at Toronto’s International Centre.
Unique £22M facility on track to begin production for three global automotive vehicle manufacturers in 2015.
Projected order book of £75M the result of a new business strategy to refocus Cosworth on the automotive industry. Cosworth, the world-renowned performance engineering and manufacturing group, has confirmed that its flagship Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) is on target for completion in January 2015.
Renault Sport R.S. 01 photo gallery
Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit welcomes the BRDC Formula 4 Championship for the second time in 2014 this coming weekend, 30th/31st August, where the newly rebranded SWR Caterham F1 Driver Development Programme Team is eyeing career-best results for Jordan Albert and Diego Borrelli.
With two victories in the last three races he is now the main rival of Carlos Sainz
Back in single-seaters after two years in the DTM, Roberto Merhi heads to the summer break in second place in the general classification, as well as top rookie. With a podium result in the first race of the season, the Zeta Corse driver is now the man to beat in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
In the genes of the brand since 1898, motor racing has been one of the fundamental elements of Renault’s strategy.
The World Series by Renault has been one of the best examples: hosting between 400,000 – 500,000 spectators per year and benefiting from vast media exposure, the World Series by Renault is one of the most important motor racing events and remains loyal to its motto ”Fast, Free and Fun”.