Tag Archive: Campos Racing
ART Grand Prix’s Charles Leclerc ends on top at the Red Bull Ring GP3 test
ART Grand Prix’s and Scuderia Ferrari Team Development driver Charles Leclerc clocked the best laptime again on day two of GP3 testing at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. His time of 1:19.437 was 0.012s quicker than Trident’s Antonio Fuoco which was set in the morning session. Campos Racing’s Steijn Schothorst posted the fastest time in the afternoon in a 1:20.671, a mere 0.037s ahead of Arden International’s Jack Aitken.
ART Grand Prix’s Charles Leclerc quickest at the Red Bull Ring
ART Grand Prix’s and Scuderia Ferrari Team Development driver Charles Leclerc recorded the best laptime on day one at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria today. His time of 1:19.171 – set in the morning session – was over half a second quicker than his teammate Nyck de Vries in second. Trident and Ferrari Driver Academy’s Antonio Fuoco posted the fastest laptime in the afternoon session, just ahead of Leclerc.
PREMA Racing claim top spot on debut
Pierre Gasly emerged on top in a dramatic qualifying session this afternoon at the Circuit de Catalunya, grabbing his fourth GP2 pole (and third in a row) and the first for PREMA Racing on their series debut in the closing minutes to deny Norman Nato and Alex Lynn as the clock ticked down to zero.
Frenchman leads the way in Barcelona
Pierre Gasly claimed first blood in today’s free practice session in sunny Barcelona, leading the timesheets throughout most of the 45 minute session to take the honours in the first live session of the 2016 GP2 Series season ahead of Alex Lynn and Artem Markelov.
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
Trident’s Antonio Fuoco sets the pace on final day of pre-season test
Italian tops both morning and afternoon pre-season test
Trident and Ferrari Driver Academy’s Antonio Fuoco was quickest in both sessions on the second day of pre-season testing at Circuito Estoril in Portugal. The Italian driver’s best lap time of 1:27.991 set in the morning was two tenths quicker than ART Grand Prix’s Alexander Albon. Fuoco again headed the timesheet in the afternoon, this time just 0.062s clear of Arden International’s Jack Aitken.
ART Grand Prix rookie leads the way in pre-season testing
The 2016 season officially got underway today with day one of pre-season testing at the Circuito Estoril in Portugal. Three days of testing will take place here this week following the successful shakedown of the new GP3/16 car earlier this month.
Third generation car shows strong reliability in Magny-Cours
It was another fruitful day for the shakedown of the third generation car at Magny-Cours in France. The GP3/16 was once again run on track with all seven teams using just one car only. The purpose of this was for the squads to learn how to operate the brand new machine and to test its reliability.