Tag Archive: GP2 Series, GP3 Series
Frenchman leads the way in Hockenheim
Pierre Gasly has carried over his recent form by topping the timesheets in this morning’s Free Practice session at the Hockenheimring, setting the pace in a tight session which saw the top five drivers split by just two tenths ahead of Artem Markelov and Alex Lynn.
The last round of the 2016 GP2 Series was a mixed weekend for the Racing Engineering team
Saturday’s Sprint Race saw Norman Nato and Jordan King finish 7th and 8th but, with Norman qualifying 5th, the young Frenchman was hoping to finish on the podium but sadly an electrical problem that afflicted him during the race which caused an engine misfire and prevented his DRS from working meant that he lost positions rather than gain any.
The Prema team will continue in their July tour-de-force this weekend at Zandvoort
After entering two GP2 Series races in two weeks at Red Bull Ring (July 3rd) and Silverstone (July 10th), the squad led by Angelo Rosin will line-up for the FIA F.3 European Championship round at the Dutch seaside venue, located near the North Sea shores in an outstanding frame.
Presentation of the fourth round of the season
The Baku City Circuit delivered more than expected: the new venue saw rookie Antonio Giovinazzi not only grab pole position, but also triumph in both eventful races and pocket his first GP2 points in the process. With this remarkable achievement, the Italian ace currently lies in third in the drivers’ standings.
Trident goes back on-track in Austria
After a really short break that followed the previous round of the series at Baku, the GP2 Series is about to return on-track for the fourth round of the season. The championship will line-up at the historical, yet highly renovated “Red Bull Ring” circuit in Zeltweg, Austria. Trident drivers Philo Armand and Luca Ghiotto are eager to turn their engines back on and make their way to the start of the weekend.
Giovinazzi and Malja receive time penalties
Following today’s feature race at Monte Carlo, it was found that PREMA Racing’s Antonio Giovinazzi had left the track at Turn 10 and gained an advantage during the event. Therefore, the Italian was handed a 5 second time penalty which has been added to his elapsed race time.
Mathias Lauda worked his way up to a DTM cockpit at top speed
Only in 2002, at the age of 20, the son of three-time Formula One World Champion Niki Lauda made his first steps in the car-racing world. Four years later, following successes in the Formula Nissan, Formula 3000 and the GP2 Series, he advanced to DTM.
The coming weekend will be an extremely exciting one for Prema Powerteam
The Italian squad will line-up for their maiden appearance in the GP2 Series at Circuit de Catalunya, and will also field their four Mercedes-Powered Dallara racecars at the Pau streetcourse to defend their lead in the FIA F.3 European Championship.
The fairly seasoned driver has made an agreement to drive a Carlin-entered car at his home event in Barcelona
The GP2 Series kicks off the 2016 season at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in the frame of the Spanish F.1 Grand Prix. Sergio Canamasas and Carlin have reached an agreement by which Spain´s racer will drive one of their Dallaras GP2/11 at GP2 season opener in Barcelona.