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This season, Kobayashi will divide his time between FIA WEC’s LMP1 grid with Toyota and Super Formula with KCMG
KC Motorgroup Ltd. (KCMG) is pleased to announce that Kamui Kobayashi will represent the Hong Kong-based squad in their 2017 Super Formula campaign, following the official announcement made during Toyota Gazoo Racing’s highly anticipated motorsport pre-season event held in Mega Web, Tokyo this morning.
Reigning champions, Mark Webber, Timo Bernhard and Brendon Hartley completed the podium in third position
The No.6 Toyota Gazoo Racing trio of Kamui Kobayashi, Stephane Sarrazin and Mike Conway won a highly memorable 6 Hours of Fuji this afternoon after a gripping contest throughout the entire duration of the race.
The #6 car will be piloted by MB Partners’ client Mike Conway together with Kamui Kobayashi and Stéphane Sarrazin
Mike Conway and the Toyota Gazoo Racing are prepared and positive ahead of contesting the 84th running of the Le Mans 24 hours, one of the world’s most prestigious motorsports events and the centrepiece of the 2016 World Endurance Championship season.
Conway will share the No6 car with team mates Stephane Sarrazin and Kamui Kobayashi
Following a successful start to his WEC season at Silverstone, MB Partners’ client Mike Conway heads to Belgium this weekend with the Toyota Gazoo Racing team, for the second round of the 2016 World Endurance Championship at Spa-Francorchamps.
Brendon Hartley claimed the best time with a 1m37.445s
This year’s United States Grand Prix in Austin marks an outstanding milestone for the Sauber F1 Team: 400 GPs, 808 points in 23 years of Formula One. Many former and current Formula One drivers have joined and left the team, but more importantly, they are all part of the Sauber F1 Team’s history.
Will Stevens completes Caterham F1 team driver line-up
Roberto Merhi is in Abu Dhabi where he hopes to complete Caterham’s Abu Dhabi lineup this weekend.
That is the news of the Spanish publication El Confidencial, following reports elsewhere that the 23-year-old rookie’s management claims it has an existing deal in place to race for the struggling Leafield based team.
Caterham’s administrators have reappointed Kamui Kobayashi to contest the 2014 finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend.
The beleaguered backmarker team missed Austin and Brazil amid its high-profile fight for survival, but a controversial crowdfunding scheme means the green cars will be back for the last race of the season.
Like his 2014 teammate Marcus Ericsson, Kamui Kobayashi has travelled to Austin without a formula one car to drive.
But unlike the Swedish rookie Ericsson, who reportedly carries up to $20 million in personal backing, Japanese Kobayashi looks less likely to secure a race seat elsewhere for 2015, following the collapse of the Caterham team.