“The cars are really safe. I think it’s more dangerous to bike through a big city than race in an F1 car.”
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Toto Wolff, a shareholder and director of the Williams team, doubts he will continue his role of driver manager.
That is despite the Austrian’s latest charge, Valtteri Bottas, having successfully risen through the ranks to make his formula one debut in 2013. But Wolff told Switzerland’s Motorsport Aktuell that 22-year-old Finn Bottas is more an exception than the rule.
Georgia teenager won both rounds of the Petit Le Mans finale from the pole and set a new lap record
American teenager Sean Rayhall further strengthened his place as one of the most talented up-and-coming racers in the nation this past week (September 29-30) by dominating the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Championship season-finale at Road Atlanta.
King believes the new venue will become a great spot for Canadian karting.
Team PSL Karting was front and centre as Le Monaco de Trois-Rivieres began life in its new home last week as the CRG outfit threw its weight behind its famed hometown race, now kicking off the GP3R race week at Exposition Park.
Title Sponsor of ASN Canada FIA Canadian Karting Championship and Rotax Team Canada
Canadian Tire continued its tradition of supporting Canadian motorsport today announcing title sponsorship of the Canadian Tire ASN Canada FIA Canadian Karting Championship, to be held August 18 – 22, 2010, at Le Circuit, Mont Tremblant, Quebec. In addition, Canadian Tire will be a sponsor of the Canadian team entry at the Rotax World Finals taking place November 15 – 21, 2010, at Muro Leccese in Italy.
Stouffville teen looks to build on double podium in season opener
Round two of the Florida Winter Tour takes place this coming weekend at the Palm Beach International Raceway and Mike Vincec with the Pserra Racing team are fired up for another run at the podium in Rotax Senior and DD2 categories. Vincec returned from the opening round last month with a double podium in DD2 scoring second place in race one and taking the victory in race two.
Jaime is taking part to the Kart World Cup
“I had this idea, because I think it’s a good training for Formula One and for cars in general. I’m a Formula One driver, but also a kart one. I’ve always been and I’ll always be. You never lose your love for go-karting: it’s unique, with it you have feelings that you don’t get with any car. The main problem (in F1) is that you don’t have testing, so you can’t drive. The best training for F1 is driving something, so that’s why I’m here! If you can’t drive a Formula One, then you drive anything else, either a GT or a kart.”