Tag Archive: Michele La Rosa

Mar 05

Michele La Rosa and MLR71 at the start of the season 2016

Michele La Rosa, 35 years, will take part in 2016 edition of the Auto GP Formula Open

Michele La Rosa - MLR71 Michele La Rosa – MLR71 The driver from Bologna will take to the track for the colors of his team MLR71. La Rosa is faithful Auto GP since 2011. In 2014 its last participation, which saw him in seventh place overall.

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May 28

Michimi to make Auto GP debut at Monza

Kuroda ready for Monza return with Euronova

euronova-racing Japan’s Shinya Michimi will make his Auto GP debut at Monza this weekend at the wheel of a Euronova Racing prepared car.

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Feb 21

Auto GP programme confirmed with La Rosa and MLR71

“I’m very pleased to announce this partnership with Euronova.” – La Rosa

Auto GP - Michele La Rosa portrait For the 2014 season Italian racer Michele La Rosa has entrusted his MLR71 Auto GP entry to Euronova Racing.

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Feb 01

Nine teams set for 2014 Auto GP

All the 2013 teams were confirmed for the new season

Auto GP logo Just a few days after announcing its 2014 schedule, Auto GP Organization is proud to reveal the list of confirmed teams for the upcoming season.

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Aug 31

Narain Karthikeyan (Super Nova International) hits fourth pole

At Donington, qualifying

Auto GP - Super Nova Intarnational - Narain KarthikeyanNarain Karthikeyan (Super Nova International) cruised to a spectacular pole at Donington in qualifying for the penultimate round of the 2013 AutoGP season. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 29

Tamas Pal Kiss to enter Auto GP race in Budapest

Auto GP will welcome a new driver in this weekend’s Budapest race.

Auto GP - Tamas Pal KissLocal driver Tamas Pal Kiss, born in Miskolic on May the 19th, 1991, will be joining the championship, managed by Enzo Coloni, behind the wheel of a MLR71-prepared car alongside Michele La Rosa.

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Feb 04

MLR71 up for bolder season in 2013

Alongside its internationally-renowned teams, the Auto GP championship has always enjoyed welcoming new players in motor racing.

Auto GP - Team MLR71 - Michele La RosaAuto GP logoOne of them, Team MLR71, is about to enter their second season: the Italian-based squad, owned by Michele La Rosa, made their Auto GP debut in 2012 with the goal of turning a personal passion into a fully professional effort. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 23

Sirotkin triumphs in Sonoma season finale

Sergey Sirotkin became the last winner of the 2012 Auto GP season in Sonoma

Auto GP - Sonoma - Euronova Racing - Sergey SirotkinAuto GP World SeriesThe Russian driver of Euronova Racing was the first to cross the line in Sunday’s Race 2 after a race that saw him as the undisputed leader. After that the early part was led by reverse poleman Antonio Spavone and saw the Safety-Car deployed to remove Sakurai’s car (the Japanese driver stalled on the grid due to a clutch issue), Sirotkin effectively took the lead from lap 5 on, when a lightning quick pit-stop from the Euronova crew and a very fast out lap allowed him to climb from P3 to the lead. From then on, the driver from Russia lapped steadily in the low 1’28” range, a pace that nobody but Quaife-Hobbs could match. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 23

Sonoma, Race 1: the drivers’ quotes

What they said after the race

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Sonoma - Pal VarhaugThe first ever Auto GP race on US soil in Sonoma saw Pål Varhaug lead the whole race to clinch a well deserved win, ahead of Daniel de Jong and Sergey Sirotkin.

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Sep 22

Varhaug takes Sonoma Race 1 win

Pål Varhaug and Virtuosi UK made history today winning the first ever Auto GP race on USA soil

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Sonoma - Pål Varhaug podiumThe Norwegian driver crossed the line with a 1”481 gap on second placed Daniel de Jong and three full seconds on 3rd placed Sergey Sirotkin after a race that was deeply influenced by an eventful start. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 22

Quaife-Hobbs claims sixth pole in Sonoma

The recently-crowned champion edged the pack by more than four tenths

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Sonoma - Adrian Quaife-HobbsAdrian Quaife-Hobbs and SuperNova Racing showed that they still are the package to beat in Auto GP claiming pole after an hard-fought Qualifying session in Sonoma. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 22

Sirotkin sets the pace in Sonoma Free Practice 2

Sirotkin keeps setting the pace in Sonoma

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Sonoma - Euronova Racing - Sergey SirotkinThe Russian youngster of Euronova topped the sheets again in Free Practice 2, closing the session ahead of Adrian Quaife-Hobbs with a 1’27”808, the quickest time of the day on the Californian track. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 21

Sirotkin tops Free Practice 1 in Sonoma

Sergey Sirotkin topped the sheets of the first Auto GP practice in Sonoma

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Sonoma - Sergey SIROTKINThe Russian driver of Euronova was in the top three for the whole session and with just a few minutes to go he posted a 1’27”882 that was enough to edge championship winner Adrian Quaife-Hobbs by one tenth. “There’s much more to come – Sergey said – I had very old tyres and the track is still dirty. In order to do that laptime I took some risks, I don’t know about the others. Anyway, I really like the track; it’s a bit bumpy but it’s thrilling with all those blind corners”. Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 12

Ricci on the Auto GP grid with MLR71 in Sonoma

Giacomo Ricci is ready to make his Auto GP comeback in Sonoma

Auto GP logoAuto GP - Giacomo RicciOn the Californian track the Italian driver will join MLR71, driving alongside team owner Michele La Rosa. Having a quality driver as Ricci back on the grid is undoubtedly good news for the Series: Giacomo had just two outings on the Auto GP car so far, Navarra 2010 and Marrakech 2011, and in both occasions he managed to clinch a podium finish thanks to both talent and experience.

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Jul 22

Quaife-Hobbs wins the title, Pizzonia takes Race 2 (updated)

Quaife-Hobbs’ crash was a dramatic turn of events

Auto GP logoAuto GP - Antonio PizzoniaAdrian Quaife-Hobbs became the third Auto GP champion today in Curitiba, following in the footsteps of previous title winners Romain Grosjean and Kevin Ceccon.

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Jul 21

Pizzonia pips Varhaug to Curitiba Race 1 win (updated)

The Brazilian driver made a slingshot getaway from P3
Curitiba, Race 1: the drivers’ quotes

Auto GP - Antonio PizzoniaAuto GP logoAntonio Pizzonia completed his dream comeback in the single-seater scenario with a dominating flag to flag win in the first race of the Curitiba Auto GP weekend.

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Jul 20

Quaife-Hobbs edges Van der Drift in Curitiba Qualifying

Adrian Quaife-Hobbs took the fifth pole of his Auto GP season.

Auto GP logoAuto GP - Adrian Quaife-HobbsThe championship leader, who has a chance to seal the title already this weekend in Curitiba, made a further step in the right direction by taking the extra point for pole after a fight with Chris Van der Drift, Antonio Pizzonia and Pål Varhaug.

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Jul 20

Curitiba, Practice 2: Quaife-Hobbs keeps the lead

Adrian Quaife-Hobbs topped the sheets again in the second Free Practice of the Curitiba Auto GP weekend.

Auto GP logoAuto GP - Adrian QUAIFE-HOBBS Supernova InternationalThe british driver of SuperNova closed the session with a 1’12”630 that improved his morning time by one tenth, and egded home racer Antonio Pizzonia by just 0”2.

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Jul 20

Curitiba, Practice 1: Pizzonia already on the pace

Antonio Pizzonia needed virtually no time to find the right pace in Auto GP

Auto GP logoAuto GP - Antonio PizzoniaThe home hero closed the first free practice session in second place, just 0”6 shy of Championship leader Adrian Quaife-Hobbs. The Briton confirmed his great pace topping the sheets with a 1’12”767 but the highlight of this first 30’ was undoubtedly Pizzonia’s great comeback on a single-seater: the former F1 driver surely made the most of his deep knowledge of the Curitiba track, something that allowed him to focus just on finding the feeling with Ombra Racing and the Zytek-powered Lola.

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Jun 03

Portimão, Race 2: perfect weekend for Quaife-Hobbs

Sunday 3 June is a day that Adrian Quaife-Hobbs won’t forget easily

Auto GP World SeriesAuto GP - Supernova International - Adrian QUAIFE-HOBBSThe young Briton of Supernova today won the second race of the Portimão Auto GP weekend starting from P8 and doing so he clinched a perfect weekend taking pole position, both race wins and both fastest laps. The fifth win of his season is another championship record secured by the driver from Kent, and the “hat-trick” is also an absolute premiere for the Series: thanks to this weekend’s results Quaife Hobbs added 48 points to his tally, bringing his advantage on the closest rival to 73 points. Read the rest of this entry »

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