Tag Archive: Ricardo Tormo circuit
Changes to Regulations for 2014
The Superbike Commission, composed of Messrs Javier Alonso (WSBK Executive Director), Ignacio Verneda (FIM Executive Director, Sport) and Takanao Tsubouchi (MSMA Representative), met at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit on 08 November 2013 in the presence of MM Daniel Carrera, Gregorio Lavilla (WSBK-Dorna) and Paul Duparc (FIM).
21 year-old from Brazil
After Sten Pentus another newcomer will join Auto GP World Series in Valencia, it’s Yann Cunha, who will drive the #23 entry of Ombra Racing on the Spanish track. A 21 year-old from Brazil, Cunha has been a strong F3 contender in the last few seasons, clinching wins both in South America and in Europe.
A 1-2 for Mücke at Valencia – Roberto Merhi third in first race
Marco Wittmann (Signature) claimed victory in the second race of the Formula 3 Euro Series at the 4.005 kilometres long Ricardo Tormo circuit. The German crossed the finish line ahead of second-placed Kimiya Sato (Motopark) and Daniel Juncadella (Prema Powerteam), who finished third.
Perez admitted his objective is to race for Ferrari one day.
Ferrari had high praise for Sergio Perez after the Mexican on Thursday tested one of the Italian team’s single seaters for the first time. A race rookie with Sauber in 2011, 21-year-old Perez is also a leading member of Ferrari’s driver ‘academy’ and tipped as a possible future replacement for Felipe Massa.
Cosworth-powered AT&T Williams and Marussia Virgin Racing entries unveiled
Cosworth has today attended the launch of the all-new Marussia Virgin Racing MVR-02 race car which took place at BBC Television Centre in London. The reveal of the Cosworth-powered MVR-02 today comes one week after the launch of the AT&T Williams FW33 which has seen Cosworth work closely with Williams to fully integrate the CA engine with Williams’ own KERS system, creating a new version of the 2.4 litre V8 engine to be designated CA2011k.
More than one hundred pictures of 2011 F1
There were no bold statements at Valencia after Tuesday’s opening day of pre-season testing. The usually furtive 2010 runner-up Fernando Alonso tested at the wheel of Ferrari’s new F150 and claimed to have not even looked at reigning champion Red Bull’s 2011 challenger.
Red Bull reveals 2011 car at Valencia
The Formula One teams will test the latest evolution of the new Pirelli PZero tyres
“We arrive in Valencia with all our compounds defined and ready to offer the teams different tyre solutions, having enjoyed an intense and fruitful collaboration so far. This test will provide us with some useful feedback and a valuable taste of the season to come”