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Caterham Racing driver quickest in rain affected session
Day two of the first post-season test session opened this morning at Circuit de Catalunya on a very wet track with rain pouring down incessantly. It took a while before the first drivers braved the tricky conditions in order to do their installation laps. Kevin Ceccon at Ocean was the first one to feed on to the track, but it was Sergio Canamasas at Lotus GP who set a first laptime albeit a pretty slow one compared to yesterday’s best time.
Seven meetings and a whole lot more in 2013
Jules Bianchi was in a class of his own
“I was handed the win after Kevin Magnussen retired” – Antonio Felix da Costa
Having driven a superb race, Kevin Magnussen (Carlin) seemed on course to claim his second win of the season in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series. However, on the final lap, the Dane was forced to stop his car following a gearbox oil leak.
Austin Fashion Week event to feature blend of fashion and motorsports
Circuit of The Americas™, in cooperation with the Circuit Events Host Committee™, has announced the participation of American F1™ Caterham F1 Team Test Driver Alexander Rossi in Shift Into Style, a celebration of fashion and motorsports that will kick off Austin Fashion Week on Friday, Aug. 10.
He moves up to fourth place on the Drivers’ Championship table
Alexander Rossi drove a stunning race in Monaco today to bring home a 15 points haul for his Arden Caterham team in its inaugural Formula Renault 3.5 race in the Principality. He moves up to fourth place on the Drivers’ Championship table, with Arden Caterham in sixth position in the Teams’ Championship.
This week saw the first pre-season test for the new Formula Renault 3.5 car at Paul Ricard circuit in southern France.
With Alexander’s win today he now sits fourth in the WSR Drivers’ Championship
Season best performance for De Jong
A character-building weekend for Tech 1 Racing at Paul Ricard
Fortec Motorsports FR 3.5 driver, Alexander Rossi stormed to victory after a dominating performance in race two at Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France for round eight of the World Series by Renault FR3.5 championship this afternoon.
Canadian showcases racing credentials in Formula Renault 3.5
+Alexander Rossi in P4 of WSR Championship after points from race 2 at Hungaroring
+Dutch racer De Jong continues great progress at Hungaroring
+Nelson Panciatici ends weekend on a Positive note
+A low-key weekend for Tech 1 Racing in Hungary
The Hungaroring Circuit in Hungary allowed Robert Wickens an opportunity to showcase his racing credentials this weekend as the Canadian was forced to race his way through the field for points in Round 6 of the 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Series – the Carlin driver recording 5th and 7th place finishes respectively.
Nürburgring success rewards Canadian with points lead
+Tech 1 Racing triumphs at the Nürburgring!
+Fairuz Fauzy secures podium at Nurburgring
Robert Wickens regained the lead of the 2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Series following a stellar weekend at Germany’s Nürburgring Circuit with the Canadian racer dominating the double-header proceedings with two pole positions, a victory on Saturday and second place in Sunday’s race.
Third collective pre-season FR3.5 tests
Excellent World Series by Renault test in France, leaves Alexander Rossi and Fortec confident ahead of series opener next month in Spain Following already two successful winter tests in Spain earlier this month, Alexander Rossi spent the past two days circulating Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France for the third collective pre-season FR3.5 test with Fortec Motorsport.
Combined FR3.5 test times, Day 1 & 2, Motorland, Spain
Alexander commenced two days of intensive testing with his 2011 World Series Renault team, Fortec Motorsport, at Motorland, Spain this week. Alexander had to get to grips with not only joining a new team, but working for the first time alongside his engineer in Formula Renault 3.5.
As the times started to drop the top ten positions changed continually except for Gutiérrez
Esteban Gutiérrez showed his determination to claim the inaugural GP3 Series crown, topping the time sheets in this afternoon’s practice session at Autodromo Nazionale di Monza ahead of Carlin’s Josef Newgarden and Jenzer’s Nico Müller.
Adrian Tambay has put in one of the drives of the season to take victory in dry/wet Race 2 at Spa- Francorchamps.
On a trickery track with most parts wet and few dry, the Manor Racing driver on slick held off a charging Alexander Rossi on wet tyres to take his maiden win in the Series. The Americans second place finish helped seal the Teams title for ART Grand Prix with one round remaining.
Heavy fog which was causing tricky conditions for the GP3 field.
Adrian Tambay claimed the number one spot in a wet and foggy practice session at Spa- Francorchamps with a time of 2:29.381. The first GP3 session of the weekend was delayed by over thirty minutes after an eventful GP2 qualifying session ran long.