After the penalty, the 2013 Salvatore Genovese title for teams goes to Audi Sport Italia
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Solaris Motorsport hopes for double Camaro effort in 2014
The last SWR round held at Imola celebrated a Race 1 win for Mercedes with Vitantonio Liuzzi while Gianni Morbidelli (Audi) took Race 2. In the afternoon’s Race, Italian Francesco Sini scored his first podium of the season with the Solaris Motorsport Chevrolet Camaro.
Gianni Morbidelli, Thomas Biagi, Vitantonio Liuzzi set to fight for the Italian and International titles
Audi vs. Mercedes – Vallelunga to host 2013 Superstars showdown
The Superstars International Series is ready for its final 2013 showdown, an exciting finale for a so far spectacular championship. The final round of the season will be held on October 12th and 13th at Vallelunga, with the Italian track set for an Audi vs. Mercedes battle.
Team-mates Thomas Biagi and Vitantonio Liuzzi went on-track to prepare their closing stint of the season
The Superstarsworld is ready to go on-track for its final stint of the season starting next weekend (Sept. 28th and 29th) at Imola as with just four races to go the championship is still wide open. Mercedes, Audi and BMW are looking forward to fight for the crown and the round at the Santerno track will set the tone for what is expected to be a sensational finale next October at Vallelunga.
The MTM Audi R8 LMS of Schoffler-Buri and the Porsche 911 of Solieri score in GTSprint
In the third round of the Superstars International Series, Teams, Drivers and Fans enjoyed a great day of racing at Slovakia Ring near Bratislava. Vitantonio Liuzzi, driving a works-supported C63 AMG racer campaigned by Mercedes-AMG Romeo Ferraris, and Giovanni Berton, aboard the Team BMW Dinamic BMW M3 E92, shared wins on Race Day as 15.000 people showed up on the grandstands.
Liuzzi (Mercedes) takes late Superstars pole at Slovakia ring
Thanks to a sensational last-gasp attempt in today’s qualifying at Slovakia Ring, Vitantonio Liuzzi, running a Mercedes C63 AMG for Team Mercedes-AMG Romeo Ferraris, scored the pole for the Superstars International Series Race 1 at the brand-new venue near Bratislava.
Biagi (Mercedes), Berton (BMW) share Superstars wins at Brno while Giammaria-Kruglyk (Ferrari), Solieri (Porsche) score in GTSprint
Superstars world of racing enjoy successful Czech weekend with 26.000 fans on the grandstands
Mercedes and BMW shared wins in the Superstars International Series today at Brno in front of 26.000 fans. In Race 1, pole-sitter Thomas Biagi sailed to victory by leading from start to finish and took the lead in standings in front of his Mercedes-AMG Romeo Ferraris team-mate Vitantonio Liuzzi.
Jarno Trulli turned down an offer to return to formula one in 2013 — in the commentary box.
That is the claim of the German-language Speed Week, reporting that the veteran of 256 grands prix, who lost his Caterham seat ahead of this season, was sounded out by new Italian broadcaster Sky to travel to next year’s 20 races as a television pundit.
Italian-based racer ready to battle for the podium at Vallelunga
While the challenge of the year in Vallelunga will involve Giancarlo Fisichella (who will be making his SUPERSTARS debut aboard a Swiss Team-prepared Maserati Quattroporte) and Championship leader Vitantonio Liuzzi, fielded by CAAL Racing on a Mercedes C63 AMG, another great contender for the 2012 title will join them in a sensational showdown. Running just 22 points off Liuzzi’s series lead, Thomas Biagi is set to try and go for the lead back in Italy.
With five countries, two continents on the calendar and a full line-up of International Stars, Superstars is open to the world
Superstars enjoys International flavour
Superstars has grown more and more International lately, and with three rounds still to go this season, the championship is entering an exciting season finale with a world-level flavour. A fascinating calendar, involving the most demanding racetracks of five countries and two continents (the 2012 grand finale will be at Sentul), is one of the top features of the championship as well and highly competitive field of drivers from all over the world.
Lotus is looking forward to its home race, the 6 Hours of Silverstone.
After a two-month break, the cars will be back in action for the fourth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship. The race being held at the 5,901 kilometers long Silverstone Circuit, that is also known as the home of British motorsport, marks the final European round of the inaugural season of the FIA WEC before the teams will head to South America and Asia.
Narain Karthikeyan insists he does not regret sticking with F1 backmarker HRT
The Indian was ousted by the formerly Colin Kolles-led outfit last year but rehired by its new management for 2012. However, his return got off to the worst-possible start in March when both he and teammate Pedro de la Rosa failed to qualify in Australia.
Vitantonio Liuzzi has warned the F1 world to watch closely the next moves in his career
Despite having a contract, the 30-year-old Italian was dropped by Force India at the end of 2010, and forced to rescue his grand prix career at HRT. But, again for 2012, he was replaced despite having a valid contract, and has since been racing in the new International Superstars series.