Romain Grosjean jumped into the championship lead with a dominant win at Mugello. Team mate Kamui Kobayashi held Sebastien Buemi off for second, while Buemi defended from Magny-Cours winner James Jakes.
I’ve been scolding myself for days for not making a bigger fuss over Sebastian Vettel’s Grand Prix debut. So here it is, almost three weeks late. Vettel is hot stuff. Lewis Hamilton has seriously skewed our perceptions of what to expect of a rookie driver. He was only going to get more attention than Hamilton … Continue reading Sebastian Vettel: better than Hamilton?
Edoardo Mortara and Sebastien Buemi lined up first and second on the grid, and sure enough that was the order they came home in. This was to take nothing away from a fine performance by the Signature-Plus driver. But there was little in the way of excitement – at least not until after the chequer … Continue reading F3 Euro Brands 2: Mortara cruises home
Romain Grosjean leapt from third to first at the start of the Brands Hatch F3 Euroseries race – but took out rival Franck Mailleux on the way. The two Frenchmen collided as Grosjean moved to take the lead from James Jakes. Grosjean was able to complete the move before the safety car came out. On … Continue reading F3 Euro Brands 1: Controversy as Grosjean wins
A1 Grand Prix’s second season ended on a high as the Brands Hatch feature race produced a thrilling duel between Germany’s Nico H?â??lkenberg and Britain’s Robbie Kerr. H?â??lkenberg held Kerr off to the flag after making a fractionally better getaway than the British driver at the start. The two raced wheel-to-wheel halfway around the first … Continue reading A1GP Brands Hatch Feature: H?â??lkenberg’s last hurrah
Robbie Kerr became the first ever driver to win his home round of the A1 Grand Prix championship by coming home first in the sprint race at Brands Hatch. Kerr made a clean getaway from the rolling start while Hulkenberg squeezed the Team France car of Loic Duval on the approach to Paddock Hill bend. … Continue reading A1GP Brands Hatch Sprint: Home win for Kerr
Third place in the Shanghai was good enough to make Team Germany the second ever A1 Grand Prix champions.
Britain took a second consecutive win in the A1 Grand Prix series as Robbie Kerr triumphed at a murky Shanghai. The British car made the most of pole position to lead away from the start and rebuffed Jonny Reid’s attempts to pass in the early laps. Meanwhile Nico Hulkenberg passed Jonathan Summerton for third and … Continue reading A1GP China Sprint: Kerr wins for Britain
Team Great Britain continued their form from the Mexican round as Robbie Kerr put them on pole position for the sprint race at the Shanghai International Circuit. Leaving their final lap until the final seconds as usual, Kerr snatched pole position from Jonny Reid of team New Zealand. Jonathan Summerton qualified a strong third for … Continue reading A1GP China: Kerr puts Britain on pole
GP2 @ Bahrain – The most exciting international racing series gets underway supporting the F1 race at Bahrain. With a host of drivers capable of winning and vying for a place in Formula 1 this is not to be missed. Champ Cars @ Long Beach – Will they get more than half the field to … Continue reading Big racing weekend
Team Great Britain finally broke their A1 Grand Prix duck as Oliver Jarvis gave the team its long-awaited first win in the series. Jarvis leapt into the lead from second on the grid as polesitter Alex Yoong bogged down badly in the team Malaysia car. The British team pitted at the first available opportunity while … Continue reading A1 Grand Prix: Jarvis takes the first win for Britain
Team Germany may be missing star driver Nico H?âãÆ?é??lkenberg but it was more or less business as usual for them with Christian Vietoris in the car instead. The rookie in his first A1 Grand Prix outing lines up second behind veteran Alex Yoong, and only around 0.4s per lap off the Malaysian’s pace. Britain’s Oliver … Continue reading A1 Grand Prix: Yoong on pole in Mexico