Force India are to join forces with GP2 team Hilmer Motorsport to help promote new driving talent.
For the first time ever both the GP2 and GP3 championship titles will be decided after the F1 drivers’ championship. And it will happen this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
Sam Bird and Stefano Coletti did the winning in Monaco while Johnny Cecotto was thrown out of the weekend following a 14-car shunt in the first race.
Stefano Coletti went into the third round of the GP2 championship with a ten-point lead over Fabio Leimer. He left it with a much increased lead after several of his closest rivals hit trouble.
Fabio Leimer and Sam Bird shared the victories in the second round of the GP2 championship.
Stefano Coletti missed out on victory from pole in race one but bounced back in race two to take the lead of the GP2 championship.
The 2013 GP2 season promises to be an open contest between experienced hands and young talents who are hitting their peak.
The GP2 calendar will include a round in Abu Dhabi in 2013 but fall from 24 races to 22, the series organisers have confirmed.
Last year two GP2 drivers earned the chance to race in Formula 1. Who will follow them in 2012?
The GP2 calendar will expand from 18 to 24 races in 2012.
GP2 drivers will have two different tyre compounds during race weekends.
Romain Grosjean can claim the GP2 championship at next weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix round.
The GP2 Asia Series will cease to exist in 2012 as the main series expands to include ‘flyaway’ races.
A preview of the new GP2 season which starts this weekend.
Former Renault driver Romain Grosjean will return to GP2 for his full first season since 2008.
Lotus Motorsport and ART Grand Prix have announced a collaboration which will see ART’s GP2, GP2 Asia and GP3 cars named Lotus ART from next year. This raises some questions as it was revealed earlier today that Lotus Racing team principal Tony Fernandes is entering a new team in GP2 next year to be called … Continue reading Lotus to back ART’s GP2 and GP3 teams
Pastor Maldonado has been confirmed as GP2 champion following this morning’s sprint race at Monza. The Venezuelan driver ended the race in the barriers at the Parabolica on lap one. But with title rival Sergio Perez only able to finish 13th, Maldonado now has an unbeatable lead in the championship. Despite his less than impressive … Continue reading Pastor Maldonado wins GP2 championship
With no movement on the 2011 F1 driver market so far, it looks as though there might not be very many spaces for new drivers next year. But with a 13th team potentially being announced soon and a fresh crop of graduates from GP2 and beyond looking for a way in, we could still see … Continue reading Who will be the new F1 drivers in 2011?
Young drivers backed by Ferrari, McLaren and Renault are among those competing in the new GP2 season which starts this weekend. Winning the category is the best way to get yourself a ticket into F1 – and it’s great racing too. Here’s your guide to the season ahead:
In the past decade F1 has added races in several countries with little prior history of motor racing. Unsurprisingly, these races have struggled to draw spectators in the same numbers that European races like the British and Italian Grands Prix. What could be done to encourage more people to come to these new races? One … Continue reading Would more support races help boost crowds at F1’s new venues?