2015 GP2 drivers and teams
Tagged: Felipe Nasr
- 7th March 2015, 14:58 at 2:58 pm #2936758th March 2015, 15:57 at 3:57 pm #293718
MP still places De Jong as he’s son of boss.
The test lineup now includes Ghirelli, Canamasas, Jefferies and Amberg9th March 2015, 2:08 at 2:08 am #293733
Ghirelli and Amberg will be good. Hilmer’s testing lineup is atrocious. This is the same team that once had Frijns, Abt, Lancaster, and Regalia at some point or another right?9th March 2015, 6:15 at 6:15 am #293737
@rjoconnell im ok with crashamasas but compare with previously ‘those’, irreplaceable and shame9th March 2015, 14:32 at 2:32 pm #293822Keith CollantineKeymaster9th March 2015, 14:32 at 2:32 pm #293823Keith CollantineKeymaster9th March 2015, 14:55 at 2:55 pm #293824SPParticipant
Jefferies didn’t run at the test. Out of money again, it seems. Been 5 years since he drove a full racing season (Formula BMW Asia 2009).9th March 2015, 15:01 at 3:01 pm #293825
@jb001 I don’t think he will get a seat, there are more drivers who deserve it.
Sadly, Ocon maybe put in ART GP3.10th March 2015, 20:48 at 8:48 pm #293951
DAMS are still DAMS, Marciello to Trident has looked good so far (told ya).15th April 2015, 18:31 at 6:31 pm #296760
No Hilmer in Bahrain, while MP yet to announce another driver.
Stanaway is ofiicially promoted by Status.18th April 2015, 7:21 at 7:21 am #297059
Pole 4 Vandoorne, Mclaren took 1st row.
BUT WHO THE HELL IS ALEX JACQUES?!?30th April 2015, 7:48 at 7:48 am #297512AraqielParticipant
Agreed, I miss Will Buxton. Not the same without him. Palmer did a good job as co-commentator but the new guy has a long way to go. Might have well have said “Cars are racing! Look!” at the start of race one for all the insight he was able to give on the action at the first few corners.23rd June 2015, 16:01 at 4:01 pm #300668
So, four rounds in, and Vandoorne is burying the competition, along with all the narratives about its lack of standout talent. I thought Jolyon Palmer was exceptional last year, but this is something else.
Rossi’s the best of the rest right now, he’s the only other driver to score points in all eight rounds, making a strong case for the Haas seat.
Sergey Sirotkin, the guy we all disliked for being Sauber’s talentless pay driver, is ahead of the top prospects of Red Bull, Ferrari, Williams, Honda, and ahead of Mitch Evans thanks to four consecutive top 5s at two distinctly different circuits.
Alex Lynn is beating the brakes off of Pierre Gasly this year. Yes, Lynn has experience on Pirelli tyres, but Gasly’s the top-ranked Red Bull prospect in terms of stature, and Lynn was made expendable in the off-season.
Raffaele Marciello must really hate Virtual Safety Cars. A lot.23rd June 2015, 20:58 at 8:58 pm #300710mark adamsParticipant
I might be biased as a Belgian but if Mlarren doesn’t give Vandoorne a seat Mercedes or Ferrari should put him in a Williams/Force india/Sauber24th June 2015, 9:32 at 9:32 am #300736thersquaredParticipant
Does Rossi still have an active superlicence? If not he’s going to need to keep that second in the championship just to have enough super licence points to be eligible for the HAAS seat.
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