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- 26th September 2012, 9:21 at 9:21 am #206920
Also, earlier in the year, we had a junior single-seater season courtesy of the Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. Fairly prominent with people like Evans, Marciello, Berthon and others. Nick Cassidy won that on February 12th at Manfeild.26th September 2012, 9:16 at 9:16 am #206919
Porsche Supercup was wrapped up at Monza, same day as GP3. And, as I said on Twitter, Baron isn’t officially champion yet.11th September 2012, 14:05 at 2:05 pm #204728
Alright, I’ll play.
1. Mitch Evans
2. Daniel Abt
3. Antonio Felix da Costa
4. Aaro Vainio
5. Patric Niederhauser
Not too different of a list, but that’s what happens when you watch spec racing. :D31st August 2012, 15:02 at 3:02 pm #207926
And thus my admiration of James Calado continues its trend of escalation. Mighty impressive guy.
Good on Haryanto as well, he clearly knows his way around in wet conditions.28th August 2012, 15:51 at 3:51 pm #206421
I’m pretty sure that if Power wins the Baltimore race, where RHR finishes won’t matter. Like, there’s little doubt that Will will start in the Fontana race, so he’s guaranteed at least 10 (usually 12) points. If he wins Baltimore and starts at Fontana, the lead he has will be unassailable.15th August 2012, 12:06 at 12:06 pm #206995
Top points, Casey. This is exactly on the money.
Yeah, you’re probably only saying it ’cause you’re leaving at the end of the year, but that doesn’t make you any more right.13th August 2012, 10:13 at 10:13 am #207101
Can’t quite decide whether it was Keselowski’s fault. Busch’s return to track was super dangerous.29th July 2012, 9:28 at 9:28 am #206261
Berthon does have quite a bit more experience at a higher level than Nigel. 2 WSR seasons.29th July 2012, 8:37 at 8:37 am #206259
Esteban’s luck is seriously incredible this year.