Simply put, combination of poor luck, and Sunoco Team LeMans not getting to grips with the new Yokohama tyres after two decades with Bridgestone as the spec tyre. Kobayashi had more fastest laps than he did points […]
28th August – Porsche Carrera Cup Japan – Tsubasa Kondo – Suzuka Circuit – Race 9 of 10
24th September – All-Japan Formula Three Championship, National Class – Yoshiaki Katayama – Sportsland SUGO – Race 15 of 17
25th September – All-Japan Formula Three Championship – Kenta Yamashita – Sportsland SUGO – Race 17 of 17
I’ll say this, Sekiguchi’s drive at Sugo was truly reminiscent of what Michael Schumacher could do in his prime. (Ironically, MSC’s only race in what is now Super Formula was 25 years ago, and it was also at […]
A combination of poor planning and bad judgment. Shame that it overshadowed a sterling performance from Nick Cassidy this weekend, winning his first Euro F3 race after all the years of part-time schedules just to […]
Super Formula has the race highlights on their Facebook page:
This was, a seriously, SERIOUSLY good race between Nakajima, who races for Toyota in WEC, and Oliveira, who should be racing for a factory team in […]
Well, actually, there’s a 2nd car out of the Carlin camp this weekend! And did they ever get some Veteran Presents under the tree this Christmas.
R.J. O'Connell replied to the topic 2016 IndyCar calendar: Road America, Phoenix and Boston added in the forum IndyCar 5 years, 1 month ago
Reminds me of the Champ Car GP of Korea that was attempted three times from 2004-06 and failed each time. Thanks OWRS.
R.J. O'Connell commented on the post, Wide open Le Mans in prospect after drama at Spa Six Hours 5 years, 1 month ago
R.J. O'Connell commented on the post, 21-car wreck in NASCAR's traditional Talladega crash-fest 5 years, 1 month ago
They’re changing the name of the series to the Supercars Championship, dropping the “V8” from the title as a reflection of a future move away from an all-V8 formula.
Which, looking back in the Group A era with […]
R.J. O'Connell commented on the post, Rosberg seven-tenths up on Hamilton in first practice 5 years, 1 month ago
Celis was actually not terrible in testing. Two FP1s in and now he’s struggling to clear the Haryanto Line.
Sirotkin..wow. I’ve been saying he’s a much better driver than he was in late 2013, but he just jumped […]
R.J. O'Connell commented on the post, Sirotkin to drive for Renault in practice at Sochi 5 years, 1 month ago
He’s still younger than every active racing driver other than Verstappen. He beat far more vaunted GP2 rookies like Pierre Gasly and Alex Lynn in the championship standings last year, with a team that’s nowhere […]
If you’ve never been to Barber Motorsports Park before, please do.
The museum alone is worth the cost of admission and more, especially if you love motorcycles. The circuit itself is beautiful. I’ve likened it […]
Dixon, Sato, and Kanaan all cut the pit exit at points of the race. If they’d let that slide but forced Pagenaud to do a drive-thru penalty, it’d be like the refs in a football game letting everyone play on and […]
R.J. O'Connell commented on the post, IndyCar adds classic tracks and two ex-F1 drivers for 2016 5 years, 3 months ago
I remember not too long ago I was entirely down on Indycar. On this very site. Often.
Now I’m looking forward to it, perhaps even more so than F1. That hasn’t happened in many years for me.
One step below IndyCar is Indy Lights, and this may be the most anticipated season ever starting tomorrow (12 March).
Felix Rosenqvist comes over from European F3, Dean Stoneman from FR3.5, and Pro Mazda graduates Santiago Urrutia and Neil Alberico headline a really fun rookie class, joining veterans like RC Enerson, Ed Jones, a returning Zach…[Read more]
@ernietheracefan – Sean and Antonio have been best friends since they got started in single-seaters, for the most part, and Sean’s father Ricardo was generous enough to keep not only supporting his son and his son’s teammate, but his son’s best friend too.
Which, if I must say, is a very refreshing change of pace in the cutthroat world of junior…[Read more]
IndyCar’s team preview for Dale Coyne Racing all but confirms Luca Filippi as the team’s second driver:
While a rumour has popped up about a potential road/street race ringer for Ed Carpenter to replace Filippi. He is a driver who’s won at every level of single-seater racing he’s…[Read more]
— Marvin Kirchhöfer (@followmarvincom) March 8, 2016
Marvin Kirchhöfer will race for Carlin next year. Last year, he led GP3 in race victories, and was an ADAC Formel Masters and German F3 champion in his first two years of single-seater racing.
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