Jaime Alguersuari finished in the points for the first time since the Spanish Grand Prix – but said he’s “not sure” how he did it.
Alguersuari was 11th for the third race in a row having once again lost tenth in the closing stages.
Jaime Alguersuari was unhappy to be given a penalty for cutting a chicane for the second race in a row. The Toro Rosso driver said: Italian Grand Prix in pictures I really don’t understand why I got the drive-through penalty. It’s the second time in two races that I have got one of these! As … Continue reading Alguersuari unhappy with chicane penalty
Vitantonio Liuzzi says he would have easily passed Jaime Alguersuari if the Toro Rosso driver hadn’t cut the chicane during the Belgian Grand Prix. Alguersuari was given a 20-second time penalty by the stewards after the race, demoting him to 13th and promoting Liuzzi to tenth. Liuzzi said: We could have easily passed him, but … Continue reading Liuzzi: “I’d have passed Alguersuari easily”
Belgian Grand Prix in pictures Jaime Alguersuari has lost his tenth place finish in the Belgian Grand Prix after being given a 20-second time penalty by the stewards. They decided he had gained an advantage by going off the chicane late in the race and keeping Vitantonio Liuzzi behind. Alguersuari’s 20-second penalty relegates him from … Continue reading Alguersuari loses point after penalty
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost expects to keep Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari as his drivers for 2011. Tost said: I believe our drivers will be well prepared for 2011, which is why they are both confirmed for next year. It is also logical, because one key role of Scuderia Toro Rosso is to … Continue reading Toro Rosso to keep Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari for 2011 (Updated)
The Spanish Grand Prix was short on racing highlights but Jaime Alguersuari’s excellent start and Michael Schumacher’s ruthless defence from Jenson Button stood out. Here’s the analysis of the Spanish Grand Prix.
Jaime Alguersuari made his F1 debut last year and yesterday got a one-year contract extension with Toro Rosso. Briton Oliver Turvey was Alguersuari’s team mate for the last two seasons in Formula Three and Formula Renault 3.5. This year Turvey is racing in F1 feeder series GP2 – and believes Alguersuari’s progress proves that he … Continue reading Oliver Turvey: Alguersuari’s progress shows I’m ready for F1 (Interview)
Jaime Alguersuari will remain at Toro Rosso for the 2010 season, the team have confirmed. Team principal Franz Tost said: This season, he will again face a steep learning curve, as all the circuits in the first part of the season will be new to him. Jaime’s appointment also confirms our team’s commitment to bringing … Continue reading Jaime Alguersuari stays at Toro Rosso
Jaime Alguersuari is likely keep his seat at Toro Rosso according to Red Bull’s Helmut Marko. Marko told Italian site 422race.com: “It will be Alguersuari. We must still resolve some contractual details, but our choice will be him.” He denied reports the team was considering replacing Alguersuari with Mirko Bortolotti or taking Bruno Senna from … Continue reading Alguersuari set to keep Toro Rosso seat
Michael Schumacher may not have made an F1 comeback but he will return to racing this year at the wheel of a kart. The seven-times world champion will join Toro Rosso duo Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari SKUSA SuperNationals XIII kart race in Las Vegas next week.
Qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka was red-flagged three times for three different accidents. Jaime Alguersuari put his Toro Rosso in the barriers at Degner eight minutes into Q2. Then, four minutes after the session had resumed, Timo Glock crashed his Toyota at the final turn. In Q3 it was Heikki Kovalainen’s turn … Continue reading Crashes for Alguersuari, Glock and Kovalainen halt Japan qualifying (Video)
Robert Kubica and Jaime Alguersuari are on the entry list for the 2009 CIK-FIA KZ1 karting world cup at Sarno in Italy next month. Kubica is entering is his own kart but according to Mary-Ann Horley of Kartlink he has had difficulties in testing: What I’ve heard from testing is that Kubica was having carb … Continue reading Kubica and Alguersuari enter kart final
It’s always great to see F1 drivers competing in other series when they haven’t got a Grand Prix and two have been at it this weekend. Toro Rosso new boy Jaime Alguersuari scored his first win of the year on his return to the World Series by Renault. Kimi Raikkonen’s extra-curricular activity was his first … Continue reading Alguersuari wins in WSR, Raikkonen crashes out of rally (pictures and video)
Despite the inevitable rows over him becoming the youngest F1 driver ever, Jaime Alguersuari made his first appearance in an official Formula 1 session today. He’s only the second new driver to arrive in F1 this year – joining his team mate Sebastien Buemi who, with nine Grand Prix starts to his name, looks like … Continue reading Jaime Alguersuari’s first day at the office
As the drivers prepare for the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend the newest among their number – Jaime Alguersuari – is at the centre of a dispute over his suitability to race in F1: Vettel defends under-fire Alguersuari Sebastian Vettel: "I heard Mark was not so pleased about the fact that Jaime is driving this weekend. … Continue reading F1 links: Row brews over Alguersuari
Jaime Alguersuari has been officially announced as Sebastien Bourdais’ replacement at Toro Rosso. As discussed here last week, Alguersuari will become the youngest F1 driver ever, beating the record set by Mike Thackwell in 1980. Alguersuari and team mate Sebastien Buemi will form the youngest ever pair of team mates in Formula 1. Alguersuari had … Continue reading Jaime Alguersuari confirmed at Toro Rosso
Jaime Alguersuari will join Toro Rosso for the next race at the Hungaroring, several sources are reporting this evening. We took a look at the Red Bull Junior driver’s biography last week and he’s been on the radar for some time. But the consensus in the comments was he looks promising but might be a … Continue reading Jaime Alguersuari set to take Bourdais’ place at Toro Rosso in Hungary
Jaime Alguersuari looks to have the talent, the backing and the connections to become the next Spanish driver in Formula 1.
F1 reserve drivers don’t get much to do these days, but nonetheless Red Bull are keen to give their up-and-comers more chance to get get a close first-hand experience of Grand Prix racing. So they’ve replaced their third driver Bredon Hartley with his 2008 British Formula Three team mate Jaime Alguersuari for the rest of … Continue reading F1 links: Alguersuari takes Hartley’s place