25 Nov 2009: F1: di Resta confirmed for F1 test in Jerez
Force India have confirmed reports that Scottish DTM star Paul di Resta will be one of their drivers at the F1 young driver tests in Jerez in early December.
The deafening silence surrounding the negotiations to hold the British Grand Prix at Silverstone next year has been broken by the circuit’s managing director Richard Phillips, who went on BBC Radio to say a deal is close to being struck.
22 Nov 2009: F3: Third for Bird as Mortara wins Macau
Britain’s Sam Bird worked his way through the field to take third place in the Macau Grand Prix, behind Signature team-mates Edoardo Mortara and Jean-Karl Vernay.
“The company is still entirely within my control and that is not going to change,” said Sir Frank Williams after announcing the sale of a shareholding in his Formula One team to Austrian investment specialist and occasional race driver Toto Wolff.
Indy Lights hopeful Stefan Wilson has cashed in his prize for winning the Autosport BRDC Young Driver award – a Formula One test drive at Silverstone in Lewis Hamilton’s championship-winning McLaren.
Wanted: people of vision to keep the dream of Formula One at Donington Park alive and bring a race to the ailing circuit in 2011. That’s the appeal made today by Donington Ventures Leisure Ltd administrator Nigel Price
13 Nov 2009: GP2: Bumper crop of Brits shine in Ricard testing
Three days of GP2 testing at the Circuit Paul Ricard saw James Jakes twice top the timesheets and every session feature at least one British driver among the top three fastest performers.
After months of preparation and anticipation, it came down to this: one powerful car, one iconic race track and one amateur driver about to go where millions of fans would give their eye teeth to follow. Except, as this photo gallery shows, there was far more to it than just one man and one machine.
The safe hands of Adrian Valles guided the Liverpool FC car to the Superleague Formula championship at Jarama today, despite two barnstorming performances by his closest challenger Craig Dolby for Tottenham Hotspur.