Jolyon Palmer closed out a near-perfect weekend at Monza, in which he won both races from pole, by warning his rivals not to underestimate his title challenge.
24 May 2010: British F3: Oli Webb conquers on French expedition
Oli Webb dominated British F3′s visit to Magny-Cours in France, setting two fastest laps on his way to a pair of wins, a second place, and the lead of the championship.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves qualified on pole for this year’s race – but the man who believes he was the rightful winner of the Brazilian’s 2002 triumph, Paul Tracy, lost his place in the field of 33 as the final minutes of Bump Day ended in high drama.
23 May 2010: AutoGP: Tappy moves up as Tambay and Iaconelli win
Duncan Tappy has moved up to fourth in the Auto GP standings after grabbing one podium at Imola and narrowly missing out on another as Adrien Tambay and Carlos Iaconelli each took victories.
22 May 2010: Bone-shaking and thrilling in about equal measure
For a moment, as the race began, everything went just perfectly. Slow get-aways by the two cars starting on the front row allowed me to shoot the gap between them and hare off into the distance.
Superleague Formula championship leader Craig Dolby will start tomorrow’s first Magny-Cours race on pole after come-from-behind victories in qualifying against Yelmer Buurman and Sebastien Bourdais.
22 May 2010: How to watch the Indianapolis 500 in the UK
The call it the greatest spectacle in motorsport, but when the field of 33 drivers takes the start for the Indianapolis 500 on May 30th it will not be easy to watch them on television in the UK. Here are some suggestions.
With a best GP2 finish so far this year of 14th place, Max Chilton is a long way from troubling the championship front-runners – but the 19-year-old Surrey racer believes this season is an investment in his future success.
Davide Rigon won one of the main races and also the €100,000 superfinal as Superleague visited Assen – but it was Tottenham Hotspur’s Craig Dolby who came away from the Netherlands with an extended championship lead.
A succession of spectacular crashes split the Monaco Grand Prix into one sprint after another – but Red Bull’s Mark Webber was equal to all of them, outclassing the field on his way to a dominant win.