Archive for the ‘Race series’ Category

8 Sep 2011: F1: Catch up with Jenson Button’s Manchester trip

Did you miss the opportunity to see F1 star Jenson Button in action in Manchester recently? Fear not – his team McLaren were on hand with the cameras.

8 Sep 2011: Adam Christodoulou to return to Silverstone

Adam Christodoulou is due to race in the UK this weekend as he competes with CRS Racing in the Six Hours of Silverstone Le Mans Series event.

8 Sep 2011: Reigning Indy champion Wheldon takes another turn around the Brickyard

Dan Wheldon has returned to the Brickyard, in a different set of wheels to the ones that won him this year’s Indy 500, to take two feeder series machines for a spin around the iconic track.

1 Sep 2011: Williams energy storage to be used for mass transit

Williams’ flywheel-based energy storage system, first developed for its Formula One cars, is set to break into the world of mass transit thanks to a new business deal.

31 Aug 2011: Christodoulou has troubled second outing in the McLaren 12C GT3

Success at Spa, then problems brought on by a wet weekend in Magny-Cours – it’s all been happening for Adam Christodoulou, former British Formula Renault Champion and BRDC Rising Star turned tin-top racer.

27 Aug 2011: Fangio’s Maserati 250F turns Saturday shoppers’ heads

Even as today’s crop of Formula One stars were on track for Belgian Grand Prix qualifying, the car driven to victory at Spa more than 50 years ago by one of the all-time greats was drawing a crowd of admirers.

10 Aug 2011: Christodoulou shines as McLaren sets its MP4-12C GT3 loose at Spa

Former Star Mazda and Formula Renault UK champion Adam Christodoulou helped McLaren return to 24-hour GT racing by setting the fastest lap recorded by the new MP4-12C GT3 at the Total 24 Hours of Spa.

8 Aug 2011: Alexander Sims: F1 bosses want to see you dominate

In the third of his reports from the Hungaroring, Brits on Pole reporter-at-large Scott McCarthy caught up with GP3 front-runner Alexander Sims, who went into the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend as championship leader. He talked to Scott about his season to date, how it’s better to win from the front than to get there by overtaking, and whether even winning the championship will be enough on its own.

3 Aug 2011: F1: Jenson Button’s brilliant weekend in pictures

Weekends don’t get much better than the one Jenson Button had at the Hungarian Grand Prix. It began with celebrations to mark his 200th race, ended with more celebrations to mark his victory – and somewhere in the middle there was even a rainbow over the McLaren Brand Centre.

3 Aug 2011: F1: Di Resta impresses with best finish of career

Scotland’s Paul di Resta put a string of non-scoring races behind him with a confident run to seventh place for Force India in treacherous conditions at the Hungaroring.

 
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