Archive for the ‘Superleague Formula’ Category
14 Oct 2011: Superleague Formula cancels Asian rounds
The football-themed Superleague Formula racing series has given up on its 2011 season after announcing that it will no longer be making a scheduled trip to Asia later this month.
16 Sep 2011: Superleague cancels its two South American rounds
Superleague Formula, the football-themed series attempting to establish itself as motorsport’s new world championship, has cancelled its next two planned races.
17 May 2011: Superleague: Dolby announced for 2011 season
Craig Dolby is now officially set to be back behind the wheel in Superleague Formula for the 2011 season after the football-themed series announced the first names in its driver line-up.
3 May 2011: Confusion over 2011 Superleague calendar
A revised Superleague Formula calendar was released late yesterday evening – containing no confirmed British round for the first time in four years and minus several other expected races.
3 Mar 2011: Superleague: Dolby hoping for 2011 drive
Superleague front-runner and series stalwart Craig Dolby is hoping to make a return in 2011, according to a newly-released Q&A with the driver.
17 Jun 2010: Superleague: First stop in a Spanish fiesta
Superleague Formula will make the first of three scheduled visits to Spain at the weekend for round four of this season’s championship.
Liverpool’s championship-winning Superleague Formula car has been put through its paces by driver James Walker in a demonstration along the city’s Strand waterfront.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Craig Dolby has once again extended his lead at the top of the Superleague standings despite a weekend at Magny-Cours dominated by AC Milan’s Yelmer Buurman.
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.
20 May 2010: Superleague: Bourdais relishing home battle
Sebastien Bourdais says he will relish the opportunity to drive at one France’s top motorsport venues this weekend as Superleague Formula prepares for its second meeting in seven days.