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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.
Davide Rigon reminded everyone how he came to be Superleague’s first-ever champion by taking pole for RSC Anderlecht in Assen, beating ex-F1 driver Franck Montagny in the qualifying final.
12 May 2010: Superleague: Dolby looks to extend his lead at Assen
Tottenham Hotspur driver Craig Dolby will be looking to extend his lead at the top of the standings as Superleague visits the TT Circuit Assen in The Netherlands. And it could be an unpredictable weekend’s racing.
4 Apr 2010: Superleague: Dolby stamps his mark on new season
Craig Dolby took a dominating victory in Superleague Formula’s €100,000 Silverstone super final to cap an impressive day during which he won the first race and charged through from the back to take fourth in the reverse-grid second race.
Max Wissel took pole for the first Superleague meeting of the weekend, knocking out Sebastian Bourdais, home favourite Craig Dolby and Virgin F1 refugee Alvaro Parente on the way.
Some said it was a joke and it wouldn’t last. But Superleague Formula, the football-themed racing championship with cars branded to match leading soccer clubs, begins its biggest season yet with three races at Silverstone this weekend.
One of the worst-kept secrets in motorsport was finally made public today when Superleague Formula, the football-themed racing championship entering its third season, confirmed Craig Dolby will return to drive for Tottenham Hotspur.
25 Mar 2010: Superleague Formula unveils calendar changes
European circuits Monza and Oschersleben been dropped from this year’s Superleague Formula calendar as the result of a number of tweaks made less than two weeks before the season kicks off.
Liverpool FC is to defend its Superleague Formula championship with a British driver at the wheel – in the shape of Jersey-born Formula Renault 3.5 graduate James Walker.
27 Feb 2010: Superleague: who’s taking part for 2010
Superleague Formula has announced which football teams and racing outfits will be working together to get its 2010 season to the starting grid.