Archive for the ‘Superleague Formula’ Category
17 Oct 2008: SLF: Tappy surrenders Tottenham drive to Bernoldi
Superleague Formula’s mid-season driver shakeup has come as bad news for Tottenham Hotspur driver Duncan Tappy, who has lost out to former F1 pilot Enrique Bernoldi.
5 Oct 2008: SLF: Valles takes Belgian victory for Liverpool
Liverpool shared the honours with Beijing Gouan in Superleague Formula’s two Belgian races today, while Duncan Tappy and Craig Dolby grabbed second places for Spurs and Anderlecht.
4 Oct 2008: SLF: Front row start for Dolby in Zolder
Craig Dolby shrugged off a broken driveshaft at the start of today’s Superleague Formula qualifying session to secure a front row start in tomorrow’s first race in Belgium.
1 Oct 2008: SLF: Dalziel back in the Rangers car for Zolder
Ryan Dalziel will be on familiar ground when he resumes his duties as Glasgow Rangers Superleague Formula driver this weekend – racing at Zolder in Belgium where he last competed in Champ Car.
Craig Dolby has admitted that he’s still in shock after scoring a pair of second places in Superleague Formula’s second-ever race meeting, held at Germany’s Nurburgring.
22 Sep 2008: SLF: Double delight for Dolby at the Nurburgring
Anderlecht’s Craig Dolby salvaged some British pride in Superleague Formula’s second race weekend as Liverpool, Spurs and Rangers all failed to make an impact.
12 Sep 2008: Senna’s Donington lap record falls
Ayrton Senna’s 15-year-old record for a lap of Donington Park has fallen during testing for the forthcoming A1GP season, with Malaysia’s Fairuz Fauzy the new record-holder.
11 Sep 2008: SLF: Rangers play Walker as sub for absent Dalziel
Glasgow Rangers’ Superleague Formula car will be fielding a substitute behind the wheel at the Nurburgring after first-choice driver Ryan Dalziel was handed the chance to make a one-race return to American sports cars.
What with the terrible stewards’ decision in Spa, and the future of the British Grand Prix looking so extremely dodgy, it feels like a pretty bleak time to be a F1 fan this morning. So, what else is out there?
Spurs and Liverpool are tied in second place of the new Superleague Formula championship following the first two races of the season at Donington Park.