Archive for the ‘WSR’ Category
14 Mar 2011: How Daniel McKenzie is planning his way to the top
Daniel McKenzie isn’t setting his expectations too high for his Renault World Series début at Motorland Aragón next month – but by the time the series returns to Spain for its October finale he plans to be telling a different story.
19 Feb 2011: Oli Webb to race in World Series by Renault
Oli Webb, who won three times on the way to third in his debut season in British F3 last year, has signed to compete in Formula Renault 3.5 next year.
19 Feb 2011: ‘Determined’ Stoneman thanks fans for kindness
Formula Two champion Dean Stoneman has thanked well-wishers for the “incredible” support shown to him since he was diagnosed with cancer last month.
A double victory on his return to Formula Renault 3.5 after missing a race with funding problems showed that the toughest battles for Argentina’s Esteban Guerrieri this year are off the track, not on it.
Daniel Ricciardo and Brendon Hartley, reserve drivers for Red Bull’s F1 squad, provided the warm-up act for their team’s 1-2 dominance by posting the two stand-out performances of the Formula Renault 3.5 support race earlier in the day.
Mikhail Aleshin and Esteban Guerrieri took victories in Belgium as a combination of heavy rain and heavy-handed stewards played havoc with Formula Renault 3.5′s visit to Spa-Francorchamps.
19 Apr 2010: WSR: Ricciardo misses a win, but leads series
A wet weekend at the Motorland Aragon circuit saw Red Bull F1 reserve Daniel Ricciardo convert two pole positions into two third-place finishes and top the points standings after Formula Renault 3.5′s first meeting of the year.
For years, the iconic British Racing Green and yellow colours of Lotus were visible only in history books, classic race car rallies and the dusty memories of nostalgic fans – but this year they’re back with a vengeance.
11 Nov 2009: Carlin restructures after Chilton investment
Carlin Motorsport, one of Britain’s most succcessful F3 squads, has been restructured following a major investment by Capsicum Motorsport – a company established by the father of racers Tom and Max Chilton.
World Series by Renault champion Betrand Baguette won both of the season-ending races at Motorland Aragon while Malaysia’s Fairuz Fauzy jumped from sixth in the standings to finish as runner up.