Posts Tagged ‘Adam Christodoulou’
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.
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.
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.
Adam Christodoulou is set to race in the Le Mans Series for 2011, pairing up with his former team CRS Racing, with whom he won the Formula Renault UK Championship in 2008.
The strongest hint yet that Adam Christodoulou could soon be racing once more in a single-seater has been dropped by a team owner in a position to make that dream a reality.
Reigning Star Mazda title-holder Adam Christodoulou has been given the chance to pit himself against the best drivers in this year’s Firestone Indy Lights championship by joining them in their mid-season test at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Seriously-ill youngsters have had the thrill of a drive in a Ferrari road car around Silverstone thanks to members of the British Racing Drivers’ Club.
America’s beleaguered Atlantic Championship has announced that more than 10 drivers have so far signed up for the season opener in Sebring on March 19th – but Britain’s Adam Christodoulou says he won’t be among them.
15 Feb 2010: ‘Go West, young drivers’, says Christodoulou
The opportunities for young drivers to develop their careers in America are far greater than those offered in Europe, according to reigning Star Mazda champion Adam Christodoulou.
18 Jan 2010: Charity champions retain celebrity karting crown
A star-filled charity karting race featuring celebrity drivers and ordinary members of the public was settled at the final corner as the team led by Duncan Tappy took victory for the third time in four years.