Posts Tagged ‘Duncan Tappy’
On Sunday Brits on Pole was at a rainy Silverstone for the Blancpain Endurance Series, where a number of drivers we’ve regularly covered in single-seaters were in action. They included ex-Superleague Formula race-winner Duncan Tappy who qualified his McLaren MP4-12C third. We caught up with Duncan before and after the race in the ART Grand Prix garage.
Former single-seater champion Duncan Tappy has confirmed a full-season switch to endurance racing after a successful first outing for ART Grand Prix driving a McLaren MP4-12C GT3 at Monza.
5 Jun 2010: AutoGP: Tappy says “next goal is to win”
Duncan Tappy says his next goal in his inaugural Auto GP season is to win races after a series of steadily-improving performances that saw him on the podium at the recent Imola event.
23 May 2010: AutoGP: Tappy moves up as Tambay and Iaconelli win
Duncan Tappy has moved up to fourth in the Auto GP standings after grabbing one podium at Imola and narrowly missing out on another as Adrien Tambay and Carlos Iaconelli each took victories.
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.
Luca Filippi and Vladimir Arabadzhiev took the honours in the opening weekend of the Auto GP championship, a re-branded version of last year’s Euroseries 3000 offering big cash prizes to winning drivers.
15 Apr 2010: Auto GP: Tappy to join DAMS squad for 2010
Duncan Tappy will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his former Formula Renault UK adversary Will Bratt after it was announced he would be joining DAMS for the 2010 season to race in the Auto GP championship.
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.