Posts Tagged ‘Oliver Turvey’
Up-and-coming British driver Oliver Turvey has signed with iSport International to compete in the GP2 Asia series this winter and the full 2010 GP2 season next year.
Who will it be this year? Is one young British hopeful on his way to a dream career in the top flight of motorsport?
8 Oct 2009: GP2: Jerez testing round-up, days two and three
Guido van der Garde and rookie Marcus Ericsson set the fastest times in the second and third days of GP2 testing in Jerez – but the much-anticipated arrivals of F1 hopeful Bruno Senna and rally star Sebastien Loeb failed to set the timesheets aflame.
Davide Valsecchi set the pace in the first day of GP2 testing at Jerez, with James Jakes as a late addition for Super Nova bringing the number of British drivers in action across the three-day test to five.
2 Oct 2009: GP2: British hopefuls set for Jerez test
At least four up-and-coming British drivers will be in action at the three-day GP2 main test in Jerez next weekend, where most of the series’ teams will evaluate possible recruits for the winter GP2 Asia series and next year’s main championship.
Bertrand Baguette won the World Series by Renault championship at the NÃ¼rburgring with two races to spare, while Norfolk’s P1 Motorsport bounced back from a devastating factory fire with strong performances by Daniil Move and James Walker.
4 Aug 2009: WSR: Lancaster takes maiden series win
Comtec Racing’s Jon Lancaster has taken his first Formula Renault 3.5 win after a fiercely-fought race at the Algarve’s Portimao circuit.
Bertrand Baguette tasted victory in both World Series by Renault races at Le Mans as the British charge faltered following a strong start to the weekend.
5 Jul 2009: WSR: Brits put on a show at Silverstone
Oliver Turvey took a pair of podiums and James Walker moved up to second in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series championship as both home drivers put on a show for fans at the World Series by Renault’s visit to Silverstone.
28 May 2009: WSR: Turvey takes first win in Monaco
Oliver Turvey’s World Series by Renault campaign got a serious boost at the weekend after the Cumbrian driver turned a Monaco pole position into a convincing race win.