Archive for the ‘A1GP’ Category

11 Jan 2008: A1GP: drivers turn out for Autosport International

Anyone with a burning desire to meet the people on the front line of A1GP’s World Cup of Motorsport should get themselves right along to the NEC in Birmingham this weekend. (You could catch up with Jenson Button, Mark Webber and David Coulthard too, but that’s another story altogether…)

18 Dec 2007: A1GP: Brits move up to fourth despite China disappointments

Oliver Jarvis failed to capitalise on a front row start in A1GP’s Chinese adventure, but still moved Team GBR up the standings after scoring respectable fifth and sixth place finishes.

18 Dec 2007: A1GP: Ireland’s points streak ends

Ireland maintained seventh place in the A1GP championship after the two Zhuhai races, but were squeezed off the podium by China in the sprint race and surrendered their record of always scoring during a trouble-strewn feature race.

17 Dec 2007: A1GP: Pakistan improve in China, but remain pointless

Team Pakistan remain one of a handful of nations yet to score a point in A1GP after two “chaotic” Chinese races in which driver Adam Khan posted a pair of 14th places.

8 Dec 2007: A1GP: Jarvis to drive in Zhuhai as GBR seek to bounce back

Team GBR will head for Zhuhai next weekend hoping for better luck in A1GP’s China race than they suffered during the last round in Malaysia.

8 Dec 2007: A1GP: Carroll hopes to continue Irish improvement in China

Team Ireland have confirmed Adam Carroll will drive for them in A1GP’s Chinese race on December 16th, where he hopes to keep up the team’s record of scoring points in every race.

25 Nov 2007: A1GP: Jani sweeps Swiss ahead in Malaysia

Switzerland muscled to the top of the A1GP standings following two commanding performances by Neel Jani in Malaysia.

24 Nov 2007: A1GP: Juggernaut Jani scores double pole

Swiss driver Neel Jani destroyed the opposition to score a double pole for A1GP’s Malaysian races, while Britain’s Oliver Jarvis managed a solid second and third.

20 Nov 2007: A1GP: Jarvis hopes to follow up Macau success

Oliver Jarvis will be getting back in the A1GP car this weekend to take part in the series’ Sepang stage – and he’ll be hoping to pull off another spectacular success. The Malaysian races will take place less than a week after Jarvis celebrated a commanding win in the Macau Grand Prix – widely seen as the ‘world cup’ of Formula 3 racing.

9 Nov 2007: A1GP: Team GB put on notice by Dutch

Oliver Jarvis has been put on notice for the Malaysian A1GP weekend – don’t expect to be in third place by the time the races are over, because the Dutch are coming to get you!

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