Archive for the ‘Race series’ Category

21 Aug 2008: Superleague Formula: Liverpool FC become latest team to join

Seventeen down, three to go – Superleague Formula’s ambition to have 20 football-themed 750hp, V12 single-seaters racing at Donington Park at the end of this month came a step closer with the announcement that Liverpool have signed up.

21 Aug 2008: Valencia – fast, challenging and with a nasty bump to beware of

Wondering what it’s like to drive a lap at the new Valencia street course? So are most of the F1 and GP2 drivers who are heading there this weekend.

21 Aug 2008: F1: Regulator accepts ITV’s apology for Brundle’s ‘pikey’ remark

The broadcasting regulator Ofcom says it intends to take no further action after ITV apologised for Martin Brundle’s use of the word ‘pikey’ during the run-in to the Canadian Grand Prix.

10 Aug 2008: Superleague Formula: Tottenham Hotspur and Ryan Dalziel sign up

With less than three weeks to go before the inaugural race of the football-themed Superleague Formula racing series, new teams are still being added and drivers are being chosen.

10 Aug 2008: IRL: Castroneves unlucky in Kentucky

Scott Dixon’s seemingly-unstoppable march to this year’s IRL championship continued in Kentucky with a last lap overtake of the luckless Helio Castroneves to take victory in the Meijer Indy 300.

4 Aug 2008: F3: Turvey finds you can’t win ’em all

Oliver Turvey came close to dominating the Spa rounds of the British F3 International series, setting the fastest time in two practice sessions, scoring pole for both races, and winning the first one.

3 Aug 2008: F1: Hungarian Grand Prix in six words

It was a race that featured spectacular engine failures, blazing fuelling rigs, sudden punctures and Formula One’s 100th winner – a busy afternoon, but we’ve summarised every team and driver in just six words each.

3 Aug 2008: F1: Kovalainen wins as Massa is robbed on brink

Heikki Kovalainen took his debut Formula One win in Hungary after a spectacular engine failure stopped Felipe Massa in his tracks just three laps from victory.

3 Aug 2008: F1: Hungarian Grand Prix live blog

This weekend’s race is McLaren’s to lose – can they manage it?

3 Aug 2008: GP2: Senna closes in on Pantano’s lead

Giorgio Pantano remains GP2 series leader following the Hungarian round of the championship – but Bruno Senna made up ground and is now hot on the Italian’s heels.

 
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