Archive for the ‘Race series’ Category

5 Jun 2010: F3: Rising stars to do battle in masters event

Five British drivers will be among the up-and-coming racing talents competing in the Masters of F3 all-star race to be held at Zandvoort this weekend.

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.

5 Jun 2010: IndyCar: Calls for rule changes as Conway recovers from crash

IndyCar driver Mike Conway says he is “feeling fine” and can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of a race car as he begins his recovery from his last-lap Indy 500 crash.

2 Jun 2010: A minute’s noise in Woking to remember Bruce McLaren

Usually, the anniversary of a death is marked with a minute’s silence – but when staff and management of the Formula One team that bears the name of Bruce McLaren gathered to remember his loss 40 years ago in a testing accident, quiet was not the order of the day.

2 Jun 2010: F1: Button is decorated following trip to the Palace

McLaren’s Jenson Button has swapped the rough-and-tumble of the Turkey racetrack for a chance to reflect on his achievements of the last year after visiting Buckingham Palace today to receive his MBE.

1 Jun 2010: Brits on Pole at large: Red-faced bulls and sunburnt fans

Brits on Pole’s roving news and feature writer Scott McCarthy was at Istanbul Park for the Turkish Grand Prix, where he grappled with dodgy bus drivers, over-priced cola and an invasion of Spanish fans dressed as matadors – not to mention seeing Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button duelling right under his nose. Here’s his review of the weekend.

1 Jun 2010: Brits on Pole at large: Flying high with Sam Bird

This weekend Brits on Pole reporter-at-large Scott McCarthy was in the stands at Istanbul Park. He also popped behind the scenes to the GP2 paddock to catch up with British racer Sam Bird. Here’s his report.

1 Jun 2010: The 2010 Indianapolis 500 in photos

They call it the greatest spectacle in racing – in a good year, 400,000 spectators can make the Indianapolis 500 the world’s biggest one-day sporting event. Here are highlights from the day’s action, from sunrise to race end, through the lenses of the IndyCar Series’ team of photographers.

1 Jun 2010: IndyCar: Injured Conway out for three months after Indy 500 smash

Mike Conway, the British driver airlifted to hospital after a horrific last-lap crash in yesterday’s Indianapolis 500, will miss three months with fractured bones in his back and left leg, according to IndyCar Series medical staff.

31 May 2010: British F3: Vergne rebounds from home race disappointment

Carlin’s Jean-Eric Vergne regained the lead of the British F3 International championship as the series visited Hockenheim, winning both the first and third races with ease from pole.

 
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