Tag: Racing Steps Foundation
GP3: Carlin swoops to save Smith’s season
Dean Smith, winner of the award for last year’s top young British driver, has been saved from a possible season on the sidelines after the Racing Steps Foundation teamed up with Carlin to secure him a seat in GP3.
GP2 testing day two: Maldonado takes bragging rights again
Racing Engineering’s Dani Clos battled Rapax’ Pastor Maldonado for the bragging rights of the second day of GP2 pre-season testing today – but could not knock yesterday’s leader off his perch.
GP2 testing day one: Maldonado and Rapax lead the way
Venezuelan GP2 veteran Pastor Maldonado made the most of a wet day at the Paul Ricard circuit in southern France yesterday to put his Rapax team at the head of the unofficial timesheet with a fastest afternoon lap of 1:12.987.
F3: Calado tops Snetterton timesheets on first day of 2010 testing
Racing Steps Foundation driver James Calado topped the timesheets on the first day of British F3 testing yesterday as a field of 22 got to grips with the first sessions of 2010.Categorised under: Archive, British F3
Racing Steps Foundation moves to support more young drivers
The hunt for the British racing champions of the future has received a major boost with the news that the Racing Steps Foundation will be throwing its weight behind a new national elite squad.
GP2: Turvey signs for iSport in GP2 main and Asia championships
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.Tagged as: James Calado, Oliver Turvey, Racing Steps Foundation
Opinion: Why Turvey’s ambition may be his downfall
So, Brendon Hartley has got a shot at a F1 test with Red Bull. What does that mean for his overlooked Carlin team-mate, the UK’s Oliver Turvey? Is he still the new Lewis Hamilton? Or the new Mike Conway instead?Categorised under: Archive, British F3, Opinion
GP2: Turvey targets top drive plus title (and a Macau Grand Prix win…)
British F3 International runner-up Oliver Turvey is hoping for a front-running GP2 drive next year – despite losing out to 18-year-old team-mate Jaime Alguersuari in the junior series’ final round. And he’s got high hopes of the Macau Grand Prix…Categorised under: Archive, British F3, GP2
F3: Oliver Turvey is riding high in championship
Oliver Turvey is leading the British Formula Three championship on 222 points with just two races left to go – but he’ll have to wait a while before claiming a win.Categorised under: Archive, British F3