Luiz Razia is announced by Marussia as their second race driver for 2013
Marussia has revealed its 2013 Formula One World Championship, the MR02, in Jerez ahead of the first pre-season test. The Anglo-Russian outfit’s car is the first designed by its new…
Toro Rosso, like other teams this week, have announced the drivers that they have selected for the Young Driver Test in Abu Dhabi on 6-8th November.
Giedo van der Garde ended the 2012 GP2 Series season on a high with a lights-to-flag victory in the Singapore sprint race. The Dutchman led away from the reverse grid…
Max Chilton did everything he could to prove he deserved to be made Marussia’s reserve driver by winning the GP2 feature race in Singapore. Meanwhile, Davide Valsecchi secured the championship with one race to spare by finishing in fourth place, one spot ahead of his rival Luiz Razia.
Luca Filippi continued to show it’s done upon his GP2 Series return by claiming pole position for the category’s first race in Singapore. The Italian, who won his first race back with Coloni at Monza two weeks ago, denied new Marussia reserve Max Chilton a third pole of the season by 0.05 seconds.
Jules Bianchi was the fastest driver on Day One of the three-day Young Driver test at Magny-Cours.
Marcus Ericsson got his first GP2 Series win for more than two years in a feature race at Spa-Francorchamps that was disrupted by a lengthy red flag following a heavy crash for Nigel Melker.
Esteban Gutierrez claimed a lights-to-flag victory in the GP2 sprint race at the Hungaroring to score his third win of the year.
Max Chilton has claimed his maiden win in GP2 in the feature race at the Hungaroring. The British driver successfully converted pole position into victory, despite pressure late-on from Davide Valsecchi.
Max Chilton has scored his first GP2 Series pole position with a last-gasp effort at the Hungaroring, ensuring a British presence at the front of the grid for the feature race despite a penalty for second-place qualifier James Calado.
Johnny Cecotto took victory in the GP2 Series feature race at Hockenheim thanks to his gamble on slicks at the start of the race paying off.
Giedo van der Garde scored his second pole position of the GP2 Series season with the fastest time in a rainy qualifying session at Hockenheim.
Davide Valsecchi posted the fastest time ahead of GP2 title rival Luiz Razia in a practice session at Hockenheim that was disrupted by a heavy crash for Giancarlo Serenelli and then rain.
The Formula 1 title battle remains fairly open amongst several drivers as the 2012 season reaches its halfway point at this weekendâ€™s German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. But in both GP2 and GP3, two head-to-head battles have started to appear.