Adrian Quaife-Hobbs has wrapped up the Auto GP title despite crashing out of a 35 second lead when entering the pitlane in the second race in Curitiba. The race win was inherited by Antonio Pizzonia, who completed a double victory on his debut.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs moved a step closer to wrapping up the Auto GP title with pole position at Curitiba.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs made a fast start to a weekend in which he can wrap up the Auto GP title, beating home favourite and series debutant Antonio Pizzonia to top spot in both Friday practice sessions at Curitiba.
Max Snegirev was denied a shock pole position for the first of the FIA Formula Two Championship races at Brands Hatch by championship leader Luciano Bacheta at the very end of the qualifying session.
Markus Pommer pipped Christopher Zanella to top spot in the second FIA Formula Two practice session at Brands Hatch, as he bounced back from an early end to the morning session.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs scored his second Auto GP World Series win with a fine drive through from seventh place in Race 2 at Valencia, strengthening his points lead.
Teen sensation Sergey Sirotkin claimed his maiden Auto GP World Series win in the first race at Valencia.
Pal Varhaug claimed a fine victory in an epic second Auto GP race at Monza. The Norwegian driver started from seventh on the reverse grid, but gradually worked his way forward and jumped into the lead thanks to a quick pitstop from the brand-new Virtuosi UK outfit â€“ making just their second ever pitstop.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs won on his first start in the Auto GP World Series, converting pole position to victory in the first race of the season at Monza.
Auto GP organisers have revealed the entry list for the 2012 season, which gets underway at Monza this weekend in support of the World Touring Car Championship.
Jack Clarke used a superb getaway to claim his maiden FIA Formula Two Championship victory in the first race at Brands Hatch….