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March 8th, 2013
Five winners of the Nissan GT Academy will team up for an attack on this year’s FIA GT and Blancpain Endurance Series. The British RJN squad will field a pair of Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3s across the two sister series for a roster of drivers that includes the first Academy winner, Lucas Ordonez, and the four drivers who came out on top in the 2012 contests
February 14th, 2013
M-Sport boss Malcolm Wilson said Pontus Tidemand’s performance on his World Rally Car debut in Sweden last weekend came as a total surprise. The 22-year-old Swede made the big step up from the WRC Academy, where he finished third in 2012, to drive a privately-entered top-class Ford for his home rally .
November 11th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb ended his final year of full-time World Rally Championship competition by sealing his 76th career victory with a eighth successive Rally of Spain triumph. Loeb was out of sorts in Friday morning’s downpours on the gravel stages , but was making progress up the order even before hitting the asphalt on Saturday. Nearly 40 seconds off the lead in fifth early on, by the rally’s midway point Loeb’s Citroen was leading by 20s.
October 7th, 2012
Britain’s Elfyn Evans says he will use his WRC Academy win as a springboard into the World Rally Championship proper next season. The 23-year-old Welshman’s Rallye de France success on Saturday meant he became the first Briton to win a world rally title since Niall McShea lifted the Production Car WRC in 2004. Evans succeeds Ireland’s Craig Breen as Academy champion.
April 16th, 2012
Nissan and Playstation have expanded the GT Academy to incorporate four separate competitions covering Europe, Germany, USA and Russia. GT Academy has produced four graduates since 2008 and all of them have a race programme with Nissan for 2012.
April 6th, 2012
Leading Northern Irish driver Alastair Fisher is hoping for wet weather on the Circuit of Ireland – which starts from Belfast on Friday. Fisher feels rain could help to destabilise the Intercontinental Rally Challenge regulars like Jan Kopecky and Juho Hanninen.
March 31st, 2012
Alastair Fisher has become the first Briton to win a WRC Academy rally, after he dominated the Rally of Portugal round of the series. The WRC Academy does not contest the full length of the main WRC round, allowing the Northern Irishman the chance to celebrate his maiden series win this afternoon
January 31st, 2012
The FIA has confirmed the World Rally Championship Academy Cup will go ahead as planned this season – with M-Sport offering a full 2013 WRC season as a prize to the winner. There had been concerns for the WRC’s support series following the loss of promoter North One Sport earlier this month, but the governing body has confirmed a six-round Academy will begin on the Rally of Portugal in March.
November 18th, 2011
McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award winner Lewis Williamson has been named as one of 18 drivers chosen for the 2012 FIA Institute Young Driver Excellence Academy. The 21-year-old Briton, who was a race-winner with Arden in GP3 this year and recently tested a McLaren Formula 1 car, came through four days of on and off-track testing, which was assessed by the Institiute’s performance managers; Alex Wurz and Robert Reid. Among the other drivers selected for the Academy were Formula Renault UK champion Alex Lynn, Formula 2 race-winner Ramon Pineiro and Irish rally driver Craig Breen, who triumphed in a Race of Champions-style contest that concluded the assessment stage.
October 28th, 2011
Rally driver Kevin Abbring has won the Driver of the Academy award following the completion of the FIA Institute Young Driver Excellence Academy for 2011. The 22-year-old Dutchman, along with the 11 other drivers included in the FIA Institute Academy, completed the final workshop in Austria this week. The award win comes shortly before Abbring’s chance with Volkswagen’s young driver assessment programme on next month’s Rally GB.
February 28th, 2011
Davide Rigon’s first test in a Formula 1 Ferrari was postponed today when the Ferrari Driver Academy curtailed its planned Fiorano running due to extremely cold and wet weather.
February 4th, 2011
Eighteen drivers from across the world will fight for a place on the FIA Institute’s inaugural Academy scheme in a shoot-out which starts on Sunday. The drivers come from race and rally backgrounds and face a three-day shoot-out for one of 10 slots on the ground-breaking Academy, which will be run by Alex Wurz and Robert Reid. Wurz will put the 18 through a rigorous examination of their driving skills, including the ability to maintain the highest possible average speed around a circuit mixing high and low-speed corners, while in top gear in a race-spec BMW M3
December 13th, 2010
Brazilian Nicola Costa will become the latest driver to join the Ferrari Driver Academy. The 19-year-old from Rio de Janeiro won the Formula Future Fiat championship last weekend and thus will become a part of Ferrari’s training programme for young drivers. The championship, created this season, is backed by Felipe Massa.
October 24th, 2010
Next year’s World Rally Championship will include an all-new feeder series, the six-round WRC Academy, details of which have been revealed at today’s Catalunya Rally. The series, run in a partnership between motorsport’s governing body, the FIA and the WRC’s global promoter, North One Sport, will offer young drivers the chance to compete in equal machinery as it will be a one-make series for the Ford Fiesta R2. Next year’s Pirelli Star Drivers, who will be announced in Salou later this afternoon, will also take part in the WRC Academy