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April 20th, 2013
Reigning champion Gordon Shedden took pole for the Donington Park round of the British Touring Car Championship. The works Honda Civic driver was third fastest after the first runs, behind practice pacesetter Andrew Jordan’s Eurotech Civic and MG’s Jason Plato. Frank Wrathall’s Dynojet Toyota Avensis then moved to the top with a surprise 1m10.123s, which stood as the benchmark heading into the closing moments of the session.
April 16th, 2013
British Touring Car squad Motorbase believes it can challenge at the front at Donington Park this weekend after making progress with its NGTC Ford Focuses. Motorbase drivers Mat Jackson and Aron Smith suffered a troubled weekend at the Brands Hatch season opener, scoring a best finish of seventh amid reliability issues. The team has tested and worked since Brands to improve the NGTC machines and believes it has made progress.
April 15th, 2013
British Touring Car racer Andy Neate’s new Chevrolet Cruze will not make its debut until the Oulton Park round in June. The former works MG driver set up his own IP Tech Race Engineering team to run a new NGTC Cruze for this season. The squad, which will run under the Team Club 44 banner, had planned to appear at the Donington Park round this weekend, after a testing programme.
February 7th, 2013
The Auto GP World Series will race at Silverstone this year, giving it two British dates in 2013. The single-seater championship is joining the Blancpain Endurance Series bill on June 1-2.
November 28th, 2012
British Touring Car race winner Dave Newsham and privateer Lea Wood will test with Speedworks Motorsport tomorrow as they assess their 2013 options. Newsham took two wins on his way to ninth in the 2012 standings in an ES Racing S2000 Vauxhall Vectra, while Wood was 14th in his self-run car.
October 22nd, 2012
British Formula 3 champion Jack Harvey will make his GP3 debut with Carlin in the upcoming test at Jerez. Harvey, who was crowned F3 champion in the season finale at Donington earlier this month, joins Formula Renault BARC runner-up Josh Webster and Formula Ford race winner Eric Lichenstein at the team for the test. Webster will be in action during both days of the test, while Lichenstein will drive on the first day before handing over to Harvey for the second and final day
September 30th, 2012
Jack Harvey is the British Formula 3 champion after leading the Donington Park finale almost from start to finish. Harvey soaked up massive pressure from Alex Lynn, who passed him briefly at the Melbourne hairpin, to take the title
September 30th, 2012
The final FIA GT1 World Championship will be decided on Sunday afternoon at Donington Park, with only three points between the two protagonist teams: Markus Winkelhock/Marc Basseng and Yelmer Buurman/Michael Bartels.
September 29th, 2012
Fred Makowiecki and Stef Dusseldorp lost their outside chance of claiming the FIA GT1 World Championship title at the Donington Park finale, despite winning the qualifying race on Saturday afternoon in their Hexis McLaren. A swift mandatory pitstop put Dusseldorp out ahead of the Reiter Lamborghini of Stefan Rosina and Peter Kox, which had led the race since the second lap.
September 29th, 2012
Laurens Vanthoor set pole position in Team WRT’s Audi R8 LMS for the FIA GT1 World Championship finale at Donington Park. The Belgian lapped the Donington Park Grand Prix circuit in 1m27.746s, 0.124s faster than Fred Makowiecki’s Hexis-run McLaren. That means Vanthoor’s team-mate, World GT1 debutant Adam Carroll , will start this afternoon’s qualifying race from pole, with Makowiecki’s partner Stef Dusseldorp alongside
September 27th, 2012
Adam Carroll will make his FIA GT1 World Championship debut at this weekend’s Donington Park season finale with the WRT Audi team. Carroll, 29, will partner Laurens Vanthoor in one of the Belgian team’s R8 LMS ultras as regular driver Stephane Ortelli is on French GT duty instead.
September 26th, 2012
Donington Park will undergo a multi-million pound renovation in a bid to restore the infield damage which resulted from the track’s ill-fated bid to land the British Grand Prix.
September 24th, 2012
Carlin’s appeal into Jack Harvey’s time penalty from the British Formula 3 International Series round at Silverstone is to be heard this Wednesday, ensuring that the title will be decided on-track at Donington Park this weekend. Harvey finished second on the road in race two at Silverstone, but a 30-second time penalty for his part in a collision with Pipo Derani as they battled for the lead relegated him to 12th in the results. If the Motor Sports Association accepts the appeal, Harvey will move to within six points of his championship-leading team-mate Jazeman Jaafar, and will be three points behind second-placed Fortec Motorsport driver Felix Serralles.
September 18th, 2012
Red Bull junior driver Carlos Sainz Jr will pass up his slim chance to win the British Formula 3 International Series title by skipping the final round at Donington Park on September 29/30. The 18-year-old Spaniard will instead contest the clashing FIA European/Euro Series F3 round at Valencia in his Carlin Dallara-Volkswagen. Sainz is equal fourth in the British rankings , 56 points behind leader Jazeman Jaafar with just 63 available
September 18th, 2012
British Formula 3 and GT organisers are targeting live TV for 2013 after announcing increased coverage of the Donington Park season finales. The concluding round of the FIA GT1 World Championship has moved to the same September 29-30 meeting , helping the push for live coverage of British F3 and GT. Motors TV will show Saturday’s Donington F3 race on the Sunday, followed by delayed ‘as-live’ coverage of the remaining two races and the GT title decider later in the afternoon
September 14th, 2012
The FIA GT1 World Championship will climax at Donington Park at the end of September in place of the original finale planned for the Buddh International Circuit in India. The Indian event, scheduled for December, has been cancelled after series boss Stephane Ratel was unable to guarantee the 18-car field he was contracted to provide . In order to maintain the championship at nine rounds, the world championship will now join up with the British GT/Formula 3 meeting at Donington on September 29/30, just one week after the penultimate event at the Nurburgring.
September 9th, 2012
Alex Lynn took victory in a thrilling British Formula 3 International Series finale at Silverstone. The 18-year-old from Essex had to fight back from fourth place, and took the lead from Jazeman Jaafar into the Brooklands left-hander with just over two laps remaining. Jaafar grabbed the advantage from poleman Lynn with a great move into Becketts on the opening lap and, with Lynn forced off line, he conceded further places to Harry Tincknell and Carlos Sainz Jr
September 6th, 2012
Parts of Donington Park’s famous Dunlop Bridge will be auctioned off for charity at the Goodwood Revival race meeting on September 15.
July 14th, 2012
OAK Racing driver Matthieu Lahaye claimed the first pole position of his sportscar career at the Donington Park round of the European Le Mans Series. The 27-year-old Frenchman topped the times in his OAK Morgan-Judd 2012 LMP2 at the end of a closely-fought qualifying session on a 1m20.921s. That was just over one tenth clear of second-placed Mathias Beche in the TDS Racing ORECA-Nissan 03
June 7th, 2012
Ex-Formula 2 race winner Will Bratt will make his British Touring Car debut at Oulton Park this weekend. The 24-year-old will drive Rob Austin Racing’s second Audi A4, while team boss Rob Austin’s car is still being repaired after its crash at Thruxton.