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April 5th, 2013
Giacomo Ricci will miss this weekend’s Marrakech Auto GP meeting due to budgetary reasons; the MLR71 team instead fielding a single car for team owner Michele la Rosa. Ricci, 28, raced for the team at the Monza season-opener last month and has been la Rosa’s driving coach for the past year
March 22nd, 2013
Formula Renault 3.5 refugee Vittorio Ghirelli set the fastest time in the final Auto GP free practice session ahead of qualifying at Monza on Friday afternoon. The Italian Super Nova racer recorded a best lap of 1m36.428s, eclipsing German F3 graduate Kimiya Sato by just 0.098s.
March 15th, 2013
Auto GP has attracted 21 registered cars for the 2013 season, which commences at Monza on March 23-24.
January 18th, 2013
Giacomo Ricci wants to return to Auto GP full-time next year in a bid to rejuvenate his single-seater career. The 27-year-old Italian was a GP2 race-winner with DPR in 2010, but has raced only sporadically since
September 22nd, 2012
Valencia winner Sergey Sirotkin underlined his strong start to the Auto GP World Series season finale at Sonoma by setting the fastest time in second free practice on Friday afternoon. Sirotkin’s lap of 1m27.808 was 0.074 seconds faster than his own benchmark time from practice one , and gives impetus to the Russian’s bid to steal second position in the drivers’ standings from Pal Varhaug. Recently crowned Auto GP champion Adrian Quaife-Hobbs repeated his morning position of second, just 0.085s adrift of Euronova driver Sirotkin
September 12th, 2012
Giacomo Ricci will return to Auto GP for the final round of the championship next week. The Italian will join the MLR71 team to drive alongside Michele la Rosa at the Sonoma circuit in California.
May 31st, 2012
Juan Carlos Sistos has joined Zele Racing for this weekend’s Auto GP round at the Algarve circuit as the team expands back to a two-car line-up.
April 15th, 2012
Virtuosi UK racer Pal Varhaug has received a 25-second post-race penalty for a final lap incident in the second Auto GP event of the weekend at Marrakech. Varhaug finished third on the road, but drops to seventh place after the imposition of the penalty. The Norwegian cut a chicane on the last lap when under pressure from Super Nova’s championship leader Adrian Quaife-Hobbs.
March 9th, 2012
Sergio Campana was quickest in the final Auto GP practice session before Friday afternoon’s first qualifying session of the year at Monza. The 2011 Italian Formula 3 champion recorded a fastest time 1m37.115s for new team MLR71 while morning pace-setter Sergey Sirotkin was second quickest, 0.131s adrift in his Euronova entry.
February 17th, 2012
Super Nova will no longer be part of the GP2 field in 2012, with its place taken by Auto GP squad Lazarus.
November 11th, 2011
Pre-race favourite Esteban Gutierrez dominated free practice for this weekend’s non-championship GP2 event in Abu Dhabi. The ART driver went to the top of the times with 20 minutes left of the session, with a lap that then put him 1.5 seconds clear of the field. This displaced GP2 rookie Tom Dillmann, driving for iSport, from the top of the leaderboard after the Frenchman set the pace during the early running.
October 20th, 2010
Formula Renault 3.5 frontrunner Esteban Guerrieri will return to Superleague Formula for the football-themed series’ season finale at Navarra this weekend. The 25-year-old Argentinean drove for various Superleague teams in 2009, winning with Al Ain at Zolder and Olympiacos at Estoril, but has not raced in the series since the end of last year. He will drive for PSV Eindhoven in Spain, taking the seat occupied by Earl Bamber in Beijing.
October 10th, 2010
Tottenham Hotspur’s Craig Dolby won his first Superleague Formula race since the Silverstone season opener in the first ever event at the Beijing International street circuit on Sunday. Dolby took the lead during the mandatory pitstops, having run second during the opening stint to Roma’s Julien Jousse. But Jousse lost time with a sticking left-rear wheel at his stop, and was then given a drive-through penalty soon after for jumping the start.
September 28th, 2010
GP2 race-winner Giacomo Ricci will make his Superleague Formula debut and Franck Perera will return to the series after a two-round absence at Ordos this weekend in the latest round of driver shuffles in the football based category. Italian 25-year-old Ricci, who also tried Auto GP for the first time at Navarra last weekend, is stepping into the Galatasaray entry for the championship’s first trip to China. He replaces Andy Soucek, as the former Formula 2 champion has been transferred to the Flamengo car in place of the absent Duncan Tappy
September 26th, 2010
Romain Grosjean dominated the second Auto GP race at Navarra on Sunday. Pole-sitter Natacha Gachnang made a great start and comfortably led the opening lap.
September 25th, 2010
Natacha Gachnang will start the reversed-grid second Auto GP race from pole position tomorrow at Navarra after two drivers were hit with penalties. Gravity’s female racer has been promoted to the front row after race stewards decided to hit her team-mate Jan Charouz with a 25-second time penalty for incidents involving Adrien Tambay and Stefano Bizzari. This has dropped Charouz fifth to 10th.
August 2nd, 2010
Lewis Hamilton was the big loser in the Castrol Rankings this week after a disastrous Hungarian Grand Prix. Not only did a gearbox failure put the McLaren driver out of the Hungaroring race and the lead of the Formula 1 World Championship; It also cost him his second place in the Rankings.
August 1st, 2010
DPR’s Giacomo Ricci took his first victory in the GP2 main series in today’s sprint race at the Hungaroring.
May 29th, 2010
Pastor Maldonado has become the fifth winner in as many races in GP2 this year following an emphatic victory in Turkey today.
May 13th, 2010
Pastor Maldonado delivered on his reputation as a street race specialist by dominating today’s opening GP2 practice session in Monaco.