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April 28th, 2013
Carlos Huertas took a dominant victory in horrendous weather conditions in the second Formula Renault 3.5 race at Aragon. The Colombian, who was a surprise front-row starter after a heavily disrupted qualifying session in the morning, inherited the lead when pole man Norman Nato went off at the first corner after the safety car pulled in at the start of lap four.
April 28th, 2013
Formula Renault 3.5 rookie Norman Nato took pole for race two at Aragon in a chaotic wet qualifying session on Sunday morning. The Frenchman came out on top in a session blighted by red-flag stoppages, while his DAMS team-mate and championship leader Kevin Magnussen will start from the back after he spun into the gravel in the treacherous conditions. Nato set his best time in the longest run of activity without a stoppage, initially edging Stoffel Vandoorne for pole before Magnussen’s spin brought out the red flag.
April 26th, 2013
Kevin Magnussen made a strong start to the Aragon Formula Renault 3.5 weekend, topping all three test sessions at the Spanish track. After leading the way in Thursday’s additional test which was granted to teams after pre-season testing at the same venue was snowed off , Magnussen then set the pace in both wet and dry conditions in Friday’s free practice sessions.
March 19th, 2013
Red Bull junior Antonio Felix da Costa led the way on the first day of the final Formula Renault 3.5 pre-season test at Barcelona. The Arden Caterham driver edged out morning pacesetter Kevin Magnussen by less than one tenth of a second, as several cars smashed the lap record set by da Costa in last season’s finale.
March 8th, 2013
New McLaren junior Stoffel Vandoorne continued his strong start to pre-season testing in Formula Renault 3.5 by topping the first day of running at Paul Ricard. The reigning Formula Renault Eurocup champion, who topped the first day at Aragon last week before the rest of that test was cancelled due to snow , knocked Red Bull protege Antonio Felix da Costa off the top of the times at the end of the day. Da Costa had led the way for much of the test, setting the pace in the wet morning session before trading blows at the head of the field with Kevin Magnussen when the track dried.
February 28th, 2013
British Formula 3 runner-up Jazeman Jaafar will make his debut at the wheel of a Formula 1 car when he drives a Mercedes during an exhibition run in Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian driver, who has moved to the Formula Renault 3.5 series this year, will climb into the cockpit of the grand prix car for a run around the Petronas Twin Towers on March 17.
November 24th, 2012
Formula Renault Eurocup champion Stoffel Vandoorne broke Robin Frijns’s lap record on the final day of Formula Renault 3.5 testing at Aragon on Friday. Vandoorne, who succeeded FR3.5 champion Frijns as the winner of the Eurocup in Renault’s 2-litre category this year, switched from DAMS to drive the Dutchman’s title-winning car for Fortec Motorsports on the final day.
October 25th, 2012
Marco Sorensen topped the second day of Formula Renault 3.5 testing at Barcelona on Wednesday. The Dane, who finished sixth in the series for Lotus this season, stayed with the team for the two-day test
October 23rd, 2012
Kevin Magnussen led the way on the first day of post-season Formula Renault 3.5 testing at Barcelona on Tuesday. The McLaren junior driver, who finished seventh in the championship with Carlin this season, led the way throughout the test, driving for DAMS.
October 22nd, 2012
Carlos Sainz Jr will get his first taste of Formula Renault 3.5 machinery during this week’s post-season test at Barcelona.
October 15th, 2012
Antonio Felix da Costa and Kevin Korjus will take part in an F3 Cup race at Snetterton later this month to make themselves eligible for the Macau Grand Prix. Red Bull Junior driver da Costa and fellow Formula Renault 3.5 race winner Kevin Korjus will drive with British F3 squads Carlin and Double R Racing respectively in the championship, which is a domestic UK series for older F3 machinery
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
Harry Tincknell scored his traditional reversed-grid British Formula 3 International Series victory at Donington Park as Jack Harvey moved into the championship lead with just one round remaining. Tincknell converted his pole position into the lead with a good start, but the title chase took a dramatic twist when pre-race points leader Jazeman Jaafar was eliminated in a first-lap collision with Alex Lynn at the Old Hairpin
September 27th, 2012
Jack Harvey was fastest as the British Formula 3 International Series field completed two sessions of testing before this weekend’s final round at Donington Park.
September 26th, 2012
British Formula 3 ace Jack Harvey has won his appeal against his 30-second time penalty from the recent round at Silverstone.
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 13th, 2012
Jack Harvey topped the British Formula 3 International Series test at Donington Park on Thursday as the five title contenders filled the leading five positions. Harvey got his time in early during the three-and-a-half hours of running in his Carlin Dallara-Volkswagen. Although the Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes of Alex Lynn and Carlin driver Carlos Sainz Jr improved to within a tenth of a second of Harvey, they could not quite match the Lincolnshire man
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 9th, 2012
British Formula 3 International Series title contender Jack Harvey has been hit with his second penalty of the weekend at Silverstone. Harvey, who finished second in race two in his Carlin Dallara-Volkswagen, has had 30 seconds added onto his race time for his collision with Pipo Derani, and for weaving along the start-finish straight to keep the Brazilian behind. Harvey has also been given a five-place grid demotion for the weekend’s third and final race, dropping him from third to eighth in the starting order
September 9th, 2012
Puerto Rican Felix Serralles won a pulsating British Formula 3 International Series reversed-grid race at Silverstone to edge back into the points lead with four races remaining. Serralles was on hand to benefit when a first-lap clash at Brooklands between poleman Pipo Derani and pre-race points leader Jack Harvey delayed both.