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April 20th, 2013
Fabio Leimer won the Bahrain GP2 Series feature race at the Sakhir circuit, the second round of the Formula 1 feeder championship. The Racing Engineering driver won from pole position, but his near one-second advantage from qualifying did not quite translate into the easy victory run he might have expected
April 19th, 2013
Fabio Leimer set pole position for Saturday’s feature race in the second round of the GP2 Series in Bahrain, thrashing his nearest opposition by almost a second.
March 22nd, 2013
Stefano Coletti will start the opening race of the GP2 Series in Malaysia from pole position after a thrilling qualifying session on Friday in which the top three were covered by eight-thousandths of a second. Coletti set his 1m44.280s best lap relatively early on his second run on the soft-compound tyre, and sat out the last eight minutes of the Sepang session to watch his rivals attempt to knock him off the top of the times. The first to come close was Carlin’s Felipe Nasr, but his best effort was 0.008 seconds slower after a lock-up into the final hairpin and a snatch of oversteer on the way out
February 28th, 2013
James Calado was quickest as the first GP2 test of 2013 wrapped up at Jerez on Thursday. Tom Dillmann, still hunting for a drive, had set the pace on the opening two days with new team Hilmer. But the German squad opted not to run on the final day bar a quick shakedown lap
February 20th, 2013
Auto GP champion Adrian Quaife-Hobbs will move into GP2 with MP Motorsport this season. Quaife-Hobbs dominated Auto GP with Super Nova in 2012. He will line up alongside Daniel de Jong at MP as it makes its GP2 debut
January 31st, 2013
GP3 champion Mitch Evans will make a one-off return appearance to New Zealand’s Toyota Racing Series this weekend. The 18-year-old Kiwi will use the New Zealand Motor Cup meeting at Hampton Downs to re-acclimatise himself to racing ahead of returning to Europe for his GP2 campaign with Arden International
January 17th, 2013
Rene Binder has retained his Lazarus seat for the 2013 GP2 campaign.
January 9th, 2013
Red Bull junior drivers Carlos Sainz Jr and Daniil Kvyat will move into GP3 this season with MW Arden. Sainz, son of rally legend Carlos Sainz, spent last year in Formula 3 after winning the 2010 Formula Renault Eurocup title. The 18-year-old Spaniard finished fifth in the FIA European series and sixth in British F3
December 30th, 2012
Arden sporting manager Julian Rouse has applauded Antonio Felix da Costa’s attitude to racing for and against his team in Formula Renault 3.5 and GP3 this year. Da Costa started the year driving for Carlin in GP3, before being drafted into Arden Caterham’s FR3.5 line-up mid-season when he was picked up by Red Bull.
October 22nd, 2012
GP3 champion Mitch Evans got his first taste of the new car that will be used in the series from the 2013 season.
September 10th, 2012
Mitch Evans says stepping up to GP2 is the ultimate goal for him after clinching the GP3 title last weekend.
September 8th, 2012
Mitch Evans scored a crucial pole position that extended his championship lead at Monza on Saturday morning. The Kiwi’s fourth pole of the year means he can clinch the title in today’s first race at the season finale, having outpaced his nearest rival Antonio Felix da Costa by 0.02s to claim the four points on offer. Evans extends his lead to 25.5 points.
September 7th, 2012
GP3 Series championship leader Mitch Evans set the pace in Friday’s practice for the final rounds at Monza this weekend. The 18-year-old New Zealander moved to the top of the times halfway into the 45 minute session, before dropping down the field as first Tamas Pal Kiss and then one of Evans’s title challengers Aaro Vainio went quicker.
September 6th, 2012
Antonio Felix da Costa believes he is in good shape for this weekend’s GP3 championship decider at Monza. The Red Bull-backed racer is one of four drivers still in with a chance of the crown at the season finale. Mark Webber protege Mitch Evans leads da Costa by 21.5 points, while Aaro Vainio is a further three back
September 3rd, 2012
GP3 championship leader Mitch Evans says he does not feel under pressure heading into the title-deciding round at Monza. The Mark Webber protégé leads the way in what will be a four-way shootout for the GP3 title in Italy. Red Bull junior Antonio Felix da Costa trails him by 21.5 points, while Aaro Vainio is 24.5 back and Daniel Abt is 35 behind
September 1st, 2012
Mitch Evans took a small but significant step towards the GP3 Series title by scoring four points for pole position at Spa-Francorchamps on Saturday morning. This extends his championship lead to 21 over closest rival Aaro Vainio
July 29th, 2012
Antonio Felix da Costa completed an incredible double victory in the GP3 Series at the Hungaroring after a sensational victory in the second race. The Portuguese driver followed up his win from yesterday by giving Carlin its fourth international single-seater success of the weekend, after taking a perfectly-timed pitstop for slicks on a drying track. Morning thunderstorms meant the track was wet at the start, but sunny conditions at start-time meant it was always going to dry throughout the 16-lap race
July 28th, 2012
Antonio Felix da Costa led round 11 of the GP3 Series from start to finish at the Hungaroring on Saturday evening to score his second victory of the season, and the third of his career, for Carlin. There was huge drama on the opening half lap of the race, as poleman Aaro Vainio (Lotus) made a terrible start, while his title rival Mitch Evans (MW Arden) made a blinder from the second row. Despite weaving at Evans, which put him on the grass, Vainio could do nothing to stop the Kiwi coming past him, who then took the fight to leader da Costa.
July 28th, 2012
Aaro Vainio secured his second pole position of the 2012 GP3 Series at the Hungaroring on Saturday morning, and has closed the gap to points leader Mitch Evans as a result. Lotus racer Vainio set two laps good enough for pole position, his initial 1m36.133s later topped by a last effort of 1m36.052s. That gave him a pole position advantage of 0.249 seconds over Antonio Felix da Costa’s Carlin car, and the four points Vainio gains means he is now 14 points behind Evans (MW Arden), who could only qualify third, 0.329s off the Finn’s pace
July 27th, 2012
GP3 Series title challenger Aaro Vainio set the pace in the 45-minute free practice session at the Hungaroring on Friday morning in his Lotus entry.