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May 5th, 2013
Vittorio Ghirelli claimed his maiden Auto GP victory after producing a charging performance from seventh on the reversed grid at the Hungaroring.
May 4th, 2013
Vittorio Ghirelli recorded his maiden Auto GP pole position at the Hungaroring on Saturday.
May 4th, 2013
Vittorio Ghirelli completed a clean sweep of fastest times from Auto GP sessions at the Hungaroring by carrying his dominant Friday testing form into Saturday’s pair of half-hour free practice sessions. The Italian recorded the fastest lap of the weekend in free practice one with a time of 1m32.662s
April 7th, 2013
Reigning Formula 2 champion Luciano Bacheta claimed victory in a delayed and crash-strewn reversed grid Auto GP race in Marrakech. Over half the field was eliminated in accidents, but polesitter Bacheta kept a level head and avoided contact in a wheel-to-wheel battle with Andrea Roda to take his maiden Auto GP win. Roda exercised caution in his duel with Bacheta, but was called in to serve a drive-through penalty for his part in a race-ending collision with early leader Antonio Spavone.
April 6th, 2013
Former Italian Formula 3 champion Sergio Campana recorded his maiden Auto GP pole position at Marrakech on Saturday afternoon. The half-hour session was stopped twice, but Campana and former HRT Formula 1 driver Narain Karthikeyan appeared unfazed by the red flags to stage a close fight for pole position throughout.
April 5th, 2013
Heavy rain has forced the cancellation of the Auto GP and World Touring Car Championship running scheduled for the Marrakech circuit on Friday. Auto GP organisers cancelled the opening free practice session earlier in the day due to the amount of standing water around the circuit Moulay el Hassan. With further storms hitting the track during the day, and the water showing no signs of subsisding, the rest of the day’s action has now given way.
March 23rd, 2013
Sergio Campana scored a dominant debut victory for Auto GP newcomer Ibiza Racing in Monza’s opening round of the 2013 series. Last year’s Marrakech Auto GP winner only received the call to race for restaurateur Giuseppe Cipriani’s team on Wednesday, and is fighting to secure a permanent seat in the championship. The 2011 Italian Formula 3 champion carefully negotiated a thrilling three-car fight with polesitter Riccardo Agostini and Kimiya Sato to move into the lead on the second lap.
March 22nd, 2013
Auto GP debutant Riccardo Agostini will head an all-Italian front two rows for Saturday afternoon’s opening race of 2013. The Manor MP Motorsport driver demoted his predecessor as Italian Formula 3 champion, Sergio Campana, from the head of the timing screens just four minutes from the end of the half-hour session. Agostini improved on his provisional pole time on his following tour, and achieved the honour of being the only man under the 1m36s barrier after recording a lap of 1m35.782s.
March 22nd, 2013
Robert Visoiu set the pace in the opening Auto GP free practice session of the 2013 at Monza. The Romanian rookie and Ghinzani Motorsport – with which he has graduated from Italian Formula 3 – is one of the few combinations to have tested Auto GP’s heavily-revised car before arriving at Monza
December 8th, 2012
The revised Auto GP car received a favourable reaction from drivers during its second day of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya on Friday. The new model was driven by reigning Auto GP champion Adrian Quaife-Hobbs and former Formula Renault 3.5 racer Vittorio Ghirelli at the final post-season test.
September 22nd, 2012
Pal Varhaug’s bid to secure the runner-up position in the Auto GP World Series received a huge boost when the Norwegian took his third victory of the season in race one at Sonoma. The Virtuosi UK driver produced a faultless drive after negotiating an opening lap melee to take the lead.
September 21st, 2012
Euronova Racing’s Sergey Sirotkin led the opening Auto GP World Series free practice session at Sonoma, on the championship’s maiden visit to the United States. Sirotkin recorded a fastest lap of 1m27.882s in the final minute of the half-hour session, having exchanged position at the top of the timing screens with 2012 champion Adrian Quaife-Hobbs throughout. Quaife-Hobbs was the only other driver to break into the 1m27s, ending the morning second, just 0.104 seconds behind Sirotkin
September 18th, 2012
Former Formula 1 driver Antonio Pizzonia will continue in Auto GP for the season finale at Sonoma this weekend after his double victory on his debut at Curitiba .
July 20th, 2012
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs claimed his fifth pole position in six races in a closely fought Auto GP World Series qualifying session at Curitiba. The result earns the Briton a point and moves the long standing championship leader a step closer to lifting the title in this penultimate meeting of the season. Series debutant Antonio Pizzonia and former Formula Master champion Chris van der Drift made Quaife-Hobbs work hard for his result
July 20th, 2012
Auto GP title favourite Adrian Quaife-Hobbs repeated his strong morning showing at Curitiba by setting the fastest time in the final free practice session ahead of Friday afternoon’s qualifying. The Briton improved on his earlier free practice one effort by just over a tenth of second to record a lap of 1m12.630s for Super Nova
June 2nd, 2012
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs converted pole position into his fourth victory of the season at round five of the Auto GP World Series at the Algarve. The Briton was overtaken for the lead into Turn 1 by Campos Racing’s Facu Regalia, but out-braked the Argentinean at the same spot on lap two. Once ahead, Quaife-Hobbs demonstrated strong pace on used medium compounds, and was only troubled passing a stubborn, out of sequence, Francesco Dracone (Virtuosi UK) five laps from home.
June 1st, 2012
Auto GP championship leader Adrian Quaife-Hobbs claimed his fourth pole position of the season courtesy of a controlled performance in qualifying for round six at Algarve. The Briton posted an early effort of 1m33.120s to move into first, and thereafter was never headed
June 1st, 2012
Virtuosi UK’s Pal Varhaug was fastest in the opening Auto GP free practice session at an overcast Algarve circuit. Fresh from victory in the Hungaroring’s reversed-grid race, the Norwegian’s time of 1m32.655s was three tenths faster than championship leader Adrian Quaife-Hobbs. Super Nova racer Quaife-Hobbs had appeared in dominant form during Portimao’s Thursday test, ending the day a second clear of the opposition and 0.012s quicker than Varhaug’s Friday morning time
May 4th, 2012
Auto GP championship leader Adrian Quaife-Hobbs was quickest as the series resumed after its three-week break at the Hungaroring.
April 15th, 2012
Chris van der Drift scored his maiden Auto GP victory in a manic reversed-grid race at Marrakech, securing his first win of any kind since sustaining multiple injuries in an enormous Superleague Formula crash at Brands Hatch in 2010. Van der Drift had trailed early leader Sergey Sirotkin by 4.8s when the Russian made his mandatory pitstop on lap 12