August 22nd, 2013
JR Hildebrand returned to the cockpit of an IndyCar for the first time since splitting with Panther Racing when he tested with Bryan Herta Autosport at Sonoma on Wednesday. The 25-year-old, who will also race for the team at Sonoma this weekend, said that the day represented a good opportunity to familiarise himself with the team and engineer Todd Malloy.
August 9th, 2013
James Davison is hoping that his solid IndyCar debut with Dale Coyne Racing at Mid-Ohio was enough to convince another team to give him an opportunity.
August 2nd, 2013
Auto GP championship challenger Kimiya Sato believes the experience of testing for Sauber in Formula 1′s young driver test last month will boost his title prospects. The 23-year-old Japanese lost his long held advantage in the drivers’ standings after a first-lap retirement at Mugello last month, although he still shares the points lead and is behind Sergio Campana only on countback. Sato expects his testing experience will be of benefit however as he expects it to put him at ease for the second half of this year’s Auto GP campaign “Definitely I’m going to be more relaxed behind the wheel of my Auto GP car because it will be like a step back,” said Sato
July 29th, 2013
American tin-top racer Robb Holland will return to the British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton this weekend, driving a Team Hard Vauxhall Insignia. Holland appeared in two rounds of the BTCC last year in Team Hard’s S2000 Honda Civic. Although the Rotek Racing team with which he contests the VLN championship is still considering a World Touring Car campaign , Holland tested the NGTC Insignia earlier this month and will now race it
July 16th, 2013
Alexander Sims believes that T-Sport is quick enough to challenge for wins in the Formula 3 European Championship, after taking two top-five finishes for the team at the Norisring. Sims, the 2008 McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award winner, made his return to F3 on the German street circuit, and qualified just three hundredths of a second from pole position on his seasonal debut in the category. The McLaren GT works driver won a reversed-grid race in the same chassis in a one-off Euro Series round at the Nurburgring last year, and also contested the Macau Grand Prix
July 1st, 2013
Alexander Sims will return to GP3 at the Nurburgring this weekend to stand in for Adderly Fong at the Status team. Fong has to skip the race due to clashing commitments in China’s Audi R8 LMS Cup and Porsche Carrera Cup at Ordos. Sims drove for Status in GP3 in 2011 and for its World Endurance Championship LMP2 programme last year
June 30th, 2013
Robert Kubica could compete for Citroen in next year’s World Touring Car Championship, according to team principal Yves Matton. The Pole joined the French brand for this year’s WRC 2 campaign , and remains in contention for the title after winning his class in two of the three events he has entered . Matton, who confirmed a Citroen WTCC programme spearheaded by nine-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb last week , says he hopes Kubica can be tempted to join the fold for a one-off appearance
June 27th, 2013
M-Sport Ford team boss Malcolm Wilson says Elfyn Evans’ Rally Italy performance fully vindicated the decision to give the Welshman an abrupt World Rally Car elevation.
June 17th, 2013
Jake Hill will make his British Touring Car debut at Croft this weekend, driving Motorbase’s S2000 Ford Focus.
June 13th, 2013
Factory McLaren GT racer Alexander Sims is to make another comeback to Formula 3 in the next two rounds of the F3 European Championship. Sims, whose main programme this season is in the Blancpain Endurance Series, will race a ThreeBond Nissan-powered Dallara for T-Sport at the Norisring and the Nurburgring
November 9th, 2012
Formula 3 Euro Series and European F3 champion Daniel Juncadella completed his Formula 1 test with Ferrari at the Vallelunga circuit on Friday. The Spaniard earned the outing after winning the FIA’s new European F3 crown this year. Juncadella drove Ferrari’s 2009 single seater, the F60, and completed six runs of eight laps each at the dry, but foggy Italian circuit.
November 2nd, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Belardi Auto Racing will expand its efforts in two Road to Indy series in 2011, with plans to field a two-car effort in Firestone Indy Lights Series in addition to its two-car entry in the U.S. F2000 National Championship Series. The team, which previously competed as Liberty Motorsports, will be led by IndyCar veteran Larry Nash of Nash Performance Group, Inc., and will relocate from Rockford, Ill., to Indianapolis.