Oliver Turvey articles on F1 Fanatic archive

2011 Young Drivers Test preview 15th November 2011, 0:01

A run-down of who’s driving for which team, and what’s on their racing CVs.

Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes confirm young driver line-ups 8th November 2011, 12:36

All three to test the same drivers as they did last year.

Alonso keeps Ferrari on top as Pirelli test ends 20th November 2010, 13:49

Fernando Alonso was fastest in the the final F1 test session of 2010.

Full lap times data: 2011 young drivers test day one 16th November 2010, 22:37

All the lap times set by each of the drivers in the test presented in an interactive chart.

Paffett and Turvey on McLaren test duty 10th November 2010, 11:24

McLaren will run British drivers Oliver Turvey and Gary Paffett in the young drivers’ test in Abu Dhabi next week.

GP2 2010 season preview: The drivers racing to become F1’s stars of tomorrow 5th May 2010, 19:00

Young drivers backed by Ferrari, McLaren and Renault are among those competing in the new GP2 season which starts this weekend. Winning the category is the best way to get yourself a ticket into F1 – and it’s great racing too. Here’s your guide to the season ahead:

Valsecchi closes on title with win (GP2 Asia) 6th February 2010, 15:29

Daivde Valsecchi put himself in a commanding position to win the GP2 Asia championship with his second win of the season at Abu Dhabi. Starting from seventh on the grid Valsecchi reeled in leader Michael Herck in the closing stages. The DPR driver offered little resistance, settling for second place ahead of team mate Giacomo […]

Turvey heads iSport 1-2 (GP2 Asia) 5th February 2010, 15:46

When I spoke to Oliver Turvey last month he reckoned missing the pre-race test at Abu Dhabi had kept him from doing better in his first two GP2 Asia races. He proved that with a fine win in the third race of the championship at the Yas Island circuit after a gripping and – at […]

Poor race stewarding isn’t confined to F1 4th May 2009, 17:21

Oliver Turvey finished fifth in yesterday’s World Series by Renault race at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. At least, he did, until the stewards slapped him with a 25 second penalty, leaving him a miserable 14th.

Alguersuari vs Turvey, round two (WSR) 5th February 2009, 20:21

Last year?s British F3 championship was decided in a thrilling finale at Donington Park. Jaime Alguersuari overcame a points deficit to beat Carlin team mate Oliver Turvey to the crown. This year the pair are set to resume their battle in the World Series by Renault. Both are still with Carlin and the inter-team rivalry […]

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