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4th March 2015, 21:31 at 9:31 pm #293557
Jazeman Jaafar remains for another year, now with Fortec:
— Fortec Motorsports (@FortecM) March 4, 2015
Here’s the updated drivers list:
Nyck de Vries
Alfonso Celis Jnr
Meindert van Buuren
Pre-season testing begins at Jerez tomorrow, here’s who’s driving for each team:
— WorldSeriesbyRenault (@WSR_Live) March 4, 20154th March 2015, 9:55 at 9:55 am #293535
@billyos The email in my inbox. I’m not in the habit of making stuff up, you know.4th March 2015, 9:24 at 9:24 am #293530
In a surprising move, Roberto Merhi will return with Pons, who were going to run Tunjo but have now parted ways.
Pons have also confirmed they will test Indonesian driver Philo Paz Patric Armand.2nd March 2015, 16:55 at 4:55 pm #2934152nd March 2015, 12:00 at 12:00 pm #2933961st March 2015, 19:45 at 7:45 pm #293348
We’ve got a poll along similar lines going at the moment here:28th February 2015, 11:36 at 11:36 am #293201
Various cuts of a new Sky promo. The representation of a mostly grey field is certainly accurate…28th February 2015, 0:08 at 12:08 am #293178
@chriju0411 An F1 promo with an LMP1 car in it? Interesting choice! Can you give us the gist of the dialogue?27th February 2015, 16:51 at 4:51 pm #293130
Here’s an interesting move: Facu Regalia, who walked out of GP2 team Hilmer at mid-season last year, joins Zeta Corse.27th February 2015, 14:11 at 2:11 pm #293104
So there are now just eight places left:
TBA27th February 2015, 14:03 at 2:03 pm #293103
Alexander Rossi confirmed at Racing Engineering:
Racing Engineering are pleased to announce that Alexander Rossi will drive alongside Jordan King for the 2015 GP2 Series. The 23 year old Californian will drive the number 8 car with the Spanish team for his third, but first full season in GP2.
Alexander began racing in karts in 2002 and just four years later, after winning National and International championships, he became the youngest ever open wheel racing Champion in American racing history. In 2008 the young American won the Formula BMW World Champion holding the most series poles (10) and victories (14). His success saw him earn a test drive with the Sauber F1 Team and he made history again by becoming the youngest driver, at just 18 years old, to hold a Formula One Super License.
Alexander quickly moved up to the more powerful single seaters and was soon winning again taking victories in GP3 ! and World Series by Renault before taking his maiden GP2 Series victory at the final race of the 2013 season at the Yas Marina circuit. The past four years has seen Alexander involved within Formula 1 and in the role of Official Reserve Driver within the Caterham and Marussia Formula 1 Teams, driving the series challengers, logging thousands of kilometers and working with the teams to develop the car.
Alexander will join the team in Abu Dhabi for the first of the pre-season tests, and both he and Racing Engineering are looking forward to a great season ahead.26th February 2015, 14:14 at 2:14 pm #29300426th February 2015, 8:52 at 8:52 am #292923
Good to see Karam and Chaves getting chances after their Indy Lights successes. But disappointed at the recent rumours suggesting Wilson will lose his seat:
Sad to hear that JW might not get a ride in IndyCar this year. 1 of the most talented in series & plays huge part in push for driver safety.
— Stefan Wilson (@stef_wilson) February 25, 2015
It's certainly a shame. Hoping something happens in the coming weeks. Will be biting my nails, and probably also my tongue at times.
— Stefan Wilson (@stef_wilson) February 25, 201523rd February 2015, 15:36 at 3:36 pm #292715
More from McLaren who state the crash was not caused by a car fault:20th February 2015, 11:32 at 11:32 am #292498
@f1fanf1fan The Felipes Massa and Nasr did both run on track for Williams during the same session last year:
Max Papis and Olivier Panis shared a track in the nineties but they were never team mates.
As far as identically-named drivers go, Jacques Villeneuve’s uncle Jacques Villeneuve (Snr) posted three DNQs in 1981 and 1983. Although spelled the same, I think they pronounced their first names slightly differently – perhaps a Canadian can advise?