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30th November 2015, 14:09 at 2:09 pm #309862
I’m hoping this is the car that gives Leena, Andre, Benoit and Marcel their fourth victory together.24th November 2015, 20:09 at 8:09 pm #309479
Basically the same punishment Tomy Drissi got for this.
Which were both way more than Matt Kenseth’s two race ban for exercising DRIVER’S CODE, the nothing Sandro Nannini got for reprofiling his front splitter on Roland Asch’s rear bumper, or a younger Satoshi Motoyama getting what was effectively a one-race ban in another series for his vendetta on Osamu Nakako.16th November 2015, 17:31 at 5:31 pm #309162
— Louis Delétraz (@LouisDeletraz) November 16, 2015
Louis Deletraz is well on his way to redeeming his family’s reputation in Grand Prix racing, he’s now signed with defending champion team Fortec Motorsports. HUGE.16th November 2015, 2:19 at 2:19 am #309149
At the going rate, Rosberg will be the greatest driver of the modern era to have never won the World Championship.15th November 2015, 6:59 at 6:59 am #309035
15th November – Tsugio Matsuda / Ronnie Quintarelli – Super GT (GT500 Class) – Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi, Japan – Race 8 of 811th November 2015, 15:37 at 3:37 pm #308765
I think this will be Dillmann’s swansong in single-seaters. The move to Signatech-Alpine in the Shanghai 6h was a master stroke. He’ll provide a wealth of experience and feedback to a team that doesn’t have a lot of it, and there aren’t many WEC conflicts if at all so he can still make LMP2 his primary focus. Celis is still unproven.
By the way, Keith, are you coming back as commentator for the series for BT?2nd November 2015, 17:07 at 5:07 pm #308364
1st November – Andre Couto – Super GT (GT300 Class) – Autopolis, Japan – Race 7 of 828th October 2015, 3:19 at 3:19 am #307861
Going back to Barber next year hoping to see Newgarden win again. Maybe a full weekend instead of just a Sunday afternoon and evening.20th October 2015, 19:17 at 7:17 pm #307270
@xtwl Both your picks featured Katsumasa Chiyo in a starring role. He’s on par with Nick Tandy as this year’s best sports car racer.19th October 2015, 14:38 at 2:38 pm #307229
The MAVTV 500’s “Vintage IRL” style of racing did nothing for me. This race, however? Phenomenal. (And I was there!)14th October 2015, 15:39 at 3:39 pm #307099
DTM+Force India 3rd driver role didn’t work out for Daniel Juncadella, but I doubt Mercedes will let Ocon fall into that same void.13th October 2015, 16:27 at 4:27 pm #307073
@atticus-2 Should have won at Spa – and that string of 2nds is more podiums than Ghiotto has all season.12th October 2015, 22:27 at 10:27 pm #306998
This is the young driver Mercedes should be paying Manor to run next year.7th October 2015, 22:17 at 10:17 pm #306641
Outside of F1: Nick Tandy, Sebastien Buemi, and Andre Lotterer.14th September 2015, 4:53 at 4:53 am #305149
SMP Formula 4 Championship: Niko Kari, Round 6 of 7, Race 18 of 21
FIA World Rally Championship: Sebastien Ogier & Julien Ingrassia, Volkswagen Motorsport, Round 10 of 13
BRDC Formula 4 Championship: Will Palmer, HHC Motorsport, Round 7 of 8, Race 21 of 24
Could not agree more @Carlitox . Especially considering it was at Laguna Seca, 16 years and a day after losing Gonzalo Rodriguez.