TP Formula to be on 2011 Auto GP grid
Italian outfit TP Formula will line up two cars on the Auto GP 2011
starting grid. So, after Campos Racing, the Series hails the second
new-entry in just a few days, something that clearly shows how...
Campos Racing to join Auto GP field in 2011
Auto GP and Campos Racing are eager to announce the signing of an
agreement that will see the team enter the Series in 2011. Managed by
former F1 driver Adrian Campos, the Spanish outfit will line-up...
The partnership with WTCC and the live TV coverage on Eurosport won't be
the only news for Auto GP in 2011.
In order to make the racing even closer, the Series has decided to revamp
its points system adopting the same allocation table of Formula...
Auto GP joins WTCC and Eurosport for seven meetings 2011 calendar
WTCC and Auto GP are pleased to announce they have signed an agreement
that will see Auto GP become the partner series of the FIA World Touring
Car Championship for the 2011 ...
DAMS to defend Auto GP title in 2011
They won both the drivers and team championship, clinching 5 wins and 9
podium finishes. Now DAMS is preparing for 2011, with the clear aim of
being again among the performance benchmarks of the Series and ...
Piscopo: "I learned a lot in Auto GP"
Edoardo Piscopo was undoubtedly among the protagonists of the first Auto
GP season. Thanks to a slingshot season start he led the standings until
the penultimate event, fighting Romain Grosjean until the...
Enzo Coloni: "It was a staggering season, now our aim is to keep growing"
The first Auto GP season got to an end just some days ago and while the
Series staff is already working at full speed on the 2011 Championship,
it's also time to look back...
Trident takes 4th in 2010 AutoGP Teams Standings
The final event of the 2010 AutoGP was rounded out today at Monza, and
Trident Racing, owned by Maurizio Salvadori, secured 4th place in the
final team's standings.
The two Lolas fielded by ...
Edoardo Piscopo takes runner-up spot in 2010 AutoGP
Edoardo Piscopo brought his 2010 AutoGP season to an end today at Monza, in the final
round of this year's series. The 22-year-old Rome-based driver, lined-up by the Dams
team, faced a tough ...
Monza, Race 2: Filippi wins Auto GP finale
Luca Filippi ended the season exactly as he started it. After winning the Auto GP maiden race
in Brno, the Italian driver managed to put his seal also on the championship finale, dominating
Grosjean: "Now my aim is Formula One"
"I'm really happy for both me and DAMS. Winning the title after entering the championship
only from the third event was something that I wasn't thinking about at the beginning, I didn't
even think it was ...
Monza, Qualifying: Grosjean beats Tappy to pole
Romain Grosjean will start from pole in today's Auto GP Race 1 in Monza.
The Frenchman from DAMS managed to put the whole group behind him with a
great lap (1'36"171), closing with an half second...
Sam Bird: "Who wins Auto GP can win anywhere else"
In Monza Auto GP has a special guest: Sam Bird, GP2 driver with ART Grand
Prix and winner of the Feature Race just some weeks ago on the italian
circuit, came back to the "Autodromo Nazionale"...
Monza, Free Practice 2: Grosjean tops the sheets
The fight between the Auto GP title contenders has already started: in
the second Free Practice session the three major rivals for the drivers'
crown took three of the four top spots.
Monza, Free Practice 1: Pantano quickest in the wet
Giorgio Pantano was the quickest in the first Free Practice session in
Monza. The track was wet due to rain falling from the early morning and
the Italian driver, fielded by the debuting...
Six drivers aim for the title in the Auto GP grand finale
Valsecchi, Leo and Cipriani to race in Monza
Auto GP is ready for a thrilling championship finale in Monza. After five
events and ten races the maths are keeping six drivers in...
Monza, Race 1: Grosjean takes win and title
Romain Grosjean is the first Auto GP champion. The french driver won the
title thanks to a great success in today's Race 1 in Monza, ahead of
Adrien Tambay and Fabio Onidi.
It was a staggering ...
Edoardo Piscopo set for 2010 AutoGP finale at Monza
Edoardo Piscopo experienced alternate fortunes in Navarra, on the latest round of the 2010
AutoGP Championship. The Rome-based driver, running aboard the DAMS team's Lola, scored a
Navarra, Race 2: Grosjean takes win and Series lead
Third Auto GP win for Romain Grosjean: the frenchman dominated the second
race on the Navarra Circuit, winning easily despite starting from P6 on
the grid. Today's comeback allowed him to put...
Leal on pole after breath-taking qualifying
First Auto GP pole position for Julian Leal, at the end of a very
exciting session in which a red flag, caused by Stefano Bizzarri ending
in the gravel, did send the drivers back on track with just 3...
Trident triumph at Los Arco
It's been a sensational day for Trident Racing at the Spanish Los Arcos
racetrack in Navarra. The team cruised win race 1 at the end of a fiery
battle thanks to Julian Leal, who also scored an hat-trick.
Navarra, Race 1: first Auto GP win for Leal
Great win for Julian Leal in the first Auto GP race on the Navarra
circuit. The Colombian driver, who started from pole position, was
perfect throughout the race, getting a perfect start first and ...
Ricci to debut in Navarra with RP Motorsport
Even with just two rounds to go, the Auto GP competitiveness keeps
growing: in Navarra another new driver will debut in the championship,
A 25 years-old, Ricci is among the most ...
Discovering Navarra with Trident Racing
In one week Auto GP will start its engines again after the summer break,
ready to race on the new Navarra-Los Arcos track.
So, besides the fight for the championship lead now in the hands of
Grosjean and Charouz ok
Romain Grosjean was again the fastest driver of the Auto GP field in
Navarra, topping the sheets of the afternoon Free Practice: the DAMS driver
got under the 1'29 mark with a 1'28"850. Despite a strong wind...
Grosjean the quickest
Romain Grosjean was the quickest in the Auto GP first Free Practice session
in Navarra. The Frenchman stopped the clocks on 1'29"582, being the only one
to get below the 1'30" mark together with Julian Leal, in really good...