After a great deal of confusion, caused by the officials initially
trying to line the grid up on a two-by-two linear formation, as opposed
to the correct staggered grid line up, the race finally got underway.
Interestingly, perhaps, pole sitter ...
SECOND PLACE FOR RYAN LEWIS AT MONDELLO PARK
Ryan Lewis finished in a fantastic second place at Mondello Park in
Ireland today. After a difficult time in race one, Ryan was delighted
to get a great result in the second race of the day.
Possibly because most of the fast times were set in the first part of
the morning session, there was a mass rush for the pit lane exit at
the start of the qualifying session for Round 20. This time Ronayne
O'Mahony (Fortec Motorsport) was first...
SALVADOR DURAN GRABS POLE AT MONDELLO PARK
NAAS, Ireland (September 17, 2005).- Talented Mexican driver Salvador
Duran finished today's British Formula 3 Class National qualifying
session as the fastest chap with a best lap time of 1'32.833 at...
We're missing Tim Bridgman (Hitech Racing), after an accident at home
with a bonfire. He turned up at the circuit on Friday, despite the fact
that he'd been hospitalised on Wednesday, so he probably shouldn't have
There was a case of collective strange behaviour breaking out at
Carlin just before the start of what was to be Alvaro Parente's final F3
run for the team (he is committed to A1GP with the Portuguese team from now
on and the dates ...
Barton Mawer Hoping to Restore National Sporting Pride
After a week that Australian sports fans would rather forget, New South
Welshman Barton Mawer is hoping to give them something to cheer about at the
penultimate round of the British Formula...
SALVADOR DURAN IS ALREADY IN IRELAND TO FIGHT FOR THE TITLE
NAAS, Irlanda (September 15, 2005).- British Formula Three National Class
points leader Salvador Duran headed to Ireland Thursday morning, where he
will attempt to secure the Series' ...
Ryan Lewis travels to the Emerald Isle this week hoping for a return to
form after his recent run of results. With just four rounds remaining in
the British F3 International Series it is vital that Ryan produces
consistent results to raise his ...
SALVADOR DURAN SWEEPS AT NÃœRBURGRING
NÃœRBURG, Germany (September 3, 2005).- Mexican driver Salvador Duran
swept in the British F3 National Class during Rounds 17-18 held at the
4.551 Km. circuit in the NÃ¼rburgring, winning from pole both two...
CLARKE ON PODIUM AGAIN
Nurburgring, 3rd September 2005: Dan Clarke
notched up another podium finish in the latest round of the British
Formula 3 International Series at the European Grand Prix circuit of
Nurburgring in Germany. Dan took his ...
Barton Mawer Returns to the Podium at the Nurburgring
Australian Barton Mawer has turned around his recent run of bad luck to return
to the National class podium at the German round of the 2005 British Formula
3 International Series this ...
Kimball Struggles in Germany
This weekend at the famous Nurburgring circuit, rookie Charlie Kimball
scored solid championship points by finishing seventh and fifth in rounds
17 and 18 of the British International Formula 3 Championship. The ...
Ryan Lewis had another tough event to endure this weekend at the
Nurburgring in Germany. The young Brit didn't get the results he
wanted in qualifying which left him with a lot of work to do at a circuit
where overtaking can be tricky.
In some ways the story of this race can pretty much be told in a full
description of what happened on the very first lap. With Bruno Senna and
Daniel Clarke occupying the front row of the grid for Double R Racing,
it did look as if Senna might be...
There's always at least one very odd race each season, and it's possible
that Round 17 was it. There are a number of drivers who look likely
winners, but most people would not necessarily have included James
Walker (Fortec Motorsport) among them.