Monaco Yacht-GNM sign partnership fro 2005 season
Graham Nash Motorsport (GNM) is today proud to announce a season long
partnership with Monte Carlo based company "Monaco Yacht".
Created 10 years ago in the Principality of Monaco as a crew...
Americans Take Seven of Top 15 Places at Prestigeous Porsche Cup Presentation
ATLANTA - December 30 - For the 35th time since its inception in 1970, the Porsche Cup was presented
to the world's most successful private entry Porsche drivers at...
PANOZ ANNOUNCES EUROPEAN FACTORY GTLM EFFORT WITH TEAM LNT
Elan Motorsports Technologies will assist Team LNT in fielding two Panoz
Esperante GTLM race cars throughout Europe in 2006.
Braselton, Ga. - Elan Motorsports Technologies (EMT),...
The FIA GT3 European Championship got off to a glittering start in
Monaco on December 2nd, with an extremely well-attended press conference
and a display of cars in front of the prestigious Hotel de Paris. In
the presence of FIA President, Mr Max...
World's only Lotus Exige 300RR GT racer joins FIA GT Zhuhai race
The world's only 400 bhp Lotus Exige 300RR GT racer has decided to join
the FIA GT Championship China Round at the Zhuhai International Circuit,
scheduled on 22 and 23 October ...
The Dutch made Spyker C8 Double 12R racer will be meeting the Chinese
motorsport fans for the first time ever at the Zhuhai International
The GT racer will be entering the FIA GT Championship Â¡V China Round, to
be held at the Zhuhai...
Gillet Vertigo Streiff in FIA GT
Brussels/Gembloux - After months and months waiting the Belgian Racing
team of Tony Gillet unveiled their plans for the 2005 season with
the exceptional Gillet Vertigo Streiff. A limited but exotic FIA...
The Midland Group is pleased to announce that current FIA GT
Championship driver and 2003 FIA GT World Champion, Thomas Biagi, will
be testing for the team at Jerez, Spain in December 2005. Biagi will
also participate in the Bologna Motorshow...
Sugden Wins in Dubai
The first of the two FIA GT Championship races in the Middle East on Friday
the 18th resulted in another win for Tim Sugden and Emmanuel Collard in
their GT2 Porsche. This is the 5th win for them in the series and...
By Bill Oursler
Charlotte, N.C., Feb. 5, 2005 - A compromise reportedly has been reached
between officials of the American Le Mans Series and representatives from
the annual 24-Hour Sarthe event that will allow the controversial Maserati
And so to Spa, for what is undoubtedly the longest, most spectacular and
race of the season. With double points on offer, extra drivers in most cars
additional entrants, the 24-hour race plays a determining role in ...
Tim Hauraney set to drive for Graham Nash Motorsport in the FIA GT
Formula Renault stand-out Tim Hauraney is set to join Graham Nash
Motorsport for a limited schedule in the FIA GT Championship. Hauraney will
be competing in...
Four rounds to go, and the title is still wide open! The first of the
"exotic" races, on a fabulous track that is new to all the drivers,
cannot fail to be interesting. The new 5.333 km track is technical, with
uphill and downhill sections, blind...
Ingolstadt, 1 May 2005
Motorsport Newsletter 3/2005
Tom Kristensen shines with strong race performance
Audi achieved the first podium result for the new A4 DTM at the
EuroSpeedway Lausitz. In front of a crowd of 78,000 spectators, ...
The results of the 2005 FIA GT Championship were finalised in Monaco on
Friday December 9th, when the International Court of Appeal of the FIA
quashed the decision nr 9 of the Panel of the Stewards of the Meeting in
Bahrain, which had excluded...
Pre-test for the Le Mans 24 Hours Rydell, Terting and Plato score points
for SEAT European Supercopa finale at Istanbul Pre-test for the Le Mans
The "final countdown" for the Le Mans 24 Hours on June 18/19
begins: Next Sunday,...
FIA GT Championship expects greater things in Zhuhai in 2005
The Zhuhai International Circuit (ZIC) today announced at a press
conference that the FIA GT Championship will return to the circuit on
21-23 October 2005.
Zhuhai vice mayor Ms. Den...
ORTELLI TO JOIN RUSSIAN AGE RACING FOR SEASON FINALES
November 3, 2005 -- Stephane Ortelli, the 1998 Le Mans 24-hours winner and former FIA GT
Champion, will join the Russian Age Racing Aston Martin team for the
penultimate round of the FIA GT...
Aston Martin Racing confirmed today the two teams who will be
representing the British marque in the new FIA GT3 Championship in 2006.
These teams are BMS, Aston Martin Racing's Works team in the 2006 FIA GT
Championship, and Barwell Motorsport,...
After Istanbul, the teams and drivers taking part in the 2005 season of
the FIA GT Championship are heading even futher afield : back to the
People's Republic of China, and the Zhuhai International Circuit, which
hosted the final round of the 2004...
The final round of the 2005 FIA GT Championship will see Christophe
Bouchut on pole position for the fourth time this year. The Russian Age
Racing Aston Martin he shares with Antonio Garcia will start ahead of the
two JMB Racing Maserati MC 12...
First race for "French" Audi R8 Audi double victory in Belgian season
opener SEAT scores points in WTCC opener Additional weight slows down
SEAT in Great Britain Short race after strong qualifying performance
First race for "French" Audi ...
LAMBORGHINI STEPS ONTO POINTS TABLE
Peter Kox led the Reiter Engineering-run Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT to its
first competitive FIA GT finish in 2005 today at Oschersleben, near
Magdeburg in Germany. The Dutchman, together with his German ...
Disappointing End to Excellent Season for Sugden
The final race of the 2005 FIA GT championship in Bahrain on Friday did not
bring the fairy tale end to Tim Sugden's season that he hoped for as a
small fluid leak on lap 19 of the 90 lap race...
Ingolstadt, 28 August 2005
Audi Motorsport Newsletter 17/2005
Audi driver EkstrÃ¶m second at Zandvoort
Audi driver Mattias EkstrÃ¶m finished second in round eight of the
DTM at Zandvoort (The Netherlands). He now trails Gary Paffet by ...
GNM ANNOUNCES 2005 PROGRAMME
British team Graham Nash Motorsport has announced their 2005 plans,
which include entering two Saleen S7 cars in the FIA GT Championship.
The team also announced during the Autosport Show that their lead
Edo Varini for selected GNM races
Likeable Rimini (italy) based Edo Varini has become the 5th driver to
join GNM's Porsche squad for selected races in the FIA GT this season.
He will drive the GNM Porsche GT3RS at Imola and Spa 24 Hours, and...
Flying Sugden's Mid Season Gap
Leeds UK based driver Tim Sugden has had a busy year so far with 7 races
netting 5 podiums, 3 in Europe and 2 in the USA. These results see him
lying 2nd in the FIA GT2 championship and 3rd in the American Le ...
The new Aston Martin Racing DBRS9 GT3 car has completed the first 3000
kms of its development programme.
Aston Martin Racing first showed the car at the Le Mans 24 Hours in
June. Since then, the team has been putting the first test car...
BIC Unveils New International Motorsport Calendar
As the temperature begins to cool down in Bahrain, activity at the
Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) is heating up with the announcement
of the remaining race calendar. The four International...
Mike Rockenfeller could have completed nine world tours in 2005, but his
travel took him racing instead. The German Porsche factory driver, now a
Monaco resident, competed in 27 races at 22 tracks in 12 countries, in
Asia, Europe, the Middle East...
TWO IN A ROW FOR BOUCHUT
Christophe Bouchut set pole position for Friday's tenth round of the 2005
FIA GT Championship, at the wheel of the nr 17 Russian Age Racing Aston
Martin, running under the colours of Middle East Aston Martin as the
Oschersleben has always held an important place in the history of the
FIA GT Championship, having been the first international series to ever
race at the new German circuit in 1998. In recent years, the usual
calendar date in the ...