Italian racing weekend for the FIA GT world championship at
Mugello where the seventh round of the season is scheduled. Matteo Bobbi,
the current leader of the classification with 51 points, will carry 78kg
ballast on board his Ferrari F430. This...
SUGDEN SINGING IN THE RAIN IN ITALY
Tim Sugden took an excellent 3rd place in a rain soaked FIA GT Championship
race at Mugello in Italy on Sunday after technical problems in practice and
qualifying had kept the JMB GruppeM Ferrari F430 well...
BALFE TEAM TAKES POINT AFTER TREACHEROUS RACE
The Balfe Motorsport team managed to take a single championship point for
eighth place in class after a treacherous three hours race at Mugello in
Italy at the weekend.
The latest round of the...
Edinburgh -- 11 September 2006: The FIA GT Championship heads to Mugello
this weekend, in the stunning Tuscan Hills in Italy, for round seven of
the series. The Scuderia Ecosse team know that a win is what's needed
to keep the Championship hopes...
RACE ALLIANCE AND EBIMOTORS WIN IN THE WET
The weather, variable all weekend, played a significant part in
this weekend's seventh round of the FIA GT Championship, taking
place at the beautiful circuit of Mugello, in Tuscany. Heavy ...
NINE YEARS ON... BACK TO MUGELLO
Having completed the first 100 races with victory for Jamie Davies and
Thomas Biagi in the nr 2 Vitaphone Maserati MC 12, the second centenary
will see the teams and drivers head south, to Italy and the...
MOMO CUTS THE MUSTARD
AF Corse Team claim FIA GT win at Dijon
Matteo Bobbi and Jaime Melo steered the number 58 AF Corse Ferrari F430 to a
class victory in the sixth round of the FIA GT Championship at Dijon,
France, last weekend (3rd Sep). The...
PIRELLI SCORES DOUBLE WIN AT DIJON
Davies-Biagi Earn Maserati's Fourth 2006 Victory;
Melo-Bobbi Win GT2 Class in Ferrari.
DIJON, France, Sept.3, 2006 Pirelli returned to success in the season's sixth round of ...
TYRES DEAL SUGDEN A KNOCK OUT BLOW
After Tim Sugden and Iradj Alexander had again run in the top few of the
GT2 field in FIA GT event at Dijon in France in Saturdays practice and
qualifying a tyre failure in Sunday's race caused their first ...
BALFE SIDELINED BY TRANSMISSION IN FRANCE
The Balfe Motorsport team suffered a non-finish in the latest round of
the FIA GT Championship at Dijon in France at the weekend. A gearbox
problem just 18 minutes into the three hour race put paid to...
Capello/McNish clinch ALMS title early
ALMS: Historical triumph for Dindo Capello and Allan McNish: With a
victory at Mosport (Canada) at the wheel of their Audi R10 TDI, they
clinched the drivers' title of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) ...
NIARCHOS AND MULLEN STEP UP AGAIN!
Dijon, France -- 3 September 2006: Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen took
the second consecutive second-placed finish for the no.63 Scuderia
Ecosse Ferrari at Dijon today in round six of the FIA GT...
The 100th race in the history of the FIA GT Championship, at the
challenging and spectacular circuit of Dijon-Prenois, saw the Vitaphone
Maserati of Thomas Biagi and Jamie Davies claim victory in GT1 ahead of
the Race Alliance and Phoenix Aston ...
The sixth round of the 2006 season is a special one in the
history of the FIA GT Championship, as it will be the one-hundredth
race. From JJ Lehto and Steve Soper in their BMW Motorsport McLaren F1
GTR -- on display in the paddock this weekend -...
SEAT SPORT DIRECTOR TO TAKE UP NEW POST IN JANUARY
Jaime Puig, new President of the FIA Manufacturers' Committee
SEAT Sport Director Jaime Puig, 48, has been responsible for SEAT's
competition racing activities since 1996. He was...
30 August 2006 - The sixth round of FIA GT championship will be on stage
this weekend at the French circuit of Digione. The leaders of the
classification Matteo Bobbi and Jaime Melo will have to work intensely
together with AF Corse Team guys in a...
Edinburgh -- 29 August 2006: Fresh from two British GT wins at Brands
Hatch, and of course the recent 1-2 victory at Paul Ricard, Scuderia
Ecosse heads to Dijon this week with high hopes of another good result.
The Dijon Prenois Circuit was the...
BALFE TEAM HEADS TO DIJON FOR NEXT ROUND
The Balfe Motorsport Team will go to the French circuit of Dijon-Prenois
next weekend for the latest round of the FIA GT Championship with hopes
to finally get onto terms with the rest of GT1 class ...
A FINE VINTAGE IN BURGUNDY
The FIA GT Championship's summer holiday in France continues with round
six, which will be held at the circuit of Dijon-Prenois, in the heart of
the Burgundy region. Last visited back in 1998, the challenging ...
Marino took his second podium with team Scuderia Ecosse when Chris
Niarchos asked him to take his seat in the FIA GT round at Paul Ricard in
France at the weekend.
Marino previously raced with the team at the Spa 24 Hours at the end of
BALFE UNABLE TO REACH CZECHERED FLAG AT BRNO
The Balfe Motorsport team was forced to retire from the second round of
the FIA GT Championship at Brno in the Czech Republic at the weekend with
an engine misfire.
The BSA Design backed squad...
SUGDEN TAKES SEASON'S FIRST WIN
The second round of the FIA GT Championship at Brno in the Czech Republic
on Sunday May 28th gave Tim Sugden his first win of the 2006 season.
Partnered by Swiss driver Iradj Alexander in the JMB - GruppeM Ferrari...
Brno, Czech Republic: 28 May 2006 - Just when it looked like Scuderia
Ecosse had their first ever FIA GT victory all sewn up, everything
changed in the dying minutes of today's race at Brno. Enough drama
for three hours was packed into the last...
THIRD PLACE FOR BOBBI AT BRNO
28th May 2006 - All was going well in the second round of FIA GT at Brno
for Matteo Bobbi and Jaime Melo. Few laps to the chequered flag the
Ferrari F430 of the two AF Corse drivers was at the top, when ...
Brno is renowned for close, exhilarating racing in the FIA GT
Championship, and the 2006 edition lived up to all expectations !
Although local hero Jarek Janis and his German team-mate Sascha Bert
dominated the race in their Zakspeed Saleen S7,...