THE 2005 FIA GT1 DRIVER'S CHAMPION : GABRIELE GARDEL
How does it feel to have won the 2005 FIA GT1 Drivers Championship?
I am really happy, and have to thank Jack Leconte, Pedro Lamy and all
the crew who worked really hard for this success.
GARDEL CLAIMS 2005 GT1 DRIVERS TITLE
LIEB AND ROCKENFELLER ARE THE GT2 CHAMPIONS
BEST WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR
SEE YOU IN 2006 !
It was the closest and most thrilling season for years ... and the
suspense did not end when the ...
BALFE HAPPY WITH INITIAL SALEEN GT1 TEST
The Balfe Motorsport team took to a cold Donington Park in Leicestershire
at the end of last week to give its new Saleen S7R GT1 car a brief run
before a winter rebuild in readiness for the 2006 FIA GT...
Audi competes with diesel sports car at Le Mans
Audi R10 world premiere in Paris V12 TDI engine produces over 650 hp
First test successfully completed AUDI AG is once again one step ahead
of the opposition: The inventor of 'TDI' will become the...
This Year It is Okay To Get a Lot When You Give a Little
By: Tom Moore, Petersen Motorsports/White Lightning Racing
It is the time of year that our thoughts all turn towards others,
or they should. But, if we're honest, how many of us don't ...
SO WHAT IS THE FIA GT3 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP?
An interview with Stephane Ratel
SR: "Because we felt there was a need for a more accessible
international series, with all the famous brands of GT cars. There has
been an evolution ...
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...
THE FIA GT CHAMPIONSHIP - A LOOK BACK AT 2005
Mr Max Mosley, President of the FIA, spoke first on the Championship: "I
think that the 2005 season of the FIA GT Championship has been a huge
success, and that has very much is a result of the work...
Larbre win FIA GT Appeal and Championship
FIA's Christmas Present For Gardel -- A Championship!
Gabriele Gardel, from Lugano in Switzerland, will tonight be officially
crowned 2005 FIA GT Drivers' Champion after the FIA's International Court...
BALFE MOTORSPORT GOES FIA GT1 IN 2006
The Balfe Motorsport Team will graduate to the GT1 class of the FIA GT
Championship next season, after taking delivery of one of the RML built
Saleen S7R chassis from Mike Newton. Shaun Balfe will be one...
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...
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...
Ingolstadt, 04 December 2005
Audi Motorsport Newsletter 24/2005
EkstrÃ¶m and Kristensen win Nations Cup
The two Audi works drivers Mattias EkstrÃ¶m and Tom Kristensen yet again
demonstrated their exceptional skills by winning the...
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,...
FIA GT3 European Championship Test session at the Paul Ricard HTTT
SRO promoter of the new FIA GT3 European Championship has chosen the Paul
Ricard HTTT to test cars which could be involved in the coming season.
The GT3 European Championship...
Ingolstadt, 29 November 2005
Motorsport Newsletter 23/2005
Audi R8 is the most environmentally friendly sportscar
The Audi R8, the most successful Le Mans Prototype ever, has
received another award: At the headquarters of the French ...
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...
Mike Rockenfeller finished the FIA GT Championship season in the same
place he started -- in the winner's circle. Rockenfeller, of Monaco,
and Marc Lieb of Ludwigsburg, Germany, had already secured the GT2 class
championship before the final race...
The 2005 season of the FIA GT Championship started as it finished : with
a thrilling race and a varied podium. After so closely missing the win in
Dubai, Russian Age Racing, running under the colours of Middle East Aston
Martin, claimed their ...
The season finale for the FIA GT series was action, action, action!
Russian Age Racing scored their first victory with Christophe Bouchut
and Antonio Garcia sharing the drive in today's race at Bahrain
"It's a wonderful...