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Thu 23 Apr 2015
Formula Renault 3.5's Battle of BritainHeadline

Formula Renault 3.5's Battle of Britain

It may lack the strength in depth of its rival series GP2, but two names stand out in this year’s Formula Renault 3.5 entry list – and both are British. Jamie Klein surveys the field.

Wed 22 Apr 2015
Tue 21 Apr 2015
Giuliano Alesi: next generation makes winning startHeadline

Giuliano Alesi: next generation makes winning start

The 15-year-old son of former Ferrari Formula 1 hero Jean Alesi made a fantastic, action-packed start to his racing career. Motorsport.com’s Emmanuel Rolland followed his every move…

Regalia switches to Comtec for FR3.5 openerHeadline

Regalia switches to Comtec for FR3.5 opener

Facu Regalia will make his Formula Renault 3.5 debut with Comtec this weekend in Aragon following the news that Zeta Corse will not race in the season opener.

Mon 20 Apr 2015
Moran Jr. tipped Daly for Long Beach startHeadline

Moran Jr. tipped Daly for Long Beach start

Motorsport.com spoke to Conor Daly about his whirlwind weekend in Long Beach, when he arrived expecting to drive the two seater, and ended it with the second-best Honda lap of the race.

Sun 19 Apr 2015
Haryanto holds off Vandoorne for maiden GP2 victoryHeadline

Haryanto holds off Vandoorne for maiden GP2 victory

Indonesia’s Rio Haryanto won his first-ever GP2 victory in his 70th start in the series, charging through from seventh on the grid and holding off the challenge of yesterday’s winner Stoffel Vandoorne.

Sat 18 Apr 2015
Vandoorne scores stunning victory in GP2 openerHeadline

Vandoorne scores stunning victory in GP2 opener

Stoffel Vandoorne drove a brilliant race to win the opening round of the GP2 Series at Bahrain, overcoming a tyre strategy deficiency to charge to victory from 10th position with 10 laps remaining.

Fri 17 Apr 2015
King leads opening GP2 practice on debut Headline

King leads opening GP2 practice on debut

Jordan King led a Racing Engineering one-two in the first GP2 practice session of the year at Bahrain, edging out teammate Alexander Rossi by just a hundredth of a second.