Could Max Verstappen become the youngest driver ever in Formula One, beating the record set by Jaime Alguersuari? Maybe, but dad Jos has played down reports his son will make his Formula One debut as a seventeen-year-old next March.
The 17-year-old came out on top both in the ranking of the fastest and of the second-fastest laps.
In a tight battle, the Austrian came out on top from Tom Blomqvist.
The 20 year old Italian driver had his debut at the FIA Formula 3 European Championship last season.
Tom Blomqvist beats Max Verstappen to vice championship.
Ocon stands a very good chance of claiming the 2014 title at Imola.
The decision for the vice-championship and the team title will be at Hockenheimring.
Top team signs up Brazilian young gun, who is aiming to emulate his famous grandfather.
Race report – Round 31 (Race 1)
The rising star is moving up in the open-wheel world.
At Valencia, FIA Formula 3 European Champion Esteban Ocon and Israel’s Roy Nissany completed their first laps in the cockpit of Formula 1.
The 20-year old young will contest his second season for the Team Carlin.
Neil Brown Engineering was one of the first tuners to consider the new engine regulations.
The only drivers that still have the chance of stealing the French Lotus driver’s lead are Max Verstappen, Tom Blomqvist and Lucas Auer.
Santino Ferrucci, Michele Beretta and Riccardo Agostini scored a total of 36 points, thus securing ninth position in the team championship, for their squad.