Indonesian driver tops second day of post season testing in Abu Dhabi
Trident Racing press release
Leimer returns to the team after contesting the 2012 season with the team. Leal is new to Racing Engineering but experienced in the GP2 series. The two were teammates during the 2011 season.
Although both cars will be repaired for tomorrow’s Sprint Race, Fabio Leimer and Julián Leal will have to start towards the rear of the grid...
Opening lap incident ruins the day for both Racing Engineering drivers in the Sepang Sprint Race
Fabio Leimer keeps his lead in the 2013 GP2 Series Championship by seven points following another strong race and the Championship is now, realistically, between Fabio and Bird.
Five drivers lined-up aboard the team’s cars and for two of them it was the maiden experience with the GP2 Dallara-Mecachrome racers.
The Feature Race of the GP2 Series weekend was much warmer than Friday at the Nürburgring.
The Racing Engineering team will now return to their Sanlúcar de Barrameda base to prepare for the next race weekend in one month’s time at Silverstone
Tomorrow’s Sprint race will see Fabio Leimer start from 8th on the reverse grid and his race pace today means he a favourite for victory whilst Julián Leal will start 4th and will be looking for a podium finish and more points.
Fabio Leimer and Racing Engineering start 4th in the Sepang Feature Race.
Julian Leal: "Racing Engineering is a very good team and I hope that together we can do a very good job."
A mixed weekend for Racing Engineering at Silverstone this weekend with both drivers scoring a 4th place in the two races and both men showed great race pace once again
Both Racing Engineering cars will start from the bottom half of the grid in tomorrow’s Sprint Race.
A positive weekend for Racing Engineering with Fabio Leimer taking 4th and 3rd in the two races.
Alfonso de Orléans-Borbón, president of Racing Engineering looks forward to the start of the 2013 GP2 Series.
Nürburgring marks the halfway point of the GP2 Series season.
The Spanish team is ready for the start of the 2013 GP2 season.
Racing Engineering: Fabio Leimer gave it his best shot for the pole but will start on the front row.
Racing Engineering car made contact with the nose of the Caterham car of Rossi causing damage to the sidepod and the turning vane.
Tomorrow’s 21 lap Sprint Race will see Fabio Leimer starting eighth while Julián leal will start fourth on the reversed grid.
On a very hot day at the Hungaroring, both Racing Engineering drivers concentrated on their setups versus setting fast times in GP2 qualifying.
The team now return to their Sanlúcar de Barrameda base to prepare for the next round of the 2013 GP2 series at Spa Francorchamps in four weeks’ time.
An excellent race weekend for Racing Engineering with both drivers scoring points in both races and Julián Leal finishing on the podium for the first time in his GP2 career.