Vettel: "World Series gives me the pace to race"
Sebastian Vettel was one of the wonder boys when he was asked by Carlin
Motorsport to replace his Red Bull mate, Colin Fleming. He won the two
first races in a row! Sebastian Vettel has now come...
Formula Renault 2.0 aces takes things one step further
The 2007 season is only just over and the teams are already back out on
track! The Formula Renault 3.5 teams have returned to the Paul Ricard
HTTT for three days of collective testing...
Fuel stops Aston, Rossi scores Podium in WSR Megane at Donington
ZOLDER. Notwithstanding the retirement of the Aston Martin DBRS9 GT3 in the
early hours Racing For Belgium can be reasonably satisfied with the recent
24 Hours of Zolder. The ...
Richard Philippe & Fortec Motorsport
Richard Philippe and Fortec Motorsport are pleased to announce that 17 year
old Richard Philippe will be joining their World Series by Renault team for
the 2007 season. Richard will partner James Walker as...
Frenchman Guillaume Moreau took his first WSR pole position in Hungary,
scored his first podium finish in England, and won his first race in
front of his home crowd in Magny-Cours.
He is now tenth in the championship table, but row 6 is just...
Alvaro Parente to test with ING Renault F1 Team on January 17
Just like past champions Robert Kubica and Alx Danielsson in previous
years, Alvaro Parente is to be given the opportunity to take a test drive
with the ING Renault F1 Team as a...
Twelfth position after a difficult weekend
October 28th, 2007 - On the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, the
ultimate round of the Formula Renault 3.5 took place this weekend.
Frederic Vervisch again defend the colours of the Italian team ...
Racing For Belgium closes a chapter and announces a new era
Racing For Belgium closed a chapter this last weekend. The
Bornem based team competed in its last World Series by Renault Megane
Trophy meeting in Barcelona, a championship which saw...
Vervisch joins GD Racing in Formula Renault 3.5
Frederic Vervisch will join GD Racing for the remainder of the Formula
Renault 3.5 season. In 2005 already, Frederic sat behind the weel of one
of GD's cars during the races at Zolder, Monaco, ...
A double top-10 for Julien Jousse!
The fourth round of the World Series took place on the Hungaroring,
close to Budapest, last weekend. It was an event of mixed fortunes for
Tech 1 Racing: Alvaro Parente came away from...
Challengers come to the fore
Drawing on all the experience they have accumulated over their three days
of testing here at the Paul Ricard HTTT, the challengers came to the fore
today. Daniil Move (Tech 1 Racing) took the best time of the ...
SIGNATURE ULTIMATE TAKES FINAL WORLD SERIES BY RENAULT PLACE
A new team, Signature Ultimate, has claimed the final spot on the 2008
World Series by Renault grid.
The new team is a joint venture between two well-established names in
A deserved third place for Barba and Draco Team
The first race in the circuit of Estoril concludes with a good 3 place
for Alvaro Barba. The Spanish driver, started from 5th row, has made a
good race and he was recompensed by the strategy...
FAIRUZ FAUZY BACK ON TRACK IN HUNGARY
Budapest, Hungary -- July 12, 2007. After a seven week break Formula
World Series by Renault 3.5 roars back into life at the Hungaroring this
coming weekend and Cram Competition's Fairuz Fauzy can't...
Edoardo Piscopo hits top-5 in World Series Renault test
Edoardo Piscopo enjoyed a great stay at Le Castellet by clocking the fourth
fastest lap overall in the collective World Series Renault tests held this week.
Edoardo entered the last 2 days...
Good practice for Tech 1
Tech 1 Racing saw its two drivers secure a one-two result for the team in
this morning's free practice session at the Monza circuit. For once,
however, it was the rookie Julien Jousse who finished ahead of his
GREAT WEEKEND FOR WALKER IN PORTUGAL
James Walker's performance in the World Series by Renault last weekend
has set the Jersey racer up for a fantastic season finale in Spain in
just a few days' time.
James was on the pace from the moment he...
All fifteen teams pre-selected for 2007
The World Series by Renault Organizing Committee has completed
pre-selection of the five remaining teams that will take part in the 2007
World Series Formula Renault 3.5 championship.
The Organizing ...
Piccione pick of the crop
Clivio Piccione (RC Motorsport) recorded the best time on the first day
of collective testing at the Magny-Cours circuit. The morning session's
quickest driver, Alvaro Parente (Tech 1 Racing), set the day's second
Celso Miguez first driver for the 2007 World Series by Renault
San Pietro Mosezzo, Italy and Pontevedra, Spain (January 16, 2007):
Eurointernational announced today that it has secured the driving
talent of Spanish driver Celso Miguez for the...
Wickens to run World Series by Renault in 2008
Red Bull driver signs with Carlin Motorsport (UK)
December 20, 2007 - It was announced today that Canadian Robert Wickens
will be competing in the World Series by Renault for the 2008 season....
The 2007 World Series by Renault is set to reach its climax in
Catalonia, on the Montmelo race track. Whilst Brendon Hartley has
already wrapped up the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 title, the winners of
the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 and ...
Highs and Lows in Hungary for Kimball
Charlie Kimball experienced both highs and lows during the fourth
race weekend of the World Series by Renault held at the Hungaroring, just
outside Budapest, Hungary, this past weekend July 13-15.
Baguette and Barba still engaged in the long days of test in Valencia
The second day of winter test saw 25 drivers on track thursday 29th
November, in the circuit of Valencia. In the morning, Baguette made a
fastest time of 1:22:390 placing in ...
Van der Garde takes best time
The World Series teams are in Valencia for three days of testing with
their Formula Renault 3.5 cars. In his first outing with Cram
Competition, Giedo van der Garde clocked the fastest time of the first
Kimball Sidelined Temporarily by Medical Condition
Charlie Kimball, due to compete in the penultimate round of the World
Series by Renault at Estoril, Portugal this weekend, has been sidelined
for medical reasons. Earlier this week, he was...
WALKER AIMS TO KEEP UP THE MOMENTUM IN FRANCE
Donington race-winner, James Walker, heads off to France this week for
rounds 12 and 13 of the 2007 World Series by Renault. The next two races
are being held at Magny Cours, the long-time home of...
World Series by Renault: disastrous week-end in Spa for Guillaume Moreau
One month after his maiden pole position in Hungary, Guillaume Moreau
suffered a broken left hand in Thursday's World Series collective tests.
This cost him his Le Mans...
PIPPA MANN COMPLETES PAUL RICARD THREE-DAY TEST IN FOURTH FASTEST
The 2007 season might have been over, but Pippa Mann did not take a well-
deserved holiday - in fact contrary to that, this week she was back at the
wheel of the No.20 Cram by P1...
Molina on a roll!
After taking his first victory last week in Estoril, Miguel Molina (Pons
Racing) has gone on to set the fastest time in collective testing at the
Barcelona circuit. Tech 1 Racing put in a superb team performance with
Barba finally rises on the highter step of the podium!
An other victory for the Draco Team that rises on the higher step of
podium with Alvaro Barba. Optimal strategy of the Team which has delayed
the pit-stop in the middle of the race and this...
Appointment to SPA - Belgium
A few days to the expected G.P. of Spa in Belgium, fifth test of the
World Series by Renault 2007 Championship, which will be disputed in the
weekend of 18-19 August.
Spa-Francorchamps is the most ancient and...
DISAPPOINTMENT ON THE STREETS OF MONACO
Monte Carlo -- May 27, 2007. Fairuz Fauzy's Monaco World
Series by Renault race lasted only a handful of laps after he was forced
to retire with a mechanical problem.
After making a terrific start...