Draco Multiracing USA Team looks ahead to Le Mans races: in fact, the
Spanish appointment has been a full week-end in which the drivers of the
Tuscan Team have been sorely tried.
In Race 1, S.Marino' driver Christian Montanari, who ...
Gommendy at the wire
From start to chequered flag, the final outcome of the second World
Series race of the weekend was held in the balance. After a perfect start
to his race, Zuber's chances were ruined when the Safety car was brought
Full house for Epsilon Euskadi!
The Epsilon Euskadi team pulled off the first ever one-two in the World
Series by Renault. Starting from pole position, local driver Felix
Porteiro never let his team mate Robert Kubica seriously trouble him.
SATISFYING RETURN FOR DANIELSSON, GIAMMARIA IMPROVES UNDERSTRANDING OF THE
After 3 days of practice and qualifying Alx Danielsson has confirmed that
his recovery was very good after Zolder accident. Alx felt a little pain in
Winkelhock in the first row of Race 2
Markus Winkelhock conquers the first row on Race 2 grid thanks to the
pole position that he snatched in the second session of qualifying (
even- numbered group).
Very busy day for Draco...
Porteiro and Zuber on pole
Tomorrow morning, Felix Porteiro (Epsilon Euskadi) will have the happy
privilege to start from pole in front of his home crowd. He will be
lining up alongside his teammate Robert Kubica, who is currently leading
Among the leading drivers since yesterday morning, Andreas Zuber (Carlin
Motorsport) was quickest outright in today's free practice. At the end
of the two sessions, the Austrian topped the timesheets, ahead of Adrian
Valles (Pons ...
Viareggio, 2005 Presentation: Big success for Draco ceremony
Saturday 28th May the annual Draco presentation took place in Viareggio,
earning a big success; a ceremony which will remain an unforgettable day,
of course! The car of the...
RAFFAELE GIAMMARIA AT VALENCIA WITH DAMS
Valencia, 1st June 2005 -- Following the suspension of Pastor Maldonado, Raffaele Giammaria will join
team DAMS on car 23 at the 3rd round of the 2005 World Series by Renault at
Under the hot Valencia sun--
After the legendary circuit of Monaco, the World Series by Renault
drivers head towards Spain for the third meeting of the year. There have
already been three different winning drivers this season: Enrico
Alex took part in his first race since October 2004, thanks to a
last-minute deal with the French DAMS team in the new Renault World
Series Championship. The race was the main support race to the Formula
One Grand Prix in ...
DARK WEEKEND FOR DAMS AT MONACO
The accident of Pastor Maldonado last Thursday at Monaco in which a marshal
has been hurt has been a big shock for all the team. With 2 broken
vertebrae Gilles Porcier will have to stay in bed for 6 ...
Pastor Maldonado suspended for 9 races
The Venezuelan driver and RDD member was suspended for nine races of the
World Series by Renault championship after a serious incident in free
During practice last Thursday in Monaco, a car ...
Christian Montanari conquers a resounding success
The driver Christian Montanari of Draco Multiracing USA achieved a masterly
success in the city circuit of Montecarlo: a fantastic victory, thanks to a
race in which S.Marino's ...
Montanari all the way
Starting from pole position, Christian Montanari (Draco Multiracing USA)
led the first support race of the 63rd Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monaco F1
from start to finish. The San Marino driver was joined on the podium by
Christian Montanari snatches the pole!
S.Marino' driver of the Draco Multiracing USA Team Christian Montanari
conquered the pole position thanks to a perfect lap carried out in the
official qualifying session in...
Montanari helps himself to pole
Originally from the Principality of San Marino, Christian Montanari
(Draco Multiracing USA) took pole position in-- the Principality of
Monaco, in the dying seconds of the session. He will joined on the front
Winkelhock is a quick learner
It was in bright, sunny conditions that the drivers in the World Series
by Renault got their first taste of the Monaco circuit behind the wheel
of their Formula Renault 3.5 cars. Markus Winkelhock (Draco ...
The World Series seeks its Prince
Monaco is as much the stuff of legend for the World Series by Renault
drivers as it is for the world of Formula One itself, as it is their
opportunity to race alongside the category they one day hope to...
Alex Lloyd secures one-off race in Renault World Series in Monaco
In a last minute deal, Alex Lloyd has secured a one-off drive for
the Le Mans-based DAMS team in the new-for-2005 Renault World Series
championship this coming weekend in Monaco...
ALEX Lloyd JOINS DAMS FOR MONACO WORLD SERIES RACE
Le Mans, 16th May 2005 -- Young British talent Alex Lloyd will replace
Alx Danielsson at Monaco following the accident and injury of Alx at Zolder.
Alex Lloyd is a very promising young...
DISAPPOINTING WEEKEND FOR DAMS
After the disappointing result of qualifying yesterday, DAMS had to hope
for good race circumstances and luck to have any chance of scoring some
points. Unfortunately, in both races, Pastor MALDONADO did...
Fantastic success of Markus Winkelhock, who conquers the third step of the
podium in Race 2.
S.Marino' Christian Montanari seventh in Race 1. A demanding week-end for
Draco Team, because of gearbox problems on the Winkelhock's car and...
Kubica's strategy pays dividends
A breath-taking second race in the World Series held the full attention
of the 52,000 spectators present at the Zolder circuit. In daring to
adopt a different tyre-change strategy to the leaders, the ...
Toccacelo out on his own
Enrico Toccacelo (Victory Engineering) led from start to finish to take
victory in the first race in the 2005 World Series. The Italian driver
was joined on the podium by Austrian Andreas Zuber (Carlin Motorsport)
REASSURING DIAGNOSIS FOR DANIELSSON AFTER CRASH IN QUALIFYING 1
Alx Danielsson was involved in a major crash in today's 1st qualifying
after he hit a car stopped on the track in a place without visibility. The
circumstances of the crash...
Toccacelo and Power on pole
More than 20,000 spectators converged on the Zolder circuit today to
watch qualifying for the World Series by Renault. After witnessing a
crowd-pleasing demonstration of Franck Montagny's Renault F1 car,