The 2006 World Series by Renault racing calendar will consist of seven
meetings. The World Series Formula Renault 3.5 will also be a curtain
raiser for the Monaco Grand Prix and the Spa-Francorchamps 24-hour race.
World Series by ...
Robert Kubica, F1 driver in 2006
21-year old Polish driver Robert Kubica, the 2005 World Series by Renault
champion, has joined the BMW Sauber F1 Team outfit as its new test and
third driver for 2006, it has been officially announced ...
Looking forward to 2006...
The World Series by Renault finished the 2005 season at the Paul Ricard
HTTT with a two day test session under clear sky and bright sunshine.
The 15 WSR teams completed almost 16 000 km on the 3C track ...
Van de Garde and Pons in command
Pons Racing showed itself to be the strongest team in World Series by
Renault joint testing held at the HTTT Paul Ricard Circuit. Giedo Van de
Garde set today's pole position in 1.14.378 while Alvaro Barba came...
2006 season is already starting...
To start the last test session of the year at the Paul Ricard HTTT, the
World Series by Renault offered to the FR1.6 and FR. 2.0 2005 Champions
the opportunity to take the wheel of the 3.5 World Serie...
Pons Racing and Barba lead the way
Michael Ammermuller was on top of the monitors at the mini-test held at
the Paul Ricard track dedicated to 14 top drivers, mostly from Formula
Renault 2.0 Championships. Spanish driver Alvaro Barba also ...
World Series eyes 2006 season
After celebrating its first ever award ceremony at the Race of Champions
event at the Stade de France (Paris), it is time for the World Series to
return to the track. The Paul Ricard HTTT circuit is the venue for ...
A successful F1 baptism for Kubica
As winner of the World Series by Renault, Robert Kubica had his first run
in a Formula 1 car today. And not any old car, as it was the World
Championship winning Renault R25. The Pole completed 41 laps, and set...
THE INTERVIEW: PASINI
First test with Draco, what do you think about it?
"It's a well organized and a higly professional team, it's pleasant to
work with because of the homely atmosphere."
What did you expect?
"Surely to make the first or...
Pastor Maldonado reigns in Valencia
The World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Teams finished their first days of
testing for the 2006 season. More than 30 young drivers were in
attendance for the first time. The next test will be at the HTTT ...
Fernando Rees in control
The World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Teams started their first winter
test day in Valencia today. More than 30 drivers have the opportunity to
experience what it is like to drive a World Series car. Overall, this
French racer Simon Pagenaud turns his attention Stateside
Quick in Atlantics testing, Pagenaud working towards future in Champ Car
(21 November 2005)----Since first getting his start karting as a ten
year old, Simon Pagenaud has always been...
Back to work!
The World Series by Renault 2006 winter test is due to be held in
Valencia this week over two days (November 22-23). Some of the drivers
taking part in this test are going to get their first taste of what its
like behind the wheel...
Fifteen teams selected for 2006
The World Series by Renault Organizing Committee has made its final
selection of teams to take part in the 2006 World Series Formula Renault
The committee consists of Jean-Paul Mari (Motorsport...
RENAULT WORLD SERIES JOIN TESTS SESSION
VALENCIA 21-22 NOVEMBER
The date of the first join tests session, after the end of 2005
Championship, has been fixed. It will be at Valencia the next 22th and
23th of November. After a very successfully...
Winkelhock prepares his F1 test
Midland F1 confirmed yesterday that the German driver Markus Winkelhock
will test their F1 car on December 10, in Jerez. Markus has had a
fantastic first season in the World Series Formula Renault 3.5, ...
World Series by Renault reigning champion Robert Kubica visited Renault
F1 Team headquarters in Enstone (UK) yesterday, in order to go through
final preparations for his forthcoming test with the R25, on December 1st
Fifteen teams pre-selected for 2006
The World Series by Renault Organising Committee has completed
pre-selection of the teams that will be invited to take part in the 2006
World Series Formula Renault 3.5 championship.
The Organising Committee...
New horizons for Avelon Formula
At the end of the final round of the World Series by Renault 2005, Avelon
Formula, one of the teams pre-selected by Renault Sport for next season,
announced that it will not be taking part in the 2006 ...
Overview of the 2006 season
Having attracted more than 700,000 spectators to tracks around Europe in
2005, the first World Series by Renault season has been a resounding
success with the fans. In 2006, several changes will be made to...
The final win goes to Winkelhock
Markus Winkelhock (Draco Multiracing USA) wrapped up the 2005 World
Series by Renault by winning his third race of the season. The German won
in front of Adrian Valles (Pons Racing), who ends up as runner-up ...
Valles wins incident-packed race
The Monza track -- with its endless overtaking opportunities -- was
the venue for the most exciting race of the season. Adrian Valles (Pons
Racing) only took the lead with two laps to go. The Spanish driver ...
Double pole for Porteiro
The front row line-up for race 1 will be a 100% Spanish affair, with
Felix Porteiro (Epsilon Euskadi) alongside Adrian Valles (Pons Racing).
Felix will also start from pole position in the final race of the season.