The Royal Automobile Club of Belgium's sports tribunal [Tribunal Sportif
du RACB Sport] met on October 26, 2006 to examine the appeal lodged by RC
Motorsport subsequent to Borja Garcia's disqualification from race two at
Spa-Francorchamps (on July...
McIntosh set for World Series finale in Spain
Montreal, Canada (October 24, 2006) -- Canada's Sean McIntosh heads into
this weekend's World Series by Renault season finale, hosted at the
Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday 28th --...
Kerr heads to Spain for World Series season finale
London, England (October 24, 2006) -- Spain's Circuit de Catalunya plays
host to Round 9 of the 2006 World Series by Renault, the season finale,
this weekend, Saturday 28th -- Sunday 29th...
2007 IN EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA AND ASIA FOR A GLOBAL RACING PROGRAM
San Pietro Mosezzo, Italy and Indianapolis, USA (October 23, 2006).
Eurointernational Group is pleased to announce the 2007 racing plans
which will include championships...
Day of reckoning
Going into the final round of the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 at the
Barcelona circuit, there are just nine points separating the top four
drivers: Andy Soucek (Interwetten.com), Pastor Maldonado (Draco
Sainz at the wheel of the Renault F1!
The Renault F1 Team demonstrations, always one of the highlights at a
World Series by Renault meeting, will offer something extra special in
Barcelona. The double F1 World Championship-winning car will be ...
Resounding success again at Le Mans!
With more than 170,000 spectators in attendance over the weekend, the
World Series by Renault confirmed its ranking as France's second most
popular motorsport event. The penultimate meeting of the season was...
Tech 1 Racing shines at home--
More than 160,000 spectators turned out for France's round of the World
Series by Renault, held on the Le Mans Bugatti circuit. Tech 1 Racing,
the only French team competing on the World ...
McIntosh left frustrated in France
Vancouver, Canada (October 2, 2006) -- Canada's Sean McIntosh endured a
frustrating day yesterday at Le Mans, France, Sunday 1st October, as he
failed to make the start of Race 2 in Round 8 of the World Series...
Wild Le Mans race leaves Kerr languishing
London, England (October 2, 2006) -- Heading into yesterday's second-leg
of Round 8 of the 2006 World Series by Renault, Sunday 1st October,
Britain's Robbie Kerr had high expectations for the race...
Maldonado set for final fight
By claiming his fourth win of the season at Le Mans, Pastor Maldonado
(Draco Multiracing USA) has put himself back in contention for the title!
Borja Garcia (RC Motorsport) did much the same in finishing third ...
McIntosh ninth in Le Mans debut
Sean McIntosh collected two more valuable World Series by Renault points
today as he came home ninth in his debut on the Bugatti Circuit at Le
Mans in France in the first of Round 8's ...
Hat trick for Danielsson!
Alx Danielsson (Comtec Racing) today became the first driver to win three
consecutive World Series Formula Renault 3.5 races. The Swedish driver
was joined on the podium by Milos Pavlovic (Draco Multiracing USA) ...
Watch out for the French!
Alx Danielsson (Comtec Racing) took his second consecutive pole position,
but he will have to watch out for the French drivers! The Swedish driver
will be joined on the front row by Tristan Gommendy (Pons Racing). Tech...
Gommendy on pole
Tristan Gommendy has clearly found the right partner in choosing Pons
Racing! The Frenchman will start on pole position in Sunday's long race,
alongside Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) on the front row.
Even more exciting!
The World Series by Renault's flagship category, the World Series Formula
Renault 3.5 is set to undergo some in-depth changes for 2007 in order to
provide more overtaking opportunities. The car's new "push to pass"
Holiday! ... It would be so nice!
No, we're not talking about the refrain of that well-known Summer pop
hit. Instead we take a look at what some of the leading lights from the
three World Series by Renault championships will be getting up to ...
A well-earned break...
Three meetings in the space of four weeks left the World Series Formula
Renault 3.5 teams with barely enough time to catch their breath in July.
With two thirds of the season gone, the outcome of this year's title
In the top 5 for the first time !
Having arrived at the Nurburgring with six points in the teams
championship, the Tech 1 Racing team left with a grand total of 15 !
Marco Bonanomi and Ryo Fukuda demonstrated the...
Prema reveals its power
Christian Montanari gave Prema Power Team its first victory in World
Series Formula Renault 3.5. The San Marino driver thus scored his first
win since taking victory at Monaco in 2005. Satisfaction was equally felt
Gimme five, Pastor!
Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) clinched his fifth pole position
of the season after a session held in particularly difficult conditions.
The Venezuelan will be joined on the front row for this afternoon's race
Parente retakes control
Alvaro Parente's (Victory Engineering) second win of the season took him
back to the top of the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 standings. The
Portuguese driver finished ahead of Borja Garcia (RC Motorsport) and
First pole for Aleshin
Mikhail Aleshin (Carlin Motorsport) bagged his first ever pole position
in World Series Formula Renault 3.5 here at the Nurburgring. The Russian
will be joined on the front row for this afternoon's race by Alvaro
Garcia and Kerr disqualified
Borja Garcia (RC Motorsport) and Robbie Kerr (KTR) have been disqualified
from race two at Spa-Francorchamps, after post-race Scrutineering
revealed their single-seaters to be technically non-compliant ...
Danielsson back with a bang!
After being involved in two major accidents in Spa-Francorchamps, Alx
Danielsson (Comtec Racing) proved today that he was as fearless as ever.
As has often been the case this year, the Swedish driver produced ...
McIntosh hungry for more heading to Nurburgring
Montreal, Canada (August 01, 2006) -- Following his second place podium
finish in the first race at Spa-Francorchamps last Friday, Sean McIntosh
heads to Germany's Nurburgring Circuit this...
Nurburgring up next for Kerr
London, England (August 01, 2006) -- With just a handful of days in
between last weekend's fifth round of the World Series by Renault,
at Spa-Francorchamps, and this weekend's sixth round, hosted at the
Who will be King of the Ring?
A week after the Spa-Francorchamps meeting, the World Series Formula
Renault 3.5 drivers gather at the Nurburgring circuit as they move into
the second half of the season. In the heart of the Eifel mountains,...
Tech 1 Racing on the up!
One point in Istanbul, two at Misano, now three at Spa! Every World
Series Formula Renault 3.5 meeting seems to provide an opportunity for
the Tech 1 Racing team to increase its score. On his...
A first for Garcia!
Having been up with the leaders all year, Spanish driver Borja Garcia (RC
Motorsport) claimed his first win of the season in Spa. He finished ahead
of Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA), who lost the race at the