Action right from the restart!
After a winter break of more than three months, the thirty Formula
Renault 3.5 cars entered for the World Series 2006 have taken to the
track once again in Barcelona. The clement spring weather meant the teams
PATRIZI TO TEST WORLD SERIES BY RENAULT CAR FOR VICTORY
Up and coming Australian racing talent Michael Patrizi will
add to his hectic testing schedule next week when the West
Australian tests a World Series by Renault car for ...
The 2006 line-up begins to take shape
With just over a month to go until the start of this year's winter
testing, the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 teams have been keeping
themselves busy. Hardly a day goes by without news about drivers for...
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...
Maldonado's loss is Vettel's gain
Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) was disqualified from the first
race in Misano due the technical non-compliance of his Formula Renault
3.5. The Venezuelan's forfeits the win, which goes instead to ...
Maldonado goes it alone
Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) notched up a clear victory in
Misano, a second World Series Formula Renault 3.5 maximum to go with his
win in Monaco. The Venezuelan now holds a clear lead in the overall
As well as his role as test and reserve driver
for the BMW Sauber F1 Team, Sebastian Vettel will also go racing in the 2007
season. The 19-year old from Heppenheim in Germany will compete for the
British team Carlin Motorsport in the World Series...
McIntosh aiming for World Series top-ten
Montreal, Canada (July 10, 2006) -- Having competed in Belgium, Monaco
and Turkey so far this season, Canada's Sean McIntosh heads to the
Misano Circuit in Italy this weekend, 15th-16th July, for Round 4...
First pole for Maldonado
Pastor Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) took his first pole position in
World Series Formula Renault 3.5 with a perfect lap in the opening
session. In the other group, Borja Garcia (RC Motorsport) set the fastest
McIntosh seventh fastest at Le Mans test
Le Mans, France (April 03, 2006) -- Sean McIntosh set the seventh
fastest time in official pre-season testing as the World Series by
Renault sampled the Bugatti Circuit at Le Mans, France at the ...
Busy in Barcelona
The first two days of collective testing in Barcelona provided some
initial indications about the 2006 line-up. The competition looks as
though it will be even tighter than last year, with the new recruits
determined not to let...
After a quite busy season 2006 which came to an end in
Barcelona last October 28th, the World Series by Renault
FR 3.5 started yesterday its winter tests on the Paul Ricard
HTTT. The best drivers of the different Renault formulas
tested for two...
Drivers dealt a new hand!
Last season's runner-up in British Formula Renault 2.0, Sean McIntosh
seems to be totally in his element at Donington. That said, there has
hardly been a drop of rain here today amidst the greenery of the ...
Carlos Sainz: "Renault gave me one of the best experiences of my life"
The double world rally champion was at the wheel of a very different
world champion car this weekend...
After first driving the Renault F1 R25 on 19 October on a ...
The Draco Team is going to prepare the double WSR join test session of
Le Mans and Nurburgring.
The Draco Team, immediately after the end of the two days test session
in Barcelona, is preparing itself for the two next test sessions. Le
Juniors take centre stage
The World Series Formula Renault 3.5 winter tests got underway today at
the Paul Ricard HTTT circuit. Renault Sport invited the top drivers from
Formula Renault 1.6, Formula Renault 2.0, Formula V6 Asia by Renault ...
Season draws to a close at Barcelona
More than 90,000 fans were in attendance for the closing round of the
2006 World Series by Renault, which saw the titles go to three worthy
champions: Alx Danielsson (World Series Formula Renault 3.5), ...
Sean McIntosh opened his World Series by Renault points account today
with a skillful drive to fourth place in Race 1 of the weekend's
double-header event at the 5.430km Istanbul Park Circuit in Turkey, the
21-year-old Canadian, racing for the ...
Kerr happy with World Series by Renault test debut
Barcelona, Spain (March 24, 2006) -- Robbie Kerr declared himself
satisfied with the progress made following his first test outing for
Team KTR in the 2006 World Series by Renault at the Circuit...
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...
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 ...
Tech 1 hits the streets--
The Tech 1 Racing team took part in its first race through the streets
of Monaco last weekend. Drivers Jerome d'Ambrosio and Ryo Fukuda
experienced mixed fortunes during the F1 Grand Prix's...
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...
McIntosh to make Le Mans race debut
Montreal, Canada (September 26, 2006) -- Keen to put the disappointment
of a frustrating World Series by Renault (WSR) outing at Donington Park,
England well behind him, Canada's Sean McIntosh hopes to rebound...
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...
Kerr hoping for change of fortune at Spa
London, England (July 24, 2006) -- Robbie Kerr heads to the famous
Spa-Francorchamps circuit this weekend, 28th-29th July, as Round 5 of
the 2006 World Series by Renault plays out on it second stop in ...
McIntosh up to speed in World Series by Renault testing
Barcelona, Spain (March 24, 2006) -- Sean McIntosh's first official
outing for Team KTR in the World Series by Renault ended successfully
yesterday with the 20-year-old Canadian posting the...
Curtain down in Catalunya!
The final round of the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Championship
took place in Barcelona last weekend. While Ryo Fukuda and Patrick Pilet
came home from Spain without adding to the team's...
At the start - pole-sitter South Africa's Adrian Zaugg (Carlin
Motorsport) got away well but local knowledge on the part of Alx
Danielsson (Comtec) let him find a way through before they got to the
Craner Curves. Thereafter nothing apart from ...
From a pole position start, Andy Soucek (Interwetten.com) led World
Series Formula Renault 3.5 race one from start to finish. The Spaniard
held off his countryman Borja Garcia (RC Motorsport), who nevertheless
took some valuable...
Qualifying fuel error costs McIntosh
Following his fifth place performance yesterday, Canada's Sean McIntosh
had hoped to challenge for victory today at Donington but a costly error,
his car being short-fuelled in qualifying, saw the 21-year-old...