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...
Kerr focused on the front heading to Le Mans
London, England (September 26, 2006) -- The penultimate round of the 2006
World Series by Renault heads to the French marque's homeland this
weekend, Saturday 30th September -- Sunday 1st October, as...
Five go racing
Penultimate meeting of the season, the Le Mans round will be critical in
deciding the outcome of the title. There will undoubtedly be winners and
losers among the five leaders at the Bugatti circuit. But who from Andy
The World Series in glorious Technicolor!
The green fields of Donington Park were swamped with people this weekend
as the crowds flocked to the British round of World Series by Renault.
Under the clear blue skies, spectators were able to roam ...
Ryo dances the samba!
No, the final round of the World Series by Renault did not take place in
Brazil but instead at Donington Park in Great Britain. Nonetheless, Ryo
Fukuda confirmed Tech 1 Racing's consistent ...
Kerr takes top-ten at Donington
Robbie Kerr came home tenth in this afternoon's
World Series by Renault race at Donington Park,
the 26-year-old Brit recording a points scoring
finish from what could only be described as a
PIPPA MANN COMPLETES WORLD SERIES TEST
British Formula Renault driver Pippa Mann yesterday stepped out onto
Snetterton circuit in a World Series hybrid car for an afternoon of
testing. The twenty-two year old from Aldeburgh, Suffolk, completed...
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...
Danielsson makes it two
Alx Danielsson (Comtec Racing) has taken his second victory here at
Donington Park. The Swedish driver and his team fully controlled the
race. In a rerun of yesterday, Adrian Zaugg (Carlin Motorsport) was again
Unlike Saturday afternoon's race, the WSR race on Sunday was run over
35 minutes and included a compulsory pit stop to change the front
tyres. The window for doing this is considerable, and as a result all
sorts of tactics come into play, with...
Danielsson continues to shine
After having taken his first win of the season here yesterday, Alx
Danielsson (Comtec Racing) earned his first World Series Formula Renault
3.5 pole position this morning. The Swedish driver will start race two
Zolder -- RACB Sport Sports Tribunal
The Royal Automobile Club of Belgium's sports tribunal [Tribunal Sportif
du RACB Sport] met on July 25, 2006 to examine the appeal lodged by Draco
Multiracing USA and Eurointernational competitors after the...
Patrick Pilet with Tech 1 in Donington
Patrick Pilet will drive Tech 1 Racing's second Formula Renault 3.5 car
at Donington Park this weekend. Patrick comes from Gers in Gascony :
together with the Toulouse-based Tech 1 Racing team, it promises...
McIntosh returning to happy hunting ground
Montreal, Canada (September 05, 2006) -- The World Series by Renault
leaves mainland Europe and crosses the English Channel as Donington Park
in England hosts Round 7 of the nine-round championship this...
Neck and neck
After a month-long break, the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 is set to
spring back into action at Donington Park. Separated by only one point at
the top of the overall standings, Alvaro Parente (Victory Engineering),
Danielsson, at last!
After performing consistently well since the start of the season, Alx
Danielsson finally claimed his first win of the season here today. He
shares the success with his Comtec Racing team, for which it is also
their first win...
Zaugg up to speed
After only starting out in World Series Formula Renault 3.5 at the
Nurburgring, Adrian Zaugg (Carlin Motorsport) has already taken his
first pole position here in Donington. The South African will start this
Qualifying woes hinder Kerr's day at Donington
Robbie Kerr's hopes of 'home' advantage heading into this weekend's
World Series by Renault double-header at Donington Park were quickly
thwarted as chronic understeer in this ...
McIntosh takes top-five finish at Donington
Canada's Sean McIntosh earned another top-five finish today as the first
of the weekend's two World Series by Renault races played out on the
2.5-mile Grand Prix Circuit at Donington...
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 ...
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 ...
McIntosh just outside the points with 11th place Monaco
McIntosh just missed out on opening his World Series by Renault points
account today as the Canadian stand-out finished 11th on his debut at the
illustrious Monaco street...
Maldonado + Draco = Monaco
After helping Montanari to victory last year, Draco Multiracing USA
continues its unbeaten run in the Principality. This time it was the
Venezuelan driver Pastor Maldonado who took the chequered flag under...
Montanari does it again!
After taking the pole position and the win here last year, Christian
Montanari (Prema Power Team) has once again proved to be fastest on the
streets of Monaco. The man from San Marino took pole position at the end
Favourites dominate early exchanges
The World Series Formula Renault 3.5's brief sojourn in the Principality
got underway this afternoon with the free practice session. Venezuelan
Pasto Maldonado (Draco Multiracing USA) set the day's quickest ...
Kerr returns to the streets of Monaco
London, England (May 24, 2006) -- Robbie Kerr arrives in Monaco ahead
of this weekend's second round of the 2006 World Series by Renault with
a useful weapon at his disposal -- experience! The former British...
McIntosh to test street skills in Monaco
Montreal, Canada (May 24, 2006) -- Canada's Sean McIntosh will make his
debut on the streets of Monte Carlo this weekend as the World Series by
Renault forms part of the support- race package to the 64th...
The work goes on
Even though the first race is not until the end of this month, the
2006 World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Championship is already well
and truly underway. The second of three official test sessions...
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 ...
Encouraging test form at Le Mans from Kerr Le Mans, France
Official pre-season testing in the World Series by Renault continued at
the weekend, 1st-2nd April, with Britain's Robbie Kerr back behind the
wheel of his Team KTR Formula Renault 3.5...
Zolder results reinstated
The FIA International Court of Appeal was in session on November 28 to
examine the appeal by the Automobile Club d'Italia against the decision
of the Belgian national Court of Appeal relating to race 1 at Zolder,...
James Walker: Promising test in Spain
James Walker completed a successful day of testing with 2004
Championship-winning World Series team, Pons Racing, in Valencia
yesterday. This is the third team the Jersey driver has tested for...
Molina and Pons impress at home
The World Series Formula Renault 3.5 Teams have completed two days of
testing in Valencia. After yesterday's session was dominated by Alvaro
Barba and Comtec, today it was the turn of Pons Racing to come out on ...