A deserved third place for Barba and Draco Team
The first race in the circuit of Estoril concludes with a good 3 place
for Alvaro Barba. The Spanish driver, started from 5th row, has made a
good race and he was recompensed by the strategy...
GEARBOX PROBLEMS HINDER QUALIFYING
The Cram by P1 team arrived in Estoril with high hopes for a strong
weekend, but following a myriad of manufacturing problems on Pippa Mann's
car, it was fingers crossed for Saturday morning's qualifying ...
CHAMPAGNE MOMENT FOR FAIRUZ IN PORTUGAL
Fairuz Fauzy was delighted to spray the celebratory champagne after he
took his third podium of the season with a terrific third place finish in
the latest World Series Formula...
Parente earns himself the title!
By just making it onto the podium in the penultimate race of the season,
Alvaro Parente (Tech 1 Racing) has earned himself the 2007 World Series
Formula Renault 3.5 Championship title. The race win went to ...
In MontmelÃ² Pavlovic wins precious points
A not eventful race for the Team Draco's Driver Milos Pavlovic, started
4 in the grid and arrived at the finish in the same position. Precious
points, seen the end of the championship and the few...
The starting grid for the Race 1 in Spain is established
The Qualifying for the World Series first race in the Circuit of
Catalunya have just concluded. The two Drivers of Draco Team left at
9:35, both in Group A, and they were on track for 20 ...
Duran on pole, Parente marches on
Looking particularly comfortable on a wet track this morning, Salvador
Duran (Interwetten.com) has taken his first pole position in World Series
Formula Renault 3.5. With the fastest time in the other group, ...
Molina on a roll!
After taking his first victory last week in Estoril, Miguel Molina (Pons
Racing) has gone on to set the fastest time in collective testing at the
Barcelona circuit. Tech 1 Racing put in a superb team performance with
The 2007 World Series by Renault is set to reach its climax in
Catalonia, on the Montmelo race track. Whilst Brendon Hartley has
already wrapped up the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 title, the winners of
the World Series Formula Renault 3.5 and ...
Tech 1 Racing in an ideal position before the final push!
Julien Jousse took one pole position and a podium at Estoril,
underlining his growing form. Alvaro Parente claimed points in both
races, maintaining the upper hand in his duel with Ben ...
The Championship of World Series comes at the end with G.P. of Spain
The Championship of World Series by Renault comes at the end with the
appointment on Spanish soil this weekend. Drivers will dispute the last
two races of 2007 in the Circuit...
Alvaro Parente (Tech 1 Racing) may not have had a dream weekend at
Estoril, but he did score some precious points to give himself a bit of
breathing space over Ben Hanley (Prema Powerteam). The two men will
travel to Barcelona...
GREAT WEEKEND FOR WALKER IN PORTUGAL
James Walker's performance in the World Series by Renault last weekend
has set the Jersey racer up for a fantastic season finale in Spain in
just a few days' time.
James was on the pace from the moment he...
Successful comeback in Estoril
After and absence of over two years Frederic Vervisch made his comeback
in Formula Renault 3.5 last weekend in the course of the World Series
by Renault. Invited by the Italian team GD Racing, the German Formula
The Dragon shows all its glory. Cars today have flown.
With Pavlovic's victory in Race 2, Team Draco closes a weekend of
successes in a key moment of World Championship Series for the 2007
Nadia Morini, Team Manager, comments with the...
Pavlovic, once again on the top of the podium
The Draco Team on the podium also in Race 2 at Estoril, after the Barba's
third place in Race 1. Today, however, the Italian Team can celebrate
from the top step, thanks to the beautiful victory of...
Second win for Pavlovic!
Milos Pavlovic (Draco Racing) notched up his second race win of the
season at Estoril today, after passing Clivio Piccione (RC Motorsport)
midway through the race. Fairuz Fauzy (Cram Comp0x00e9tition) was the third
Molina does it in style
Miguel Molina (Pons Racing) has taken his chance! The Catalan driver led
from the very first bend, and was unquestionably the fastest man on show
here at Estoril today. Julien Jousse (Tech 1 Racing) finished second
Parente and Jousse on the front row
Tech 1 Racing pulled off a double whammy in this morning's qualifying
session. After Julien Jousse had clocked the best time in the first
group, Alvaro Parente then claimed his third pole position of the ...
Barba to settle the duel?
By setting the best time in collective testing, Alvaro Barba (Draco
Racing) is shaping up as one of the drivers best placed to settle the
duel between Alvaro Parente (Tech 1 Racing) and Ben Hanley (Prema
Ultimate Signature completes list of pre-selected teams
Last Friday, the World Series by Renault Organizing Committee officially
pre-selected a thirteenth team to take part in the World Series Formula
Renault 3.5 2008 Championship. The extra...
WALKER RACES TOWARDS SEASON CLIMAX
James Walker's first World Series by Renault season is fast approaching
its climax and, with back-to-back races in Portugal and Spain closing
the season, the Jersey racer has a couple of busy weeks ahead of ...
Parente aims to secure title at home
For Alvaro Parente (Tech 1 Racing), the penultimate meeting of the season
is an important one for a number of reasons. Not only will the Portuguese
driver, who hails from Porto, be especially motivated to do...
SIGNATURE ULTIMATE TAKES FINAL WORLD SERIES BY RENAULT PLACE
A new team, Signature Ultimate, has claimed the final spot on the 2008
World Series by Renault grid.
The new team is a joint venture between two well-established names in
Vervisch joins GD Racing in Formula Renault 3.5
Frederic Vervisch will join GD Racing for the remainder of the Formula
Renault 3.5 season. In 2005 already, Frederic sat behind the weel of one
of GD's cars during the races at Zolder, Monaco, ...
Twelve of the thirteen teams pre-selected
The World Series by Renault Organizing Committee has today unveiled the
names of twelve of the thirteen teams pre-selected for the 2008 season of
the World Series Formula Renault 3.5. The main features...
Frenchman Guillaume Moreau took his first WSR pole position in Hungary,
scored his first podium finish in England, and won his first race in
front of his home crowd in Magny-Cours.
He is now tenth in the championship table, but row 6 is just...
Bitter pill after Magny-Cours, but a big determination for the end of the
The results of the G.P. of France, in the circuit of Magny-Cours, have
not good for the Draco Team, because there were some problems also
externals (we can...
Tech 1 Racing takes the championship lead
Tech 1 Racing has enjoyed a successful weekend at Magny-Cours. By
finishing in the points in both races, Alvaro Parente and Julien
Jousse (who also claimed his second podium of the year) allowed ...
Kimball Makes the Most of Magny-Cours
Charlie Kimball continued to show promise in his World Series by Renault
campaign this past weekend at the French circuit of Magny-Cours.
Unfortunately, it was another weekend without scoring any ...
CLASH ENDS FAIRUZ"S FRENCH ENCOUNTER
Magny-Cours, France -- September 23, 2007. After disappointment in
yesterday's World Series by Renault 3.5 encounter at Magny-Cours,
Fairuz Fauzy again failed to finish in race two on Sunday. The ...