Continuity is the name of the game in Formula Renault 3.5 Series, with the 13 teams preselected for the 2014 campaign having all registered for the 2013 season.
Oliver Rowland clinched the Fortec seat following an impressive performance at the three-day FR3.5 test at Aragon last month.
Pietro Fantin comes from a good debut year in F.Renault 3.5, a season in wich he managed to finish into the points four times.
Proudly South African, Top Red Media and powered by Scala teenager gets first taste of World Series by Renault.
The Spanish team showed a very good performance potential with both Andrea Pizzitola and Nikolay Martsenko.
The Ferrari Driver Academy’s talent, Raffaele Marciello, literally annihilated the rivals by occupying the first position from Wednesday to Friday.
The Russian youngster reduced his gap on the leading cars to just 1" in today's morning session.
The team was impressed by Fantin's commitment and professionalism and is looking forward to other chances to work with the Brazilian talent.
The Spanish team was happy to welcome European F3 graduate William Buller and Frenchman Andrea Pizzitola, coming straight from the F.Renault 2.0 Eurocup.
Zeta Corse successfully completed the day's programme and registered very encouraging performances from both Nikolay Martsenko and Roman Mavlanov.
The Italo-Brazilian team boasted a great team effort, closing the morning and the afternoon session in the top ten with both cars.
Tomorrow the team will tackle the third and final day of running: Sergey Sirotkin, one of the 2013 season regulars, will be taking the wheel.
The older son of former F1 driver Jan Magnussen will make his debut in the elite with the same outfit his father once drove for.
When Kevin Magnussen won the Formula Renault 3.5 championship this past weekend, his future in Formula One fairly secured.
After setting the pace in free practice on Friday, Kevin Magnussen showed once again who was the boss.
Arthur Pic: "I'm pleased to have scored points in both races this weekend."
The F.Renault 3.5 Saturday in Paul Ricard proved to be quite special for Draco Racing, as the Italian team managed to collect two trophies.
On Formula Renault 3.5 Series, Kevin Magnussen edges closer to the title.
Christopher Zanella couldn't go further than P19 and Sergey Sirotkin was forced to retire from the race after two spins.
Carlos Sainz seemed ready to grab a deserved 7th place finish but on last lap he had to park his car trackside due to a front-right suspension issue.
A comfortable win for Kevin Magnussen, who took the chequered flag five seconds in front of Nico Müller.