super-formula-lights News and Analysis
Giuliano Alesi says he's relishing the chance to race for TOM'S in Super Formula this season as a replacement for Kazuki Nakajima, but admits he "doesn't know what to expect" from his debut.
Ex-Honda junior driver Teppei Natori has launched a crowdfunding campaign as he aims for a return to Super Formula Lights this year.
Giuliano Alesi says Japan offered him the best opportunity to pursue a career in professional motorsport after a two-year stint in Formula 2 where he “didn’t even have a chance” to win.
Giuliano Alesi has been officially unveiled as one of three drivers in an expanded TOM'S line-up for the 2021 Super Formula Lights season.
Ex-Formula 1 racer Sakon Yamamoto will make his first race outing in a single-seater in more than five years when he contests next weekend's Super Formula Lights season finale.
Toyota protege Ritomo Miyata secured the inaugural Super Formula Lights title with a round to spare after taking two wins from three during this weekend at Suzuka.
The rebranded Super Formula Lights series has attracted a 12-car entry for its inaugural event at Motegi next weekend.
With Formula 1 enjoying one of its strongest rookie intake in 2019, Motorsport.com looks at the top 20 junior drivers of 2019 aiming to follow in the footsteps of Alexander Albon, Lando Norris and George Russell.
Inaugural W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is planning to add another single-seater programme to her defence of the title next year, which could include a move to the rebranded Super Formula Lights category in Japan.
Sacha Fenestraz says his rookie season success in All-Japan Formula 3 shows that Renault was “wrong” to drop him from its driver development programme.
Former Renault junior Sacha Fenestraz wrapped up the All-Japan Formula 3 title with a double victory in the penultimate round at Motegi.
Dallara has revealed a brand new junior single-seater car at Spa-Francorchamps, with the Euroformula Open and Japanese Formula 3 championships in mind.
Formula 3 European Championship race winner Enaam Ahmed has switched to the B-Max with Motopark squad for his move to the Japanese series in 2019.
In 2018, the junior single-seater scene was full of exciting talent, shown best by Mercedes, Red Bull and McLaren each bringing an F2 star into Formula 1. Motorsport.com ranks the top 20 youngsters of the year.