A1GP in China A1 Team India's Narain Karthikeyan made history today when he took his and the team's first ever A1GP race win in this afternoon's incident-packed Feature race at China's Zhuhai International Circuit. Karthikeyan was joined on the podium by New Zealand's Jonny Reid, who started from 10th on the grid, and South Africa's Adrian Zaugg in third.
A1GP in China Defending champion A1 Team Germany qualified in pole position for tomorrow morning's Sprint race at the inaugural Huatai A1GP Zhuhai, China while the Feature race will be led off the grid by current championship leader Switzerland. India's Narain Karthikeyan put in a sensational lap in Q4 to secure third position on the grid, closely followed by France's Loic Duval while China's CongFu Cheng qualified in sixth.
Champions Tour to Put Racing Legends Back on Track
OSRCT Some of racing’s greatest drivers are getting ready to ride again. The Old School Racing Champions Tour (OSRCT) along with racing legends Jack Ingram, Dave Marcis, and Larry Pollard unveiled the first race car out of the stables of Old School Racing.
Star Mazda 17 years as one of the premier open-wheel driver development series in North America, the Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear can lay claim to a long and distinguished list of alumni.
A1GP in Malaysia Pole sitter and Sprint race winner A1 Team Switzerland took its second win of the day in this afternoon's incident-packed Feature race at Sepang in scorching weather conditions, moving the team into the championship lead by 10 points. Jani was joined on the podium by Brazilian rookie Sergio Jimenez, who started the race sixth and led for 15 laps, in second position and French driver Loic Duval in third.
a1gp Switzerland's Neel Jani put in a sensational performance during qualifying for the A1GP Sepang, Malaysia this afternoon to take pole position for tomorrow's Sprint and Feature race. The Champ Car Swiss star will start the Sprint race from P1 tomorrow morning for the third consecutive season at Sepang and he will lead the drivers off the grid for A1GP's 50th ever race tomorrow afternoon.
Star Mazda 2007 was another banner year for the Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear. The deep talent pool included drivers from four continents and seven countries, with eight different winners in twelve races and just four points separating the 4th and 8th-place finishers. And, claiming the champion’s share of a prize fund was Dane Cameron.
Champ Car and IRL can learn from the SIRIUS/XM Merger
Mark J. Cipolloni In a brief note previewing the upcoming earnings announcements for XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio, Cowen analyst Tom Watts asserts that there is a “70%-plus chance” that the proposed merger of the two companies wins government approval; Maybe the Champ Car World Series and Indy Racing League should again take a look at what the two satellite radio companies are doing; There are a lot of things that are common in both cases.
A1GP feature Race A1 Team New Zealand took its second victory of the day in this afternoon's thrilling Feature race at Brno in the Czech Republic, moving the team into the championship lead by one point. Jonny Reid crossed the line in first place from seventh on the grid, ahead of the Netherlands' Jeroen Bleekemolen and Switzerland's Neel Jani in second and third position respectively.
A1GP finally gets it right Ferrari to supply engines in long term A1GP partnership deal as well as design chassis and consult on manufacture for new car in Season Four. Ferrari to supply engines to new A2GP Series in Season Five. The partnership with Ferrari extends to an exclusive licensing agreement for all A1GP merchandise to use the Ferrari name.
Clinches title in Japan Casey Stoner is deservedly the newly crowned 2007 MotoGP World Champion, following the events of the A-Style Grand Prix of Japan, where he clinched the title with three races of the season remaining. At the age of 21 years and 342 days the Ducati Marlboro man has become the second youngest rider in the 59 year history of Grand Prix racing to win the premier class title - the youngest being American Freddie Spencer.
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