• American GP2 Series title contender to race in five of the remaining rounds of the 2015 season
Marina Bay Circuit, Singapore
Wednesday 16 September 2015, 23.00hrs SGT (Singapore) / 16.00hrs BST (Banbury, UK) / 08.00hrs PDT (California)
The Manor Marussia F1 Team is pleased to announce that it has signed Alexander Rossi as Race Driver for five of the seven remaining rounds of the 2015 season, competing alongside Will Stevens. He will make his Grand Prix debut at this weekend’s 2015 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix.
Alexander is the first American Formula 1 driver since Scott Speed competed in 2007. The 23 year old, from Nevada City in California, is currently lying in second place in the 2015 GP2 Series, with three rounds of the championship remaining. The team is happy to support him in that battle,... [Read More]
I don't have the words to express how gutted I am about Justin Wilson.
I am praying for Justin's family and younger brother Stefan, whom I've worked with in the USF2000 paddock over the last few years.
The tributes on Twitter have been something to behold. Hopefully you are following the usual channels and reading more from the other drivers in IndyCar and the supporting series. Stefan himself posted an amazing tweet about hoping to be half the man his brother was. Amen, brother. Justin was a class act.
Longer tributes can be found at www.racer.com, and of course, many other racing websites and blogs.
Cabana #5 will be up and running this Saturday for the Tudor fun at LRP.
Come see the new more user friendly landscaping that almost has grass on it!
Should have it made in the shade...
Be there or be square!
Phineas T. J. Craige returned to Lime Rock Park for the first time in two years to run in the Lime Rock Driver's Club spec Miata race on Saturday.
Working off the rust in practice Jim's pace was good but not quite up to that of Dan Moen or Anthony Geraci. Jim qualified 3rd ahead of John Posey who was driving a 1.6 liter ssm Miata while Jim, Don and Anthony were in newer heavier 1.8 liter sm Miata's.
At the start Jim held 3rd for 2 laps until John Posey passed him on lap 3. They traded P3 a few times until Jim pulled away as John's older tires started to fade. Jim put his head down and spent the next ten laps closing the gap to Dan Moen in P2. It took a couple more laps for Jim to get around Dan and then set his sites on Anthony. With the laps winding down it didn't look like there would be enough time to catch the leader but all the rust fell away and Jim narrowed the gap with brilliant late braking into big bend on the white flag lap putting him on... [Read More]