The top three started on the rapidly degrading super soft tyres, with Louis Deletraz and Callum Ilott jumping pole-sitter Sette Camara to run line astern until the pit stops at the end of lap six.
Because of how quickly the tyre dropped off, as the lap count ticked past six the drivers who started on the soft tyre – much more durable than the supersoft – moved ahead, with Nobuharu ...Keep reading
Taking part in the non-championship race filled with regulars from the F4 United Arab Emirates Championship, the Abu Dhabi native took pole position and streaked to victory by over three seconds.
In the process she beat Nicola Marinangeli and Alex Connor, both driving for F4 UAE dominators Xcel Motorsport.
"It's an amazing feeling, to do it in my home town and at my home track," Al Qubaisi ...Keep reading
Hubert lost his life in a multi-car accident on the Saturday of the Belgian Grand Prix, which started when Giuliano Alesi spun at Eau Rouge and ended with Hubert hitting the barriers at the exit of Raidillon and being hit at speed by Juan Manuel Correa.
As well as Hubert's death, the crash led to Correa spending two weeks in an induced coma and undergoing multiple operations after suffering ...Keep reading
Raghunathan amassed 12 penalty points after the feature race at Paul Ricard and was banned for the next round at the Red Bull Ring.
As the regulations were originally written for F1 and later rolled out to its support series, however, the wording of the rule stipulates that the driver is banned for the next round, as F1 only has one race per weekend.
Raghunathan was banned following race ...Keep reading
DAMS driver Sette Camara had topped the practice session – a whopping seven hours before qualifying started owing to the series bookending the day – and delivered a storming final sector within the last two minutes of the latter session.
Sean Gelael's spin between the final two turns brought out the late yellows as he stalled in the pit entrance.
Callum Ilott and Louis Deletraz make up ...Keep reading
It was Nyck de Vries who set the pace in the beginning with a time of 1m52.771s, before a flurry of improvements dropped the newly-crowned champion to 10th at the midway point of the session.
Sette Camara assumed the top spot by breaking the 1m52s barrier, with teammate Nicholas Latifi improving soon after to establish a DAMS 1-2.
Sette Camara’s benchmark of 1m51.941s was expected to be ...Keep reading