Ricky Taylor and Max Angelelli got their second GRAND-AM Rolex Series victory in a six-day span on Saturday, winning the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen, at Watkins Glen International.
Well, now we can understand much better how F1 teams feel after launching their last work of art… and then it stops on the track with some kind of unforeseen Continue reading
We are counting down the days to the season-opening Daytona 500 and for the amount of days left to the 2011 Sprint Cup’s opening race we’ll reveal a magic number Continue reading
18/01/1942, George-Francis Servoz-Gavin is born in Grenoble, France. Johnny Servoz-Gavin’s first F1 World Championship race was a one-off start with the Matra team at the 1967 Monaco GP. A year Continue reading
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Competing in the bill with NASCAR’s two premier StockCar series Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series at Watkins Glen, the Grand-Am Rolex Series had to settle for a sprint race on Continue reading
3rd of November – With the 1991 title already decided in the previous round at Suzuka, the closing race of the season ended up drowning in the streets of Adelaide. Continue reading
18th of April – Jackie Stewart scores the first ever win for the Tyrrell marque at the 1971 Spanish Grand Prix. It was only the fifth race Tyrrell entered with Continue reading
Elio de Angelis was a polite young Roman, a fine sportsman, good tennis player and downhill skier, accomplished classic piano virtuoso, apart from being a quick and very smooth race Continue reading
PIC OF THE WEEK – Qualifying a Toro Rosso for the first time in the team’s history in qualifying in Fuji already was a great achievement for youngster Sebastian Vettel. Continue reading