Hall Of Fame: 2021 feeder series champions

2021 was another crazy year in racing with COVID still having an effect on most series. A huge thank you to all the organisers that helped keep all these series on track. Let’s go through the champions of 2021 and what’s next for them. By Charlie Parker Formula 2: Oscar Piastri There aren’t enough adjectives to describe this Australian. After winning F3 as a rookie, … Continue reading Hall Of Fame: 2021 feeder series champions

Road to Indy test preview: Nannini and Foster sizing up a move to the US

With thirteen cars on the Indy Lights entry list for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial open test, we get a first glimpse of what the grid for 2022 could look like. Here’s your run-through ahead of this weekend’s testing action, which also includes Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 By Jeroen Demmendaal Plenty of changes are coming for Indy Lights powerhouse teams HMD Motorsports and Andretti … Continue reading Road to Indy test preview: Nannini and Foster sizing up a move to the US

All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 39)

We always try to make things easier for the fans and make the sport more accessible to potential fans. Here you will find all the schedules for all the feeder series for this week (September 27 – October 3). A little note: the smaller series are sometimes not as updated by the series themselves, so information could be wrong. Time zones are Central European Summer … Continue reading All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 39)

Force Indy and Myles Rowe reach new heights with first USF2000 victory

It’s fitting that Myles Rowe’s first win came at a slippery track, where pure driving skills and courage behind the wheel were even more important than usual. Because for those of us who’ve watched the young New Yorker and the brand new Force Indy team get to grips with USF2000 this year, it’s been pretty clear pretty quick that Myles Rowe is a great talent. … Continue reading Force Indy and Myles Rowe reach new heights with first USF2000 victory

All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 34)

We always try to make things easier for the fans and make the sport more accessible to potential fans. Here you will find all the schedules for all the feeder series for this week (August 23 – 29). A little note: the smaller series are sometimes not as updated by the series themselves, so information could be wrong. Time zones are Central European Summer Time … Continue reading All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 34)

All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 26)

We always try to make things easier for the fans and make the sport more accessible to potential fans. From FIA F3 to W Series, here you will find all the schedules for all the feeder series for this week (June 28 – July 4). A little note: the smaller series are sometimes not as updated by the series themselves, so information could be wrong. … Continue reading All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend (Week 26)

All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend

We always try to make things easier for the fans and make the sport more accessible to potential fans. From FIA Formula 3 to Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine, here you will find all the schedules for all the feeder series for this week (June 14 -20). A little note: the smaller series are sometimes not as updated by the series themselves, so information … Continue reading All Feeder Series Schedules For This Weekend

Road to Indy round-up: St Petersburg

Andretti recovers in Indy Lights from a slow start at Barber, a tight four-way battle for the title in Indy Pro 2000 and Christian Brooks takes the lead in USF2000! By Jeroen Demmendaal Indy Lights The opening weekend at Barber was always going to be an outlier in this year’s Indy Lights season. The HMD Motorsports/Global Racing Group had spent a lot of time testing … Continue reading Road to Indy round-up: St Petersburg

USF2000 season preview: spectacle guaranteed

Only a few days to go until the 2021 Road to Indy season kicks off at Barber Motorsports Park. Our editor-at-large and resident Road to Indy writer Jeroen Demmendaal highlights some of the potential stars in USF2000 that deserve extra attention this year. By Jeroen Demmendaal As I wrote in last year’s preview, while Indy Pro 2000 and especially Indy Lights usually provide a pretty … Continue reading USF2000 season preview: spectacle guaranteed

RTI-expert Rob Howden discusses his vision for the Road to Indy

Loyal viewers of the Road to Indy TV web broadcasts will know him as The Voice of the feeder series for the NTT IndyCar Series. Yet since last December Rob Howden has another, arguably more important job within the Road to Indy organization, as its new Series Development Director. F1 Feeder Series had an exclusive sit-down with the Canadian to discuss his plans for the … Continue reading RTI-expert Rob Howden discusses his vision for the Road to Indy

From Copenhagen with love – meet USF2000 star Christian Rasmussen

There are few drivers who have been as dominant in their series this year as Christian Rasmussen. The 20-year old from Denmark has been a force of nature in USF2000, winning the first five races as he is gunning for a seat in the NTT IndyCar Series a few years from now. In other words, it was about time F1 Feeder Series sat down with … Continue reading From Copenhagen with love – meet USF2000 star Christian Rasmussen

Season preview: 2020 Road to Indy promises spectacle across the board

As the 2020 Road to Indy season is about to get underway on the Streets of St Petersburg this weekend, our editor-at-large and resident Road to Indy writer Jeroen Demmendaal highlights some of the potential stars in Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 that deserve extra attention in 2020. By Jeroen Demmendaal Indy Lights – Can Kyle Kirkwood make it three in a row? … Continue reading Season preview: 2020 Road to Indy promises spectacle across the board

These are all the 2019 feeder series champions

With Lucca Allen winning the 2019 F4 SEA championship on December 15th, all the open wheel feeder series have been completed. And what a year it was, with extreme highs and lows. Don’t know who won which championship? Check out this list that goes from F4 all the way up to F2 and you’re up to date! Continue reading These are all the 2019 feeder series champions

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Dutch youngster Rick Bouthoorn is ready to follow in the footsteps of Rinus VeeKay

He may be only 15 years old, but when discussing his career plans, young Dutch racer Rick Bouthoorn speaks with a confidence that belies his tender age. This is a youngster that knows where he wants to go, and why. After six years spent on the European karting circuit, Rick and his father Patrick are ready for the next step: the Bouthoorns are gunning for … Continue reading Dutch youngster Rick Bouthoorn is ready to follow in the footsteps of Rinus VeeKay

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Manuel Cabrera signs with Exclusive Autosport for full season of USF2000

Mexican Manuel Cabrera will race the 2019 USF2000 season as he signed a contract with Exclusive Autosport. Cabrera isn’t new to Exclusive Autosport, as he raced with them in the first half of the 2018 USF2000 season. In the seven races the Mexican drove for the team he had a highest finish of 8th in Road America and he finished in 22nd place in the … Continue reading Manuel Cabrera signs with Exclusive Autosport for full season of USF2000