F1 Feeder Series breaks down the developments in the F3 driver market so far Continue reading FIA Formula 3: Who’s going where in 2023?
We talked about their weekend in the latest F1 Feeder Series Podcast Continue reading Vesti and Chovet talk F2, F3 and FRECA at Imola and Monza
With Ukyo Sasahara we talk about Super Formula, racing in general and his career Continue reading Ukyo Sasahara (Team Mugen) previews the 2022 Super Formula Championship
Mueller and Rehfeld sat down with F1 Feeder Series to discuss how their team handled its maiden championship Continue reading PHM Racing on their first ever campaign: ‘We shook up the establishment’
Evans GP might only be in their second year of operations as a feeder series team, but after finishing as runners-up in their inaugural year in F3 Asia, the Australian outfit is looking to go one better and win the ongoing Formula Regional Asian Championship (FRAC). By Tyler Foster Starting your own team in motorsport is always a risky challenge, especially when you’re competing against … Continue reading The Australian underdogs looking for FRAC glory: “We have to aim to win”
The lines between reality and simulation are blurring more and more as we tick off the years in this 21st century, and one field where this is becoming more obvious is motorsport. With the news that 23-year-old Turkish sim racing-turned-real racing star Cem Bölükbasi will be of Charouz Racing System’s FIA Formula 2 drivers for 2022, it’s clearly laying down the marker that being fast … Continue reading So, who is sim-racer turned F2 driver Cem Bolukbasi?
With hundreds of drivers competing in feeder series all over the world, your chances of getting to Formula 1 are slim. If you manage to join the academy of a Formula 1 team though, they increase tenfold. That is, if you perform. In this series we take a look at how the members of F1 academies have performed in 2021. Today: the Red Bull Junior … Continue reading Here’s how the Red Bull Junior Team did in 2021
With hundreds of drivers competing in feeder series all over the world, your chances of getting to Formula 1 are slim. If you manage to join the academy of a Formula 1 team though, they increase tenfold. That is, if you perform. In this series we take a look at how the members of F1 academies have performed in 2021. Today: the Ferrari Driver Academy. … Continue reading Here’s how the Ferrari Driver Academy did in 2021
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
Ukyo Sasahara has been on the feeder series ladder since 2013, but he definitely booked his greatest victory in 2019 by winning the F3 Asia Championship with Hitech GP. We had a chat with him about that successful year and his 2020 goals. By Floris Visman The Japanese driver has been in the junior single-seater categories for a while now, debuting in 2013 in Formula … Continue reading Whatsapping with: Ukyo Sasahara (F3 Asia champion)
Jordan Dempsey has set himself a hell of a goal: he wants to be the first ever Irish Indy 500 winner. Abd to reach that goals he has set his eyes on a USF2000 seat in 2020. We talked to him about last year and his goals. By Floris Visman 20-year old Jordan Dempsey has had a very decent feeder series career up to now. … Continue reading Whatsapping with: Jordan Dempsey (F3 Asia)