Winning Pourchaire feels ‘no extra pressure’ being linked to Alfa Romeo F1 seat

After major speculation surrounding his possible graduation to Formula One for next season, Théo Pourchaire increased his stock even further with a spectacular victory in the first F2 sprint race of the weekend at Monza. By Tyler Foster “It was a great race for me. I started P4. The start was not so bad, I kept my position. After that, I did some great overtakes. … Continue reading Winning Pourchaire feels ‘no extra pressure’ being linked to Alfa Romeo F1 seat

Pourchaire on F1 in 2022: Following races will ‘probably decide my future’

Formula 2’s youngest current driver is Sauber Academy’s 18-year-old Théo Pourchaire. The French teenager, who turned 18 just last month, is currently sitting 6th in the F2 standings (on 65 points) at the halfway point of the season. At the peak of Formula 1’s ‘silly season’, the youngster is being touted as Alfa Romeo’s possible partner for Valtteri Bottas for the 2022 F1 season. By … Continue reading Pourchaire on F1 in 2022: Following races will ‘probably decide my future’

The Curse of the Second ART Seat: Lundgaard’s Season Goes From Bad to Worse in Baku

One podium and 13th in the championship, that’s all Christian Lundgaard has after three rounds. Baku was the latest bump on his road to Formula 2 glory. Things aren’t going ART GP’s way this season. Yes, Theo Pourchaire has been putting in some great performances in his debut year like the Monaco win, but the French driver broke his wrist in a collision and might … Continue reading The Curse of the Second ART Seat: Lundgaard’s Season Goes From Bad to Worse in Baku

Lundgaard deeply disappointed: ‘Nothing went my way’

To say Monaco wasn’t Christian Lundgaard’s weekend, would be quite an understatement. The Danish driver retired twice, went home empty handed and now finds himself way down the order looking at an uphill championship battle. After a very good debut year, expectations were high this season for Christian Lundgaard. He stayed with ART GP for a second year in a row. Last year he won … Continue reading Lundgaard deeply disappointed: ‘Nothing went my way’

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What the new Sauber Academy looks like

On Wednesday Sauber announced their inaugural Academy lineup, before the bulk of feeder series championships get underway. It looks to have replaced the Sauber Junior Team, although in a slimmed-down guise with only four drivers signed to the team: Theo Pourchaire, Petr Ptacek, Dexter Patterson and Emerson Fittipaldi Jr. By Adam Dickinson Here we look who those drivers are, their pedigree that’s earned them a … Continue reading What the new Sauber Academy looks like

Ghiretti, Pourchaire and Stanek join Sauber F4 campaign

The drivers for the Sauber Junior Team by US Racing – Charouz in the German and Italian F4 championships are reigning South East Asia F4 champion Alessandro Ghiretti (17), Czech Republic National Team karting graduate Roman Staněk (14) and French F4 Junior Champion Théo Pourchaire, 15-years old. Reaction Roman Stanek “This is an important season for me as I move up from karting, but I’m pleased … Continue reading Ghiretti, Pourchaire and Stanek join Sauber F4 campaign