2017 Le Mans champion Brendon Hartley will replace Pierre Gasly at Toro Rosso for the US Grand Prix, as the latter is set to complete his Super Formula stint. The news comes after a few days of speculation post Japanese Grand Prix, when Honda chiefs made it clear that they were hoping Gasly would race
Jolyon Palmer will contest his final race with Renault in tomorrows Japanese Grand Prix, making way for Carlos Sainz who is set to join the team at Austin. Palmer confirmed the news on his Instagram account ahead of tomorrows race, stating “With my grid penalty I’ll be starting near the back but I will be
Pierre Gasly secured his fourth pole position in the shootout between him and title rival Antonio Giovinazzi. The Prema team mates were separated by just under a tenth of a second, despite Gasly going off the track in the closing stages of the session in an attempt to improve on his lap time. It was
Antonio Giovinazzi took his fourth race win of the season ahead of pole man Gustav Malja and Luca Ghiotto in the GP2 Sprint Race at Spa. The Prema driver got a better start than Ferrari Academy driver Ghiotto, and was able to take second into the first corner and set his sights on the lead.
Pierre Gasly won today’s GP2 Feature race ahead of Jordan King and Alex Lynn, which gives him the championship lead heading into tomorrow. The top three all made use of the prime strategy, starting on the Soft tyres and then finishing on the Hard compound tyre. Jordan King momentarily took the default race lead after negotiating
Pierre Gasly will start the GP2 Feature Race on pole tomorrow, after claiming pole position by nearly six tenths of a second from ART’s Sergey Sirotkin. The Red Bull Junior set his time in the mid part of the session, improving on Sirotkin’s time by six tenths which was set in the opening stages. Among
Red Bull protege Pierre Gasly was the fastest man in GP2 practice ahead of Williams development driver Alex Lynn. Gasly posted a quickest time of 1:27.138 on the Hard tyre in the opening stages of the session as Lynn improved in the closing stages from seventh, cutting the gap to just four tenths. The DAMS driver
Today’s GP2 Sprint Race has been cancelled by the stewards due to concerns over safety, after a four-car pileup on the opening lap caused significant damage to the TECPRO barriers down at turn two. The shunt was caused by Pierre Gasly when he lost his DAMS mid corner and spun to the middle of the circuit.
Alexander Rossi took the win in today’s GP2 Feature Race from Pierre Gasly and Stoffel Vandoorne. The Racing Engineering driver inherited the win after polesitter Alex Lynn crashed in the closing stages of what was a shortened race distance. The reason being was because of an early multi-car crash between Stockinger, Canamasas, Markelov, and King
Alex Lynn won his first GP2 Feature Race in Hungary today, ahead of Rio Haryanto and Sergey Sirotkin. The Williams development driver started from pole position, after beating Vandoorne by two hundredths of a second in Qualifying yesterday. The ART driver adopted a different strategy however, electing to start on the Soft tyre whilst Lynn