Roberto Merhi has said that he will no longer be taking part in the remaining rounds of the Formula Renault 3.5 series with Pons, in order to focus on his commitments to the Manor F1 team for the remainder of the season. Merhi was 12th in the championship standings and last contested the Red Bull Ring
Roberto Merhi has been disqualified from both of todays races following the finish line crash at the end of this mornings race, which he caused with Nicholas Latifi. The Pons driver was slowing down past the chequered flag to stop at the P2 grid slot, where he would’ve started later today, to lay down rubber.
Roberto Merhi has been named as the driver who will partner Will Stevens for the opening rounds of the 2015 Formula 1 world championship. Merhi who raced in a handful of FP1’s with Caterham last year, will be making his Formula 1 debut this weekend at Melbourne for the season opener in Australia. “I am
Roberto Merhi will join the Pons team in Formula Renault 3.5 this year, after a brief stint as Caterham F1’s test/reserve driver in 2014. The Spaniard who ran in FP1 for the Italian, Japanese, and Russian Grand Prix’s will debut with Pons Racing at the winter test at Jerez this week, after being rumoured to
Kamui Kobayashi confirmed over the weekend that he will be racing for Caterham in Abu Dhabi, after the team managed to get a significant amount of funding through their crowdfunding exercise, which allowed fans of the team to pledge money in return for novelty items such as front wings, race-worn suits, and brake discs which
Kamui Kobayashi will be returning to action this weekend with Caterham for the Italian Grand Prix, after Andre Lotterer took over his duties in Belgium two weeks ago. “I am working for Caterham F1 Team and I always respect team decisions,” said Kobayashi. “Now I am back in the car and looking forward to going racing