With the GT1 championship battle impossibly close in the Le Mans Series, Larbre Competition will be hoping the vast and successful experience of both the team and their driver line-up at Spa-Francorchamps will give them the edge as round 4 of the 2007 season heads to the Belgian circuit.
Larbre Competition have won the Spa 24 Hours on two occasions, whilst the drivers in their lead Aston Martin DBR9, Fabrizio Gollin, Christophe Bouchut and Gabriele Gardel, boast five victories at the (...) > Full story
Team Vertu Racing won their first race of the season on Friday 27 July at the historic and evocative Spa-Francorchamps circuit, with Jamie Constable in Car 152 climbing from his 7th place starting position to take the top step of the podium. In an action-packed race with an incredible grid of 38 cars, Jamie managed to find his way through the slower traffic and to overtake several cars who couldn’t match his clearly superior pace and finished with a remarkable 10 second lead over his (...) > Full story
The Ferrari driver topped the timesheets at 1:47.042s, with two-tenths of a second in front of Bmw Sauber’s Robert Kubica.
McLaren’s driver, Fernando Alonso set the 3rd fastest time being ahead of the Mark Webber’s Red Bull monopost.Giancarlo Fisichella was overtaken by the Red Bull monopost, setting a time of 1:47.724.
Alex Wurz was next up for the Wiliams team and ahead of Toyota monopost driven by Jarno Trulli.
Sebastien Bourdais set quite a good time in this 3rd session of testing.He (...) > Full story
After the big "disappointment" for not winning the Bristish Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton finished the day of test on the 1st place.The British driver was with four tenths quicker than BMW Sauber’s Robert Kubica.
Felipe Massa, Ferrari’s driver placed on the 3rd place being slower than Hamilton and Kubica.
It looks like Ralph Schumacher’s runs are getting better and better.After he obtained a good place in the Silverstone qualifying session but disappointed in the race, Schumacher obtained the (...) > Full story
Christian Klien will switch his Honda monopost for a Spyker at Spa-Francorchamps.The young driver is one of the drivers Spyker is considering following the leaving of Christijan Albers.
Colin Kolles, Spyker team boss said that he is very grateful to Honda for realeasing Klien at such short notice.
The young driver is also pleased with Spyker’s decision and very glad that the Spa-Francorchamps is one of his favourite tracks and can show better his skills.
Klien raced for Red Bull last (...) > Full story