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  • FRECA | Review: Colapinto & Belov Shine In Valencia

    "Unusual" is the word that could perfectly sum up this week-end: unusual because we did not see a dominating Grégoire Saucy as we were seeing all season long. Apart from who was the winner, the Valencian week-end was marked by a general lack of grip and by a struggle to create overtake manoeuvres which was greater than the previous events. MP's Franco Colapinto during Friday Practice | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Qualifying 1: The Red Flag - A red flag ushered the Valencia week-end, with KIC's Nico Göhler (GER) ending in the gravel at Aspar (turn 1). The action resumed five minutes later and apart from R-ace's Hadrien David (FRA) ending in the gravel too at the very end of the session (which did not cause a further interruption) there was no other mistake from the drivers. Results from Qualifying 1 | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Qualifying 1: The Results - It is two poles in a row for MP's Franco Colapinto (ARG) after having got his first one in Austria. Two Spanish drivers made it into the top 3 on Spanish soil! They were Prema's David Vidales and Van Amersfoort's Mari Boya. P7 from R-ace's Isack Hadjar (FRA) was an interesting result: as both the leading French teams (ART Grand Prix & R-ace GP) struggled. The championship leader ART's Grégoire Saucy (SWI) managed to qualify tenth despite suffering a front suspension issue. Results from Race 1 | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Race 1: Qui Gladio Ferit Gladio Perit - KIC's Gianluca Petecof (BRA) changed engine and started therefore from last place. After the lights turned green, there was a nice duel between the leaders. Colapinto used again the same strategy of Austria's Race 2: after the get-away, he suddenly changed his line by putting himself in front of his opponent at the start. Vidales entered Aspar (turn 1) on the outside and then switched back on Colapinto, overtaking the Argentinian on his way into Doohan (turn 2). "Qui gladio ferit gladio perit" (the one who kills with a sword, will be killed by a sword) used to say the Romans: this time Colapinto used the switch-back move to his favour on the exit of Doohan to end a not-so-long-lasting lead from Vidales. Vidales leading with Colapinto on his tail | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Race 1: The Results - Some graphics' issue from the event organiser (SRO Motorsports) made it tough and uncomfortable to follow the session: the drivers' names were moving up and down the order so that one could not exactly tell where a driver was during the race. In the end Colapinto won in front of the two Spaniards Vidales and Boya. Great drive from the R-ace's Barbadian Zane Maloney who recovered four places and ended eighth. Results from Qualifying 2 | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Qualifying 2 - G4's Michael Belov (RUS) stole the show: he got pole position in front of Saturday's protagonist Franco Colapinto and behind the both of them was the championship leader Grégoire Saucy. The only driver's-mistake was FA's Alexandre Bardinon (FRA) -who qualified 21st- spinning at Aspar at the end of the session. This spin caused a "Full course yellow" which was the cause of Prema's Dino Beganovic (SWE) lap time being cancelled: his lap was good enough for fourth, although the FCY came two seconds before the Swede could come across the finish line. According to the driver there was no way he could realise there was an FCY during that short period of time. Nevertheless, his time got cancelled and he qualified 14th. Results from Race 2 | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine Race 2: A Clean Start - The race gets underway with a clean start from everyone. With 24 minutes to the end FA's Gabriel Bortoleto (BRA) gets overtaken by Maloney who pushes off the Brazilian into the gravel just a bit, eventually losing also to Mari Boya. One lap later the Swede Ferrari junior Dino Beganovic slowed down on the main straight, he then got back into the pits and rejoined but was forced to retire later in the race. Race 2: Italian Things - It was an intense race for Monolite's Pietro Delli Guanti (ITA) as he was pushed off onto the gravel by his fellow national Van Amersfoort's Francesco Pizzi while racing for P16, getting then overtaken by another Italian - FA's Andrea Rosso - for 17th on the final lap. In between those two moments, a safety car had come out after the new entry MP's Dilano van't Hoff (NED) missed his braking point at turn 11 and hit Monolite's José Garfias (MEX) along the way, while the two of them were fighting for P26. Race 2: The Results - Ultimately Belov won in front of Colapinto and Saucy. P4 Hadjar was the best rookie and under-17 driver, followed in these standings by Bortoleto in ninth and ART's Gabriele Minì (ITA) in tenth. The two Spanish drivers Vidales and Boya delivered again on home soil by finishing in the top-10, fifth and seventh respectively. MP's Colapinto after winning Race 1 | © 2021 Franco Colapinto Here is what a driver who surprised once more - Franco Colapinto - said about Sunday's sessions: "Qualy was compromised due to yellow flags so couldn’t put a good lap in. An average start and then was just very difficult to get close enough to try something. A win and a second place is still very positive, we will go for more soon!" Below you can find the updated standings. Saucy has still got his big margin on David, with Hadjar now calmer in the rookies' standings. Naturally both Colapinto and Belov recovered places, they are sixth and tenth respectively: FRECA Drivers' Standings 1 Grégoire Saucy 🇨🇭 ART 239 2 Hadrien David 🇫🇷 R-ace 161 3 Zane Maloney 🇧🇧 R-ace 149 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 5 Paul Aron 🇪🇪 Prema 121 6 Franco Colapinto 🇦🇷 MP 116 7 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 110 8 Alex Quinn 🇬🇧 Arden 104 9 David Vidales 🇪🇸 Prema 86 10 Michael Belov 🇷🇺 G4 80 11 William Alatalo 🇫🇮 Arden 77 12 Patrik Pasma 🇫🇮 ART 56 13 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 51 14 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 28 15 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 16 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 25 17 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 18 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 19 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 20 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 10 21 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 22 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 23 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 sebmotors.info's U17 award: 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 FRECA Teams' Standings​ 1 R-ace GP 🇫🇷 390 2 ART Grand Prix 🇫🇷 372 3 Prema Powerteam 🇮🇹 227 4 Arden 🇬🇧 181 5 MP Motorsport 🇳🇱 134 6 G4 Racing 🇨🇭 80 7 Van Amersfoort Racing 🇳🇱 63 8 KIC Motorsport 🇫🇮 46 9 FA Racing 🇪🇸 42 10 Monolite Racing 🇮🇹 16 FRECA Rookies’ Standings​ 1 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 2 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 110 3 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 51 4 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 28 5 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 6 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 25 7 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 8 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 9 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 10 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 10 11 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 12 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 13 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 You can re-watch the sessions in the links below, with the next round in Mugello (Italy) which will take place on October 9th: -Qualifying 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnOU2S29C7Y ; -Race 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_V1jx2SM4I&t=1124s ; -Qualifying 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wc_IjzQkHQY ; -Race 2: Do not forget to follow sebmotors.info for the rest of the FRECA season also on Twitter, TikTok, Instagram & other social platforms here: https://linktr.ee/sebmotors.info !

  • FRECA | Red Bull Ring Race 2: Penalties Applied, Saucy Wins But MP Appeals

    As anticipated here, after the investigations made by the stewards the results of Race 2 have changed. 16 cars were penalized in total. The reiterated disrespect of the track limits was the reason for 12 of the total amount of penalties. The amended result and standings were released although MP Motorsport is willing to appeal the decision. Track Limits between Rauch and the Würth (turn 6 & 7) | © sebmotors.info 2021 Apart from Arden's William Alatalo (FIN) and Prema's Dino Beganovic (SWE) who have received 10 seconds for overtaking under yellow flags, and KIC's Gianluca Petecof (BRA), FA's Andrea Rosso (ITA) who have received a 25 seconds' penalty (the cause of those penalty is not specified), all the other drivers have been penalized for those track limits. 5 seconds were given to R-ace's Isack Hadjar (FRA), Arden's Nicola Marinangeli (ITA), KIC's Nico Göhler (GER) and to G4's Axel Gnos (SWI). 10 seconds instead were given to MP's Franco Colapinto (ARG), Arden's Alex Quinn (UK), ART's Gabriele Minì (ITA), Van Amersfoort's Mari Boya (SPA), MP's Oliver Goethe (DAN) and to all JD's Ido Cohen (ISR), Dudú Barrichello (BRA) & Tommy Smith (AUS). Colapinto is therefore stripped off the victory. ART's Grégoire Saucy (SWI) is now the winner. Hadjar went from P5 to P6, Beganovic from P6 to P11, Alatalo from P8 to P15, Minì from P11 to P12, Boya from P12 to P14, Cohen from P15 to P19 & Smith from P26 to P27, Petecof from P16 to P28, Rosso from P18 to P29. Quinn, Marinangeli, Göhler and Gnos actually gained one place even though receiving the 5 seconds and ended eighth, twenty-first, twenty-second and twenty-fourth respectively. The amended results from Race 2 | © 2021 - Formula Regional European by Alpine: Below you can find the updated standings with Saucy 77 points clear of the rest of the field. Colapinto could have been P8 and it is really buzzing to see the two rookies Hadjar & Minì tied on points: FRECA Drivers' Standings 1 Grégoire Saucy 🇨🇭 ART 224 2 Hadrien David 🇫🇷 R-ace 147 3 Zane Maloney 🇧🇧 R-ace 141 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 109 5 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 109 6 Paul Aron 🇪🇪 Prema 109 7 Alex Quinn 🇬🇧 Arden 96 8 William Alatalo 🇫🇮 Arden 77 9 Franco Colapinto 🇦🇷 MP 73 10 David Vidales 🇪🇸 Prema 58 11 Patrik Pasma 🇫🇮 ART 56 12 Michael Belov 🇷🇺 G4 45 13 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 30 14 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 15 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 26 16 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 24 17 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 18 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 19 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 20 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 10 21 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 22 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 23 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 ​ sebmotors.info's U17 award: 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 109 FRECA Constructors' Standings​ 1 R-ace GP 🇫🇷 360 2 ART Grand Prix 🇫🇷 356 3 Prema Powerteam 🇮🇹 187 4 Arden 🇬🇧 173 5 MP Motorsport 🇳🇱 91 6 KIC Motorsport 🇫🇮 46 7 G4 Racing 🇨🇭 45 8 Van Amersfoort Racing 🇳🇱 42 9 FA Racing 🇪🇸 40 10 Monolite Racing 🇮🇹 16 FRECA Rookies’ Standings​ 1 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 109 2 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 109 3 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 30 4 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 5 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 26 6 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 24 7 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 8 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 9 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 10 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 12 11 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 12 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 13 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 You can re-watch the sessions in the links below, with the next round in Valencia (Spain) which will take place on September 25th: -Qualifying 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYbmKG9VRrg ; -Race 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAZ_WOdY3XA&t=896s ; -Qualifying 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQZ1tAGQDC4 ; -Race 2: Do not forget to follow sebmotors.info for the rest of the FRECA season also on Twitter, TikTok, Instagram & other social platforms here: https://linktr.ee/sebmotors.info !

  • FRECA | Red Bull Ring: Race 2's Results Freezed For Reiterated Track Limits' Infractions

    [UPDATE 2021/09/17: Race 2's results have changed: Colapinto penalised, Saucy wins.] Still no official results of Race 2 were released, nor updated standings, as an unprecedented situation shook the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at the Red Bull Ring. Too many drivers would have abused the track limits, for which there would be too many circumstances to be reviewed, the race direction claimed. The Bull Of Spielberg | © sebmotors.info 2021 As better resumed here, the race was won lights-to-flag by MP's Franco Colapinto (ARG). Behind him there were the championship leader ART's Grégoire Saucy (SWI) and FA's Gabriel Bortoleto (BRA). A crash at the start between R-ace's Hadrien David (FRA) and G4's Michael Belov (RUS) might very possibly have changed how the top-5 would have looked like. Behind them there were nice battles between both R-ace's Maloney (BRB) and Hadjar (FRA) for P4, Prema's Beganovic (SWE) and Monolite's Delli Guanti (ITA) for P6, both Arden's Quinn (UK) and Alatalo (FIN) for P8. ART's Gabriele Minì (ITA) had to deal with both the Brit from Arden while attacking him for P9 and with Prema's David Vidales (SPA) as after a strenuous defence he was overtaken by the Spaniard for P10. There is now a great await for whatever the outcome of this story will actually be as still four days after the event (this article is being published on the Thursday after the race) no official communication by the championship has been made on the matter. You can re-watch the full race here: Do not forget to follow sebmotors.info for the rest of the FRECA season also on Twitter, TikTok, Instagram & other social platforms here: https://linktr.ee/sebmotors.info !

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  • standings | sebmotors.info

    championship standings FRECA Drivers' Standings ​ 1 Grégoire Saucy 🇨🇭 ART 239 2 Hadrien David 🇫🇷 R-ace 161 3 Zane Maloney 🇧🇧 R-ace 149 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 5 Paul Aron 🇪🇪 Prema 121 6 Franco Colapinto 🇦🇷 MP 116 7 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 110 8 Alex Quinn 🇬🇧 Arden 104 9 David Vidales 🇪🇸 Prema 86 10 Michael Belov 🇷🇺 G4 80 11 William Alatalo 🇫🇮 Arden 77 12 Patrik Pasma 🇫🇮 ART 56 13 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 51 14 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 28 15 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 16 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 25 17 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 18 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 19 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 20 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 10 21 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 22 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 23 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 sebmotors.info's U17 award: 4 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 Euroformula Open Drivers' Standings ​ 1 Cameron Das 🇺🇲 Motopark-Spiess 335 2 Louis Foster 🇬🇧 CryptoTower-Spiess 272 3 Nazim Azman 🇲🇾 Cryptotower-Spiess 248 4 Jak Crawford 🇺🇲 Motopark-Spiess 244 5 Casper Stevenson 🇬🇧 Van Amersfoort-HWA 209 6 Cem Bölükbaşı 🇹🇷 Van Amersfoort-HWA 167 7 Rafael Villagómez 🇲🇽 Van Amersfoort-HWA 133 8 Enzo Trulli 🇮🇹 Carlin-Spiess 106 9 Filip Kaminiarz 🇵🇱 Cryptotower-Spiess 78 10 Josh Mason 🇬🇧 Double R-HWA 77 11 Christian Mansell 🇦🇺 Motopark-Spiess 68 12 Roman Staněk Jr. 🇨🇿 Motopark-Spiess 55 13 Zdenek Chovanec 🇵🇹 Double R-HWA 33 14 Enzo Scionti 🇺🇲 Drivex-HWA 31 15 Reshad de Gerus 🇫🇷 Motopark-Spiess 30 16 Joshua Duerksen 🇵🇾 Drivex-HWA 29 17 Brad Benavides 🇺🇲 Carlin-Spiess 25 18 Francesco Simonazzi 🇮🇹 BVM-Spiess 13 19 Branden Lee Oxley 🇬🇧 Drivex-HWA 13 20 Vivien Keszthelyi 🇭🇺 Motopark-Spiess 12 22 Nico Pino 🇨🇱 Drivex-HWA 4 21 Andreas Estner 🇩🇪 Van Amersfoort-HWA 6 23 Matthias Lüthen 🇩🇪 Motopark-Spiess 0 sebmotors.info's U17 award: 4 Jak Crawford 🇺🇲 Motopark-Spiess 244 GB3 Drivers' Standings ​ 1 Zak O'Sullivan 🇬🇧 Carlin 454 2 Ayrton Simmons 🇬🇧 Dittmann 342 3 Christian Mansell 🇦🇺 Carlin 339 4 Roberto Faria 🇧🇷 Fortec 316 5 Reece Ushijima 🇯🇵 Hitech 308 6 Bart Horsten 🇦🇺 Hitech 295 7 Roman Bilinski 🇵🇱 Arden 262 8 Tom Lebbon 🇬🇧 Elite 259 9 Sebastián Álvarez 🇲🇽 Hitech 257 10 Javier Sagrera 🇪🇦 Elite 240 11 Frederick Lubin 🇬🇧 Arden 223 12 Bryce Aron 🇺🇲 Carlin 201 13 Mikkel Grundtvig 🇩🇰 Fortec 148 14 Oliver Bearman 🇬🇧 Fortec 163 15 Alex Connor 🇬🇧 Arden 138 16 José Garfias 🇲🇽 Elite 117 17 Branden Lee Oxley 🇬🇧 Dittmann 90 18 Reema Juffali 🇸🇦 Douglas 86 19 Max Marzorati 🇬🇧 Dittmann 78 20 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Douglas 70 21 Jonathan Browne 🇮🇪 Hillspeed 64 22 Hunter Yeany 🇺🇲 Fortec 36 23 Tommy Smith 🇦🇺 Douglas 36 24 Luke Browning 🇬🇧 Fortec 35 24 Alex Fores 🇬🇧 Dittmann 0 sebmotors.info's U17 award: 1 Zak O'Sullivan 🇬🇧 Carlin 454 FRECA Teams' Standings​ ​ 1 R-ace GP 🇫🇷 390 2 ART Grand Prix 🇫🇷 372 3 Prema Powerteam 🇮🇹 227 4 Arden 🇬🇧 181 5 MP Motorsport 🇳🇱 134 6 G4 Racing 🇨🇭 80 7 Van Amersfoort Racing 🇳🇱 63 8 KIC Motorsport 🇫🇮 46 9 FA Racing 🇪🇸 42 10 Monolite Racing 🇮🇹 16 Euroformula Open Teams' Standings 1 Team Motopark-Spiess 🇩🇪 238 2 CryptoTower Racing Team-Spiess 🇯🇵 187 3 Van Amersfoort Racing-HWA 🇳🇱 155 4 Drivex School-HWA 🇪🇸 25 5 Carlin-Spiess 🇬🇧 13 6 Double R-HWA 🇬🇧 7 7 BVM Racing-Spiess 🇮🇹 0 GB3 Teams’ Standings 1 Carlin 🇬🇧 832 2 Hitech GP 🇬🇧 726 3 Fortec Motorsport 🇬🇧 669 4 Arden Motorsport 🇬🇧 623 5 Elite Motorsport 🇬🇧 549 6 Chris Dittmann Racing 🇬🇧 510 7 Douglas Motorsport 🇬🇧 192 8 Hillspeed 🇬🇧 64 FRECA Rookies’ Standings​ ​ 1 Isack Hadjar 🇫🇷 R-ace 123 2 Gabriele Minì 🇮🇹 ART 110 3 Mari Boya 🇪🇸 Van Amersfoort 51 4 Gabriel Bortoleto 🇧🇷 FA 28 5 Thomas ten Brinke 🇳🇱 ART 28 6 Dino Beganovic 🇸🇪 Prema 25 7 Kas Haverkort 🇳🇱 MP 16 8 Andrea Rosso 🇮🇹 FA 14 9 Francesco Pizzi 🇮🇹 Van Amersfoort 12 10 Pietro Delli Guanti 🇮🇹 Monolite 10 11 Dexter Patterson 🇬🇧 Monolite 6 12 Oliver Goethe 🇩🇰 MP 3 13 Elias Seppänen 🇫🇮 KIC 1 Euroformula Open Rookies' Standings ​ 1 Casper Stevenson 🇬🇧 Van Amersfoort-HWA 162 👑 2 Jak Crawford 🇺🇲 Motopark-Spiess 115 3 Enzo Trulli 🇮🇹 Carlin-Spiess 90 4 Enzo Scionti 🇺🇲 Drivex-HWA 76 5 Zdenek Chovanec 🇵🇹 Double R-HWA 68 6 Christian Mansell 🇦🇺 Motopark-Spiess 52 7 Joshua Duerksen 🇵🇾 Drivex-HWA 24 8 Branden Lee Oxley 🇬🇧 Drivex-HWA 17 9 Francesco Simonazzi 🇮🇹 BVM-Spiess 13 10 Nico Pino 🇨🇱 Drivex-HWA 4 ​ (GB3 has no Rookies' Standings officially)

  • sebmotors.info | european f3 news the way u luv'em

    Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi 17 hours ago 5 min FRECA | Review: Colapinto & Belov Shine In Valencia "Unusual" is the word that could perfectly sum up this week-end: unusual because we did not see a dominating Grégoire Saucy as we were... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Sep 17 3 min FRECA | Red Bull Ring Race 2: Penalties Applied, Saucy Wins But MP Appeals As anticipated here, after the investigations made by the stewards the results of Race 2 have changed. 16 cars were penalized in total... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Sep 16 2 min FRECA | Red Bull Ring: Race 2's Results Freezed For Reiterated Track Limits' Infractions Still no official results of Race 2 were released, nor updated standings, as an unprecedented situation shook the Formula Regional... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Sep 15 6 min Euroformula Open | Review: Red Bull Ring Gives Crawford Wings Albeit missing most of the season for his clashing FIA Formula 3 commitments, Crawford still continues to show he has what it gets to... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Sep 14 6 min FRECA | Review: Colapinto Impresses At The Red Bull Ring It was not surprising to see the Argentinian Colapinto on the top step of the podium. It was though, to see how masterly he did that... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Sep 9 4 min Weekend's Preview | FRECA & Euroformula Open at the Red Bull Ring, GB3 at Oulton Park This weekend sebmotors.info will introduce all the European F3 categories - FRECA, Euroformula Open & GB3 - in one time. With the first... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Aug 16 8 min GB3 | Review: Clean Sweep at Silverstone for Simmons, O'Sullivan OK In the first weekend of GB3 without the British GT the show was not missing. The rain tried to play its part too on Saturday and actually... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Aug 13 4 min GB3 | Preview: Hillspeed Back For Silverstone The just-rebranded GB3 championship is back to Silverstone once more for its second meeting in the British GP circuit this year: the only... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Aug 8 8 min GB3 | Review: Bearman Show (Almost) at Snetterton 300 The first race of the new rebranded GB3 Championship is now in the history books. The championship raced at the Snetterton 300 Circuit in... Write a comment Luigi Sebastiano De Blasi Aug 7 3 min GB3 | Preview: Fresh New Start at the Snetterton 300 It is a new era for the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship as it has now been rebranded as the GB3 Championship starting from this week... Write a comment

  • calendar | sebmotors.info

    calendar Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine March 17th–18th: Testing in Imola 🇮🇹 March 25th–26th: Testing in Barcelona 🇪🇸 March 30th–31st: Testing in Le Castellet 🇫🇷 April 16th–18th: Imola 🇮🇹 May 7th–9th: Barcelona 🇪🇸 May 20st–23rd: Montecarlo 🇲🇨 May 28th–30th: Le Castellet 🇫🇷 June 17th: Testing in Zandvoort 🇳🇱 June 18th–20th: Zandvoort 🇳🇱 July 23rd–25th: Spa-Francorchamps 🇧🇪 Semptember 9th: Testing in Spielberg 🇦🇹 September 10th–12th: Spielberg 🇦🇹 September 23rd: Testing in Valencia 🇪🇸 September 24th–26th: Valencia 🇪🇸 October 7th–10th: Mugello 🇮🇹 October 28th: Testing in Monza 🇮🇹 October 29th–31st: Monza 🇮🇹 Euroformula Open March 31st–April 1st: Testing in Spa-Francorchamps 🇧🇪 April 18th–20th: Testing in Barcelona 🇪🇸 May 1st-2nd: Portimão 🇵🇹 May 15th–16th: Le Castellet 🇫🇷 June 19th–20th: Spa-Francorchamps 🇧🇪 July 17th–18th: Budapest 🇭🇺 July 24th–25th: Imola 🇮🇹 September 11th–12th: Spielberg 🇦🇹 September 25th–26th: Monza 🇮🇹 October 16th–17th: Barcelona 🇪🇸 GB3 May 22nd–23rd: Brands Hatch 🇬🇧 June 26th–27th: Silverstone 🇬🇧 July 10th–11th: Donington Park 🇬🇧 July 23rd–25th: Spa-Francorchamps 🇧🇪 August 7th–8th: Snetterton 🇬🇧 August 14th–15th: Silverstone 🇬🇧 September 11th–12th: Oulton Park 🇬🇧 October 16th–17th: Donington Park 🇬🇧

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