GP2 News: Vandoorne flies to victory in Budapest

GP2 LogoBelgian dominates sprint race ahead of title rivals

McLaren test driver Stoffel Vandoorne delighted both ART and his F1 supporters with a crushing display of dominance in this morning’s sprint race in Budapest, taking the lead at the start and pulling away over the next 28 laps to easily lead home title rivals Jolyon Palmer and Williams tester Felipe Nasr to put himself third in the drivers’ standings. Read more of this post

GP3 News: Arden International’s Patric Niederhauser victorious in Hungary

GP3 LogoNiederhauser dominates Budapest Race 2

He’s back! The smile could not have been bigger for Swiss ace Patric Niederhauser who climbed to the top step of the podium today at the Hungaroring. The Arden International ace made a fantastic start to steal the lead and claimed his third win of his GP3 career, his first rostrum of the 2014 season. ART Grand Prix’s Dino Zamparelli was second, with Niederhauser’s teammate Jann Mardenborough third. Read more of this post

GP3 News: Stanaway and Yelloly secure Status GP 1-2

GP3 LogoRichie Stanaway and Nick Yelloly deliver in Budapest

It was the day Status Grand Prix had wanted: after their one-two finish in Silverstone Race 2, the team and drivers were keen to add the big Race 1 points to their tally and they certainly did that at the Hungaroring. It was a nail-biting finale with Stanaway and Arden International’s Robert Visoiu enjoying a race long tussle which ended with the Romanian running wide and allowing Nick Yelloly to sneak into second. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Pic keeps cool in Budapest scorcher

GP2 LogoFrenchman on top in topsy turvy feature race

Arthur Pic has claimed his maiden GP2 win with a remarkable drive in difficult conditions, keeping cool as two safety car periods threw everyone’s strategies out the window and pushing when needed to pick up the victory in today’s feature race in Budapest ahead of Stefano Coletti and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs. Read more of this post

GP3 News: Stanaway storms to first pole in Budapest

GP3 LogoStatus Grand Prix’s Richie Stanaway holds off Alex Lynn for pole in Hungary

Kiwi Richie Stanaway claimed his maiden pole position in GP3 today, narrowly edging out Series leader from Carlin, Alex Lynn by a mere 0.035s. Nick Yelloly also from Status Grand Prix was in third making it an excellent start to proceedings for the green and black outfit. Read more of this post

GP3 News: Zamparelli sets the pace in Budapest

GP3 LogoART Grand Prix trio on top in Hungary Free Practice

Briton Dino Zamparelli posted the fastest time of the Free Practice session at the Hungaroring. He led an all ART Grand Prix trio with his teammates Alex Fontana and Marvin Kirchhöfer in second and third. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Felipe Nasr dashes to maiden GP2 pole

GP2 LogoCarlin ace quickest in Budapest qualifying session

Felipe Nasr is a happy man: in today’s close qualifying session at the Hungaroring, the Brazilian took his first GP2 pole position with a blazing laptime of 1:28.436 ahead of Tom Dillmann and rookie Arthur Pic. Read more of this post

GP2 News: Stoffel Vandoorne sets the pace

GP2 LogoART ace quickest in Budapest free practice

Stoffel Vandoorne has made his intentions pretty clear regarding his ambitions for this weekend’s GP2 round in Budapest: the Belgian driver set the quickest laptime in today’s free practice in a 1:29.479. He edged Felipe Nasr out of the top spot for 0.006s. Stéphane Richelmi completed the top three. Read more of this post

GP2 – Berthon cruises to Budapest sprint win

GP2 logoFrenchman leads from lights to flag

Nathanaël Berthon has claimed his maiden GP2 victory in fine style, leading his rivals from pole to flag with a mature drive to win this morning’s sprint race in Budapest by over two seconds from Mitch Evans and Fabio Leimer. Read more of this post

GP3 – Visoiu blazes to victory in Budapest Race 2

gp3-carlogoMW Arden take 1-2 finish with Robert Visoiu and Carlos Sainz

Lights-to-flag! Robert Visoiu made the most of his reverse pole and controlled Race 2 in Budapest, soaking up the pressure after the safety car was deployed meaning a final two lap dash. It was a great day for MW Arden with the team recording first and second with teammate Carlos Sainz in P2. Koiranen GP’s Kevin Korjus was third. Read more of this post

GP2 – Palmer scorches to Budapest victory

GP2 logoBriton powers to feature win

If fortune favours the brave, Jolyon Palmer showed his courage with a gamble on tyres which paid off handsomely: the Briton made a great start and stayed out on medium tyres while those ahead of him had to stop early, before driving a clean, aggressive second half of the race to claim victory in today’s feature race in Budapest ahead of Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr. Read more of this post

GP3 – Vainio scorches to pole in Budapest

gp3-carlogoKoiranen GP’s Aaro Vainio will head the front row at the Hungaroring

It’s all smiles for the Finn Aaro Vainio, the Koiranen GP ace flew to pole position in the dying stages of the qualifying session to secure his third pole in GP3. Conor Daly will start from second for ART Grand Prix with MW Arden’s Daniil Kvyat in third. Read more of this post

GP2 – Tom Dillmann grabs maiden GP2 pole

GP2 logoRUSSIAN TIME lock out front row in Budapest

Tom Dillmann is a happy boy today: the Frenchman bagged his first ever GP2 pole position in today’s qualifying session at the Hungaroring with a laptime of 1:28.219, a hair’s breadth ahead of teammate Sam Bird. Fabio Leimer took third. Read more of this post

GP2 – Sam Bird leads the way in Budapest

GP2 logoRUSSIAN TIME ace quickest in free practice at Hungaroring

Title contender Sam Bird had the perfect start to his GP2 race weekend setting the fastest laptime of this morning’s Free Practice session at the Hungaroring with a laptime of 1:29.408. The Brit’ finished three tenths ahead of Sergio Canamasas in P2 whilst Bird’s teammate Tom Dillmann completed the top three. Read more of this post

F2 – Markus Pommer takes commanding win at the Hungaroring

Markus Pommer

Three contenders remain as title race goes into season finale at Monza

Markus Pommer took a dominant lights-to-flag victory during today’s (Sunday) second Formula Two race at the Hungaroring, finishing ahead of Mathéo Tuscher and Dino Zamparelli to push the championship battle into a season finale at Monza Read more of this post

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