1. Nasr comes back and gets points

    Nasr comes back and gets points

    Sauber F1 team manages to make the best of a disappointing qualification and leaves Monaco with 2 points in the bag. Felipe Nasr's final 9th place in Monte Carlo earns the brazilian driver an identical position in the overall standings with 16 total points, while Sauber is 5th in Constructor's championship with 21 points.  Sauber (and not only) F1 cars are equipped with ultra light OMP-Dy...

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  2. Solberg off the charts!

    Solberg off the charts!

    "On a scale from 1-10, how great is it to wake up after winning at legendary Lydden Hill Race Circuit? 11!"  Petter Solberg breaks the charts of happiness for his win in the British round of Rallycross World Championship 2015. The weather was ideal for the final, with a slightly wet, cloudy and absolutely Brit day. Petter dominated the whole weekend and finally could cheer waving his...

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  3. D'Aste & Michelisz, top

    D'Aste & Michelisz, top "indies"

    Stefano D'Aste never gives up elegance, thanks to his custom OMP suit based on One S Suit. In the gallery you'll see Italian driver on Yokohama Trophy Race podium, in Race 1 of WTCC's Nurburgring round.  Next to him, on top, is Robert Michelisz, leader of this special independent drivers' contest. A new satisfying weekend for the Hungarian, 14 days after the superb win in front of hi...

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  4. Double podium on GP3 season opener

    Double podium on GP3 season opener

    Luca Ghiotto and Jimmy Eriksson left a sign on races 1 & 2 of GP3 season opening in Barcelona. Both the Italian and the Swedish drivers finished 2nd in respective races. Eriksson managed to re-emerge after a poor start: ““It was good. My start was not the best one. I dropped two or three positions but I managed to get them back into turn one”, said Koiranen GP driver. Gh...

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  5. Double podium for Triple 8

    Double podium for Triple 8

    Twice on podium and once ranked: here’s how Jamie Lowndes’ #888 Red Bull Holden is still on top of V8 Supercars overall standings after latest round in Perth.    Lowndes got 3rd in the first race, confirming his qualifying position. In race 2, while Craig finished 5th, the team gained another podium with Jamie Whincup’s successful defence of his 2nd place on starti...

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