Top Story: Can’t be better!   Spanish Formula3

At the final round of the Spanish Formula 3 Championship, held this weekend at the Circuito de Catalunya, Racing Engineering has obtained a result no one even dared to dream of. Nicolas Prost has rounded up the season with his first win. The Racing Engineering driver already left it clear during the qualifying that he is was driver to have an eye on this weekend, when he marked a time that put him in the first row on the grid. His teammate Sergio Jimenez followed in second and Miguel Molina mehr >>

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12.11.2006

Racing Engineering: Can’t be better!   Spanish Formula3

At the final round of the Spanish Formula 3 Championship, held this weekend at the Circuito de Catalunya, Racing Engineering has obtained a result no one even dared to dream of. Nicolas Prost has rounded up the season with his first win. The Racing Engineering driver already left it clear during the qualifying that he is was driver to have an eye on this weekend, when he mehr >>

06.11.2006

Racing Engineering: GP2 Series Test in Jerez - Preview

The next round of GP2 Winter testing will be held on the 6th and 7th of November at Jerez. Racing Engineering’s cars will be driven by Sergio Jimenez (BRA), Luiz Razia (BRA) and Javier Villa (ESP). Racing Engineering, the Andalusian team which has its base not far from the race track, is looking forward to testing these three young drivers. Sergio Jimenez, who is current mehr >>

06.11.2006

Racing Engineering: Formula 3 driver selection

Racing Engineering finished its pre-selection process for the two day test to be held on the 16th and 17th of November at the Andalusian circuit of Jerez. Out of the 114 applications, Racing Engineering has chosen eight drivers plus one reserve driver to participate in the demanding test. The drivers will not only have to adapt to the team quickly and deliver a mehr >>

23.10.2006

Racing Engineering: Prost scores points again in Jerez

F3 Spain - Racing Engineering Nicolas Prost scored points again in Sunday's race at the Jerez circuit where Racing Engineering faced one of the most difficult weekends of the season. Miguel Molina and Marcos Martinez became victims of the mistakes of another driver, while Sergio Jimenez suffered from the stewards decisions. Nicolas Prost, 4th on the grid, didn't st mehr >>

18.10.2006

Racing Engineering: Spanish F3 driver selection 2007

Racing Engineering 2007 What was started as an ambitious project two years ago will find its continuation in the upcoming season – Racing Engineering and its partners continue their search for young and promising drivers, supporting them in their rise through the motor racing ranks. Racing Engineering, the Andalusian team participating in the Spanish Form mehr >>

11.09.2006

Racing Engineering: Retirement blues in Monza

The 2006 GP2 season ended with a bang, or to be more accurate two of them, for Racing Engineering today when Adam Carroll and Javier Villa were both punted out of race two at Monza, bringing to a close a frustrating weekend where the team was unable to show the speed they knew they had or improve their position in the final standings of the championship. Javi started the mehr >>


Chaos factor in Monza 10.09.2006

Racing Engineering: Chaos factor in Monza

Race one will be remembered by the Racing Engineering team as the most emotionally stressful race of the season: everything that could go wrong did, with Adam Carroll luridly spinning out of the race at the dramatic Ascari complex while teammate Javier Villa created order out of the ch mehr >>


The Italian Job 09.09.2006

Racing Engineering: The Italian Job

Racing Engineering's race weekend at Monza has started comfortably for Adam Carroll, who claimed fourth on the grid for tomorrow's race one in a steaming hot qualifying session at the famous circuit, but there was heartbreak for teammate Javier Villa when a problem with his brakes put mehr >>


Adam's third, aye 27.08.2006

Racing Engineering: Adam's third, aye

Adam Carroll gave his Racing Engineering team something to cheer about today by bringing home another podium finish in the sprint race at the Istanbul Park circuit after challenging eventual race winner Andreas Zuber all race long for the win, while teammate Javier Villa set mehr >>


Canned heat in Istanbul 26.08.2006

Racing Engineering: Canned heat in Istanbul

The already scorching Istanbul Park circuit had a surprise for Racing Engineering and their competitors in race one today when somebody found the temperature control and decided to see how far up it could go. And just when it seemed things couldn't get any hotter, the pitwal mehr >>


Mixed emotions in Istanbul 26.08.2006

Racing Engineering: Mixed emotions in Istanbul

It was a day of conflicting emotions in the Racing Engineering garage today: despite strong performances by both Adam Carroll and Javier Villa in free practice and qualifying the team was nonetheless a little downbeat due to events that were out of their contr mehr >>


Red rain - Racing Engineering in Budapest - GP2 Series 06.08.2006

Racing Engineering: Red rain - Racing Engineering in Budapest - GP2 Series

A torrential downpour in race two at the Hungaroring was the difference between success and failure today for Racing Engineering, with Adam Carroll losing an almost certain win because of standing water on the track and Javier Villa also losing his car in the treacherous conditio mehr >>


Up in smoke Racing Engineering in GP2 Series Race1 Budapest 06.08.2006

Racing Engineering: Up in smoke Racing Engineering in GP2 Series Race1 Budapest

Race one at the Hungaroring went up in a cloud of tyre smoke for Racing Engineering drivers Adam Carroll and Javier Villa today, as accidents put paid to both men's best efforts to bring home more points for the team after a strong performance in qualifying yesterday promised to provide some mehr >>

05.08.2006

Racing Engineering: More, more, more - Racing Engineering in GP2 Series race Budapest

With the threatened rain holding off until just after qualifying today at the Hungaroring, the Racing Engineering team had just one target: get as far up the grid as possible while the track was dry. A spin by championship leader Lewis Hamilton on the first lap didn't help matters much, but when it counted Adam Carroll pulled out one of his now usual sharp laps to finish mehr >>

30.07.2006

Racing Engineering: GERMANY, RACE 2  Racing Engingeering GP2's race

It wasn’t the end to the weekend that Racing Engineering was looking for with Adam Carroll finishing 8th and Javi Villa 13th. A water leak ruined the British drivers chance of success after starting from 3rd on the grid. The Mecachrome engine, which was replaced on Friday after a failure to the previous one, reached 120 degrees before the start of the race and automatica mehr >>

30.07.2006

Racing Engineering: SOLID AS A ROCK AT HOCK…

Racing Engineering’s Adam Carroll starts tomorrow’s GP2 Sprint race from 3rd on the grid after finishing today’s feature event in 6th. Meanwhile it was a good day for Javi Villa as he showed his future potential finishing 11th after starting from 22nd. A blistering start by both Racing Engineering drivers saw Great Britain’s Adam Carroll move from 12th to 7th by the end mehr >>

29.07.2006

Racing Engineering: Race against Time

It was a race against time for the Racing Engineering team and Adam Carroll to even make it to qualifying in Hockenheim today. Just over an hour from the start of the session, the team were forced to change an engine – a request which was made to manufacturer Mecachrome after free practice this morning when a misfire was reported. But the target was reached and both cars mehr >>


Road to nowhere 16.07.2006

Racing Engineering: Road to nowhere

With Adam being knocked out of a podium finish yesterday there was little expectation at Racing Engineering of a points paying finish in race two at Magny Cours, and so it proved - with no ability to improve their positions through strategy Adam Carroll and Javier Villa were unable to move up mehr >>


Nothing from something 15.07.2006

Racing Engineering: Nothing from something

Adam Carroll lost what looked to be another certain podium on the first lap of race one at Magny Cours when championship leader Lewis Hamilton clattered into his rear at the Adelaide hairpin, necessitating a long stop for a new rear wing and dropping the Ulsterman from third to the back of the field. mehr >>


Crosstown traffic 15.07.2006

Racing Engineering: Crosstown traffic

Adam Carroll proved that all of the hard work put in by the Racing Engineering mechanics and engineers at the recent test in Paul Ricard had paid off by claiming the fastest time in this morning's free practice session, but unfortunately traffic on his first flying lap in qualifying probably mehr >>

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