Top Story: Business as usual for Racing Engineering at Paul Ricard

This week's mid-season test at Paul Ricard came at the perfect time for Racing Engineering; with the upswing in performance in recent races after a slow start to the season, the team were hoping the test would allow them to optimise the racing set ups for a strong push forward over the remainder of the year. And so it proved. With track time at a premium on race weekends, the comparatively unlimited number of laps around the sweltering French circuit provided ideal conditions for data acquis mehr >>

More from this category


Business as usual for Racing Engineering at Paul Ricard 29.06.2006

Racing Engineering: Business as usual for Racing Engineering at Paul Ricard

This week's mid-season test at Paul Ricard came at the perfect time for Racing Engineering; with the upswing in performance in recent races after a slow start to the season, the team were hoping the test would allow them to optimise the racing set ups for a strong push forward over the remainder o mehr >>

26.06.2006

Racing Engineering: Another podium for Racing Engineering in Spanish F3 - Estoril

At the Portuguese round of the Spanish Formula 3 Championship taking place this weekend at the circuit of Estoril Miguel Molina confirmed his ascending form. After Saturday’s second and third position for Racing Engineering’s Nicolas Prost and Miguel Molina, Miguel finished race two on the podium as well. The reversed grid of Sunday’s race saw Nicolas Prost stating from mehr >>

25.06.2006

Racing Engineering: Double podium for Racing Engineering in Spanish F3

Nicolas Prost and Miguel Molina finished today’s race at the circuit of Estoril in second and third position respectively. Sergio Jimenez, confident leader of the race, lost his first position due to technical problems with only a few laps to go. Everything started well this morning for Racing Engineering’s F3 squad at the Portuguese circuit of Estoril. Sergio Jimenez wa mehr >>


Once more with feeling 12.06.2006

Racing Engineering: Once more with feeling

The Racing Engineering revival show was in full swing today in Silverstone with Adam Carroll building on yesterday's third placed finish by going one better, claiming second in race two at his home circuit to bring home a lucky thirteen points for the team from their most successful weekend mehr >>


Carroll blazes to second podium 10.06.2006

Racing Engineering: Carroll blazes to second podium

Adam Carroll brought home Racing Engineering's second podium finish of the year in race one at Silverstone despite a fire in his car just minutes before the race, which caused his mechanics a few last minute heart palpitations on the grid as they pulled out all the stops to get his car mehr >>


First among equals Racing Engineering with Adam Carroll and Javier Villa 09.06.2006

Racing Engineering: First among equals Racing Engineering with Adam Carroll and Javier Villa

Sophocles famously stated there is no success without hardship , and Racing Engineering can only agree: all of the early season difficulties suffered by the team were worthwhile if they were the price to pay for today's pole position by Adam Carroll at Silverstone. Adam was immediately on the mehr >>


That's the way it is - Racing Engineering : GP2 Series - race Monaco 27.05.2006

Racing Engineering: That's the way it is - Racing Engineering : GP2 Series - race Monaco

Monaco is the race everyone wants to win: it's the one that even non- race fans have heard about and watch. Unfortunately today's race in Monaco lasted exactly three corners for Racing Engineering after both drivers were taken out of the race for reasons not of their own making. There is often mayhem at mehr >>


Tomorrow never knows 26.05.2006

Racing Engineering: Tomorrow never knows

Racing Engineering have managed to achieve their goals in qualifying at the famously difficult Monaco circuit as Adam Carroll and Javier Villa brought their cars home in seventh and thirteenth places for tomorrow's jewel in the crown race in the GP2 series. Everyone knows that qualifying in Monaco is a l mehr >>

22.05.2006

Racing Engineering: Spanish F3 in Jarama: A good week-end for Racing Engineering

Sergio Jimenez got his first ever win in the Spanish F3 championship yesterday after race 1, and a second place today. Miguel Molina forgot his difficult start of the season with a brilliant third place today after race 2. Sergio Jimenez had a great week-end in Jarama for the third round of the Spanish F3 championship. He overtook poleman Cortes at the first corner of race 1 and mehr >>


A Royal visit for Racing Engineering 14.05.2006

Racing Engineering: A Royal visit for Racing Engineering

The highlight of the Racing Engineering team's weekend in Barcelona happened after race two today when His Majesty the King of Spain made a visit to the team's pits. Escorted by team principal Alfonso de Orleans, His Highness was introduced to drivers Adam Carroll and Javier Villa, along wit mehr >>


A ballad to forget in Barcelona 13.05.2006

Racing Engineering: A ballad to forget in Barcelona

The home track advantage didn't pay off for Racing Engineering when, after a difficult day at the track, the team lost their team manager and then a podium when Adam Carroll was unable to find his pit and was forced to come in for a second time, throwing away a second podium finish in the process. mehr >>


GP2 Series Barcelona -Three is a magic number 13.05.2006

Racing Engineering: GP2 Series Barcelona -Three is a magic number

Racing Engineering were given a lift by their local fans in Barcelona, and responded in the best way they could: Adam Carroll put his car in third place for tomorrow's race with the best qualifying result for the team so far this year. This morning's practice session was run under wet con mehr >>


More points at the Nürburgring 07.05.2006

Racing Engineering: More points at the Nürburgring

Racing Engineering scored more points in race two at the Nurburgring when Adam Carroll finished in fifth place after a strong fight with eventual winner Lewis Hamilton left the Ulsterman with a flat spotted tyre and unable to claim a second consecutive podium. A strong start put A mehr >>


The champagne flows at last at Nürburgring 06.05.2006

Racing Engineering: The champagne flows at last at Nürburgring

The Racing Engineering mechanics and engineers were showered in champagne at the conclusion of race one at the Nurburgring by their driver Adam Carroll, who brought home the team's first podium finish of 2006. mehr >>


Adam Carroll: "This is the start of the season for us" 06.05.2006

Racing Engineering: Adam Carroll: "This is the start of the season for us"

We talk to Adam Carroll after a trademark charge from the Ulsterman in today's race for Racing Engineering GP2 Series: Adam, what is it with you and this place? Adam Carroll: I don't know, but it produces some good racing, doesn't it! The car felt good today, mehr >>


Movin' on up - Racing Engineering in GP2 Series 06.05.2006

Racing Engineering: Movin' on up - Racing Engineering in GP2 Series

The pre-season promise of strong results for Racing Engineering took a large step forward at the Nurburgring when Adam Carroll set the third fastest time in practice before claiming seventh on the grid for tomorrow's first race. The practice session was the first indication that the team are moving forward after mehr >>

30.04.2006

Racing Engineering: Racing Engineering Nicolas PROST takes the lead in Spanish F3

Racing Engineering had a great time in Magny-Cours, France, this week-end. Javier Villa finished twice in second position with a B class car, while Nicolas Prost (30 pts) took the lead of the championship after race 2. Racing Engineering (41 pts) also leads the teams’ championship. On race 1, yesterday, Javier wanted to show he hadn’t lost his speed. He did it perfectly, mehr >>


Race two not fantastic IMOLA Racing Engineering 23.04.2006

Racing Engineering: Race two not fantastic IMOLA Racing Engineering

The wait for the first points of the season for Racing Engineering continues after race two in Imola where an expectation of no points, the result of incidents in race one yesterday, unfortunately came true. T he team was using today's race largely as an unplanned test session ahead of the next round a mehr >>


GP2 Series RACING ENGINEERING IMOLA - Points go up in smoke 22.04.2006

Racing Engineering: GP2 Series RACING ENGINEERING IMOLA - Points go up in smoke

The promise shown in yesterday’s qualifying session crashed to a halt today when tyre problems pitched Adam Carroll into the wall and out of race one in Imola, losing the first points for Racing Engineering in the 2006 championship. Starting from seventh on the grid, Adam made a strong start to push mehr >>


Mixed fortunes in Imola 21.04.2006

Racing Engineering: Mixed fortunes in Imola

The first Formula One supporting GP2 qualifying session of the year was a mixed bag for Racing Engineering, with Adam Carroll bringing the car home in a solid seventh place this afternoon in Imola, with teammate Javier Villa struggling home at the rear of the grid. Adam's drive was a strong improvement over a disappointi mehr >>

Navigation -> Seitenanzahl : (25)

 « Anfang ...  «  19 20 21 22 23 24 25  » 
2001-2022 copyright automobilsport.com