Emily’s International F4 Debut Deemed a Huge Success

Track action 15 year old school girl racing driver competed in her first International Formula 4 Championship race in Asia last week, posting some impressive times, showing she’s more than ready to step up to the FIA F4 class in 2019.

Read more: Emily’s International F4 Debut Deemed a Huge Success

British GT champions and award winners crowned

Flick Haigh and Jonny AdamBritish GT’s 2018 champions, as well as those from every series organised by SRO Motorsports Group, gathered at Old Billingsgate in London on Saturday evening (November 24) for the organisation’s annual end-of-season prize giving ceremony.

Read more: British GT champions and award winners crowned

Emily to race in Asia in her first ever International F4 Race

Richardson Racing Team Teenage racing driver, Emily Linscott from Basildon, Essex, will be racing a Formula 4 car for the first time ever next weekend, not in her native England, but 6000 miles away in Asia.

Read more: Emily to race in Asia in her first ever International F4 Race

Quality over quantity for the third ever BWRDC all comers race

Mcgloin lead to the first corner (Photo by Marc Waller)The British Women Racing drivers club (BWRDC) held their latest all comers race at the Walter Hayes trophy recently.

Read more: Quality over quantity for the third ever BWRDC all comers race

Lisette Ogborn late season update

Oulton chicane battling (Photo by Marc Waller)The season finale of the 2018 Mighty Mini Championship was played out on at Oulton Park on 20th October 2108 in front of a determined crowd braving a chilly, but stunning, autumn day.

Read more: Lisette Ogborn late season update

Like it? Share it!

FacebookMySpaceTwitterDiggDeliciousStumbleuponGoogle BookmarksNewsvineLinkedinRSS Feed

TechQuarters

GRIT Clothing

Motorsport Latest

Moore Partners with Ritson to Defend Championship Crown

Any race driver wanting to move up a gear and further their career will at some stage want to pair up with a successful, championship-winning driver and as a youngster in the North of England, 16-year-old Moh Ritson couldn't have picked a better partner than last year's winner of the Dunlop Endurance Championship - and first-ever female winner of that title - Sarah Moore.

Read more...

Amna Al Qubaisi becomes first Arab woman to take part in Formula E

Eighteen-year-old Emirati racing driver Amna Al Qubaisi became the first Arab woman to take part in a Formula E test this past weekend and hopes her participation will increase interest in the sport from the Middle East.

Read more...