PREMA Powerteam with former karting star Paul Aron back to winning ways at Mugello

PREMA Powerteam with former karting star Paul Aron back to winning ways at Mugello Read more

PREMA Powerteam put up a dominating performance in the penultimate round of the 2021 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Mugello. Estonian Paul Aron swept the event, storming from pole to victory twice, and fighting back to second place in the driver standings.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Aron closes the perfect weekend

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Aron closes the perfect weekend Read more

Paul Aron (Prema Powerteam) wins Race 2 on the Mugello Circuit and closes the perfect weekend with two pole positions and two wins. Behind him, his teammate, Dino Beganovic, also first of the Rookies, making an amazing race and finally conquering his first podium after a few occasions ruined by accidents, often not his fault, as in Race 1 here in Mugello.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Mugello Race 1: Aron wins and Saucy is the Champion

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Mugello Race 1: Aron wins and Saucy is the Champion Read more

A fantastic Race 1 in Mugello has been disputed, with Paul Aron (Prema Powerteam) starting from pole position, being overtaken by Michael Belov (G4 _Racing) at the start, but not giving up and managing to gain back the lead and final win, taking advantage of the restart after the first of two safety cars.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Valencia, race 1: Colapinto resists to Vidales and wins

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Valencia, race 1: Colapinto resists to Vidales and wins Read more

Franco Colapinto (MP Motorsport) from pole position on the grid is ahead almost all the 30 minutes plus one lap and wins Race 1 in Valencia.

Paul Aron, Davide Vidales and Dino Beganovic make positive steps at Spa-Francorchamps

Paul Aron, Davide Vidales and Dino Beganovic make positive steps at Spa-Francorchamps Read more

It was a tricky run for PREMA Powerteam at Spa-Francorchamps, home to the sixth round of the 2021 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine. The team put up a good pace in qualifying and in the two drama-filled races, going back to the podium with a rookie win by Dino Beganovic. 

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Spa-Francorshamps, Race 1 report: Belov huge, then David and Maloney

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Spa-Francorshamps, Race 1 report: Belov huge, then David and Maloney Read more

Race 1 starts with slightly wet track conditions and some teams and drivers trying a gamble with slick tyres, but the choice does not help and, finally, the race will be held with pouring rain. In the first row Michael Belov (G4 Racing) is in pole position, and at his side is the Rookie, Red Bull Junior Team driver, Isack Hadjar (R-ace GP). In the second row, Hadrien David (R-ace GP) and Dino Beganovic (Prema Powerteam).

Two Kart drivers attending the Scouting Camp of the Ferrari Driver Academy

Two Kart drivers attending the Scouting Camp of the Ferrari Driver Academy Read more

Tuukka Taponen and Bruno Del Pino, official drivers of the Tony Kart Racing Team in the OK class, are the drivers they suggested to Ferrari Driver Academy who take part in the Scouting Camp organized by the FDA itself in partnership with ACI (Automobile Club d'Italia) with the aim of looking for the most promising young karters.

Formula Regional by Alpine: MP Motorsport and Prema ahead on wet track in Zandvoort

Formula Regional by Alpine: MP Motorsport and Prema ahead on wet track in Zandvoort Read more

On a wet track, the first 50 minutes collective tests session on the Circuit Zandvoort is stopped quite a few times due to red flags. In this “start and stop” session, it is Franco Colapinto (MP Motorsport) to set the fastest lap time. The Argentinian driver stops the watch with a very good lap time of 1:39.588 in front of Dino Beganovic (Prema Powerteam – 1:39.894), Kas Haverkort (MP Motorsport – 1:40.234), David Vidales (Prema Motorsport – 1:40.424), Mikhael Belov (G4 Racing – 1:40.528) and Paul Aron (Prema Powerteam – 1:40.594).

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race 2, report and final results

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race 2, report and final results Read more

In Race 2 Grégoire Saucy (ART Grand Prix) is in pole position, while on his side is his first opponent on the Circuit Paul Ricard, Hadrien David (R-ace GP). In the second row are the two fastest Rookies in the start of the season, Gabriele Minì (ART Grand Prix) and Isack Hadjar (R-ace GP).

Livestream Race 2: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Circuit Paul Ricard

Livestream Race 2: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Circuit Paul Ricard Read more

It’s racing weekend at Circuit Paul Ricard, for the fourth round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – certified by FIA and co-organized by ACI Sport and Alpine.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race1 updated standings see David as the winner

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race1 updated standings see David as the winner Read more

The standings of Race 1 in Paul Ricard change due to the disqualification of Grégoire Saucy due to his car not being compliant with the technical regulations; a sad situation after the great driving by the Swiss driver of ART Grand Prix. The final standings see all driver behind Saucy move up one position, so the winner is Hadrien David (R-ace GP), followed by Mikhael Belov (JD Motorsport, and Gabriele Minì (ART Grand Prix)

Livestream Race 1: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Circuit Paul Ricard

Livestream Race 1: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Circuit Paul Ricard Read more

It’s racing weekend at Circuit Paul Ricard, for the fourth round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine – certified by FIA and co-organized by ACI Sport and Alpine.

Live timing: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine of Round 4 at Circuit Paul Ricard

Live timing: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine of Round 4 at Circuit Paul Ricard Read more

In the second 50 minutes practice session of the Friday, Grégoire Saucy (ART Grand Prix) confirms to be the fastest also with new tires, obtaining a very good lap time (1:57.937), being the only driver to go below 1:58.000. Behind him, his teammate, Gabriele Minì, stopping the watch at 1:58.275, so not as close as he might have wanted, but still in a potential first row. 

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, Race 2 report

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, Race 2 report Read more

The Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine Monaco Grand Prix ends with a total R-ace GP podium, headed by the winner of Race 2, the driver from Barbados Zane Maloney, followed by who has been probably the fastest Formula Regional by Alpine driver at the Principality this weekend, Isack Hadjar, while third has been Hadrien David, great in FP, but not taking advantage of his speed in QP, and so obliged to confirm his starting position in Race 2, third, just as he did in Race 1, fourth.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, Race 2: Maloney, Hadjar and David make R-ace GP absolute success

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, Race 2: Maloney, Hadjar and David make R-ace GP absolute success Read more

From pole, it is the Zane Maloney to bring Barbados to the top of the podium at the Formula Regional Grand Prix of Monaco. The R-ace driver passes the chequered flag in front of teammates Isack Hadjar and Hadrien David, for a one-team podium in Race 2 in Monaco.

Livestream Race 2: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco

Livestream Race 2: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco Read more

Today the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine series has started living the dream of the Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco, with the only Free Practice of the weekend starting at 8.30 (CET) for 50 minutes as the first overall session of the day.

Livestream Race 1: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco

Livestream Race 1: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco Read more

Today the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine series has started living the dream of the Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco, with the only Free Practice of the weekend starting at 8.30 (CET) for 50 minutes as the first overall session of the day.

Livesteam: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco

Livesteam: Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine: Monaco Read more

Today the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine series has started living the dream of the Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco, with the only Free Practice of the weekend starting at 8.30 (CET) for 50 minutes as the first overall session of the day.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco: Free Practice: David, Quinn, Minì

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco: Free Practice: David, Quinn, Minì Read more

Today the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine series has started living the dream of the Formula 1 Grand Prix De Monaco, with the only Free Practice of the weekend starting at 8.30 (CET) for 50 minutes as the first overall session of the day.

PREMA takes podium finish in up-and-down Barcelona weekend

PREMA takes podium finish in up-and-down Barcelona weekend Read more

It has been an up-and-down weekend for PREMA Powerteam in the second round of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Barcelona. Sharing Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with Formula One this weekend, the team couldn't maximise qualifying, and that led to a troubled run in the races, with Paul Aron salvaging a podium finish in race 1 and P4 in race 2. The Estonian really made the most out of his package, fighting with an extremely solid approach.
 

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Barcelona Race 2: Saucy perfect, Quinn great, Hadjar the fastest

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Barcelona Race 2: Saucy perfect, Quinn great, Hadjar the fastest Read more

The podium of Race 2 on the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya has three amazing drivers celebrating, each one of them with a special performance.

Prema Powerteam wants to continue the good start in Formula Regional by Alpine

Prema Powerteam wants to continue the good start in Formula Regional by Alpine Read more

PREMA Powerteam is set to line up for the second round of the 2021 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine this weekend at Barcelona. Coming from a positive debut at Imola, with one win and a second place in the two races, the team is determined to put everything together on Spanish soil and see all three drivers running consistently at the front. 
 

PREMA Powerteam shows winning form in FRECA opener

PREMA Powerteam shows winning form in FRECA opener Read more

PREMA Powerteam showed winning form in the opening round of the 2021 Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine at Imola. The Italian squad secured one win with Spaniard David Vidales in race 1 and brought home more valuable silverware and points with Estonian Paul Aron in race 2.

Abu Dhabi Racing by PREMA announces 2021 F3 Asia line-up

Abu Dhabi Racing by PREMA announces 2021 F3 Asia line-up Read more

Abu Dhabi Racing by PREMA is delighted to announce the team’s line-up for the upcoming F3 Asian Championship, starting on January 29 and 30 at Dubai Autodrome. Guan Yu Zhou will enter the full championship, the Chinese racer making a welcome return to the team. Zhou raced with PREMA Powerteam in the Italian Formula 4 Championship and Formula 3 European Championship, emerging as a highly competitive contender.

Dino Beganovic moves up to Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine with PREMA for 2021

Dino Beganovic moves up to Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine with PREMA for 2021 Read more

PREMA Powerteam is proud to announce that Swedish racer Dino Beganovic will step up to the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine in 2021.  The 16-year-old driver joined the team for his rookie campaign in the 2020 Italian Formula 4 Championship, showing speed straight away. Over the season, he impressed for the progress he made, scoring two pole positions and claiming his maiden win at Imola. 

Prema Powerteam claims Italian Formula 4 team title at Vallelunga

Prema Powerteam claims Italian Formula 4 team title at Vallelunga Read more

The Italian Formula 4 Championship came to its conclusion this weekend with the running of round 7 at the Roman track of Vallelunga. After winning the driver title with Gabriele Minì in the penultimate round of 2020 at Imola, PREMA Powerteam was able to also seal the team title at the end of Race 1.
 

Vallelunga race 3: Edgar wins; Minì, Pizzi and Beganovic for the championship

Vallelunga race 3: Edgar wins; Minì, Pizzi and Beganovic for the championship Read more

In race 3 between rain and light that slowly goes away the English Jonny Edgar wins, while in the championship confirmed the podium: Minì, Pizzi and Beganovic. With race 2 canceled due to rain, it is possible to go for race 3 right at the end of the day, taking advantage of the interruption of the rain and before dark. With the second and third place already defined behind the champion Minì, mathematically conquered by Francesco Pizzi and Dino Beganovic, the race makes history by itself.

Gabriele Minì takes 2020 Italian Formula 4 title at Imola

Gabriele Minì takes 2020 Italian Formula 4 title at Imola Read more

PREMA Powerteam experienced a memorable weekend at Imola. With one win and two second-place finishes, Gabriele Minì secured the 2020 Italian Formula 4 Championship with one full round still to go. The 15-year-old racer, who was the first Italian to take the overall title in the history of the championship, delivered three outstanding runs including a win in race 1, as he kept control of the situation and did not make the slightest mistake. He is the fifth Prema driver to take the Italian title, the first being Lance Stroll in 2014. 

Gabriele Minì, Sebastian Montoya ,Gabriel Bortoleto and Dino Beganovic keep fighting at Monza

Gabriele Minì, Sebastian Montoya ,Gabriel Bortoleto and Dino Beganovic keep fighting at Monza Read more

PREMA Powerteam didn't come home with a win in round 5 of the Italian Formula 4 Championship at Monza, but the team showed great potential and secured several podium finishes at the fast Italian venue. In addition, Gabriele Minì is still leading the series with a good margin.

PREMA Powerteam scores double podium lockout in Mugello F4 event

PREMA Powerteam scores double podium lockout in Mugello F4 event Read more

It was an outstanding weekend for PREMA Powerteam at Mugello, as the Italian venue hosted round 4 of the 2020 Italian Formula 4 Championship. Lining up in extreme changing weather at the Tuscan venue, the team brought home two wins and multiple podium finishes which included two complete podium lockouts on Sunday.