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

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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.

Formula Regional by Alpine: Franco Colapinto wins at the Red Bull Ring

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Franco Colapinto (MP Motorsport) wins the first race Formula Regional by Alpine at the Red Bull Ring

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Spa-Francorchamps, Race 2: Saucy and what a show!!!

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Spa-Francorchamps, Race 2: Saucy and what a show!!! Read more

Race 2 in Spa-Francorchamps expresses the best driving one could possibly see, with so many overtakes, but almost no incidents, and so much talent and maturity by many drivers, making this a real show!

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).

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Zandvoort, Race 1: Saucy has no rivals

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Grégoire Saucy, again! The ART Grand Prix driver once more is absolutely unbeatable and leads Race 1 at Circuit Zandvoort from pole position t0 the checkered flag. Never is he in trouble, with a great start and an equally fantastic restart after the safety car. Behind him, his teammate Gabriele Minì, in an absolutely consistent race, being the only driver with a pace close to Saucy.

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

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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: Zandvoort, round 5: Official entry list

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Round 5 of the new Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine is about to start at the 4259 meters long F1 Circuit Zandvoort, in the North of Holland – Netherlands.

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

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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

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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)

Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race 1: Saucy, David, Belov and Minì

Regional EU by Alpine: Paul Ricard, Race 1: Saucy, David, Belov and Minì Read more

Great performances by the drivers, but no changes in the first positions in Race 1 of the Formula Regional EU by Alpine at Paul Ricard where, from pole, Grègoire Saucy (ART Grand Prix) makes a great start, and Hadrien David (R-ace GP) cannot really try anything to overtake, from the second position, the leader and final winner of the race. 

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

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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

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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

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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.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Starting grid of Race 1 officialized

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The final classification of the QP changes due to the cancellation of all lap times of the driver Franco Colapinto as a consequence of technical non-conformity of his car. The MP Motorsport driver has decided to retire the car and not participate to the race. This also determines that with 32 drivers competing, both the 12th positioned drivers in QP of Group A and Group B will compete in Race 1 and Race 2, so Nicola Marinangeli (Arden motorsport) will be at the start also tomorrow.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Zane Maloney and Isack Hadjar take pole

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The 30′ qualifying for each of Group A and Group B have seen best lap time of the driver from Barbados Zane Maloney, first of Group B, while Isack Hadjar had been the first of Group A, with the conquer respectively of pole position in Race 2 and Race 1.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, qualifying: Zane Maloney and Isack Hadjar

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Monaco, qualifying: Zane Maloney  and Isack Hadjar Read more

In the early morning qualifying sessions in Monaco, it is Zane Maloney (R-ace GP) to obtain the best overall time with 1:28.893), an amazing lap time also helped by a track that has been evidently constantly improving, helping Group B drivers whose session was after Group A. Great job also by his teammate and Rookie, Isack Hadjar, with 1:29.727, the fastest of the first Group. The French driver will start in pole position tomorrow in Race 1, while the Brazilian will be on pole in Race 2 on Sunday.

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.

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Barcelona, race 1: Saucy unbeatable, then Minì and Aron

Formula Regional EU by Alpine: Barcelona, race 1: Saucy unbeatable, then Minì and Aron Read more

Grégoire Saucy (ART Grand Prix) wins, as predictable after the amazing pace all day yesterday, race 1 on the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya. Behind him his teammate Gabriele Minì, first among the Rookies, a good Paul Aron, gaining one position from 4th on the grid to 3rd. Fourth is Alex Quinn (Arden Motorsport), fifth is Mari Boya (Van Amersfoort Racing), losing 2 positions, and sixth William Alatalo (Arden Motorsport).

From karts to cars! Jules Mettetal wins 2019 Volant Winfield and full French FIA F4 season

From karts to cars! Jules Mettetal wins 2019 Volant Winfield and full French FIA F4 season Read more

Thanks to an exceptional performance level and rigorous organisation, the 2019 Volant Winfield stayed true to its promises and crowned 16-year-old karting talent Jules Mettetal as the winner. At Circuit Paul Ricard, the Frenchman impressed the jury with his raw speed during a high-level finale with fierce international competition. The 25th winner of the Volant Winfield has earned a full season in the 2019 FIA French F4 Championship organised by the FFSA Academy. Isack Hadjar took home the Trophée Winfield, reserved for the youngest drivers, with Doriane Pin collecting the prize for best female.