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Daily Archives: October 13th, 2015

King Russia15aBritish GP2 racer Jordan King endured a tough ninth round of the series at the Sochi circuit in Russia, but came away pleased with his speed in the car and with the progress made within his Racing Engineering squad.

The 21-year-old GP2 rookie, who had never raced at Sochi, set strong pace immediately, despite having to familiarise himself with the track. Read More »

Donington Park will host a new School for Race Car and Race Bike Mechanics from 21 November 2015, in partnership with the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) and the famous MTS of Monza in Italy. The top ten students will each get a placement in 2016 with a professional race team, giving them a head start in their motorsport careers.

The MIA Motorsport Technical School at Donington will give 40  students the chance to join these two, employer-supported programmes, studying for 160 hours over 12 weekends. Hands-on, pit garage practical and classroom courses will be led by successful, current race car and race bike mechanics, who will share their successful experience to help upcoming young talent. Read More »

– IDL Racing’s Tom Sharp takes his maiden Porsche Carrera Cup GB race win to become the inaugural Rookie Class champion
– Juta Racing’s Ignas Gelzinis comes out on top in nail-biting Pro-Am1 title battle
– Redline Racing’s John McCullagh secures the Pro-Am2 Championship
– Teams’ Championship goes to Redline Racing who beat Team Parker Racing to the prize

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