All posts tagged: fia formula 3

FIA F2 & FIA F3: Italian GP, In Quotes

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance by Diego Merino. FIA Formula 2, Monza, Friday: Doohan and Armstrong on how tricky it is to navigate in an F2 car the Parabolica looked to us journos. Doohan: “It obviously finishes the lap and it’s already a crazy […]

FIA F2 & FIA F3: Hungarian GP, In Quotes

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance by Diego Merino; header image by Sergio Álvarez. FIA F2, Hungary, Qualifying P1, Iwasa (1:27.930); P2, Armstrong (1:28.311); P3, Drugovich (1:28.340). Q: “Ayumu, P1, what a brilliant result! Please, can you tell us whether your lap in qualifyng was […]

FIA F2 & FIA F3: Austrian Käsespätzle

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance by Diego Merino. Qualifying, FIA F3 Q: “Cograts on this result guys (Hadjar P1, Martins P2, Bearman P3), did you, during any given moment during the session, see a move by any of your rivals that you’d label as […]

FIA F2/FIA F3: When in Sochi (FRI-SAT-SUN-UPDATED)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez. Sochi is weird. Not as Austin perhaps but there or thereabouts. It’s a conundrum. The location is nice – but fairly removed from Moscow or St Petersburg, meaning that only locals are likely to show up and watch. The track itself […]

FIA F3: Spa Therapy (FRI-SAT-SUN & Next Gen updated)

Interviews and photos by Sergio Álvarez. Following a brave suggestion from one of our spam readers, a gentleman called Chris Miravalle, I’d like to quote here what he (she?) left us in the comments below. “Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it […]

FIA F3: SUNday at the HUNgaroring in Split Second

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. If something went right for Helmut Marko’s Angels in Budapest on Sunday, it was definitely Formula 3! There was no stopping Dennis Hauger at the front and at the expense of his less experienced F3 team-mate, Leclerc, […]

FIA F3: Saturday at the Hungaroring (Updated)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. It was business as usual on Saturday in Budapest – win a few, lose a few. With some uncharacteristically exotic DNFs for high profile drivers, we had to ask what was wrong after all. Was it the […]