All posts tagged: Théo Pourchaire

FIA F2, Monaco Feature Race Quotes: Being Felipe Drugovich

Interviews & photos by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance by Diego Merino; header image by Tony Hall. Felipe Drugovich, MP Motorsport, P1: 1:02:35.675 Théo Pourchaire, ART Grand Prix, P2: GAP 0.827 Jüri Vips, Hitech Grand Prix, P3: GAP 8.042 Q: “Felipe, off the back of Barcelona […]

FIA F2, Monaco Qualy Quotes: Lawson’s Law (Updated)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; spiritual guidance by Diego Merino; header image by Tony Hall. P1 – Liam Lawson, Carlin, 1:21.229 (Group A) P2 – Théo Pourchaire, ART Grand Prix, 1:21.535 (Group B) P3 – Ayumu Iwasa, DAMS, 1:21.288 (Group A) UPDATE: as per Formula 2, […]

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 F2: Pronti, Partenza, MONZA (FRI-SAT-SUN updated)

Interviews by Sergio Álvarez; photos by Diego Merino. Over the years we’ve been visiting Monza for the Italian GP and its magic and history always shone on us. You can check out our archive, featuring stories and photos from Diego and Sergio: iberianmph.com/tag/monza One of […]

Cramped Racing: FIA F2 Around Monaco, Part Last

Header image/photos by Tony Hall; interviews by Sergio Álvarez What do you get when you add a ‘Carlo’ to a ‘Monte’? You get the full monty with Carlo and that’s exactly what happened during last weekend’s racing at the cramped Monaco street circuit. Love it […]

FIA #F2: You Know His Name – Look Up the Number (10)

Header image/photos by Tony Hall; interviews by Sergio Álvarez FIA F2. Race 2 then. Saturday. We found ourselves surrounded by the walls of our private apartment and at the same moment asking the second place finisher (at least at that instant), Dan Ticktum, a few […]

FIA F2: It’s Monaco!

Header image by Tony Hall; interviews by Sergio Álvarez You wouldn’t be surprised if I told you that Monaco produces dull races, you’re mostly looking forward to kamikaze overtakes and de Cesaris-Piquet style anecdotical sort of mishaps. Traffic is tough, overtaking is at a premium. […]