The World Series by Renault will hold the final race of the year for that series from the 20th of October to the 21st of October, and it will be held in Catalunya. The series has already held eight races this year, starting the season off with an event at Motorland and it was on to Monaco from there. Next, the World Series by Renault visited the Circuit at Spa Francorchamps, Belgium and then went onto the Nurburgring, Germany. There were also stops along the way in famous locations for racing like Silverstone, Paul Ricard and Hungaroring.
Paul Ricard was the most recent venue with a race, and Antonio Felix da Costa took first place in that event. Nick Yelloly came in second for race number one followed by Russia's Daniil Move. In the second race, it was Jules Bianchi from France who took first, with Antonio Felix da Costa in second and Sam Bird from Great Britain in third. Jules Bianchi comes in first in the standings, followed by Robin Firjns and then Sam Bird takes third. Nick Yelloly and Marco Sorenson come in fourth and fifth while Tech 1 Racing leads the team championship.
Posted: 25th August 2012
Out of the nine races that make up the entire season of events for the World Series by Renault, we have just three go to not including the one that is happening this week. This week's race is at the world famous circuit in Great Britain called Silverstone, and it is the sixth race of the year for the series. The race dates are the 25th of August through the 26th. Next up, the series will head to the Hungaroring circuit, and then it will be onto the nation of France for a race at Paul Ricard. Finally, Renault will go to Catalunya, Spain for the last race of the year.
The most recent race on the World Series by Renault calendar was the event that took place at the Moscow Raceway. It happened last week and featured Robin Frijns with FORTEC Motorsports as the winner of that first race. Jules Bianchi came in second in race one, and Sam Bird from Great Britain was third. In the second race, Arthur Pic came in first followed by Walter Grubmuller and Kevin Korjus was third. Right now, Robin Frijns leads the driver's standings, followed by Sam Bird and Jules Bianchi. Tech 1 Racing is on top in the team standings.
Posted: 14th July 2012
The Renault World Series will head to the Moscow Raceway for an event that runs from the 14th of July to the 15th. This will be the fifth race of the year for the series, with events already completed in Motorland, Monaco, Spa-Francorchamps and Nurburgring, and then we have several races still to go in this series. The next one scheduled after Moscow will be the one that happens in the world famous track in Silverstone, Great Britain. Then, the series will be on to Hungaroring and then they go to Paul Ricard and Catalunya, Spain.
At Nurburgring, Jules Bianchi from France came in first, and Nico Muller took second. Robin Frijns from the Netherlands was in third and then Arthur Pic came in fourth for France. In the second race, it is Nick Yelloly from Great Britain who came in first, with Marco Sorensen in second and Andrew Negrao taking third. Fourth was another Brit, Sam Bird. As for the driver standings, Sam Bird takes first in that, with Robin Frijns coming in second and Nick Yelloly takes third place. In the teams, Fortec Motorsports takes first place.
Posted: 30th June 2012
The World Series by Renault World Series continues this week with a race that happens in Nurburgring, Germany, June 30th through July 1st. This will be the fourth event of the year for the Renault World Series and we still have five more to go after this. The series started with the Motorland Aragon Race, May 5th through the 6th and then went on to the May 26th through 27th race in Monaco. After that, the series was in Spa Francorchamps, and then we have this week's race. Coming up on the calendar still, races in Silverstone, Paul Ricard and Catalunya.
The most recent race, in Spa Francorchamps was won by Kevin Magnusson with Carlin Racing, with Nick Yelloly in second and Robin Frijns in third place. As for the driver's standings, we have Sam Bird in first place with 70 points, followed by Robin Frijns in second and Nick Yelloly in third. Marco Sorensen and Kevin Magnussen who both hail from Denmark take the fourth and the fifth spots in the standings. As for the teams, we have ISR in first place with 78 points, followed by Fortec Motorsports with 74 and then Tech 1 Racing comes in at third place.
Posted: 5th May 2012
The World Series by Renault World Series is going to begin their exciting 2012 season coming up this week. Motorland is the first venue on the calendar, and the dates are Saturday, March 5th and Sunday March 6th. The next event on the calendar is in Monaco, and it happens on the 26th and the 27th of May. We move onto June after that, starting with a race on the 2nd and the 3rd, which happens in Spa-Francorchamps, France. Other upcoming races on the Renault calendar include Nurburgring, Germany and the Moscow Raceway in Russia.
In the Renault standings from last year we have Robert Wickens from Canada in first place. Jean Eric Vergne is in second from France and American Alexander Rossi comes in third. Albert Costa, who comes to us from Spain takes the fourth spot and Australian Daniel Ricciardo comes in at number five with a total of 144 points right now. You can watch live, high quality video from anywhere in the world. All you need to do is click on the links on this page to get instant access to live streaming motorsport events on your mobile device or computer.