Posted by on 2015-08-15

Force India F1 2015 10-9-7-6-7-6-6… it’s not a lock combination to a team’s garage door or a secret code to start F1 Mercedes engine. These numbers show best the progress of a Sahara Force India Formula One Team through its timeline. Like a wheel of Ashoka Chakra on the flag of India “represents the dynamism of a peaceful change”, the team follows the same principle and unhurriedly moves forward. Its main goal for this year is clear – to finish season not lower than in TOP 5. But how does Force India go for it? Will the team be able to beat its main competitors in the race on as well as off the track? Let’s see how they have been performing this year so far!

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Posted by on 2015-04-28

andrejs-laipnieks RBKF Champion On behalf of Gokart PRIX we'd like to congratulate Andrejs Laipnieks with his victory in Red Bull Kart Fight World championship. It took place this weekend on Red Bull Ring in Austria! This is a great achievement for Latvian hobbykart movement! We really believe this is only the beginning...

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Posted by on 2015-04-27

2015 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Yet another perfect IndyCar race happened on Barber Motorsports track in Birmingham, Alabama. It was 4th different winner this year. This time car #67 took the lead from Helio Castroneves and crossed the finish line first.

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Posted by on 2015-04-27

2015 World RX of Portugal Sweden can celebrate 26th of April from now on since Johan Kristoffersson beat Petter Solberg in the final race of FIA World Rallycross Championship season-opener stage in Montalegre, Portugal.

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Posted by on 2015-04-21

41st Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Very calm, but still interesting race happened in Long Beach, California last Sunday. Big disappointment for Will Power, whose car stalled on the pit lane entrance. That costed him the whole lap.

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Posted by on 2015-04-20

2015 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Really nice performance by Kimi Raikkonen let him finish the race as the only Ferrari diver that could step on the podium this time. More to that, he finished 2nd! Lewis Hamilton proceeds chasing the championship cup, but Nico Rosberg really needs to think how to deal with already both Ferrari's. F1 takes a little break before the European part of the season.

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Posted by on 2015-04-13

2015 Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana Wet and narrow track in NOLA Motorsports Park next to New Orleans gave us the opportunity to watch how the masters drive. Many of the racers couldn't handle that, and because of them safety car was deployed around 7 times! This situation left the strategists only to gamble.

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Posted by on 2015-04-12

2015 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix Well, looks like Mercedes have done their homework. Coldblooded calculations, good strategy, great performance by pit-stop crew as well as drivers. As a result Ferrari are behind. But not much. Reds are biting silvers' tails. Hamilton won this race, followed by his teammate Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel. The same racers on the podium for the 3rd time in a row! We would like to mention a good performance by Marcus Ericsson that made him get 1 point in a hard battle!

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Posted by on 2015-04-07

Long Beach Formula e has traveled from East to West coast of United States. Same great weather, same great atmosphere, but different ocean and yet another new winner! For the first row owners Daniel Abt and Nicolas Prost this race was a disaster, but for the guy who started it on the 3rd position that day was a historic. 35 years ago his father won his first Formula 1 race on this track. Nelson Piquet Jr. made the great start and didn't let anyone to overtake him, even despite of two deployed safety cars. Congrats, Brazilian!

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Posted by on 2015-04-01

Awarding Stage 2 The season opener in Florida's St.Pete presented the new look of IndyCar cars. Now they have aerodynamics kits created by the two engine suppliers - Chevrolet and Honda. Official results showed that Chevy have done their job better since first 6 places were covered by the American manufacturer's representatives. Also Honda's kits were easy detaching after a slightly car-by-car touch, which caused debris all over the track. Raining champion Will Power was leading the most part of the race, but his teammate Juan Pablo Montoya was able to overtake him in the end and defend his position up until the checked flag. Nice race! Nice weather! Nice series!

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Posted by on 2015-03-31

Fe results Very interesting race happened in Malaysia this weekend! Ferrari overplayed Mercedes and, as a result, Vettel won his first race in the red suit. Kimi Raikkonen could fight with Rosberg and Hamilton, too, if an early tyre puncture didn't spoil his race. Anyhow, 4th place is perfect for him in those conditions. Toro Rosso was better than Red Bull, McLaren couldn't make it till finish, and Manor with only one car, but was able to see the checked flag.

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Posted by on 2015-03-17

Fe resultsIt was a perfect weather for racing in Miami. Street circuit was narrow, but, surprisingly, there were no accidents, no crashes, and safety car was never deployed. Some of the racers had to save their cars' energy, and that didn't let them show a good result. But the guy, who has done his job the best, was Nicolas Prost from e.dams-Renault. The second on the podium was series' rookie, but not a rookie at all in the racing world, Scott Speed. Daniel Abt could have been the first, but finished on the 3rd position.

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Posted by on 2015-03-16

Hello, racers! As you might have already noticed, we do love racing! And we'd like to share this love with you as well. That's why we're starting a new blog where we'll inform you about results of the races in several racing series, like Formula1, IndyCar, Formula e and FIA World Rallycross Championship.

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