I just realized I should’ve posted this in general instead of classifieds, my apologies and thanx for the fix 😉
(ALMS)-Only a month before the 12 hours of Sebring in the American Le Mans series, new teams in different classes will ensure more competition, specially in the P2 class…includes teams like Andretti Green Racing, Penske Motorsports, Lowe’s Fernandez Racing and Highcroft Racing. The Aston Martin and Corvette duel will certainly prove to be as good as always (GT1 class).
(F1)-Michael Schumacher answered those who wondered how long he could stay away from Formula One when he appeared at a test session on Wednesday for the first time this year.
A Ferrari spokesman said the retired 38-year-old German was merely following the progress of the team on the final day of pre-season testing in Europe at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya.
Although the most successful driver in the history of Formula One attended the launch of the new Ferrari at the team’s Fiorano track in January, he has not been to a test session since he quit in October.
Ferrari have said seven-times world champion Schumacher, who has access to test data on his home computer, will continue with the team in a role yet to be defined.
Briton David Coulthard was quickest in his Red Bull, putting in 112 laps while watched by the team’s billionaire owner Dietrich Mateschitz.
BMW Sauber’s Nick Heidfeld of Germany was second quickest with Brazilian Felipe Massa third for Ferrari ahead of double world champion Fernando Alonso in a McLaren.
Toro Rosso’s new Ferrari-powered STR2 car also made its track debut, with Italian Vitantonio Liuzzi putting in 43 laps, after a low-key launch on Tuesday.
The next test is in Bahrain on Feb. 22. The season starts in Australia on March 18.
(CC)-Pre season tests for the Champ Car series, 52 day countdown to the start of the 2007 Season at the Vegas Grand Prix Fueled by Visa
Since we have the Daytona 500 around the corner, what are your thoughts about Juan Pablo Montoya for the next season?