I've already been in the car twice as much as I was for the full season last year, so that side of things has been pretty amazing in terms of track time and learning the circuits. The challenge of learning the tracks and taking it to the best in Europe and the world in Supercup has certainly not been easy. We've had our ups and downs, but a lot of fun at the same time. … [Read more...] about Interview: Kiwi Porsche star on his new life in Europe
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“[In the West] if we want something, we ask for it,” adds the New Zealander. “If you don’t like something about the car, you say it. Whereas in Japan, it’s quite common for drivers not to say too much, because you don’t want to upset someone.” … [Read more...] about Who is Toyota’s new Japanese WEC protege?
Regarding the scale of the Speedway, he responded, “It’s big enough without people in it. I can’t imagine what 400,000 would look like inside. I’ve only been around the side [of the track], I’ve never been in this sort of cathedral right here [front straight grandstands] in pitlane, so I can’t imagine what it’s gonna be like at driver intros. Super excited.” … [Read more...] about McLaughlin completes Rookie Orientation Program at Indy
However, he says currently he has no plans to take part as he intends to race the Gulf 12 Hours in Abu Dhabi again at the Yas Marina Circuit in early January. That said, he admitted the rally gaining world championship status has made it “more interesting” to him. … [Read more...] about Rossi has no Monza Rally plans but hasn’t ruled it out
“Due to the high level of uncertainty around the ability of the event to proceed in 2021, the likely impact on the event for both the consumer and commercial market, and the long-term decline in the core motorsport fan, a decision has been made that it will not be possible to hold the race next year, and to not seek a contract for future years. … [Read more...] about Adelaide Supercars race axed