Super Nova's 2013 Auto GP champion Vittorio Ghirelli will return to the Norfolk team for this season's final round at Estoril this weekend.Ghirelli will replace Super Nova's injured regular driver Michela Cerruti in Portugal to bolster the outfit's bid for the teams' title.The Italian has suffered a disrupted season after his championship success, aborting a campaign in this year's Indy Lights championship, where he hopes to return in 2015.Ghirelli made his first Auto GP comeback with Super...
Zele Racing will field GP3 racer Luis Sa Silva for the Auto GP season finale at Estoril next month.Although the Angolan has considerable knowledge of the Portuguese ex-Formula 1 venue, it will be his first time behind the wheel of the 550bhp Auto GP machine. "I'm happy to drive such a powerful racing car," said Sa Silva. "It will be a tough challenge but I'm happy that it will happen at Estoril. "It's one of the tracks I know the best as I've run a lot of laps there.
A prize Formula 1 test will be offered to the Auto GP drivers' champion next season, the series has announced.Auto GP also plans to introduce performance upgrades and reduced budgets for its sixth season in 2015.The Enzo Coloni-promoted championship hopes modifications will bring around a one and half second improvement over the current spec machine.A reduced race calendar from eight to seven rounds and other cost-saving measures are intended to bring the average full-season budget down to...
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