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16 April 2014

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior keeps rolling

Quality, safety and low costs for the new Fast Lane Promotion's Series

13 April 2014

Imola round goes on On-Race TV

The motorsport television program available also on the web

06 April 2014

Double for de Nyck Vries at Imola

Koiranen GP driver takes it all in the first round of F.Renault 2.0 ALPS

16 April 2014

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior keeps rolling

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior project keeps rolling. The decision to postpone the start of the 2014 Season is only due to the willingness of allowing the teams to set at their best for the new Renault Sport Series to be run by Fast Lane Promotion.

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior will thus regularly be on track, keeping all its prerogatives. High quality for a technologically advanced and extremely safe car meant for those 16 year old and above. The Series will be low cost and thus allow youngsters to learn the basics of race driving before climbing up the motorsport ladder.

All of this through the Renault Sport involvement in motorsport, with the French Manufacturer that could grant an ideal learning process all the way to F1 via the Formula Renault 2.0, the F.Renault 3.5, and the Formula 3 (Series in which Renault made its comeback this year). [...]

13 April 2014

Imola round goes on On-Race TV

The Imola round of Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS, Clio Cup Italia will be broadcasted tonight, Sunday 13, at 10pm, on On-Race Tv - the motorsport dedicated program - available live also on the web at http://www.odeontv.net/ and http://www.on-race.tv/.

06 April 2014

Double for de Nyck Vries at Imola

A perfect weekend, the Imola one, for Nyck de Vries. On the Santerno track, the Dutch racing for Koiranen GP opened in the best possible way the 2014 Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS season, taking pole and winning both races. On Saturday he ruled race 1 from the very beginning, on Sunday the schedule was pretty much the same.

Second overall is Bruno Bonifacio. The Prema Brazilian, in Imola as wild card and thus not collecting Championship points, preceded the young French Simon Gachet (Arta Engineering) yesterday capable of his first ever podium in the 2 liters series. Still fourth Jack Aitken, the best among the Fortec Motorsports drivers, behind whom finished respectively Hans Villemi and the Brit Sebastien Morris. Seventh the Singaporian Andrew Tang, with Dennis Olsen, George Russell and Anthoine Hubert for the top ten.

THE REPORT. In pole, as for Race 1, there is still de Vries. The Dutch defends his position at the start from Bonifacio and Gachet. During the first lap Bonifacio ends up a bit wide at Rivazza and the French slips by, with Aitken that takes the tail of Bonifacio. Out Leclerc. De Vries increases his margin while at lap five Bonifacio strikes back and is once more second. In the meantime Parry collects a drive through. No more changes in the top positions and for de Vries the second win of the weekend is a piece of cake...

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13 April 2014

Imola round goes on On-Race TV

The motorsport television program available also on the web

06 April 2014

Double for de Nyck Vries at Imola

Koiranen GP driver takes it all in the first round of F.Renault 2.0 ALPS

05 April 2014

Nyck De Vries (Koiranen Gp) takes first win of the season in Imola’s Race 1

Dutch driver won Race 1 starting from pole-position

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS JUNIOR

16 April 2014

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior keeps rolling

Quality, safety and low costs for the new Fast Lane Promotion's Series

03 February 2014

Formula Renault 1.6 ALPS Junior has arrived

"New low-cost series to aim for the future"