Under typical British summer skies, Infinity drivers were out showcasing their talents once again this weekend, on the best of British tracks. From the Thruxton to Silverstone, the British F4 and F3 guys were putting in some strong podium performances.
Today proved to be the realisation of a childhood dream for Renault Sport Academy driver Max Fewtrell, as he was given the opportunity to drive a Renault Formula 1 car, in a closed test session at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Taking to the familiar track, Max’s run aboard the Renault R.S.17, as driven by Nico Hülkenberg, Jolyon Palmer and Carlos Sainz during the 2017 season, comes off the back of his strong success and hard work in his formative career.
The first weekend of August is over and the Infinity drivers performed well on their way to important wins, podiums and points finishes across Europe. Join us as we take a look at what happened in England, Germany and Hungary.
This weekend saw one the most challenging 24 hour races in recent history, as the Blancpain GT field tackled the 24 Hours of Spa under treacherous conditions. In a wet-washed race littered with safety cars and red flag periods, Infinity Driver, Charlie Eastwood proved his talents, taking victory in GT AM Class alongside his teammates. Charlie’s team success, from a pit lane start, was the first 24 hour victory for TF Sport and the first ever class win for Aston Martin Racing.
The heart of the Ardennes forest in Belgium, sits the infamous 7km ribbon of tarmac, which has played host to some of the most exciting racing in motorsport history. This month welcomes our roster of talented GT drivers to the Spa-Francorchamps track, from racing debuts to 24 hour endurance events, this special place always provides a rewarding challenge.
This weekend welcomes one of the highlights on the motorsport calendar, the British Grand Prix. Always revered as a favourite for drivers and fans alike, this year is no exception as we gear up to support our squad of Infinity Drivers, who take to the track in front of a sell-out crowd...
From the thrills of Thruxton and spills of Snetterton, to the pouring rain in Pau, it was a challenging weekend for Infinity drivers, but that didn’t stop them collecting a healthy haul of pole positions and silverware. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…
It’s been an action-packed few weeks in paddocks across Europe, with impressive fight backs in both single-seater and GT racing. Dicing with the weather from Spa-Francorchamps to Vallelunga, we enjoyed some thrilling efforts from our squad of talented drivers last weekend.
After a long winter, this weekend saw the British F4 grid take to the track for the season opener at Brands Hatch. Sebastian Alvarez certainly made his title intentions known as he earned a maiden victory and a hat-trick of podiums, kicking off his championship campaign in style.
In just his second season of endurance racing, Charlie Eastwood’s efforts have been recognised by Aston Martin Racing, who today confirm his new status as AMR Junior within the racing division.
Infinity Sports Management are delighted to welcome reigning BRDC British Formula 3 champion Linus Lundqvist to their growing roster of talented young driver talent. Ahead of the 2019 season, Infinity are excited to announce that the Swedish driver, will contest the Euroformula Open series, together with Double R Racing. Joining the team with whom he claimed his title victory last year, Linus will mount his attack on the title, in the F3-based series.
Infinity Sports Management are proud to announce Frank Bird will join Arden for his third season in Formula Renault Eurocup in 2019. Hot off the back of a sensational victory at the Dubai 24 hours event earlier this year, Frank joins the British team alongside Patrik Pasma and Sebastian Fernandez, for the new-look championship season.