Author: Fortec

The first race of the weekend saw Jehan Daruvala take to the podium in a well-deserved third place. Callan O'Keeffe, starting in fifth, was able to gain a position in the race duration while Alex Gill closely followed, starting in fourth and also moving up...

Dan Ticktum began the first race of the weekend in seventh. Newcomer, Toby Sowery started off in eleventh closely followed by Josh Smith in twelfth. Unfortunately, Sowery's debut race with the team was short lived after spinning off in the second lap. Coming to rest...

This weekend saw the FIA Formula Three championship take to the Italian circuit of Monza. Fittipaldi, with the presence of his grandfather, Emerson Fittipaldi, enjoyed a more successful weekend and made the rookie podium in third after Saturday's result. Fittipaldi started the first race in...

This weekend's races at Spa proved successful for Fortec drivers. After qualifying in pole, Barnicoat acquired a penalty, pushing him further back to start in fifth. O'Keeffe closely followed, commencing in sixth. Habsburg started the race in fourteenth while Chudleigh was able to make significant gains...

The first race of the weekend at Spa saw a delayed start after an extra formation lap was needed to remove the AVF driver Celis, who blocked on the starting grid. Following a victory in Monaco last week, Jazeman Jaafar, after starting in third, claimed...

This weekend, Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup took on Fortec's home circuit of Silverstone, resulting in a podium finish for South African, Callan O'Keeffe. The first race of the weekend saw a number of battles take place throughout the grid. Starting in third, O'Keeffe...

Jazeman Jaafar dominated the Formula Renault 3.5 race in Monaco, making it his maiden win in Monaco. Oliver Rowland had an incredible drive, battling back up through the grid to sixth place after a first lap pit stop. Having finished on the podium on his last...

Though only two of the four Fortec drivers were able to contest in this weekend's races, Pau nonetheless proved a progressive circuit for drivers Matt Rao and Martin Cao. Pau is notoriously challenging street circuit, parts of which are extremely fast and others tight...

The first race of the weekend saw a great number of safety cars deployed. Matt Rao enjoyed a progressive race, impressively gaining thirteen positions; moving from twenty-ninth to sixteenth. Pietro Fittipaldi also had a successful first lap after progressing from twenty-forth to twentieth. After a...