Micheal Grenier third with Winward Racing at Monza

MIXED CONDITIONS AND A MULTITUDE OF TIRE PUNCTURES MADE THE THREE HOUR RACE SUSPENSEFUL ALL ALONG Michael Grenier has returned to Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe for the Endurance Cup calendar in the Silver class with Winward Racing this weekend at Monza, Italy. This morning saw the three drivers each qualify with their best lap. An average is then taking of the three laps to … Continue reading Micheal Grenier third with Winward Racing at Monza

Canadian Mikaël Grenier secures second place in International GT Open championship

GRENIER ENDS THE SEASON WITH A POLE AND PODIUM FINIISH AT AUTODROMO NAZIONALE MONZA TO HELP EMIL FREY RACING WIN THE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP This past weekend was the last round of the International GT Open championship and in the days leading to the Monza weekend the Emil Frey Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO squad were concerned with the top speed of rivals McLaren 720s at a … Continue reading Canadian Mikaël Grenier secures second place in International GT Open championship

Italian GP race a tough pill to swallow for Lance Stroll

 “WE SHOULD HAVE SCORED POINTS TODAY.” LANCE STROLL In the most bizarre scene witnessed as of late in F1 yesterday in Q3 where Lance Stroll had a good chance at maximizing his starting position for the race and where eight of the nine cars were denied their last lap effort as they crossed the start line when the clock had run out, Lance Stroll started … Continue reading Italian GP race a tough pill to swallow for Lance Stroll

Frustrating weekend for Latifi at Monza ending Race 2 in 10th place

“WE MISSED A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP.” NICHOLAS LATIFI In contention for a podium finish in the feature race Saturday, Latifi could not avoid contact and finish 13th having to stop for new front wing. Starting 13th for Race 2 proved to be a difficult task to get a good amount of points especially when championship rival Nyck De Vries was starting ahead. … Continue reading Frustrating weekend for Latifi at Monza ending Race 2 in 10th place

Nicholas Latifi denied possible podium finish at Monza

HAVING STARTED IN SIXTH PLACE HAD MADE EARLY PIT STOP AND WAS IN FOURTH PLACE WHEN IT ALL WENT SOUR Championship leader Nyck DeVries had qualified in fourth place but then was disqualified following a fuel infringement. This meant he had to start form the rear of the grid giving a great opportunity for Canadian Nicholas Latifi to score precious points so to close the gap … Continue reading Nicholas Latifi denied possible podium finish at Monza