Molly Helmuth is a very inspiring young lady. After hanging out at the track as a young girl, Molly quickly discovered that she had a passion for racing. At eleven years old, she started competing in karting. Eventually, she moved into stock car racing. Currently, Molly competes in the Super Late model stock car racing series. As a talented driver who is also very focused on giving back, she wishes to inspire young drivers to get involved and set an example on and off the track. RNW Chief Editor, Charles Côté, recently talked with Molly about her journey and what the future might have in store for her.
Patrick Dussault is a talented young driver currently competing in Porsche GT3 Cup Platinum Canada. Following a successful open-wheel career that lead him to go race in England, Patrick has moved on to sports car racing. Dussault is very focused when it comes to racing and is excited to see what motorsports have in store for him. He is currently racing for Lauzon Autosports. RNW Chief Editor, Charles Côté, recently talked with Patrick about his journey and what is to come in 2018.
A new Formula One season is just around the corner. With the Australian Grand Prix just a few days away, no one can predict how the 2018 season will turn out. Following all the new car launches and the Barcelona pre-season tests, we have gained insight on how the new season may play out.
L.P. Dumoulin is an accomplished driver having raced in many race series, now he races in the Pinty's Nascar Series and is hoping to win another championship in 2018, he had a bit of spare time to answer our interview.
Following his first karting win at just nine years old, Roman De Angelis has never looked back. The young Canadian driver has had a very successful career so far. At just sixteen years old, Roman has been named rookie of the year in his debut F1600 season, won the 2017 Porsche GT3 gold cup challenge Canada and finished third in the GT3 gold cup challenge USA. On January 6, Roman won the inaugural IMSA LMP3 prototype challenge presented by Mazda at Daytona International Speedway.
Taking over from Kris Wright at the 47 min mark, Morad was on a mission to get to the front. inching down the time difference at the flag to less than 30 seconds to the lead with an impressive charge to take 3rd place in front of Hanratty.