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Charlie Eastwood from karting to Car racing

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Charlie and his career from Karting to racing in the WEC, Blancpain and VLN series.

WEC SPA 2018 photos from Paul Foster

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See Spa thru the lens of Paul Foster at the SPA WEC 2018

Knockhill 6/5/18 Meeting (Reverse Direction)

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This was an interesting meeting for me as I had never seen Knockhill run in reverse, anti-clockwise direction. It turns out the circuit provides great racing in either direction, and provides some variety for the season for both competitors and spectators.

RNW Exclusive – Molly Helmuth Interview

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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.

RNW Exclusive – Patrick Dussault Interview

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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.

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    Frédéric Vasseur, CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG and Team Principal of Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team:“Simone Resta has the best profile to take on the role of Technical Director. His arrival at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team marks a significant step ahead of a long term project that aims at strengthening the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team in order to achieve ambitious results.”

    2018 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – Race – Sunday

    This weekend’s hard work by the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team in Monaco was seen during today’s race with both drivers delivering a consistent and strong performance. On the demanding city track of Monte Carlo, the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team drivers were fighting in the midfield, with Charles Leclerc in P12 followed closely behind Marcus Ericsson in P13. They were managing the race well with a solid pace when, just a few laps before the chequered flag was waved, Charles Leclerc had to retire following a collision with the car ahead (Brendon Hartley) caused by a brake disc issue on his car. Marcus Ericsson made his way forward step-by-step, ultimately finishing the Monaco Grand Prix in P11.

    2018 Monaco Grand Prix – Thursday

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    Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix – Practice – Friday

    The Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team has completed the first day of free practice sessions at the Circuit de Monaco ahead of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix. It was the first time for Monegasque rookie, Charles Leclerc, to experience the streets of his hometown in the cockpit of a Formula 1 car. It was a productive day for Marcus Ericsson as well. Both drivers worked in preparation for the race on the city circuit of Monaco where the track layout is particularly challenging for the team; despite the track demands with high levels of downforce, they are optimistic for tomorrow’s sessions, with the gaps between all competitors being very close.

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      PORSCHE HEADS INTO SECOND HALF OF THE IMSA SEASON AS POINTS LEADER

      A fortnight after winning the 24-hour classic at Le Mans, Porsche takes on the next challenge in the USA: The six-hour race at Watkins Glen on 1 July heralds the start of the second half of the IMSA SportsCar Championship season. At the traditional race in the U.S. state of New York, the Porsche GT Team fields two Porsche 911 RSR in the strongly represented GTLM class. After scoring victories at Sebring and Mid-Ohio, Porsche leads the manufacturers’ classification of America’s premier sports car series. In addition to the long-distance races at Daytona, Sebring and Petit Le Mans, Watkins Glen, too, counts towards the North American Endurance Cup. Porsche currently ranks second in the toughest and most important performance and reliability category in GT racing worldwide.

      SUZUKA BRACED FOR BIGGEST BLANCPAIN GT SERIES ASIA ENTRY OF THE SEASON

      A season-high 31 supercars travel to Suzuka this weekend (June 30-July 1) for the first leg of Blancpain GT Series Asia’s Japanese double header.

      FLYING LIZARD RETURNS TO THE PODIUM AT GRAND PRIX OF ROAD AMERICA

      Sunday afternoon at the Pirelli World Challenge Grand Prix of Road America, GTSA driver Mike Hedlund scored a third place finish, earning the 95th podium for Flying Lizard Motorsports. The No. 45 Audi R8 LMS GT4 drove to his fourth podium finish of the year, leading the team’s three car charge in the double header weekend.

      HANSON DETERMINED TO SCORE SECOND CONSECUTIVE U.S. TOP-FIVE

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      THE LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO EUROPE OFFERS ANOTHER SHOW AT MISANO

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