June 28th, 2019197
Just days after he stepped into the top three in the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship New Zealand driver Marcus Armstrong is ready to tackle the Red Bull Ring in round three of the championship.
Last weekend Armstrong put in two sensational drives to rise from fourth to third in the points table as his team locked out all three top...
June 24th, 2019226
New Zealand driver Marcus Armstrong is a step closer
to the lead in the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship after the second round, held
during the French Grand Prix weekend at the Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet.
It was a bruising affair for the young Kiwi.
Race one didn’t go as planned. Having qualified well,
he dashed forward...
June 19th, 2019209
Nelson’s Greg Winn took a popular victory in the Mainland Challenge endurance race at West Melton south-west of Christchurch.
The 250 km enduro was the second day of racing after a chilly day of stadium heats at West Melton on Saturday; the stadium almost put paid to Winn’s racing after a crash damaged his front suspension.
June 13th, 2019198
Christchurch offroad competitor Jacob Brownlees is racing against the clock this week to complete repairs to his new car in time to contest this weekend’s round of the national championship, the Mainland Challenge.
A fortnight ago Brownlees damaged the Chevrolet LS3 engine in his Aceco race car as he made his fourth attempt at...
May 27th, 2019918
The second round of the 2019 New Zealand Offroad Racing Championship, the Woodhill 100, has attracted a record field of the spectacular ‘unlimited’ class one race cars in an entry that shot past 70 cars last week and could reach the limit of 100. The race will reward some and shatter the dreams of any who underestimate its...
May 13th, 2019198
third place in the opening race of the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship
followed by fifth in the partial reverse grid race two have delivered
Marcus Armstrong a solid fourth position on the championship points
Armstrong and his Prema team-mates set the pace all weekend against some of the most talented rising race drivers...
May 12th, 2019272
Qualify well, place well: Marcus Armstrong made sure of third overall in the opening race of the 2019 FIA Formula 3 campaign in Spain today.
Lundgaard had started second, trying to overtake Armstrong’s team-mate
Richard Shwartzman and lead until Armstrong joined the battle.
At the second corner, as Shwartzman...
May 10th, 2019191
A bigger, faster, heavier car awaits New Zealander Marcus Armstrong as he starts his 2019 FIA Formula 3 campaign in Spain this weekend.
With more power and speed and more aerodynamic grip comes an adjustment for each driver in the championship – braking points into corners are different, the ‘feel’ of the car as downforce...
April 23rd, 2019756
round of the 2019 New Zealand Offroad Racing Championship started with a
bang for racer Karl Fenton, who won the opening heat for unlimited
class race cars in spectacular fashion driving his immaculate Concrete
Motorsports Jimco Chevrolet two-seater.
the lead at the green light, Fenton simply drove away...
April 12th, 2019288New Zealand racer Marcus Armstrong has been inducted to exclusive driver management organisation All Road Management (ARM), which has strong expertise across the premier levels of motor racing. All Road Management was established in 2003 by Nicolas Todt to help rising race drivers achieve their career goals. ARM offers its drivers the...
January 26th, 2019350Christchurch teen race driver Marcus Armstrong has taken a 5-point lead in the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series.
After two southern rounds, Armstrong arrived at this weekend’s Hampton Downs event tied on points with Pukekohe’s Liam Lawson. Though Lawson won yesterday’s 20 lap race – a ‘make-up’ for one postponed due...
January 22nd, 2019269With two rounds and four races locked away, Christchurch driver Marcus Armstrong has clawed his way back to the front of the points table.
He won the first race at round two of the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series, maintaining a clean sweep of Kiwi winners across all four races to date. With the Sunday races at Teretonga postponed...
January 19th, 2019390Christchurch driver Marcus Armstrong has won the first race at round two of the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series, maintaining a clean sweep of Kiwi winners across all four races to date.
Race wins at last weekend’s opening round went to Liam Lawson and Invercargill’s Brendon Leitch, but it was Marcus Armstrong who took the...