News
  • Artem win in Jerez!

    10/08/2017

    Artem win in Jerez! Official press release

    Read more Artem Markelov scored his fourth F2 victory of the 2017 season with a fine blend of tyre conservation and aggressive driving to take the chequered flag almost 12s clear of Nicholas Latifi, whose DAMS team mate Oliver Rowland finished third. Luca Ghiotto, who started from the front row of the grid, was taken off at Turn 2 by contact with Jordan King but drove a fabulous recovery race, which included a tyre stop, to finish fourth, right with the DAMS pair.
  • P5 and P7 in first Jerez race

    10/07/2017

    P5 and P7 in first Jerez race Official press release

    Read more Both Artem Markelov and Luca Ghiotto had unfortunate races for different reasons in the penultimate feature race of the 2017 F2 Championship at Jerez, Spain, but emerged with fifth and seventh places respectively.
  • Jerez quali: Ghiotto P2, Markelov P5

    10/06/2017

    Jerez quali: Ghiotto P2, Markelov P5 Official press release

    Read more The penultimate round of the 2017 F2 Championship has started well for Russian Time at Jerez, in Spain, with Luca Ghiotto (1m24.942s) qualifying on the front row alongside pole position man Charles Leclerc (1m24.682s). Team mate Artem Markelov (1m25.422s) is also among the pace-setters and lines up fifth for tomorrow’s feature event.
  • Luca Ghiotto wins in Monza race 2!

    09/03/2017

    Luca Ghiotto wins in Monza race 2! Official press release

    Read more After Luca Ghiotto suffered the disappointment of losing his Saturday Feature race win to a midnight stewards’ decision adding five seconds to his race time,  relegating him to fourth, he hit back in great style to win the Monza Sprint race from fifth on the grid. Team mate Artem Markelov also got himself up with the top six, before falling back down to 15th with a damaged front wing.
  • Update: Luca Ghiotto gets P4 in Monza

    09/02/2017

    Update: Luca Ghiotto gets P4 in Monza Official press release

    Read more Luca Ghiotto scored Russian Time’s second successive feature race victory after a dramatic race at Monza. It was the 22-year-old Italian’s first feature race victory after he won last year’s Sepang Sprint race and finished runner-up in the main races at both Barcelona and Spa this year. Team mate Artem Markelov finished 10th after contact while trying to take the lead at Turn 1.
  • Monza Quali

    09/01/2017

    Monza Quali Official press release

    Read more Russian Time drivers Artem Markelov (1m31.266s) and Luca Ghiotto (1m31.529s) will start fourth and 11th on the grid respectively in tomorrow’s Monza F2 feature race.

    It was a strange day at the famous Autodromo, with Artem and Luca first and second in free practice, both drivers setting quicker times on the prime tyre in that session than they managed in qualifying on the softer option rubber! They were not the only ones to experience the phenomenon, with championship leader Charles Leclerc suffering  the same thing and qualifying seventh. Pole position  was claimed by Nobuharu Matsushita (1m30.982s), ahead of Nyck De Vries (1m31.071s) and Louis Deletraz (1m31.239s)


Subscribe
Subscribe