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Episode #42 – Formula 2 & GP3 were at Spa and the FIA F3 got soaked on the Adriatic coast

The FIA formula 2 championship and the GP3 Series were recently at Spa-Francorchamps where they started their final leg of the season by seeing the title fights take another turn.

Over at Misano though the FIA F3 drivers were hit by a thunderstorm and rain amid strong drives by a pair of drivers that has thrown themselves into the mix lately.

The British F4 championship saw their title fight grow closer when they visited Scotland while the Indy Lights series experienced an unusual winner on the Gateway oval.

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Episode #41 - A champion was crowned, relentless competitiveness continued, and some new victors.

The Japanese F4 saw some hectic races at Fuji while in Germany a champion was crowned at the Nürburgring.

A pair of British championships saw new drivers on the top step as the F4 teams was at Rockingham while the F3 teams was at Brands Hatch.

The European F3 Championship was also in Britain to race and there we saw a trio of races where no one really came out on top.

The Japanese counterpart moved on Twin Ring Motegi where the title fight started to learn ever further in a drivers direction.

 

Sorry for the poor audio quality at times. Had to move to a backup microphone.

 

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Episode #40 - A whole lotta racing in late July. F2, F3, and more took to the stage.

As Spa hosted multiple series over the past weekends we saw a title favourite firmly emerge in BRDC F3 while FIA F3 continues with tight racing. Formula Renault Eurocup saw fresh faced winners while Renault Sport threw their hat into the Regional F3 ring as F3 Euro Series took another step towards complete revival. The All-Japan F3 Championship ran into some issues though.

Formula 2 and GP3 celebrated the final round before the summer break by contesting some exciting races at the Hungaroring.

Some F4 Championship were in action and they some close racing over the winners trophy more than ones as the German, Italian, British were all in action.

A pair of title contenders firmly but their names in the box when Indy Lights visited Mid-Ohio while Mazda decided to refocus their motorsport strategy.

"Welcome to the Show" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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