In December 2017, the Formula RP1 Benelux series was announced in The Netherlands and Belgium. The new series would be easier payable by drivers, who all would drive with similar cars, every race the driver would change from team and race engineer. All drivers would be threatened equally. In 2018, the series would make its debut; quickly it was rescheduled for 2019. It is 2019, but what happened? While Max
Eind 2017 werd de Formule RP1 Benelux series aangekondigd in Nederland en België. De Formule RP1 zou een betaalbare eenheidsklasse moeten zijn waarbij elke coureur de beschikking had over dezelfde wagen, en elke race verwisselde van team/race engineer om zo iedereen gelijke kansen te laten behouden. In 2018 zou de klasse haar debuut maken op het circuit, echter werden de pijlen al snel op 2019 gericht, maar waar is de
Probably you never heard of the Formula BRL championship. It isn’t that strange you haven’t. The Formula BRL was a formula series, which would become part of the Benelux Racing League. The BRL existed out of several series. Such as the BRL Light and the BRL V6 series. Both series were touringcar series. Entrepreneur Harry Maessen established the Benelux Racing League in 2004 as the successor of the Vege Series.
It has been said multiple times in the history of Formula One. An alternative championship for the Formula One. A good example for this was the GP1 Series Flavio Briatore announced already in 2006, before he came with concrete plans in 2012. To be honest I would support an alternative championship. Why I would support a rival championship for the Formula One? Since day one I’m not a fan of
The EUROLights series was an attempt to create an oval racing series in Europe. During the late 1990s and early 2000s CART and IRL became very popular in Europe. This interest culminated in 2001 when CART visited EuroSpeedway Lausitz in Germany, and Rockingham in Britain. The Rockingham 500, held in September 2001 was won by Gil de Ferran, and a few weeks later plans to have an oval open wheel
Over time, many people have wondered - what if you could combine motorsport and football in some way? Well, this is an idea as old as the first car race in 1894, and there have been several attempts to make the idea work since then but most were not serious enough. But Premier 1 Grand Prix came close. Close enough that they were ready for their very first season in