Despite news about their car launch being delayed, Cheema FV Racing have revealed the new Imad-02 to the public today at their factory in Dublin, as part of a small event.
AMR have today confirmed that 2019 drivers Finn Schnyder and Dmitry Kovalenko have retained their roles for 2020, as per contractual agreements.
Neither driver was immediately reached for comment, opting instead to concentrate on their simulator work ahead of the testing schedule.
AMR, who have remained quiet in the realm of the 2020 season, are looking to move on from two difficult seasons as backmarkers, with the modest aim of "a few points" stated as their future target.
"We've been a bit cagey lately, as we're hella busy behind the scenes getting stuff sorted," offered Team Principal Adrian Arnello, one third of the AMR owner trio. "Suffice to say, we're working hard, and a few points this season would be a nice payoff for all the effort back here."
When quizzed about the 2020 challenger, Arnello replied with "simple and clean."
Dearborn, Michigan – Ford and its brand Motorcraft are understood to have increased their involvement in Formula Virtual both technically and sponsorship wise.
North Star Racing have officially unveiled their Formula Virtual car for the 2020 season, dubbed the NS-05.
Ingram recently invited FV Weekly, among others, to an event which promised to change the way viewed Ingram. We couldn't turn down that opportunity and sent David Ecclestone to find out more.
Arrow Mechanics agree two year deal with ROKiT Phones as their title sponsor.
Charlotte, North Carolina -- FIRST Motorsport have confirmed that Stefan Klien will continue as the team's Formula Virtual test driver for 2020.
Klien has competed in VWRS for the last 3 seasons, finishing 5th, 2nd, and 2nd in 2017, 2018, and 2019 respectively. The young Austrian has also served as FIRST's test and reserve driver the the past two seasons, meaning that 2020 will be his third season in a reserve role. Klien is not eligible to compete in VWRS for 2020 and has not found a seat elsewhere, so as of right now it appears that his FV reserve gig will be his only driving activity this year.
As the 2020 Formula Virtual season approaches, the Scuderia Meteor team are one going through major changes. Today they launched their first car under the new ownership. The car launch, which took place in a warehouse on a temporary site owned by the Caliri family near Ancona’s port, was attended by a group of Formula V media and reporters.
A press conference was this morning held at the base of Formula Virtual team Phoenix, in Greater Manchester, England, where details were revealed regarding the new investor who saved the team from folding, as well as more information on the XXX Energy sponsorship.
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