View profile

The day karter Luca Corberi went mad: ‘It ended up in the New York Times’

The day karter Luca Corberi went mad: ‘It ended up in the New York Times’
By F1 Feeder Series • Issue #37 • View online
Hi y'all!
I won’t keep you long because there’s a whole new podcast to listen to! We invited Alister Yoong on to talk about the new Alpine Academy, FRAC, F4 UAE and of course Caitlyn Jenner’s entry into W Series.
We also have some amazing articles for you, all our own reporting.
Take your pick and have fun listening!
Team F1 Feeder Series

Alpine Academy, Paul Aron is back & W Series (with Alister Yoong) | F1FS Podcast #4
Listen here! 👇
The day karter Luca Corberi went mad: ‘It ended up in the New York Times’
It’s probably one of the craziest moments in karting ever, the day that karting driver Luca Corberi took his bumper and threw it in front of the upcoming karting traffic to try and hit an opponent. The brawl that ensued after between family members and the drivers only made it worse. Jake Sanson was commentating that day and gives us his account.
The modern values of Italian F4’s Maffi Racing: ‘We want women to compete for us’
In the first ever Grand Prix, held in 1906 in France, the field was made up of 35 drivers: all male, all white and all rich. More than 100 years later, not much has changed: the sport has been slow to boost diversity and inclusion heading into the 21st century. Maffi Racing, a new Formula 4 team from Switzerland, hope to give the European single-seater scene a push on that front. F1 Feeder Series spoke to the team’s managing director Alexandre Thouvenin about their plans for the upcoming years.
Paul Aron is back: 5 takeaways from FRAC Round 4 at Dubai
With just one weekend of FRAC remaining, we are seeing some drivers turn their fortunes around. Arthur Leclerc maintains his consistency and extends his championship lead over Spanish rookie Pepe Martí. Meanwhile, the Mumbai Falcons continue to look quick and motor towards their inaugural teams’ championship. With Round 4 being the final time that we’ll see FRAC race at the Dubai Autodrome this season, here are five points of interest from the weekend’s action.
2022 Alpine Academy: what we can expect
The Alpine Academy has undergone a drastic overhaul in 2022. Victor Martins and Caio Collet are the only two drivers staying, which means Alpine have said goodbye to Formula 2 champion Oscar Piastri and Christian Lundgaard who’s IndyCar-bound. Martins and Collet are joined by F2 rookies Jack Doohan and Olli Caldwell. What can we expect from these talented young guns?
Is the title Charlie Wurz’s to lose? 4 takeaways from F4 UAE Round 4 at Dubai
In the penultimate round of F4 UAE, two usual faces took victories but a surprise pole position spiced up the weekend. There was no streaming of the weekend’s action due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’ so let’s go through the four takeaways from the weekend based on what we know.
Did you enjoy this issue?
F1 Feeder Series

News, opinion, results from racing series leading to F1: F2, F3, F4, Formula Alpine, W Series and more | Run by @FlorisVisman | editorial@f1feederseries.com

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue