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A1 Grand Prix Sprint Race Results

A1 Team France have been crowned World Champions, winners of the first World Cup of Motorsport after finishing second in an exciting A1 Grand Prix of Nations Sprint race at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. As the Teams head into the Feature race, the fight is now on for valuable championship points as four A1 Teams battle for third place. Read More »

Four-Way Battle For Third Place

A1 Team France may well wrap up the inaugural A1 Grand Prix series at Laguna Seca today, providing they can outscore A1 Team Switzerland, but it's the battle for third place overall that looks primed to provide the fireworks. Read More »

A1 Grand Prix in Monterrey, Mexico

The second clean start of the weekend meant all the cars made it round the first lap. As is quite often the case, many of the teams pitted early for their mandatory pit stop with race leader France first in and executing a trouble-free stop in 51.3 seconds. Much to the disappointment of the local fans, A1 Team Mexico was not able to take part in the opening laps as their mechanics were still repairing the damage after the Sprint race incident and the leaders completed four laps before Mexico joined the field. Read More »

A1 Grand Prix Qualifying Results and Sprint Race Grid in Monterey, Mexico

A1 Team South Africa has taken its first pole position in the World Cup of Motorsport recording an aggregate time nearly one second faster than series' leader France. In an exciting climax to the afternoon's sessions, Stephen Simpson snatched pole in the dying seconds, setting the fastest lap of the day with a time of 1.22.078 in the fourth segment. Read More »

A1 Team Canada Fought Their Way From Back Of The Grid To Win

A1 Team Canada fought their way from back of the grid to win the A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Sentul Circuit, Indonesia giving them their first win of the season. In front of a packed grandstand of 32,000 spectators, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and government representatives including the Ministers for Sport and Tourism, A1 Grand Prix laid on a spectacular race, action-packed from start to finish. Read More »

A1 Grand Prix Of Nations, Durban, South Africa – Sprint Race Results

The A1 cars sped off the grid a little later than scheduled this afternoon after crowds in a restricted area forced A1 Race Director, Tim Schenken to delay the start. Excitement built in the packed grandstands which currently line the streets of Durban and as the pace car pulled off for the race's rolling start, the action began immediately. Read More »