Articles tagged Adam Carroll

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NASCAR Kasey Kahne took back-to-back wins at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, with victory in the All-Star Challenge and the Coca Cola 600. Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race. Busch won his fourth Sprint Cup Series race of 2008 at Dover. Scott Speed scored his first stock car win at Dover in the Craftsman Truck Series and took pole for the ARCA race at Pocono. GP2 Bruno Senna put the family name back on...

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MotoGP Toni Elias has had a screw removed from his femur, while Sete Gibernau has undergone collar bone surgery and John Hopkins has had supportive plates removed from his left leg. All the operations were a success. * World Champion Valentino Rossi finished the final test of the season at Jerez at the top of the time sheets on board the 2009 Yamaha M1. IRL Honda Performance Development has made...

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BTCC New team Tempus Sport tested James Thompson in a 2008-spec Chevrolet Lacetti at Estoril and has expressed interest in signing the Brit for this season. n BTC Racing has confirmed its withdrawal and sold its pair of SEAT Toledos to Maxtreme. WRC International Sportsworld Communicators has signed a 10-year contract to promote the series, starting from 2010. NASCAR Richard Petty Motorsports has...

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Simon Taylor's Notebook

Feeder formulae: some names make it to the F1 peak, others disappear without trace. But the racing is always close The first GP2 races at Imola were a qualified success. One highlight was British F3 graduate Adam Carroll, who showed real promise and won the second race. GP2 has replaced Formula 3000 as the Ecclestone-backed feeder for F1 and, like its predecessor, aims to seek out true talent by...

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BRDC Gold Star

Points as at June 22, 2009 1. Jenson Button Formula 1 185pts Despite finishing ‘only’ sixth at the British Grand Prix, Button has taken the lead from Adam Carroll, since the Irishman’s racing exploits have come to an end after the A1GP season. Unless Mark Webber can start beating him – never mind team-mate Vettel – it’s hard to see anyone else challenging the man from Frome. 2. Adam Carroll...

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The World Cup keeps turning

Cancelled races, recession, swine flu… all have affected A1GP, the unique World Cup of Motor Sport. But none of this, it seems, will halt its progress by Rob Widdows The Irish commentator was beside himself with excitement, almost choking on a surge of national pride. The Irish racing driver, arms aloft, was shouting with joy as he crossed the line. He’d worked hard for this. A frenzy of Irish...


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