• ROUND 8 - FRENCH GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 8 - FRENCH GRAND PRIX

    Round 8 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France. Read More
  • MONTERO RETURNS TO WINNING WAYS

    MONTERO RETURNS TO WINNING WAYS

    Ezequiel Montero has returned to winning ways after edging Cory Mackey to victory in Montreal. Read More
  • ROUND 7 - CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 7 - CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 7 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada. Read More
  • ANGELONE GETS A HATTRICK IN MONACO

    ANGELONE GETS A HATTRICK IN MONACO

    Osvaldo Angelone left the Circuit de Monaco with a hattrick after obtaining the Pole Position, Read More
  • ROUND 6 - MONACO GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 6 - MONACO GRAND PRIX

    Round 6 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Circuit de Monaco in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Read More
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Round 8 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France.

Ezequiel Montero has returned to winning ways after edging Cory Mackey to victory in Montreal. The Argentinian had to settle for second during qualifying after Osvaldo Angelone grabbed his third Pole Position of the season. Angelone's run would end prematurely before the start of the race when his Red Bull was hit with an electronics issue that the team could not fix in time before the green light. Montero inherited the Pole Position from Angelone and that also meant Mackey would move up to the front row. The start of the race gave us a fierce fight between Mackey and Montero for the lead on the run down to turn 1 with Mackey slightly ahead, but it was Montero who ended up holding his place and never let it go. The Renault driver held the lead for 65 laps while Mackey was always close behind just finishing the race in second by a mere 7 tenths of a second behind. Third place was up for grabs during the entire race with a four-way fight between Ivan Georgiev, Richard Haynie, Argenis Riera, and Richard Walcott. Everybody was cheering for Haynie when he found himself in third and with a good chance of finishing in that position, but a late mistake on his final pit-stop saw him speeding in the pit-lane and that meant an automatic 10-second stop/go penalty which ultimately cost him the podium. At the end of the race, it was the second Ferrari driver, Ivan Georgiev, who secured yet another podium finish. Argenis Riera finally obtained a good result finishing just half a second behind Georgiev.

Montero has now reduced his gap to Mackey on the Drivers Championship to just 11 points while Georgiev moved again up to third after having dropped momentarily to fifth. On the Teams Championship, Ferrari once again had a double-podium finish extending their lead to Renault to 54 points. The Italian team certainly look set to clinch their first title in SRHF1's history.

We will now travel back to Europe and return to French soil with the SRHF1 2018 French Grand Prix from the Circuit Paul Ricard, a new track for everyone. Who will end up with Pole Position? Who will top the podium? Stay tuned to find out in two weeks time.

Osvaldo Angelone left the Circuit de Monaco with a hattrick after obtaining the Pole Position, the race win, and the fastest lap. The Red Bull driver had to endure a tough first half of the race when Ezequiel Montero managed to sneak past him early in the race. The Argentinian led 30 laps until an unfortunate collision lapping Otto Acosta just after the pit entrance forced him to do a full lap without a front-wing. This handed Angelone the race lead which he never let go until the checkered flag. Richard Walcott secured another podium with a second place finish while Ezequiel Montero, with a broken car, managed to crawl back up to third. Championship leaders Ferrari left the race with just a 20th place finish when Adam Freitas was forced to retire from an electronics issue with only 3 laps in. Cory Mackey, the Drivers Championship leader, had to sit out this race due to his first son being born, congratulations to him and his family!

Round 7 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.

Round 6 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Circuit de Monaco in Monte-Carlo, Monaco.