The fleet of Ferrari-powered A1GP cars is set to race again this year in South Africa as a lead-in to a pan-African series in 2020/21.
First here as indicated. Top source.
AFRIX GP, which purchased 21 of the second-generation A1 Grand Prix cars nearly four years ago, is pushing ahead with plans to launch an African series for the cars after securing new investment.
The group is aiming to hold two or three events between December and next March, which will include races at Kyalami, before the launch of what it is billing as the African Cup of Nations.
AFRIX first started testing with two of the cars in December 2015 and initially intended to kick off the series in 2016/17.
AFRIX commercial director Alan Eve told Motorsport.com: “It has been a long and tough road to find the right operating capital to launch the series.
Check out this next one:
Mexican Grand Prix practice: Max Verstappen fastest after damp start The stars to see at Autosport International 2019 Drivers past and present from F1, WEC, WRC and BTCC among others set to appear
Giorgio Piola launches SHIFT Collection on Kickstarter A Formula 1-inspired timepiece ‘ designed by tech-drawing legend Giorgio Piola ‘ can be yours for as little as $315
Ranking Michael Schumacher’s F1 cars As part of Autosport’s celebration of the seven-time world champion’s career on his 50th birthday, we attempted to rank all 20 of his F1 cars
Publisher: Autosport.com Author: Edd Straw Twitter: @autosport
Highlights Race 2 – Road racing Videos Motorsport Network’s Julia Piquet Reports on the Red Bull Rookies Cup Race 2 from the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria
BTS: Robbie Maddison’s Massive Dirtbike Ski Jump | On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter – Other bike Videos