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Danish F4 also has Line Sonderskov and Laura Lylloff, but don't have much info on them
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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark, 1m57.016s) was 10th, slowest and some 3s off the pace of teammate Cameron Das (1m53.891s) who was fastest in Euroformula's Paul Ricard test.

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Abbi Pulling (JHR, 1m28.597s) recorded 9th fastest time in the British F4 test on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit. Argentinian Eduardo Coseteng {Argenti, 1m27.908s) was fastest.

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Reema Juffali (Douglas, 1m24.323s) was some 3.3s off the pace of fastest Zak O’Sullivan (Carlin, 1m21.039s) in the British F3 test held at the same time as the previously mentioned F4 test at Brands Hatch.

Both the F3 & F4 tests had a wet track for the morning session and a drying track in the afternoon.

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Padborg Park holds the first round of the Danish F4 championship this weekend with 2 of the 10 entries in the F4 class and 2 of the 6 in the F5 class being female. Remember that the F5 cars are faster than F4 on some tracks (same engine, H pattern gearbox but much lighter).

JuJu Noda returns to the track and F4 after the unpleasant incident at Road Atlanta/subsequent departure from the USA and will race against Laura Lylloff while Millie Hoe returns in F5 where she is joined by Line Sønderskov.

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Any idea what the "unpleasant incident" was?
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Fri May 14, 2021 11:49 am
Any idea what the "unpleasant incident" was?
They had a tweet that talked about withdrawing to deal with external problems. No idea what

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Siao7 wrote:
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Fri May 14, 2021 11:49 am
Any idea what the "unpleasant incident" was?
They had a tweet that talked about withdrawing to deal with external problems. No idea what
Yeah I know, just wondering if Battle has been able to find out more detail.
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Hamda Al Qubaisi (Prema, 2m03.691s) & Maya Weug (Iron Lynx, 2m04.194s) set the 11th and 23rd fastest times (of 37 drivers) at Italian F4's test at Paul Ricard.

Tim Tramnitz (US Racing, 2m02.751s) was fastest with team mate British F4 champion Luke Browning (2m02.751s) 4th. Al Qubaisi was 3/10ths & 1/10th off the pace of team mates Kiril Smal and Sebastien Montoya.

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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark, 1m59.320s) recorded the 12th and slowest time at Euroformula's Paul Ricard test.

She was some 4.7s slower than team mate Jak Crawford who set the pace.

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The first practice session of US F4's 2nd round at Road America saw Chloe Chambers (Future Star, 02:21.351) & Emily Linscott (Kiwi, 02:27.592) set the 2nd & 23rd fastest times behind the palindromically named Noel Leon ( 02:20.250).

Despite the apparently benign conditions, there were very large differences in lap times with some of those at the front of the pack at Road Atlanta some 5s plus off the pace.

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US F4's 2nd round at Road America 2nd practice session saw Chloe Chambers (Future Star, 02:21.563) & Emily Linscott (Kiwi, 02:21.896) set the 8th & 11th fastest times behind Noel Leon (DE Force, (02:19.599).

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Hamda Al Qubaisi (Prema, 2:05.443, 2:04.048) qualified 19th for race 1 & 11th for race 2 while Maya Weug (Iron Lynx, 2:05.790, 2:04.329) qualified 26th & 19th repectively.

Kirill Smal (Prema, 2:04.095) took pole for race 1, Oliver Bearman (Van Amersfoort, 2:02.999) for race 2, remarkably, Bearman's time was almost 0.5s faster than his nearest rival.

Race 3's grid was set from 2nd best lap times and saw Tim Tramnitz (US Racing, ) fastest, times for the girls to follow.

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JuJu Noda (Noda, 01:00.507) recorded the 2nd fastest time in qualifying for race 1 of round 1 of the Danish F4/F5 championship.

Mads Hoe (Hoe, 01:00.336) secured pole, however, as he drives an F5 car Noda keeps her 100% record of pole positions in Danish F4.

Emerson Fittipaldi jr makes his car racing debut from 3rd on the grid (01:00.679).

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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark, 1m56.182s) qualified 12th (and last) for Euroformula race 1 at Paul Ricard.

Jak Crawford (Motopark, 1m53.677s) set fastest lap.

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Maya Weug finished 19th and Hamda Al Qubaisi 30th after a contact induced spin at Paul Ricard in the first Italian F4 race of the weekend.

Kirill Smal won from Tim Tramnitz & Oliver Bearman. Paul Ricard is such a poor track, overtaking almost impossible unless a mistake or contact disturbs the status quo.

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The final practice session of US F4's 2nd round at Road America saw Emily Linscott (Kiwi, 02:20.586) & Chloe Chambers (Future Star, 02:20.756) & set the 9th & 10th fastest times.

Noel Leon (DE Force, (02:19.253) was fastest.

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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark) finished 10th at Paul Ricard in the first race of Euroformula round 2.

After 17 laps she was some 25s behind race winner & team mate Jak Crawford.

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Qualifying for US F4's 2nd round at Road America saw Chloe Chambers (Future Star, 2:22.209) & Emily Linscott (Kiwi, 2:22.913) set the 20th & 22nd fastest times.

Clearly, after being top 10 in final practice both had problems during qualifying as neither completed half the laps of those who were fastest and both were around 2s slower than in practice.

Linscott confirmed a mechanical failure cut short her qualifying.

Mac Clark (Gonella, 2:18.756) was fastest.

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The Danish F4/F5 championship races 1, 2 & 3 at Padborg Park saw JuJu Noda (F4) finish 2nd, 2nd & retire, Line Sonderskov (F5) 4th, 7th & 7th and Millie Hoe (F5) 6th, 6th & retire.

All 3 races were won by Mads Hoe (F5). Noda set fastest lap in the dry race 1 and finished right behind Hoe in the first two races. In the wet race 3 she climbed from 6th on the grid to hound Hoe before a spin saw her retirement.

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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark) finished 11th at Paul Ricard in both the second & third races of Euroformula round 2.

Team mate Jak Crawford won again from 6th on the reverse grid race 2 while Cameron Das won race 3.

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Maya Weug finished 17th and Hamda Al Qubaisi 27th after another fraught time at Paul Ricard in the second Italian F4 race of the weekend.

Tim Tramnitz won a race interrupted by multiple safety cars as collisions were more frequent than overtakes.

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Maya Weug finished 15th and Hamda Al Qubaisi 29th at Paul Ricard in the third Italian F4 race of the weekend.

Tim Tramnitz won again but a late safety car saw Hamda Al Qubaisi fall back from her race long battle in the train of cars fighting for 4th through 7th as yet again, she was forced off the track by aggression from those behind who were well beaten before the safety car.

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Race 1 of US F4's 2nd round at Road America saw Chloe Chambers (Future Star) & Emily Linscott (Kiwi) finish 15th & 19th, Linscott set a fastest lap that was well inside the top 10.

The race was a farce with just 2 laps completed under racing conditions as the safety car was on track for 25 of the scheduled 30 mins

F4 is not doing itself any favours at the moment with 15 year olds apparently unable to drive on a track without colliding with each other.

Mac Clark (Gonella) won.

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Battle Far wrote:
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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark) finished 11th at Paul Ricard in both the second & third races of Euroformula round 2.

Team mate Jak Crawford won again from 6th on the reverse grid race 2 while Cameron Das won race 3.
Have you seen any of these races? On her outrught results she is looking out if her depth, but her fastest laps suggest she's not a million miles off the pace.
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DOLOMITE wrote:
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Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark) finished 11th at Paul Ricard in both the second & third races of Euroformula round 2.

Team mate Jak Crawford won again from 6th on the reverse grid race 2 while Cameron Das won race 3.
Have you seen any of these races? On her outrught results she is looking out if her depth, but her fastest laps suggest she's not a million miles off the pace.
Yup, they are streamed here

She is competitive with the back end of the field but bear in mind that her team mates have won every race

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Battle Far wrote:
Mon May 17, 2021 9:12 am
DOLOMITE wrote:
Mon May 17, 2021 8:39 am
Battle Far wrote:
Sun May 16, 2021 3:09 pm
Vivien Keszthelyi (Motopark) finished 11th at Paul Ricard in both the second & third races of Euroformula round 2.

Team mate Jak Crawford won again from 6th on the reverse grid race 2 while Cameron Das won race 3.
Have you seen any of these races? On her outrught results she is looking out if her depth, but her fastest laps suggest she's not a million miles off the pace.
Yup, they are streamed here

She is competitive with the back end of the field but bear in mind that her team mates have won every race
:lol: master of diplomacy!
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Abbi Pulling, Gosia Rdest and Caitlin Wood have been issued invitations to join the W-Series 5 day test that starts at Angelsea today.

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Emily Linscott (Kiwi) finished 16th while Chloe Chambers (Future Star) did not complete the first lap in the race 2 of round 2 of the US F4 championship at Road America.

Race 3 saw Chambers finish 10th with Linscott classified 23rd having completed just 4 laps.

Mac Clark won race 2 while Nico Christodoulou won race 3.

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FRECA's first practice session at Monaco saw Lena Buhler (R-ace, 1m34.821) record 31st fastest time (she was not the slowest mind).

Her team mate Hadrian David (1m30.202s) was fastest.

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Lena Buhler (R-ace, 1m32.638s) qualified 32nd for FRECA's Monaco round, however, her time from the slower of the two qualification groups was just 2.9s off the pace of fastest & team mate Isack Hadjar (1m29.727s).

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The W-Series 5 day test at Angelsea completes today, the first 3 days saw glorious weather with clear skies, sunshine & little wind, the last two have been wet & windy.

Typically, the organisation wasted Wednesday's good weather on a media day with no track action!

Very, very disappointingly, it appears that they also chose to re-inforce the gender stereotype by reporting across social media how wonderful the girls look in their new tailored racesuits, how pretty the cars look in their new liveries while witholding all information on lap times.

Tell us how fast they are, enthusiasts don't care who they're dating...

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Reema Juffali (Douglas, 44.373s) recorded the 13th fastest time (of 19) at Brands Hatch on the Indy circuit during the first practice session for the first British F3 round.

Zak O'Sullivan (Carlin, 43.804s) and Ayrton Simmons (CDR, 43.804s) set the same fastest time,

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Battle Far wrote:
Fri May 21, 2021 10:22 am
The W-Series 5 day test at Angelsea completes today, the first 3 days saw glorious weather with clear skies, sunshine & little wind, the last two have been wet & windy.

Typically, the organisation wasted Wednesday's good weather on a media day with no track action!

Very, very disappointingly, it appears that they also chose to re-inforce the gender stereotype by reporting across social media how wonderful the girls look in their new tailored racesuits, how pretty the cars look in their new liveries while witholding all information on lap times.

Tell us how fast they are, enthusiasts don't care who they're dating...
Those suits really do look good though... ;)

But agreed some detail around who was testing, some lap times, driver comments on the cars/track would have been great.
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Reema Juffali (Douglas, 43.817s) recorded the 10th fastest time at Brands Hatch on the Indy circuit during the 2nd practice session for the first British F3 round.

Zak O'Sullivan (Carlin, 43.298s) was again fastest, I don't remember Reema being within 0.5s of O'Sullivan in F4 last year so that's a pretty good effort.

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Lena Buhler (R-ace) finished 20th in the first FRECA race at Monaco, she finished right on the tail of Axel Gnos.

Her team mates Isack Hadjar, Zane Maloney & Hadrien David finished 1st, 2nd & 4th.

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Reema Juffali (Douglas, 1m22.6) qualified 19th and last for race 1 and 17th for race 2 at Brands Hatch, the wet-->drying session seeing her some 2.3s slower than pole. Disappointing for her after being around 0.5s back in both dry practice sessions.

Ayrton Simmons (CDR, 1m20.298, 1m20.499) took pole for race 1 & 2.

The fully reversed grid for race 3 sees Juffali on pole position, if it's a. dry & b. she makes the start, she has a serious chance of winning! The fast guys are starting 17, 18 & 19 and she was only 0.2s slower than the others ahead of her in practice while there is a 9 car buffer between them.

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Reema Juffali (Douglas Motorsport) finished 15th in her first F3 outing at British F3's Brands Hatch opener, she was 42s behind race winner Ayrton Simmons (Chris Dittman Racing).

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Reema Juffali (Douglas Motorsport) finished 16th in race 2 at British F3's Brands Hatch round 1.

The race was won by Zak O’Sullivan (Carlin).

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Hailie Deegan finished 14th at CotA's road course round of Nascar's Camping World truck series and lies 15th in the standings.

Gracie Trotter finished 7th at Toledo's short course in the ARCA Menards series and lies 11th in the standings.

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