posted on Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Reigning Asian F3 Champions, Eurasia Team Goddard, will enter the 2009 F3 Australia Championship with two Dallara 307 model chassis powered by Mercedes engines. The team is confident that it offers an ultra competitive package in one of the strongest F3 Championships worldwide which can be undertaken on a remarkably cost effective budget.
“Drivers such as Ben Clucas, Charlie Hollings and James Winslow have demonstrated that F3A is a positive career move for European based drivers as well as drivers from the Asia Pacific region. Drivers from the Americas should also consider the series” stated Mark Goddard of Eurasia Team Goddard. “We have the best possible car and driver combination for this championship and I believe our renowned technical and driver development expertise will give us that vital edge”.
First race will be held at Adelaide’s Clipsal 500 on March 22nd
posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The prestigious International Trophy, run over three weekends in January 2009, represents a great opportunity for drivers to gain race experience in a 215bhp Tatuus chassis car. The team will also enter the New Zealand Grand Prix on March 1st. All races are run under an international permit allowing drivers to compete using their own ASN’s International race license.
posted on Sunday, November 16, 2008
Kimiya Sato finished third in todays final round of the Formula BMW Series held at the Macau GP. Team Mate, Aditya Patel, was sixth and top rookie driver.
Sato made a good start and slotted into third place. He kept close to the leaders for the first three laps and then cruised to the finish under strict instructions to finish the race to gain experience for F3 in 2009. Patel was in a tight group battling for fifth place and eventually finished sixth and top roookie, a fine drive to end the season.
posted on Saturday, November 8, 2008
Castrol Philippines are supporting the team in its bid to win the Formula BMW Pacific support race at this weekends Macau GP. Castrol Magnatec will adorn all three of the team’s entries. Auto Xtreme TV will be filming the team over the race weekend for a behind the scenes program which will be aired in the Philippines.
posted on Friday, October 31, 2008
Kimiya Sato will race alongside Eurasia Motorsport’s regular drivers, Marlon Stockinger and Aditya Patel, in the final round of the 2008 Formula BMW Pacific Series at Macau on November 16th. Sato was a race winner in British Formula BMW and both driver and team have high hopes of a competitive performance in Macau.