Feature Race

Some articles on feature race, race, races:

GP3 Series - Point System - 2010-2011
... Points System For Feature Race 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 1 ... Points System For Sprint Race 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1 ... Pole ... Driver recording fastest lap has to drive 90% of race laps and must finish in the top ten of the race to be eligible for the fastest lap point ... of points anyone can score in one round is 20 by claiming pole position, winning both races with the fastest lap in each race ...
2005 San Marino Grand Prix Feature - Season Summary
... In the opening race at Imola, there were a number of mechanical problems and organizers being afraid of trouble at the start, so the rolling start was used in both races, though weather was dry ... pole position but he was out before the race had started due to mechanical problems ... The race was won by his team-mate Heikki Kovalainen ...
Luiz Razia - Career - Early Career
... Razia finished sixth in the championship taking six podium finishes, including two race wins ... Razia remained in South American Formula 3, taking eleven podium places and seven race wins to win the title ahead of Mario Moraes and Diego Nunes ... He also contested three races in the Formula 3000 International Masters series for Charouz Racing, winning all three of them to finish eighth in the championship ...
A1 Grand Prix Pointscoring Systems - Race Weekend - Feature Race - Pit Stop
... three compulsory pit stops over the course of the race weekend – one during the Sprint Race, and two during the Feature Race ... Although having never won a race, A1 Team Australia had the fastest pit crew of all teams ...

Famous quotes containing the words race and/or feature:

    Spring, of all seasons most gratuitous,
    Is fold of untaught flower, is race of water,
    Is earth’s most multiple, excited daughter;
    And those she has least use for see her best,
    Their paths grown craven and circuitous,
    Their visions mountain-clear, their needs immodest.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    When delicate and feeling souls are separated, there is not a feature in the sky, not a movement of the elements, not an aspiration of the breeze, but hints some cause for a lover’s apprehension.
    Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751–1816)