Press Releases

Dado Pena joins Minardi Team Asia Formula Three – Mar 17 05

Posted on March 17, 2005
Dado Pena is graduating from the Minardi Team Asia Formula BMW Team to their Asian Formula Three operation. He will race the team’s Dallara TOM’S 301 car. (more…)

Bahrain GP now first round of the 2005 F.BMW Series – Mar 10 05

Posted on March 10, 2005
The first round of the 2005 Formula BMW Asia Series will now be held at the Bahrain GP on April 2/3. This will give the Minardi Team Asia drivers the opportunity to display their talents to Minardi F1 boss, Paul Stoddart (more…)

Dejan de Zoysa signs for Minardi – Feb 11 05

Posted on February 11, 2005
The Sri Lankan Formula Ford driver signed for Minardi Team Asia after a two test held at the Sepang Circuit on February 1st and 2nd. The 19 year old rookie will be gunning for the Rookie Championship in his first year of International Racing. (more…)

Minardi Team Asia to test at Sepang February 2 and 3 – Jan 28 05

Posted on January 28, 2005
Minardi Team Asia are trying out more potential drivers for their 2005 Formula BMW Asia campaign. The Sepang Formula One circuit is the venue for the test in which more young drivers will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their potential to the team. (more…)

Bumgarner and Ebrahim win F.BMW Scholarships – Jan 26 05

Posted on January 26, 2005
Filipina Michelle Bumgarner and Indian Armaan Ebrahim were two of the four winners of the $50,000 BMW scholarship held at Bahrain this month. Both Bumgarmer and Ebrahim benefited from the coaching received from Minardi Team Asia’s Martin Quick and Mark Goddard at a pre-scholarship test held by the team at the Sepang F1 Circuit. (more…)

Minardi Team Asia test young drivers – Jan 26 05

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The first week of January 2005 saw Minardi Team Asia test three young karters at the Sepang F1 circuit in Malaysia. Filipina Michelle Bumgarner was joined by Indian Armaan Ebrahim and Indonesian Zahir Ali. The three sixteen year olds all acquitted themselves well and impressed team director, Martin Quick, who reported that all three were…