RESULTS

2017 – Formula Renault Eurocup

  1. April 22-23  Monza, Italy

Race 1 – Qualifying 5th, Race – 6th                                                                             
Race 2 – Qualifying 14th, Race – DNF
Championship placing – 8th

  2. May 13-14  Silverstone, Great Britain

 Race 1 – Qualifying 6th, Race – 6th                                                                                 Race 2 – Qualifying 13th, Race 21st (following pit stop to change tyre)       Championship placing – 10th

  3. May 20-21  Pau, France

 Race 1 – Qualifying 5th, Race – 5th                                                                                 Race 2 – Qualifying Pole, Race 1st                                                                                    Championship placing – 4th

3. May 27-28  Pau, Monaco

 Race 1 – Qualifying 7th (2 grid penalty), Race – 6th                                                Race 2 – Qualifying 6th, Race 6th                                                                                    Championship placing – 5th

  5. July 1-2  Hungaroring, Hungary

  6. July 15-16  Nurbürgring, Germany

  7. July 22-23  Red Bull Ring, Austria

  8. August 26-27  Paul Ricard, France

  9. September 23-24  Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

10. October 28-29  Barcelona, Spain

2016

MONOPLACE CHALLENGE (7-round European ‘junior development’ series for Formula Renault 2-litre openwheel racing cars)

ROUND 1 – Barcelona (Spain), March 18-20
Qualifying: 2nd
Race 1: 1st
Race 2: 1st
Race 3: 2nd
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 2 – Le Mans ‘Bugatti’ (France),  April  22-24
Qualifying: 2nd
Race 1: 2nd
Race 2: 10th
Race 3: 1st
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 3 – Paul Ricard (France),  May 20-22
Qualifying: 5th
Race 1 – 1st
Race 2 – 5th
Race 3 – 3rd
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 4 – Motorland-Aragon (Spain), July 1-3
Qualifying: 1st
Race 1 – 1st
Race 2 – 2nd
Race 3 – 1st
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 5 – Mugello (Italy), Sept. 9-11
Qualifying: 1st
Race 1 – 1st
Race 2 – 1st
Race 3 – 2nd
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 6 – Magny Cours (France) , Oct. 7-9
Qualifying: 1st
Race 1 – 1st
Race 2 – 1st
Race 3 – 1st
Championship position: 1st

ROUND 7 – Estoril (Portugal) , Nov.  5-6
Qualifying: 1st
Race 1 – 1st
Race 2 – 1st
Race 3 – 1st
Championship position: 1st and crowned Champion!

2015

ITALIAN FIA FORMULA 4 CHAMPIONSHIP (7-round national ‘entry’ level series for openwheeler racing cars)

  • Rookie car racing season
  • Contested all seven rounds
  • Best race results – 2nd in rounds 6 (Imola) and 7 (Misano)

2014

  • Transition year to car racing
  • 3-day test with Torino Squadra Corse at Valencia, Spain
  • 2-day test with Torino Squadra Corse at Vallelunga, Italy
  • 1-day test with Torino Squadra Corse at Cremona, Italy
  • Invited to attended Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) Academy

2013

Moves to Junior Rotax 125cc
January – enters Rotax National event after seeking dispensation to race in the class a year ahead of the rules but is not allowed to race due to being too light at 37 kilos. Racing was put on hold until Alex put on at least 4kg.

2nd First race in Junior Rotax. Geelong Junior Challenge –
April 20/21 (Won the pre-final. Youngest competitor.)
1st Geelong Race Meeting
3rd Victorian Karting Series – Todd Rd

Italian Championship KFJ – 51 entries from 12 countries               First event in KFJ – Qualified 9th, finished final in 12th

World Series Karting Final Cup – Italy – 65 drivers from 21 countries   Qualified 23rd. Heat 1 – 7th, Heat 2 – 7th, Heat 3 – 8th, Pre-final – retired with engine failure

2012
Moves to Juniors
5th Victorian Open, Junior National Light (100cc)
11th South Australian Open, Junior National Light
4th Tasmanian Open, Junior National Light

Alex chooses to move to Juniors a year early in order to prepare for his next trip to Italy where he will need to race in a 125cc water cooled category. By racing in Juniors early he was able to accrue endorsements that allowed him to move into the Rotax 125cc class as soon as he turned 13, a year before most other drivers.

2011
Moves up to Rookies Category

Australia
1st – All races in Tasmania.
2nd – Tasmanian Open
Italy
World Championship – Birel Easykart – Pavia 96 entries – 36th
World Series Karting Final Cup – Ortona – 69 entries – 22nd in final

In 2011 Alex moved up to the “Rookies” class in Australia. Alex’s focus remained on preparing himself for his next trip to Italy (2013) where he was required to race in the very powerful 125cc, KF3 class. The only possible equivalent in Australia is the 125cc Junior Rotax class. Before moving to Rotax he was required to race Juniors in a 100cc class and have received at least 6 licence endorsements. He therefore needed to move through Rookies and into Juniors in the shortest possible time frame.

2010
Australia
Wins all events in Tasmania
3rd Oakleigh Titles
2nd Victorian Open
2nd South Australian Open
Italy (5 weeks)
Event 1 – World Series Karting Siena (WSK) – 74 entries, 23  countries – 39th
Italian Championship event – Pomposa –  10 th
Event 2 – World Series Karting (WSK), Val Vibrata – 75 entries – 13th

2009
Australia
1st in all 7 events in Tasmania
2nd Tasmanian Open
3rd/4th Two race meetings in Victoria
Italy – 60cc Minikart (category unique to Europe)
Open Masters Italia – International event, Pavia. 55 entries – 23rd
Winter TrophyItaly– Val Vibrata– 5th and 3rd

2008
3rd Tas High Clere Titles
1st Tas Launceston Titles
5th Tas Orielton Titles
4th Tas Statewide Series Round 1
2nd Tas Statewide Series Round 2
3rd Tas Statewide Series Round 3
1st Tas Statewide Series Round 4

2007
First race meeting. September. Orielton Kart Track, Tas – 3rd