After crashing heavily in qualifying due to brake failure and struggling with front tyre wear in the Malaysian heat, Mitch Evans salvaged two points finishes in Kuala Lumpur, taking eighth and sixth place respectively.
Mitch Evans made a welcome return to the front of the GP2 grid with a strong qualifying performance in round nine of the series at Monza, Italy this weekend.
After a lack of single-lap pace left him 15th in qualifying on Friday, Mitch was hoping to emulate his result from the last time the GP2 Series visited Germany’s Hockenheimring – in 2014 the Kiwi took victory in the feature race from 15th on the grid due to a smart strategy call.
After qualifying a lowly 14th, Mitch Evans spent an uneventful weekend in round six of the 2016 GP2 Series at the Hungaroring, just outside Budapest. The young Pertamina Campos Racing driver was grateful to pick up a smattering of points with 10th place in Saturday’s 36-lap feature race and fifth in today’s sprint race.
After opening his 2016 account with a win in Austria last week, another battling drive by Mitch Evans saw the Pertamina Campos Racing driver take fourth place in a thrilling GP2 feature race in round five of the series at Silverstone on Saturday.
Mitch Evans led home a Pertamina Campos Racing 1-2 in the Austrian GP2 feature race at the Red Bull Ring to take his first victory of the season.
Mitch Evans was on course to emulate his solid Monaco results this weekend despite struggling for pace in Baku. The 22-year old finished fifth in race one and was running fourth in race two until an ill-managed safety car restart put an end to his sprint race on lap 12.
Mitch Evans’ hopes of a strong start to the season with his new Pertmina Campos Racing team were sorely dashed when the young New Zealander and his Indonesian team-mate, Sean Gelael, were both left struggling for pace in the opening two rounds of the 2016 GP Series at Barcelona.
Mitch scored a third place finish in the feature race on Saturday in Abu Dhabi but was denied a shot at third place in the GP2 Series standings when Sunday’s sprint race was cancelled after a first lap accident damaged the barriers.
After having tested the Porsche 919 hybrid in Barcelona last week, 21-year old Mitch Evans got another opportunity to test the World Championship wining car at the Bahrain International Circuit the day after the WEC finale
In the penultimate round of the GP2 season, Mitch Evans secured a third place finish in Friday’s feature race and scored his second race victory of the season in the sprint race on Saturday.
Ahead of the penultimate round of the 2015 GP2 season, Mitch Evans is testing the Porsche 919 hybrid this week at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona.
Not even disqualification from official qualifying and a back-of-the-grid starting position was enough to stop Mitch Evans continuing his welcome return to form with a timely double podium in this weekend’s round nine and 10 of the GP2 Series at Monza, Italy.
After a spate of reliability issues and below-par performances, Mitch Evans bounced back to impressive form with fifth and third places respectively in rounds seven and eight of the 2015 GP2 Series at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.
Mitch Evans couldn’t repeat his last years’ success in Silverstone facing more mechanical issues that forced him to retire from the race on Saturday and he finished a disappointing 20th in today’s sprint race.
After finishing second at the 24-hour race at Le Mans with JOTA in the LMP2 class a week ago, Russian Time driver Mitch Evans was back in his GP2 cockpit in Spielberg, Austria.
2014 Le Mans LM P2 class champions cruelly miss out by less than 50 seconds on a repeat victory in world’s toughest sportscar race
After a mixed race two weeks ago in Barcelona, Russian Time driver Mitch Evans faced a difficult weekend in Monaco with electrical issues and two retirements.
After scoring a win at his World Endurance Championship debut in Spa in the LMP2 class a week ago,
Russian Time driver Mitch Evans scored his first GP2 podium of the season in the feature race on Saturday but was left disappointed when his car stopped on track with an engine failure on the way to the grid in the sprint race on Sunday.
British team completes Le Mans “dress rehearsal” in dominant fashion
After a great recovery drive in the feature race on Saturday to finish sixth, the sprint race on Sunday took a dramatic turn for Mitch Evans after suffering a puncture ending his fight for a podium early.
Sportscar newcomer joins Simon Dolan and Nick Yelloly to defend Le Mans 24 Hours LM P2 title
Mitch Evans underlined his consistency with another podium in the feature race at the GP2 finale in Abu Dhabi and finished off the season with a fourth place in Sunday’s sprint race
Mitch Evans secured his fifth podium of the season after a spirited drive to second place in Saturday’s
thrilling GP2 feature race.
Russian Time driver Mitch Evans continued his consistent performance on Saturdays with a third place in the feature race at the Italian GP, but didn’t manage to score a result on Sunday after having to retire with damaged front suspension.
After the summer break the GP2 circus was back on track in Spa, one of the most challenging
circuits on the calendar for drivers and cars alike.
Off the back of a strong weekend in Silverstone, where he clinched his maiden GP2 wintwo weeks ago, Mitch Evans was eager to get back to work at Round 6 of the 2014 GP2 series in Germany.
Having been based in the UK for several years now, the British GP meeting has become
something of a home race for Mitch Evans.
New Zealand driver Mitch Evans took his first GP2 Series victory after a storming drive at the British Grand Prix round in Britain overnight.
Off the back of a strong points scoring weekend in Monaco, the next stop in the 2014 GP2 calendar was the Red Bull Ring in Austria, a track which 19-year old Mitch Evans hadn’t raced before.
After enduring a frustrating opening two rounds of the 2014 GP2 Series, it was third time lucky for Mitch Evans when he claimed second place in Friday's feature race around the streets of Monaco.
It was a challenging weekend for Russian Time driver Mitch Evans at the Circuit de
Catalunya in Spain.
After a strong performance in winter season testing for Russian Time, Mitch made a solid start to his second GP2 season in the opening round in Bahrain at the weekend (April 5/6).
Mitch Evans will move to GP2 champion team Russian Time for 2014, with iSport management coming back into the series to run the squad.
Mitch was attacked from behind on the opening lap of the GP2 Sprint race in Singapore on Sunday, dropping to the back of the 26 car field before recovering to finish fifteenth.
A skirmish on the second lap eliminated Mitch Evans from the Monza GP2 Feature race in Italy overnight. The young New Zealander started 16th after another fraught qualifying session, made up four places on the opening lap; but was clouted by Simon Trummer at the apex of the first chicane on the second lap.
Engine overheating in practice meant Mitch Evans was playing catch up in qualifying and endured a frustrating drive to finish just outside the points in the GP2 Feature race at Spa Francorchamps overnight.
A late charge brought New Zealand teenager Mitch Evans to a close second place finish in the GP2 Sprint race at the Hungarian Grand Prix near Budapest overnight.
In Hungary overnight Mitch Evans led his fifth consecutive GP2 Feature race. The youngest driver in the field swept through from eleventh on the grid at the Hungaroring to finish a fighting seventh, and claim a front row start for tonight’s Sprint race.
A solid performance in the GP2 Sunday Sprint race at the Nurburgring, saw Mitch Evans cut through the pack for a points scoring finish. The young New Zealander started sixteenth and soared to seventh.
For the briefest of moments Mitch Evans led at the start of the GP2 Feature race at the Nurburgring in Germany overnight. The New Zealander started fourth on the grid and scythed down the inside into the first corner to lead the 26-car field for a fraction of a second.
Kiwi teenager Mitch Evans was cruelly denied victory in the GP2 Feature race at Silverstone overnight after a technical failure caused him to exceed the speed limit during his compulsory pit stop.
Mitch Evans has scored back-to-back podium finishes on the streets of Monaco. In last night’s closely-fought GP2 race.
Mitch Evans finished on the Podium in 3rd after a dramatic first corner accident. WATCH THE VIDEO >>
New Zealand’s Mitch Evans will start on the front row after qualifying second fastest for tonight’s GP2 race on the streets of Monaco. He was pipped by just 0.016s from taking pole position at the world’s most famous street race.
Kiwi driver Mitch Evans endured a frustrating weekend in both GP2 races at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.
Qualifying to start at the front is Kiwi hopeful's aim at Barcelona - By Eric Thompson
Mitch Evans made a stunning debut in GP2 at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, the GP3 Champion finishing on the podium in just his second race in the more powerful Formula1 feeder category.
With sixth fastest time during wet running and once again setting times within the Top Ten, Mitch Evans is keenly anticipating his first GP2 race in Malaysia following three intensive days of GP2 testing in Barcelona.
New Zealand’s Mitch Evans was the fastest rookie driver and broke into the top ten in the third and final day of GP2 testing at the Jerez circuit in Southern Spain on Thursday.
The day before Mitch Evans jets back overseas to begin his 2013 GP2 campaign the 18-year-old Aucklander will race for one of the most prestigious trophies in New Zealand motorsport.
2012 GP3 champion Mitch Evans has announced he will stay with Arden for his graduation to GP2 for the 2013 season.
Listen to an interview on Radio Sport of Mitch Evans and his plans for 2013 with Tony Veitch.
Fastest, Last and First for Kiwi teen.
Mitch Evans clinched the Gp3 Series title in a thrilling encounter that went to the final lap at Monza on Sunday morning. The 18-year-old Aucklander was the fastest driver on the track, finished last after a pit stop but, amazingly, also finished first in the best race of the season.