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FRECA in Zandvoort
Home race in Zandvoort
Publiée le June 22, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Home race in Zandvoort
Our home weekend started great, with Dilano back in the car. Unfortunately, that did not last long. After the first Collective Test on Friday, Dilano had to step back from the weekend. Due to an injury, he couldn’t race during the last round, which also affected his results in Monaco and Imola. After having surgery and taking the needed rest, he hoped to be back in the car this weekend. However, the pain was still too severe and he couldn’t continue. We hope to see Dilano back in the car soon.
The first race on Saturday was mostly a quiet race, until the final 5 minutes. The safety car had to come out. At that moment Michael was driving on P10 and Sami on P14. With just 2 more laps to go, the race restarted. It was a good restart for Michael, who finished up in the points on P9. After multiple post-race penalties, he was promoted to the seventh position. Sami also gained some positions and finished 13th.
The second race quickly saw a red flag, after a massive crash between Delli Guanti and Masson. Fortunately, both walked away from the crash okay. After about 20 minutes the race restarted behind the safety car. Michael finished in the points again by coming in as sixth. Sami made up quite some positions by finishing on P16 and starting on P22.
Current driver standings: P6 Michael Belov – 93 points P18 Sami Meguetounif – 2 points P30 Dilano van ‘t Hoff – 0 points
Current team standings: P5 MP Motorsport – 95 points
FRECA’s next race will be on the 10th of July, in Budapest.
Publiée le June 7, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Straight after the Monaco GP, FRECA went to Paul Ricard for a back-to-back race weekend. The weekend started with a very wet Friday. The weather circumstances for both Saturday and Sunday were much better, with not one drop of rain.
Unfortunately, Dilano was not able to join us this weekend. Earlier in the season, Dilano sustained a shoulder injury, which impacted his Imola and Monaco races. This meant we would be driving with only 2 cars in Paul Ricard. Michael had a very good first race, starting on from the seventh position and making his podium move in the final lap. The second race was a bit tougher, with a lot of safety cars, and he finished sixth. Sami had mechanical issues and couldn’t fully show his potential during his home race weekend. However, he still managed to have a good second race where he gained 17 positions.
Current driver standings: P6 Michael Belov – 79 points P17 Sami Meguetounif – 2 points P30 Dilano van ‘t Hoff – 0 points
Current team standings: P4 MP Motorsport – 81 points
FRECA’s next race will be the team’s home race in Zandvoort, in two weeks!
Publiée le May 31, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Points for Michael
Joining Formula 1 and Formula 2, FRECA also went to Monaco for the weekend.
Monaco can only have 28 cars on the grid, but FRECA has 37 drivers. This meant not all drivers could race both races. Michael and Sami qualified 5th and 14th and were able to drive both races. Dilano qualified on P26 and could only start the second race.
The first was a hectic one. With 21 minutes left, the race was red-flagged, after multiple cars piled up in the Grand Hotel Hairpin. With 10 minutes left, the race was restarted. Not much happened after that and Michael finished in the position he started, and Sami finished fifteenth. There was more racing in the second race, but the top 8 mainly stayed the same. Michael collected more points by finishing sixth, Sami was very close to points and finished on P11. Dilano managed to overtake quite some positions and finished on P20, coming from P26.
Current driver standings: P5 Michael Belov – 56 points P17 Sami Meguetounif – 2 points P28 Dilano van ‘t Hoff – 0 points Current team standings: P5 MP Motorsport – 58 points
FRECA moves straight away to Paul Ricard for the fourth round of the season.
Publiée le May 10, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Starting the season with a podium
The Collective Tests on Friday were two very wet sessions with lots of rain, and that wasn’t the last rain of the weekend. The first qualifying session was a very chaotic one which ended in a red flag. Fortunately, Michael had a much better second qualifying session where he set himself on the second row for Race 2. Sami had a big crash in the first race, and even though he did qualify for the second race, he decided not to race in Race 2 as he had too much pain from the crash. We wish Sami well and hope to see him back in Monaco.
Qualifying 1 results:
P19 Sami Meguetounif P20 Michael Belov P32 Dilano van ‘t Hoff
Qualifying 2 results
P4 Michael Belov P27 Sami Meguetounif P28 Dilano van ‘t Hoff
Quickly after the start of the race, the safety car had to come out for Sami’s crash, not much later the safety car turned into a red flag and all drivers went back to the pits. With 25 minutes left, they went back for a restart behind the safety car. During the first laps of the race, Michael had already made up 4 positions, and Dilano was driving on P24 when the safety car went back in.
With 12 minutes to go, the safety car had to come out, and with 2 minutes left on the clock, they started racing again. Right before the final lap started, the race was red-flagged again. Michael finished 15th and Dilano 21st.
Race 2 was a very chaotic race. Moments before the race started, rain fell down but it was dry during the race start. However, the race was declared wet even though all drivers started on slicks as the track dried up very quickly. Because the race was declared wet, the start was a rolling start behind the safety car. Michael had some very good opening laps and within 10 minutes, he was driving on P3.
With 17 minutes left, it started to rain heavily on the track. This resulted in some crashes and quickly after that, all drivers came back to the pit again as the race was red-flagged. Most drivers switched to wet tyres, as some parts of the track had deep puddles, but other parts where it didn’t rain that much were basically dry. The drivers had about 5 minutes left of racing. Michael had a tough restart and lost two positions, finishing on P6. However, after post-race penalties, he got promoted to fifth. Dilano gained 9 positions and finished on P19!
Current driver standings: P4 Michael Belov – 38 points P15 Sami Meguetounif – 2 points P28 Dilano van ‘t Hoff – 0 points Current team standings: P4 MP Motorsport – 40 points
The next FRECA round will be in Monaco, where they join Formula 1 and Formula 2.
Publiée le April 28, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Starting the season with a podium
Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine has officially kicked off the new season, with the first round in Monza. For the two qualifying sessions, the grid was separated into two groups. Michael was in group A, and Dilano and Sami in group B. Group A were the fastest in both sessions which meant the quickest driver from that group would start on pole. Michael had a very good Q1 where he qualified 3rd, but his last fast lap in Q2 got aborted due to a red flag. Dilano crashed in Q2 and therefore couldn’t set a fast lap.
Qualifying 1 results:
P3 Michael Belov P12 Sami Meguetounif P18 Dilano van ‘t Hoff
Qualifying 2 results
P9 Michael Belov P24 Sami Meguetounif P33 Dilano van ‘t Hoff
The first race of the season started as a very wet one. It was very busy in the first corners, and Michael lost a position. Sami had a very good start and was driving on P9 in the opening lap. Dilano also made up 4 positions and was driving on P14. Right after the opening lap, the safety car had to be deployed. During the restart Mini, who was driving on P2, had an incident and drove to the pits. No one could overtake him until they reached the start finish, this gave Beganovic quite a big gap. Michael overtook Fluxa for P2 during the restart. Sami lost two positions as he had to go wide and was driving on the tenth position. Unfortunately, Dilano’s race was over as he got pushed off the track by Delli Guanti who rejoined the track from the grass. There was nothing Dilano could do about it.
This incident deployed the safety car again. With 15 minutes left, we had another restart while the rain stopped falling. Michael reacted well on the restart and was right behind Beganovic. Sami took back P9 during the restart. With 8 minutes left the safety car had to be deployed again, which left the drivers only one more lap left to race. Not much changed, as Michael finished second and got his first podium! Sami finished 9th and got his first points of the season.
Race 2 was a dry race with everyone starting on slicks. FRECA has something new this season, called push to pass. The drivers get 5 push to passes throughout the race, which gives them a bit more power for 15 seconds. Push to pass is available after the first lap. Michael gained one position during the opening lap and was driving on P8. Sami also gained one position and Dilano lost two positions. After 5 minutes, Michael overtook David for the seventh position. A few minutes later he also overtook Montoya and was now driving in the sixth position. Sami was also on a roll and was driving on P21.
After about 18 minutes, the safety car was deployed. Dilano had overtaken 9 cars and was now driving on P27. During the restart, Michael used the push to pass and overtook Boya for the fifth position. With 10 more minutes left, Sami was driving on P15 and Dilano on P24, both overtaking a lot of cars! In the final minutes, another safety car had to be deployed and with more than a minute left we started racing again. Dilano overtook 2 cars during the restart and was now driving on P21. In the final two laps, Sami went from P15 to P11, he had now gained 13 positions. Michael finished on an impressive P5, Sami on P11 and Dilano gained 14 positions and finished on P19.
Current driver standings: P2 Michael Belov – 28 points P11 Sami Meguetounif – 2 points P22 Dilano van ‘t Hoff – 0 points Current team standings: P3 MP Motorsport – 30 points
The next FRECA round will be in Imola, from 6 till 8 May.
Publiée le March 22, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Talented Dutch racer Dilano van ’t Hoff will remain with MP Motorsport as he steps up for his first full season of the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine (FRECA). The reigning Spanish Formula 4 champion will join Michael Belov and Sami Meguetounif in an exciting three-car line-up for the Dutch team.
Widely regarded as Holland’s bright young hope in single-seaters, Van ’t Hoff already tested the FRECA waters in a string of late-season race outings with MP Motorsport, acquitting himself well. Late September 2021, the 17-year-old from Dordrecht came into FRECA with a hot reputation as the runaway Spanish F4 championship leader, a title he would seal a week later, having taken ten wins, 16 podiums, nine poles and six fastest laps. Continuing his FRECA testing into the winter break, Van ‘t Hoff has also kept busy by competing in the Formula Regional Asian Championship.
“Never change a winning team!” said Van ’t Hoff on staying with MP for his FRECA debut season. “We’ve been winners in single-seaters from the very first Spanish F4 race at Spa, and I’m eager to keep that momentum going for us. As a Dutchman, it’s extra special to race for a Dutch team, and its family atmosphere really helps me to consistently perform at a high level. Testing with MP’s FRECA team went well, and I look forward to go out and do the business.”
“Dilano was always going to stay with us, wasn’t he?” said MP Motorsport’s team principal, Sander Dorsman. “We’ve had such a great season together, he’s done everything to prove that he really is the exciting talent that we knew he was. With our ladder from F4 to F2 now firmly in place, we can’t wait to show how Dilano is capable to take the next step and being successful from the start. With Michael and Sami on our team as well, our 2022 FRECA season looks very promising indeed.”
Van ‘t Hoff made his definitive breakthrough in karts with third places in the 2018 IAME Euro Series and IAME International Final for X30 Junior karts while also making his mark in the various CIK-FIA and WSK OK Junior championships. In 2019, Van ’t Hoff stepped up to OK karts, with highlights including a fifth place in the European Championship. At karting’s CIK-FIA world level, he added a 14th place in 2020. In his first year in single-seaters, Van ’t Hoff narrowly missed out on the title in the UAE F4 winter series but then proceeded to claim the 2021 Spanish F4 crown with a dominant season.
Publiée le March 21, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Young Frenchman Sami Meguetounif has joined MP Motorsport for his first full season in the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine (FRECA). The 17-year-old from Marseille will be part of a three-car team fielded by the Dutch outfit.
Meguetounif’s full-season debut comes after four promising FRECA outings towards the end of the 2021 season. In the post-season months, the French rookie extensively tested with MP at Paul Ricard and Barcelona, setting excellent times, before signing for the 2022 season.
“I’m very pleased to be joining MP for my first full FRECA season”, said Meguetounif. “The Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine is an extremely competitive environment, and teaming up with a proven race-winning team will help me make quick progress as I move forward in the season. Testing with the team has been a very satisfying experience – we’ve been quick from the off. This has given me the confidence that I’ve made the right decision to go with MP.”
“It’s wonderful that Sami will be part of our FRECA squad”, said MP Motorsport’s team principal Sander Dorsman. “Sami is an exciting talent who has already shown flashes of raw speed in his late-season appearances in the series last year, and we hope to build on that going into the new season. I’m betting on Sami to be among the surprises of 2022.”
Meguetounif entered the international OK karting scene as the French 2018 OK Junior champion, showing well in the 2019 WSK Euro Series and Super Master Series as well as the 2019 CIK-FIA World Championship. Three late-season races in the 2019 French F4 Championship were followed by a full season in 2020, gaining him a win and eight podiums on his way to fourth in the final standings. In 2021, Meguetounif split his efforts between German and Italian F4 before stepping up to FRECA.
Publiée le March 17, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
Championship frontrunner Michael Belov has joined MP Motorsport for a fresh attack on the Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine (FRECA). As a proven race winner in the category, Belov has high hopes for a successful 2022 season with the Dutch outfit.
Belov teams up with MP after a strong part season in the category in 2021. Joining the fray as a wildcard entry from round 4 at Paul Ricard and immediately hitting the podium twice, Belov was already a winner two rounds later at Spa-Francorchamps, before taking a second win backed up by another second place at Valencia. Having finished ahead of various established full-season runners in the final standings, Belov now aims for more, as he joins MP in one of the three cars that the Dutch team will line up for the 2022 season.
“I’m very pleased to have signed with MP for the full 2022 FRECA season”, said Belov. “I’ve battled MP’s cars on several occasions last year, and back in SMP F4 the MP drivers were my prime rivals. And now I will be one of them myself! I definitely aim to add more wins to my FRECA victory tally, and who knows where we will stand at the end of the season? I’m looking forward to the start of the season with great anticipation.”
“It’s extremely good news that Michael has joined our FRECA team for 2022”, said MP Motorsport’s team principal Sander Dorsman. “We were very much impressed by his form in the 2021 season, and now having a driver of his calibre on board we are certainly aiming for more wins like the ones he took last year.”
Belov started his single-seater career in the SMP F4 Championship in 2017, taking second place in the 2018 championship with five wins, before embarking on a two-pronged attack on the 2019 Italian and German F4 championships, finishing fourth and eighth respectively. In 2020, Belov started off in the Formula Renault Eurocup before a mid-season interruption took him to six drives as a replacement driver in the FIA F3 Championship. Initially expecting to stay in FIA F3, Belov instead switched to FRECA midway into the 2021 season, taking two wins, five podiums, two poles and four fastest laps on his way to eighth in the final standings.
Publiée le February 27, 2022 par Lois de Bruin
The start of a new era
We have worked flat out with the team in the past couple of years, to help talents reach their goals. We’ve done this by giving them the best possible equipment and support. As it is known, motorsport is an expensive sport. This meant it could be difficult for drivers to provide funding for a complete season. We want to change this by approaching this matter differently.
With a new branding, including a new logo and livery, we are entering a new era. We are bringing back Dutch glory by focusing on the color orange. In collaboration with Superrebel, we want to inspire new talents and build new relationships. Relationships that can give talents with a smaller budget a chance to prove themselves on track. The ambition of the team is to accelerate talent.
To accelerate ac·cel·er·ate | verb To move faster: to gain speed The car slowly accelerated. The pace of change has accelerated in recent months.
The team was founded in 1994, and since that moment we have always had the same logo. A logo we have won races with, faced difficult times, and have won championships with. After 28 years it’s time for a new, fresh logo, which visualizes the beginning of our new era. An era where we want to support our talents on all fronts and thus accelerate their talent.
We have not only changed our logo and strategy, but we have also designed a completely new livery in collaboration with Bink Design. The livery is inspired by the triangular shapes in our new logo. The arrows visualize the previously mentioned speeding up. “I found the inspiration for this livery from older generations of MP Motorsport cars,” indicates Bink. “We really wanted to aim for a real, but modern style. One that completely fits the accelerating talent idea. The livery has to fit with the story behind the team and the new branding.”
You can find the new livery on our Formula 2, FRECA, and Formula 4 cars. Our Formula 3 team will again drive in the colors of Alpine, because of our good cooperation with the Alpine Academy.
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Together we will succeed in our mission to give talented people equal chances in motorsport. Let’s work together and make a change!
Monza was the stage of our season finale, and it was wet. It didn’t actually rain during the races, but it did before which made the track wet. The first race was declared wet before it started, and the second race even started behind the safety car. Franco had a great first qualifying session, landing himself on the second row of the grid. On Sunday, it was Kas who stood out. He was constantly setting top 10-times and rewarded himself with a P8.
Results qualifying 1:
P3 Franco Colapinto P19 Dilano van ‘t Hoff P20 Kas Haverkort P30 Oliver Goethe
Results qualifying 2:
P8 Kas Haverkort P13 Franco Colapinto P19 Dilano van ‘t Hoff P28 Oliver Goethe
Franco had a great start where he immediately took the second position and kept close to David. Kas gained one position during the start, Dilano maintained in his position, and Oliver lost one place. Even though the track was wet, and everyone was on slicks, it was a rather quiet start. With about 15 minutes left, Franco went wide and lost one position, finding himself on P3. It could’ve been way worse, as he almost lost it and spun, but with a nice save he was able to keep the damage as low as possible.
Dilano lost a few positions when he went wide over the grass, but he was able to could keep the car out of the barriers. Kas had a mega race, starting on P20 and driving on P12, with 12 more minutes left. Oliver also had made up 6 places! Unfortunately, Franco started to struggle with pace, with 6 minutes left and lost places. He was quickly finding himself on P8. Kas finished on P11, and made up 9 positions, Dilano finished on P24 and Oliver on P26.
The second race started behind the safety car, as the conditions were worse than during the first race. It was the start of a very dramatic season finale. Kas and Franco both kept their positions during the start but after a few minutes of the race, the safety car had to come out as a car was stuck on one of the run-off areas. During the start, Dilano made up a few places and was driving on P16, with Oliver on P30. With 15 minutes left, the safety car went in and the race restarted.
Franco made up places and was driving on P10, Kas was right in front of him on P9. It didn’t take very long, cause the safety car had to come out again as Pasma crashed into the barriers. After 5 minutes, the safety car turned into a red flag, as the barrier was damaged and needed to be repaired. The red flag lasted about 30 minutes when the cars went back on track for the last few minutes. The race restarted behind the safety car, with 7 minutes left to race. The two leading Prema drivers collided in the first lap of the restart, bringing out the safety car ones more. Due to the crashes, Kas was finding himself on P4 and Franco on P6. This is also how both finished, as the race finished behind the safety car.
Kas had his best result during the season, as did Dilano, who finished on P15. Oliver finished on P27.
The final driver standings:
Franco Colapinto – 6th – 140 points
Kas Haverkort – 16th – 35 points
Oliver Goethe – 23rd – 3 points
MP Motorsport – 5th – 177 points
Publiée le October 11, 2021 par Lois de Bruin
The two last rounds of FRECA are hosted in Italy, and we started with the 9th round of the season in Mugello. It was a new track for the team and our drivers, because last year we only went to Imola and Monza. Dilano joined our FRECA team again, as a guest driver. The weekend had some ups and downs, with good qualifying sessions by Franco and Kas, and even double points in the second race, but unfortunately Franco was unlucky in the first race. This meant we were missing out on important points in the final stages of the season. Luckily, Race 2 made up for it!
Results qualifying 1:
P5 Franco Colapinto P12 Kas Haverkort P25 Dilano van ‘t Hoff P26 Oliver Goethe
Results qualifying 2:
P4 Franco Colapinto P6 Kas Haverkort P23 Dilano van ‘t Hoff P32 Oliver Goethe
Franco had a very good start and was immediately fighting for P4. Unfortunately, that didn’t last long. With no fault of him, he got stuck in a collision between Boya and David, he couldn’t go anywhere but end up in the gravel. Due to the collision, the safety car had to come out before the second lap started. Kas had a good start and gained 2 places, making him drive on P10. Oliver had a mega start as he started from P26 and found himself on P17 when the safety car came in. Dilano was driving on P22, gaining 3 places.
Kas remained very close to the cars in front of him during the restart. With 10 minutes left, Oliver made up whopping 10 places! Near the end of this first race, we had another safety car coming out when two cars collided. The safety car brought the grid together with only a few minutes left. Kas and Oliver both reacted very well during the restart and did not give up their position. Kas finished in the points on P10, Oliver on P15, and Dilano on P25.
Race 2 definitely started better for Franco, as there was no major chaos and he made it through the opening lap. Kas hold on to his position during the start and was driving behind Franco, who had to give up 1 position to Belov. Dilano remained in his position during the opening lap and Oliver gained a position, getting him to P31.
The top 10 didn’t change a lot during the race. Franco was driving in a gap as he had a few seconds between him and Belov, and Kas also was a few seconds behind him. Dilano was fighting in the back for P23, where he had to do a lot of defending. In the final minutes of the race, David overtook Kas for the 6th position. There was a gap of 4 seconds between David and Franco, who held on to his 5th place on the grid. Cohen lost it and ended in the gravel, which got the safety car to come out with 3 minutes left on the clock. They took care of his car quite quickly. With one more minute plus one lap, we raced again. It was a chaotic restart, where Franco had to defend a lot to keep David off throughout the end of the race. But then the final lap was red-flagged, as Ferati crashed and his car ended up in the middle of the track. Fortunately, he got out and was doing okay.
Franco kept his P5, Kas finished on P7, Dilano on P21, and Oliver on P28.
Current driver standings:
Franco Colapinto – 5th – 126 points
Kas Haverkort – 17th – 23 points
Oliver Goethe – 23rd – 3 points
MP Motorsport – 5th – 135 points
Publiée le September 27, 2021 par Jeffrey van Maanen
Twice on the podium with a third win this season!
An exciting weekend we had on Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, with Dilano debuting in FRECA as our fourth driver, and Franco trying to again dominate the field after last weekend on the Red Bull Ring.
Qualifying session 1
In this 20 minutes, session Dilano immediately started to get a feeling in his new car for the weekend, as we welcome him to the FRECA championship this weekend in cloudy conditions.
It is Franco who got his 3rd pole position in a row after dominating on the red bull ring two weeks ago! Dilano managed to get a well-deserved 19th place out of 34 drivers in his first qualifying session in the FRECA. Kas finished 14th and Oliver 22nd.
The first race for Dilano started with losing 1 spot at the start to Oliver who moved up to 18th. Meanwhile, Franco lost his position in the first corner but, he took it back the corner after in a good fight with home driver Vidales. Kas dropped to 17th on the opening lap but fought his way past Guanti for 16th place.
The first half of the race remained peaceful with little overtakes. Vidales puts pressure on Franco, but Franco is able to control the race very well. Further in the back Kas, Oliver and Dilano are unable to gain places and remain on 16th, 19th, and 20th position trying to create chances to overtake.
Franco and Vidales, clearly faster than the rest of the field with Boya in 3rd, are driving in sunny conditions to the podium. After 30 minutes of racing, it’s Franco who, once again, takes the win with another dominant race for us.
Kas moved up to 15th, Dilano remained on 20th, and Oliver moved down to 23rd in the last laps.
Qualifying session 2
The second qualifying session was on Sunday, early in the morning in sunny conditions, but the drivers found it difficult to find heat in the tires. In the end, it was Franco who just missed pole by two-tenths of a second behind Belov, as a red flag finished the session a bit earlier than usual. Franco was starting from the front row on the second spot. Behind him, in 16th place, Kas will try and fight his way forward as will Oliver and Dilano from 31st and 32nd place respectively. Their last fast laps got deleted due to track limits, with the stewards being very strict on the track limits.
The second race of the weekend started with Franco holding off Saucy to remain in 2nd position. Kas lost a position driving in 17th at the end of lap 1. Dilano got a whopping 5 positions making moves in various corners driving on 27th after lap 1, with Oliver close behind him. Kas manages to take back 2 places in the first half of the race, driving on the 15th position with 15 minutes to go. With 10 minutes left, Kas managed to get another place, Dilano and Oliver are still driving at 27th and 28th, while Franco tries to close the gap to Belov who is still leading the race.
The safety car comes out, as Dilano made contact with Garfias, and both drivers, unfortunately, had to retire. Ending a good first weekend for Dilano showing some skill with good overtakes and a qualifying session. Franco is trying to overtake Belov in the first few corners after the safety car came in, but he was not able to manage to take the lead and finishes the race in the 2nd position, with another podium for the team. Kas finishes 14th, also being unable to take another place in the last few laps, and Oliver finishes the race in 29th position.
All in all another successful weekend for our FRECA team, with a win and a 2nd place finish for Franco, showing the potential of the cars. Up next: Mugello in two weeks.
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