Preview: Hockenheim
May 4, 2022

Three years after its last appearance at Hockenheim, the BOSS GP Racing Series will be back at the start of the traditional event in honour of Jim Clark next weekend.

Meet the new series coordinator
April 15, 2022

The Italian gearhead Dario Pergolini is the new series coordinator of the BOSS GP Racing Series. Since the beginning of this year, Dario Pergolini has been coordinating the organisation of

Formula 1 ”just for fun”
March 11, 2022

Ulf Ehninger from Tübingen in Germany surprisingly won the BOSS GP OPEN class title in 2021. We spoke to the defending champion ahead of the season opener in Hockenheim (6-8

Now or never
February 15, 2022

Teams and drivers can only register for this season until Friday (18 February 2022) at a special price. Interested petrolheads can find the registration form (available as a PDF and

Join us in 2022
January 26, 2022

The registration for the 2022 BOSS GP Racing Series season is now open for teams and drivers. It is now possible to register for the 2022 season, which runs until

A class of its own: SUPER LIGHTS
January 22, 2022

Great demand: Formula 3000 and V6 World Series by Renault/Nissan will again have their own classification within the BOSS GP Racing Series in 2022. Europe’s fastest racing series is expanding

First look at 2022
December 31, 2021

Seven race events on the calendar for the BOSS GP Racing Series in 2022. Among them the return to France. The 28th season of the only true Big Open single

Report Race 2 Monza
October 3, 2021

Grande Finale in Monza. The fastest race series in Europe more than lived up to its name, under the most difficult conditions Ulf Ehninger was crowned the new champion of

Report Race 1 Monza
October 2, 2021

Championship decision postponed: Already the pre-start threw the qualifying into disarray. In the end, FORMULA Champion Marco Ghiotto won in the Monza Park and spoke of an “easy” victory. With

Report Qualifying Monza
October 2, 2021

A turbulent qualifying session for the GlobeAir Grande Finale at the Royal Park of Monza ultimately brought a pole position for Ingo Gerstl and a tragic hero in Phil Stratford.