Versatile documentation in the yearbook racing sport Switzerland 2019

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

Even with the 2019 edition, it is impossible to imagine motorsport fans' bookshelves without the Swiss Racing Sports Yearbook. In 34 chapters, journalist and author Peter Wyss has reflected on what is happening in Swiss motorsport on the national and international stage. The yearbook has been an integral part of the Swiss motorsport scene since 1984. The Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup can be found in the international formula racing series. In particular, the races and the evaluation of the SWISS Formula Cup are analysed. The book with its 356 pages and around 700 colour pictures is available at a price of Fr. 65,- plus postage and packing from Aktiv Verlag , 6370 Stans (Tel: 041-6191572) or online at

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Motorsport Yearbook published in Austria

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

The Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup is immortalized in the new edition of the yearbook Motorsport in Austria 2019. On several pages the seven racing events are described in short form with an appropriate selection of photos with the support of Dirk Hartung ( The yearbook reflects the entire motorsport in Austria on 288 pages with a total of 760 photos and 50 pages of statistics. The motorsport reading (price 39,90 EUR plus shipping) is considered a successful reference book not only for fans, but also for teams, drivers or sponsors.
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Mid May 2020 the new season starts at the Red Bull Ring

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

With six race weekends for the time being, the Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup has fixed its schedule for this year. A seventh event will be added. At present discussions are running in different directions. The company Drexler Automotive is again active 2020 as main sponsor. RAVENOL will be involved as a technical partner in the racing series as in 2019. Also on board is the company BIO-CIRCLE, as well as HORAG AG from Switzerland. The formula series will continue to compete on international race tracks with Formula 3, Formula Renault and Formula 4. If one counts Imola in the calendar as former Grand Prix track to it, the Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup 2020 drives on three Formula 1 racing tracks. In addition there are two race tracks with Mugello and Brno, where Moto GP is at home. "After the experiences of the past years we have again succeeded in putting together an attractive calendar for this year. We will be racing in Italy, Austria and the Czech Republic. When selecting the race tracks, we made sure that we could agree on reasonable general conditions", says coordinator Franz Wöss.

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Facts and figures: The 2019 balance

Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup

At the end of the year it is time to review the 2019 season in the Drexler-Automotive Formula Cup. In 2019 there were seven racing events (15 races) on the calendar. These took place partly on Formula 1 GP tracks or Moto GP tracks. At the Red Bull Ring the formula series had a record field with 36 participants. At the final on the Hungaroring there were 28 participants again. On average 26 drivers from 12 nations were at the start. The four rating classes with the Formula 3, Formula Renault 2.0, Formula 4 and Formula 3 Trophy proved themselves.

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