It has been confirmed that thirteen teams will participate in the Season Eight championship. This means that there will be room for a new team to join the grid.
After a arguably difficult start to his Fast Orange career, Will Spargrove has made amends by winning the Belgian Grand Prix from pole position. Luigi Vitalio was challenging for the lead the whole race, however had to settle for 2nd; ahead of Jewel Barclay in 3rd.
Luiz Santos has won a thrilling British Grand Prix, having started from fifth on the grid. Jewel Barclay claimed his first podium of the season in 2nd, while his teamate Bruner finished in third having started on pole. After taking his third win of the season, the Brazilian is closing in on his fourth world drivers championship.
Luigi Vitalio has dominated the Portuguese Grand Prix from pole position, maintaining his lead for the whole race. The Lamborghini driver now brings himself within 14 points of championship leader, Gus Addison. Vitalio led home Daniel Bruner and Gus Addison to the chequered flag.
It has been confirmed that Daniel Bruner will remain at Nakley for the next two seasons. Daniel Bruner is currently third in the championship, having taken a win at the South African Grand Prix.
It has been confirmed that Saurabh Shah has been fired from Vehi Cross ahead of next weekends Portuguese Grand Prix. Fast Orange and Vehi Cross test driver Jeffery Crowe will replace him.
After a difficult and unlucky first part of the season, Mikko Heininen has won the Spanish Grand Prix. However this was not without his own luck as Daniel Bruner, Will Spargrove, and Jewel Barclay all suffered mechanical problems while leading. Ivan Pruett finished 2nd, while Mike Nadaruk finished in 3rd.
Luigi Vitalio has taken his second win of the season after finishing ahead of an unlcky Mikko Heininen. Gus Addison finished in 3rd to extend his world championship lead. Once again the race saw the demise of many drivers.
Reigning world champion Luiz Santos has been handed a one race ban following his collision in the South African Grand Prix. The Brazilian spun his Lamborghini into the wall before pulling out infront of Stuart Watts; causing a multi car pile up.
Daniel Bruner has managed to take his second win of his career, and the first for Nakley since season five. The race was not without carnage however, with three big names retiring from the race; this included pole sitter Mikko Heininen. Ivan Pruett finished in 2nd, while Gus Addison claimed 3rd and now leads the world championship.