Formula BMW


Formula BMW

1 Robert Wickens began the 2006 season with Apex Racing USA, before switching to EuroInternational.
2 Tim Bridgman competed in a small independent family-run team.
3 Some data not available for the FBMW Asia championship.

Race of Champions

In 2005, a special Formula BMW invitational event was held as part of the Race of Champions at the Stade de France in Paris. BMW invited one driver from each of the four championships: Canada's Robert Wickens from the USA; Nico Hülkenberg from the German series; Dean Smith from the UK; and Bahrain's Salman Al Khalifa from the Asian championship. Wickens was the 2005 Rookie of the Year in the US, and was up against the champions from the other series, but showed his potential by winning the event. [ [http://www.f1prospects.com/2005/12/formula_bmw_usa.html Wickens wins Race of Champions shoot-out] "F1prospects.com", December 5 2005. Retrieved on January 20 2007.]

External links

* [http://www.f1prospects.com/formula_bmw/ F1prospects.com]
* [http://forix.autosport.com/ Forix.autosport.com]
* [http://www.formulabmwusa.com Formula BMW USA]
* [http://www.formulabmwuk.com Formula BMW UK]
* [http://www.afos.com/fbmw.php Formula BMW Pacific]

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