Dean Stoneman1990-07-24 (age 31)
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Dean Stoneman has been dropped from the Manor Ginetta LMP1 team's line-up for next month's Le Mans 24 Hours.
Red Bull has arguably the most extensive driver development problem of all, but the energy drinks giant isn't afraid of dropping drivers who, in their opinion, are simply aren't good enough.
Dean Stoneman has stepped down from his Blancpain GT Series drive with the Strakka McLaren squad ahead of next weekend's Spa 24 Hours.
Junior single-seater ace Dean Stoneman and BTCC runner-up Sam Tordoff are among the drivers named in Strakka's Blancpain GT line-up for 2017.
Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 all created some great racing this year. But now it’s time to separate those who produced occasional eye-catching performances from those who operated at that level all season.
Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 title contenders have virtually guaranteed thrilling first rounds of the final event of their season, following qualifying at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Dean Stoneman, Shelby Blackstock and Dalton Kellett were impressed with their first test of IndyCar power and downforce after their inaugural test at Watkins Glen yesterday.
Will Power led the times in Thursday’s test at Watkins Glen International, and though stunned at the grip levels, admitted he’s worried about the prospective quality of the racing.
Dean Stoneman, Shelby Blackstock and Dalton Kellett will test the team’s IndyCars at Watkins Glen next month.
The Andretti Autosport ace has his first street, road and oval Indy Lights races under his belt, and has scored his first podium.
Santiago Urrutia came from third on the grid, made a stunning pass on polesitter Ed Jones and headed off into the distance to earn his first Lights win.
Andretti Autosport’s newbies in IndyCar and Indy Lights are enthusiastic about their prospects at Phoenix International Raceway.
Beating cancer to resume his racing career, the 2010 Formula 2 champion has proven capable of miracles. Now Dean Stoneman has set his sights on IndyCar. But… first things first, as he explains.
RC Enerson reminded everyone at Phoenix International Raceway that while promising rookies have stolen headlines this off-season, an Indy Lights veteran can still show the way.
Formula Renault 2.0 racers Ben Barnicoat and Matevos Isaakyan topped the two respective sessions of the opening day of F3.5 testing at Motorland Aragon.
British youngster Callum Ilott and newly-crowned Euroformula Open champion Vitor Baptista are among the drivers who will get a shot in Formula 3.5 machinery as testing resumes at Aragon.
Red Bull junior driver Dean Stoneman will make his GP2 debut this weekend at Sochi, joining Carlin in place of Julian Leal.
The Racing Steps Foundation protégé stopped the clock in 1:41.961 to lead from the Strakka Racing duo of rookie Gustav Malja and Cypriot Tio Ellinas.
Fortec Motorsports’ Oliver Rowland took victory in the Formula Renault 3.5’s Race 1 of the Red Bull Ring weekend. This was his fourth win of the season.
The Hungaroring will mark the third round of the 2015 World Series by Renault.
Since 2010, Motorland Aragón has hosted the opening round of the World Series by Renault.
ART Grand Prix’s Marvin Kirchhöfer fastest, Alex Lynn takes title
Dean Stoneman is the only driver who can mathematically prevent Alex Lynn from becoming the fifth GP3 champion.
A brand new venue for the GP3 drivers to contest.