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Ren Sato’s results in Super Formula are not meeting the expectations of Red Bull’s young driver taskmaster Helmut Marko, according to Team Goh boss Masashi Yamamoto.
Qualifying for the opening round of the new Super Formula season produced a shock front row, but both Ukyo Sasahara and Ren Sato would see their races quickly unravel.
For the first time since 2019, a fully paid-up member of the Red Bull Junior Team will be on the Super Formula grid this season. But just what can we expect from Ren Sato in 2022?
Team Goh says it is aiming to develop Honda junior drivers in Super Formula with the aim of allowing them to race overseas as part of the Red Bull Junior Team.
Team Goh has landed Red Bull sponsorship for its first season as an independent Super Formula outfit.
Few fans outside of Japan are likely to have heard of Atsushi Miyake, Team Goh’s pick for its second Super Formula seat. That might be partly because of his somewhat unconventional path since being dumped by Honda two years ago.
Team Goh's full return to racing this year in Super Formula has been motivated by a desire to help young drivers accelerate their careers internationally.
Ex-Honda junior Atsushi Miyake has been handed the chance to race in Super Formula by new-for-2022 outfit Team Goh.
There's a new team in the Honda Super Formula stable for 2022 in the form of Team Goh, which has yet to finalise its driver line-up. After missing out on a spot at Dandelion Racing, could super-sub Ukyo Sasahara finally get the permanent seat he deserves?
Alex Palou, who in Road America's first race of the weekend finished third in only his third NTT IndyCar Series start, says he’s expecting to keep getting faster as he gains more time and experience.
Alex Palou, Dale Coyne Racing with Team Goh’s rookie in the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series, says that he’s ready to fight for Rookie of the Year honors despite his limited testing.
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden has tipped new Dale Coyne Racing-Honda with Team Goh hotshot Alex Palou to win a tough Rookie of the Year battle.
Alex Palou, who has replaced Sebastien Bourdais in the Dale Coyne Racing team for 2020, says that making the move from Super Formula to the NTT IndyCar Series was “a dream and a goal to fulill.”