Born in 1994, Mitch Evans has been a racing driver for most of his life. Mitch won the 2012 GP3 Series with MW Arden.
It's when you consider that at 18 years of age he has won more races and earned more titles than most of his competitors will do in a lifetime that you realize there is something much more here than just another successful New Zealand racing driver.
Evans taken out on second lap at GP2 MonzaA skirmish on the second lap eliminated Mitch Evans from the Monza GP2 Feature race in Italy overnight. The young New Zealander started 16th after another fraught qualifying session, made up four places on the opening lap; but was clouted by Simon Trummer at the apex of the first chicane on the second lap. Read More »
Evans playing catch up at SpaEngine overheating in practice meant Mitch Evans was playing catch up in qualifying and endured a frustrating drive to finish just outside the points in the GP2 Feature race at Spa Francorchamps overnight. Read More »