17 Sep 2007: A1GP: Brits ramp up preparations for new season
Both Team GBR drivers are looking forward to their final opportunity to get to grips with their car before the A1GP season starts in the Netherlands in a fortnight’s time.
17 Sep 2007: Champ Car: No rest for the wicked at Minardi
Most of the Champ Car paddock is enjoying the long break between the European races and their next outing in Australia – but not so Dan Clarke and the rest of Minardi Team USA.
Brits on Pole is an open wheel racing fansite but, at times like this, who cares about fine distinctions? Motorsport has too few genuine legends not to mourn the loss of a driver of Colin McRae’s calibre.
16 Sep 2007: GP2: Conway consistent as Carroll spins
Mike Conway has seen a dramatic change in his recent fortunes, leaving Spa-Francorchamps with a pair of fifth places in his pocket after GP2′s Belgian round.
15 Sep 2007: F1: expect first-corner charge, says Hamilton
McLaren may have ended up second best to rivals Ferrari off the track and in qualifying this week but neither Lewis Hamilton, nor anyone else in the team, is conceding that the Belgian Grand Prix itself will turn out the same way.
15 Sep 2007: F1: Davidson on back row, no-one much surprised
Super Aguri knew they were in for a rough time in qualifying – and so it proved, with Anthony Davidson starting on the back row for the first time since his Spa appearance for Minardi in 2002.
15 Sep 2007: F1: Coulthard must make experience count
A terse David Coulthard will be relying on his years of race experience after failing to make the most of his Red Bull’s potential in qualifying at Spa.
13 Sep 2007: F1 spy verdict: Racing legends shocked and staggered
The magnitude of the punishment handed out to McLaren by the World Motor Sport Council has astonished much of the racing community.
13 Sep 2007: F1 spy verdict: Ferrari smug as McLaren mugged
McLaren has been fined $100m and docked all its 2007 constructors’ points a in ‘spygate’ verdict that team boss Ron Dennis called undeserved but rivals Ferrari lauded as satisfactory.