Posts Tagged ‘Ferrari’

13 Mar 2010: F1: The British boffins powering Ferrari past the refuelling ban

On the eve of Jenson Button’s championship defence, we look at how the scientists at the Shell Technology Centre in Thornton, Chester, are working with Ferrari to show him a clean pair of heels.

13 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Hamilton puts the hammer down in Jerez

Lewis Hamilton put in the fastest time of any set during the four days of testing at Jerez as all the teams seized on a dry afternoon to make their drivers work for their salaries.

12 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Alguersuari gives the home fans a thrill

Toro Rosso’s Jaime Alguersuari turned an already strong showing by Toro Rosso at Jerez into a timesheet-topping performance today, narrowly besting his team-mate Sebastien Buemi who had scored second place on both the previous days.

10 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Rosberg defeats the rain to top Jerez timesheet

Nico Rosberg shone for Mercedes GP on track at Jerez today after rain blighted the first day of resumed F1 testing for many of the teams.

3 Feb 2010: F1 testing: Button says ‘times mean nothing’ on first run-out

Jenson Button warned McLaren fans not to read much into the times he set at testing in Valencia after his debut for the team saw him finish fifth-fastest of seven drivers, ahead only of rookies Vitaly Petrov and Nico Hulkenberg.

4 Jan 2010: What have fans been talking about in the off-season?

What have racing fans found to talk about since the end of the season? We try to find some answers with blog analysis tool IceRocket.

30 Sep 2009: F1: Will we see back-to-back British champions at Suzuka?

Jenson Button could theoretically win the Formula One Drivers’ Championship at Suzuka this weekend if he finishes far enough ahead of team-mate Rubens Barrichello.

26 Sep 2009: A1GP: Series sends out mixed messages about the future

The financial future of A1GP has been secured, with funds available to pay existing creditors and see the series through the next three years, according to its boss Tony Teixeira.

13 Sep 2009: F1: Italian Grand Prix liveblog

What are we expecting this morning? Well, Lewis Hamilton’s pole to prove a little bit shaky, for a start, KERS or no KERS.

9 Sep 2009: F1: On eve of Monza, teams now view KERS much more positively

It’s the eve of the Italian Grand Prix and the championship is wide open. You’re looking down the Monza straight and contemplating the fact that Ferrari and McLaren will be able to use that magic KERS button not once but twice as qualifying kicks off.

 
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