Posts Tagged ‘FIA’

8 May 2009: Donington regains track licence

Donington Park’s interrupted racing season can resume after safety improvements following construction made the grade and led to it being awarded a new licence.

4 May 2009: F1: Is British GP protected by the Concorde Agreement?

The possibility of crucial protection for the British Grand Prix and four other classic European races to remain on F1’s calendar has emerged – courtesy of an unnamed team principal.

29 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren handed a three-race ban – suspended

McLaren have been given a suspended three-race ban for misleading stewards at the Australian Grand Prix, as team principal Martin Whitmarsh’s strategy for handling the crisis was shown to have paid off admirably.

25 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren puts its hands up to all charges

McLaren has moved to seize the initiative on the verge of its appearance in front of the FIA on Wednesday on charges of bringing Formula One into disrepute.

23 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren’s sponsors ask for tolerance

Commercial and sporting interests are set to collide head-on when McLaren is summoned to the FIA courtroom to answer five charges of lying to stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.

23 Apr 2009: British GP doomed as Wheatcroft sues Gillett for return of Donington lease?

The death-blow to Donington Park’s hopes of staging the British Grand Prix may have been struck today – by circuit owner Tom Wheatcroft, suing Simon Gillett’s company for nearly £2.5 million in unpaid rent.

16 Apr 2009: F1: Diffuser decision is good news for Button

The aerodynamics that provide such a fundamental part of Jenson Button’s double race-winning car are legal, according to a decision by FIA stewards yesterday.

7 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren to face the FIA music

McLaren has been summoned to appear before the World Motorsport Council at the end of March to explain its employees’ actions in misleading race stewards following the Australian Grand Prix.

5 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren’s problems are far from over

The Malaysian Grand Prix weekend might be drawing to a close, but there seems to still be plenty of trouble in store for McLaren.

3 Apr 2009: Opinion: Why we need to accept Hamilton’s apology and move on

Now Lewis Hamilton has apologised for his behaviour in Australia he should be allowed to get on with what he’s good at – it’s not in our interests as fans to keep bashing him. And here’s why.

 
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