Posts Tagged ‘Formula One’
9 Sep 2007: F1: McLaren statement on Italian prosecution
The McLaren team has come out fighting following a visit from Italian law officials to their team headquarters at Monza.
8 Sep 2007: F1: Reports of legal action in Monza paddock
Italian law officials are reported to be planning a visit to McLaren team headquarters at Monza with the intention of instigating a criminal prosecution for sporting fraud, industrial espionage and embezzlement.
8 Sep 2007: F1: Davidson ‘chuffed’ after solid qualifying
Anthony Davidson will be starting the Italian Grand Prix from 14th on the grid after a solid qualifying performance that put the Super Aguri driver comfortably ahead of his nearest rivals.
David Coulthard has been felled in Monza qualifying by a reoccurrence of the dreaded transmission problems which are wrecking his team’s season.
8 Sep 2007: F1: Hamilton’s balance problems leave him second
Lewis Hamilton has been left in second place on the Monza grid after a struggle with the balance on his car left him fractionally slower his team-mate.
Time for a few blunt words on the subject of the escalating McLaren-Ferrari feud. Brits on Pole has a pretty good idea where it stands on this one – and it’s nowhere near the Scuderia.
29 Aug 2007: F1: Hamilton leads the field in Monza test
Great news for McLaren in advance of next Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton proved to be the fastest driver on day one of Monza testing yesterday.
29 Aug 2007: F1: Davidson just grateful to finish in Turkey
Anthony Davidson is taking the positives from his Turkey race despite a first-corner incident that compromised his entire day and came close to costing him the finish.