Posts Tagged ‘Pedro de la Rosa’
Williams rookie Nico Hulkenberg narrowly beat double world champion Fernando Alonso to the unofficial timesheet’s top spot during today’s testing at the Circuit de Catalunya.
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.
Ferrari’s Felipe Massa returned to the race track today for his first proper day at the office since a horrific accident at the Hungaroring in July looked to have put an end to his racing career – and promptly stuck his car at the top of the unofficial timesheet.
19 Jan 2010: British DTM stars testing F1 cars
Mercedes DTM stars Paul di Resta and Gary Paffett are both set for roles as test drivers with F1 teams next year. And one of them has his eye on a race seat in 2011.
Sick of the grim news from Brackley? Needing to play a little mental ‘fantasy F1 team manager’ to raise your spirits? Well, here’s a far-fetched proposition to put a smile on your face – di Resta and Paffet both lining up on the grid for Force India.
Holding onto a world title is no mean feat at the best of times – but what is McLaren planning to do in the face of what it describes as the most comprehensive shake-up of regulations in the history of the sport?
14 Nov 2008: Over the white line: Lewis’ biggest challenge yet
Now the F1 season’s come to a close we’ve decided to experiment with a new weekly feature that rounds up a lot of the lesser-spotted stories from the week’s news and sport coverage.