Posts Tagged ‘Renault F1’

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.

16 Dec 2009: F1: Renault stays on grid – but Prodrive misses out

Renault’s Oxfordshire-based F1 team has announced it will be on the 2010 grid after selling “a large stake” to a Luxembourg-based investment firm.

3 Dec 2009: F1: Is Renault selling out to Prodrive?

Renault’s exit plan from F1 competition could involve selling its Enstone operation to Prodrive, according to a report in a French newspaper.

25 Oct 2009: F1: Button takes the long way round to a 2010 drive with Brawn

Jenson’s driving style is well-known as one of the smoothest on the F1 grid. It’s a pity that the management side of things hasn’t always had the same reputation.

2 Oct 2009: F1: Suzuka still a mystery after rain stops play

McLaren’s Heikki Kovalainen topped a rain-soaked Suzuka practice session that saw an unusually large number of drivers venturing out to get their first-ever taste of the track, and then some cars not attempting to set a time at all.

21 Sep 2009: F1: Khan appears at Renault’s Russian demo event

The beleagured Renault F1 team to put its troubles to one side at the weekend and headed to Russia to drum up interest in a country which has been mooted as a possibility for a future race.

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.

7 Aug 2009: Through the photographers’ eyes: Triumphs and tragedies

The highs and lows of motor racing were put into stark contrast during July, and our latest round-up of the photography featured on Brits on Pole during the month catches the joy of victory, while reminding us of the price at which it can come.

 
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