Posts Tagged ‘videos’
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.
So, what’s it like to drive a lap around Donington Park right now? That question has been answered – and you can see the results – after Motor Cycle News did a filmed tour of the out-of-action Leicestershire circuit.
12 Mar 2010: Sir Stirling Moss speaks from his hospital bed
British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss has updated supporters concerned about his condition following an accident at the weekend by filming a 40-second video message from his hospital bed – and having it posted on YouTube.
6 Sep 2009: SLF: Brilliant Bourdais is back with a bang
Sebastien Bourdais shrugged off his Formula One nightmare and rediscovered the taste of champagne by winning the 100,000 Euro ‘dash for the cash’ final as Superleague Formula visited Estoril in Portugal.
31 Aug 2009: IRL: Briscoe wins another Chicago thriller
Ryan Briscoe took a big step towards the IndyCar championship by winning pole position, the race and the bonus for leading the most laps at the Chicagoland Speedway – but the result was anything but the one-sided affair those statistics suggest.
30 Aug 2009: GP2: Hulkenberg net winner after troubled weekend
Nico Hulkenberg looks to be two weekends away from securing this year’s GP2 championship after extending his lead during a troubled weekend at Spa-Francorchamps – despite a retirement in the sprint race.
J.R. Hildebrand was confirmed as the 2009 Indy Lights champion during a fast-paced and closely fought Chicagoland 100 in which all the cars on the lead lap finished within three quarters of a second of each other.
Ryan Briscoe grabbed pole position for the PEAK Antifreeze and Motor Oil Indy 300 at Chicagoland Speedway – and with it a bonus championship point that might prove crucial in this tightest of tight IndyCar title battles.
24 Aug 2009: IRL: Franchitti wins as Conway finishes on a charge
Dario Franchitti led from start to finish to win an unexpectedly interesting Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma ahead of Ryan Briscoe, with under-fire Brit Mike Conway breathing down their necks in a potentially career-saving third place.