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22 Aug 2009: F1: Anthony Davidson is actively seeking a 2010 drive

Former Super Aguri and Honda pilot Anthony Davidson is hoping the influx of new teams into Formula One may offer him an opportunity to return to the grid in 2010.

21 Aug 2009: F1: Alonso’s crowd-pleaser infuriates Heidfeld

Brawn are quietly confident about their weekend after two solid practice sessions that saw a subdued performance from title rivals Red Bull as well as fireworks from potential polesitters Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.

21 Aug 2009: Button: I have no contract for 2010

Jenson Button has confirmed that he is a free agent for next season right now, as Brawn does not have him signed up beyond the end of this season.

20 Aug 2009: User guide to the European Grand Prix

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.

20 Aug 2009: F1: Red Bull’s chance to tighten the screw on Brawn

Right, as you were, ladies and gentlemen. After our month’s enforced break from Formula One the carnival is on the road again and readying itself to roll into Valencia, one of the most unloved venues on the entire calendar.

20 Aug 2009: Mark Grain: the view from the McLaren garage

The chance to see what goes on behind the scenes at a Grand Prix is something that every single Formula One fan would love and precious few actually get. But McLaren have made the whole process that little bit more transparent.

19 Aug 2009: NASCAR’s success should inspire F1, says branding expert

Formula One risks being caught up by its rivals in the multi-million pound sports marketing battle – and could learn a thing or two from the commercial success of NASCAR, according to one expert working in the field.

19 Aug 2009: Q&A with Stuart Humm

Stuart Humm, who has responsibility for overseeing the commercial aspects of Shell’s technical partnership with Ferrari, talks to Brits on Pole in depth about branding, sponsorship and driver management.

17 Aug 2009: Donington Park: no news before September

Donington Park has said that no details of the progress of its construction work and fundraising attempts are going to be released before September.

17 Aug 2009: Will Middle Eastern money secure Silverstone’s F1 future?

Calling in Middle Eastern financiers is likely to be the only way the Silverstone circuit will ever be able to afford to bring its facilities up to the standards required by Formula One promoter Bernie Ecclestone, reports suggest.

 
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