Archive for the ‘F1’ Category

2 Jul 2009: F1: Put DC on the spot in the BBC’s Q&A

Got a question for veteran F1 driver, top all-time British points-scorer and newly-minted BBC broadcaster David Coulthard? Well, here’s your chance to ask it.

29 Jun 2009: F1: Coulthard says “2009 could have been my year”

David Coulthard might be regretting his decision to quit F1 for a more leisurely life as a BBC summariser, in light of his old team’s recent race-winning form, according to an interview in a Scottish newspaper.

28 Jun 2009: F1: Manor gets its first taste of paddock politics

F1 newcomer Manor is getting its first taste of paddock politics after it was revealed the FOTA teams are preparing a formal complaint against FIA chief steward Alan Donnelly over the handling of its PR strategy.

28 Jun 2009: F1: Can Williams and Force India repair FOTA damage?

The Williams F1 squad, suspended from the Formula One Teams’ Association for beating its own path to the FIA’s door over 2010 entry, is now hoping that it can come back in from the cold and join the other teams in shaping the future of the sport.

24 Jun 2009: Updated: FIA reveals rules for unified F1 in 2010 – including Mosley’s retirement

A deal has been struck that will prevent the breakaway of eight Formula One teams to form a new series, according to a FIA statement following a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Paris this morning.

21 Jun 2009: F1: Vettel begins fightback with crushing win

Sebastian Vettel poured a bucket of cold water over the feverish excitement at Silverstone by turning the British Grand Prix into a demonstration drive as Red Bull Racing scored their second 1-2 finish of the year.

21 Jun 2009: F1: British Grand Prix liveblog

The grandstands are fast filling up at Silverstone for what could be any or none of the following: the last F1 race at Silverstone; the last British Grand Prix; the last race under the Formula One banner. But the fans don’t care – they’ve come to watch the racing.

21 Jun 2009: Opinion: Bernie’s British Grand Prix climbdown is a trap

F1 rights holder Bernie Ecclestone went on live television from the British Grand Prix paddock on Saturday and said the words that a nation’s motorsport fans desperately wanted to hear: there will be a race in 2010, and it could be at Silverstone. So what was the catch?

20 Jun 2009: F1: In the Silverstone pitlane with Shell and Ferrari

They’re the people you don’t usually see – the scientists and engineers whose expertise and hard work behind the scenes make reality out of Formula One’s proud boast to represent the cutting edge of motorsport. Hear them in their own words.

20 Jun 2009: F1: Button undone as Vettel takes Silverstone pole

Sebastian Vettel took pole for the British Grand Prix ahead of Rubens Barrichello, as the battle between Brawn GP and Red Bull for supremacy showed signs of starting to swing away from the championship-leading newcomers.

 
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