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21 May 2009: Brawn GP announces support for Stevens

Jenson Button is not the only former Honda driver enjoying a bit of good news at the moment. Development squad member Will Stevens gets to continue on the Brawn GP books.

21 May 2009: F1: iSport boss Jackson sheds no tears for Ferrari

iSport’s team principal Paul Jackson has come up with the best imaginable response to being ridiculed by Ferrari for not being worthy of a Formula One grid slot next year.

21 May 2009: F1: Brawn knocked back by Rosberg and Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton must be hopeful that his much-criticised MP4-24 will have some traction on the streets of Monaco this weekend after he came close to topping the second-practice timesheets – behind session specialist Nico Rosberg.

20 May 2009: F1: User guide to the Monaco Grand Prix

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

20 May 2009: Monaco Grand Prix shines despite F1 stormclouds

It’s not a very pleasant irony to find yourself writing a preview of the iconic Monaco Grand Prix, one of the world’s truly great motor races, while awaiting the outcome of a court case that could severely affect the future of F1.

18 May 2009: Could the BRDC sell Silverstone?

Claims that the Silverstone race circuit could be put up for sale in order to ease financial pressures on its owners have been made by a newspaper this weekend.

15 May 2009: F1: Lola jumps in – as teams and FIA fail to agree deal

It’s a good thing, really, that racecar manufacturer Lola has confirmed that it is throwing its hat into the F1 ring for 2010. Because, at the rate things are going, only a handful of the existing competitors could be there to join the prospective newcomers.

14 May 2009: F1: That Lewis Hamilton’s a diamond geezer…

McLaren drivers Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen will be letting the Monaco Grand Prix go to their heads – by once again wearing helmets decorated with Steinmetz diamonds.

14 May 2009: F1: Litespeed is latest team to declare entry

Norfolk-based F3 team Litespeed is the latest to declare that it plans to apply for a 2010 entry to the Formula One championship – with a little help from Mike Gascoyne.

13 May 2009: F1: What effect will a pull-out have in the UK?

If the teams and manufacturers threatening to boycott next year’s Formula One championship were to make good on that threat, how big an impact would it have on the UK’s motorsport industry?

 
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