Breaking news: Donington plans are in
Donington Park has announced, via its website, its plans for redevelopment ready for the 2010 British Grand Prix and confirmed that they have been submitted to North West Leicestershire District Council.Tagged as: British Grand Prix, Donington Park, Formula One
Opinion: could this possibly be the saving of Donington?
Could the resignations of members of Donington Park’s senior management plus its PR company be the catalyst that saves the British Grand Prix?Tagged as: Bernie Ecclestone, British Grand Prix, Donington Park, Lee Gill, Silverstone, Simon Gillett
F1: Alonso gives Massa a run for his money in Spa practice
Golden boy Felipe Massa stamped his authority on the first session of Spa practice – but in the second a strong challenge from Renault’s Fernando Alonso saw him in the runners-up position on the unofficial timesheet.
Breaking news: Donington director Lee Gill quits
Autosport has just broken the news that Donington Park’s Chief Operating Officer Lee Gill has ended his involvement with the circuit and the company that runs it.Tagged as: British Grand Prix, Donington Park, Formula One, Lee Gill, Simon Gillett
F1: the lighter side of Belgium
For some reason the pre-race publicity for the Belgian Grand Prix has thrown up a bumper crop of funny quotes. We can only speculate that everyone connected with F1 is on a carbohydrate high from the waffles and the French fries.
F1: when to catch the Belgian Grand Prix in the UK
Wondering what time to get yourself in front of the telly or radio for the latest round in the F1 championship? Here are the broadcast times for the stations covering the Belgian Grand Prix in the UK.
F1: weather report for Belgian Grand Prix
It’s the run-in to perhaps the most exciting date in the F1 calendar – Spa-Francorchamps, a track deep in the Ardennes with enough drama to single-handedly do away with Belgium’s reputation for being boring. And what does the weather forecast say? Click here to find out.
Why money can’t buy Vijay Mallya everything
We all assume that it must be a great life being a billionaire – the yachts, the lavish parties, the political influence. But maybe there are annoyances that those of us on more modest incomes have never suspected.Tagged as: Force India, Formula One, Silverstone, Vijay Mallya
F1: Lewis would be a â€œvery acceptableâ€ champion
Lewis Hamilton could potentially do more for the image of F1 as world champion than either Fernando Alonso or Kimi Raikkonen, according to Bernie Ecclestone.