Category: Race series
F1: Hamilton does enough to stay favourite
Lewis Hamilton will not be sweeping majestically to the world championship from pole at the Brazilian Grand Prix tomorrow – but second place on the grid leaves him well positioned when the dogfight begins.
F1: Coulthard blunders his way into top 10
David Coulthard managed to qualify ninth for tomorrow’s Brazilian Grand Prix – but to listen to him, it’s a wonder the Scot isn’t on the back row.
F1: Davidson undone by change in conditions
Everything was looking promising for Super Aguri in Brazilian Grand Prix practice as the track developed grip – but a total change before qualification sent Anthony Davidson slipping to the back of the field.
F1: Hamilton splashes to the edge of glory
Brits on Pole returned from a wet week in a tent on Exmoor to find that Lewis Hamilton had also been playing in the rain and now stands a hair’s-breadth away from making history following the Japanese Grand Prix.
A1GP: Brits ramp up preparations for new season
Both Team GBR drivers are looking forward to their final opportunity to get to grips with their car before the A1GP season starts in the Netherlands in a fortnight’s time.Tagged as: A1 Team GBR, A1GP, Oliver Jarvis, Robbie Kerr, Silverstone
Champ Car: No rest for the wicked at Minardi
Most of the Champ Car paddock is enjoying the long break between the European races and their next outing in Australia – but not so Dan Clarke and the rest of Minardi Team USA.Tagged as: Champ Car, Dan Clarke, Keith Wiggins, Minardi, Paul Stoddart, Robert Doornbos, Surfers Paradise
A1GP: Pre-season news in brief
A quick round-up of the latest news from A1GP.Tagged as: A1 Team GBR, A1 Team Ireland, A1GP, biofuels, Oliver Jarvis, Ralph Firman, Robbie Kerr, Silverstone
F1: New ‘spy row’ twist threatens to involve Renault
Here we go again. Rumours of a new F1 spy row involving the leaking to Renault of sensitive commercial data belonging to McLaren have surfaced in the wake of last week’s events.Tagged as: FIA, Flavio Briatore, Formula One, McLaren, Renault F1
F1: Hamilton ‘hasn’t given up on title’
Lewis Hamilton was left in no doubt whatsoever about his main rival for this year’s F1 drivers’ title after team-mate Fernando Alonso sent him flying off the race-track in the opening seconds of the Belgian Grand Prix.