Category: Race series
A1GP: British race timetable
Looking to catch the events at Brands Hatch this weekend? Here’s the official timetable listing everything that is going on.Tagged as: A1GP, Brands Hatch
A1GP: Fans back Carroll in final shoot-out
It’s Team Ireland or bust this weekend for the A1GP finale at Brands Hatch – so it’s a good thing that our boy from Portadown is in with a shot at the title.Tagged as: A1 Team GBR, A1 Team Ireland, A1 Team Pakistan, A1GP, Aaron Steele, Adam Carroll, Adam Khan, Brands Hatch, Dan Clarke
A1GP: Can Carroll take the title for Ireland? Good question…
Right, get your thinking hats on if you want to have any hope of understanding what’s happening with the A1GP season-ender at Brands Hatch this weekend.Tagged as: A1 Team Ireland, A1 Team Netherlands, A1 Team Switzerland, A1GP, Adam Carroll, Brands Hatch
F1: Mandelson leans on Ecclestone over British GP – and other stories
Here’s some further reading for those of you following the fate of the 2010 British Grand Prix – things have really been kicking off today under cover of the McLaren penalty. Is Bernie really now the race promoter…?
F1: McLaren handed a three-race ban – suspended
McLaren have been given a suspended three-race ban for misleading stewards at the Australian Grand Prix, as team principal Martin Whitmarsh’s strategy for handling the crisis was shown to have paid off admirably.Tagged as: Australian Grand Prix, FIA, Formula One, Martin Whitmarsh, McLaren, World Motor Sport Council
A1GP: Season to end at Brands thanks to swine flu scare
Mexico’s swine flu crisis has led to the cancellation of the final date of the A1GP series – meaning that Brands Hatch will once again be hosting the season finale.Tagged as: A1GP, Aaron Steele, Brands Hatch, Dan Clarke, Tony Teixeira
F1: McLaren verdict is due from FIA
Today the McLaren F1 team is due to go to Paris and face the consequences of its actions following the Australian Grand Prix held in Melbourne this year.
F1: Ecclestone says banks no longer backing Donington
The banks working with Donington Park’s promoter to fund essential upgrades in time for the 2010 British Grand Prix have reportedly “pulled back” – according to none other than Formula One promoter Bernie Ecclestone.
F1: Ecclestone hints McLaren might be spared harsh penalty
On the eve of McLaren’s appearance in front of the World Motorsport Council on five charges of bringing Formula One into disrepute, there is a glimmer of hope for the team of the reigning world champion.