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F1: The Times calls on Dennis to resign
Never let it be said that the British press isn’t even-handed. The Sunday Times has recently become embroiled in a row with the FIA over remarks by Martin Brundle calling the organisation’s impartiality into question, a row that now requires the intervention of m’learned friends. And today its sister paper has Ron Dennis in its sights.
Mark Blundell: “If I’m not in it, I can’t win it”
It’s a sunny spring day in a pretty market town in Hertfordshire’s most northerly corner and, as shoppers bustle through Royston’s winding streets, the hectic, fast-paced world of motor racing could not seem further away.
Mark Blundell eyes Indy’s $5 million challenge
Mark Blundell has announced that he is to step up his racing career in 2011 – and has also revealed that he has an eye on the $5 million prize being offered by the US IndyCar series.
F1: Lewis and Anthony Hamilton to end their professional relationship
This week we learned how Lewis Hamilton had lost a manager and gained a father.
F2: Field strengthens as drivers follow Soucek’s lead
Formula Two’s second winter test kicks off tomorrow in Portimão with McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver award winner Dean Smith, Atlantic Championship runner-up Jonathan Summerton and ex-Formula Renault UK champion Duncan Tappy among the drivers taking part.
Jenson Button’s route to the Formula One world championship
The 2009 Formula One season was a rollercoaster with changes to the regulations that provided breathtaking racing and the end to the traditional dominance of teams like Ferrari and McLaren. The reborn Honda team had a near-perfect season after claiming both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships. And, away from the race-track a succession of rows,…
Ten great books about motorsport
One of the best ways of getting insight into the world of racing is to read accounts by those who have been there and done it. Below is a list of books written either by drivers, respected motorsport journalists or some combination of the above which give a first-hand glimpse into the sport we all…
Tom Wheatcroft: 1922-2009
The British racing community has paid tribute to Tom Wheatcroft – the building contractor and racing enthusiast who renovated Donington Park in the 1970s and brought a F1 championship race to the circuit.
Williams F1 team will assist Surtees death investigation
Williams’ technical director Sam Michael has confirmed that the Formula One team is to be involved in the investigation into the death of F2 driver Henry Surtees, who lost his life after being hit by a wheel that had broken free from a rival’s car.