F1: Super Aguri is safe, Davidson looks on the bright side
Talk about making the best of a bad situation. Super Aguri’s tightrope-walk in search of the funding that would ensure their survival wasn’t all bad, according to Anthony Davidson.
F1: Davidson should have Aguri race drive
Fears that F1’s most cash-strapped team might not even make it as far as the Melbourne grid seem to have been allayed – for the time being. And that’s good news for British driver Anthony Davidson, who is still waiting to sign a contract for 2008.
F1: Davidson gets a feel for 2008 car
Anthony Davidson had a taste of what is in store for him during the 2008 season when he kicked off winter testing for Super Aguri yesterday.
F1: Davidson’s team posts £4.5m loss
Super Aguri, home of the British driver Anthony Davidson, has just revealed its financial figures for its first year in business – and they amount to a Â£4.5 million loss.
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: Spa’s another day at the office for Davidson
The Spa circuit may have a reputation for being one of the most challenging and exciting on the F1 calendar – but it didn’t do much for Anthony Davidson this year.
F1: Davidson on back row, no-one much surprised
Super Aguri knew they were in for a rough time in qualifying – and so it proved, with Anthony Davidson starting on the back row for the first time since his Spa appearance for Minardi in 2002.
F1: Davidson plays with the big boys at Monza
Anthony Davidson spent an enjoyable afternoon at Monza, battling with drivers of vastly greater experience and working to cement a growing reputation as more than just a qualifying specialist.
F1: Davidson ‘chuffed’ after solid qualifying
Anthony Davidson will be starting the Italian Grand Prix from 14th on the grid after a solid qualifying performance that put the Super Aguri driver comfortably ahead of his nearest rivals.
F1: Davidson just grateful to finish in Turkey
Anthony Davidson is taking the positives from his Turkey race despite a first-corner incident that compromised his entire day and came close to costing him the finish.