Tag: Brawn GP
Keeping the faith – a Brawn fan’s perspective on the F1 season so far
Who would have thought, when Honda pulled out of Formula One in December last year, that within three months the team would have been rescued and unveiled a very sprightly-looking car?Tagged as: Brawn GP, Formula One, Jenson Button, Ross Brawn, Rubens Barrichello
F1: On eve of Monza, teams now view KERS much more positively
It’s the eve of the Italian Grand Prix and the championship is wide open. You’re looking down the Monza straight and contemplating the fact that Ferrari and McLaren will be able to use that magic KERS button not once but twice as qualifying kicks off.
F1: Belgian Grand Prix liveblog
Well, who would have thought it? Force India would have been quite satisfied with an appearance in Q2 and thrilled with Q3. Instead veteran driver Giancarlo Fisichella is on pole on a topsy-turvy grid that sees the midfield players promoted to the front.
F1: Hamilton comes good on dry track to top timesheet
Lewis Hamilton has topped the timesheets in a dry second practice session at Spa after calling off the morning session thanks to heavy rain.
F1: Spa falters as crowds fail to flock to rural Belgium
With the Belgian Grand Prix just a few days away, are we seeing yet another threat to one of F1’s iconic racing circuits because of money troubles?
F1: Brawn seals sponsorship and starts driver talks
Brawn GP is in business for the next three years, according to its chief executive Nick Fry, and will now be opening contractual negotiations with its drivers.Tagged as: Brawn GP, Jenson Button, Nick Fry, Ross Brawn, Rubens Barrichello, Virgin
F1: European Grand Prix liveblog
The first F1 race for a month and suddenly the form book has been rewritten – McLaren have seemingly overcome the development problems that wrecked the early part of their season and shut out the front row.
F1: Lewis on pole as McLaren shut out Valencia front row
McLaren signalled their recent return to form was no fluke by dominating qualifying on the Valencia street circuit to lock out the front row for the European Grand Prix.
F1: Alonso’s crowd-pleaser infuriates Heidfeld
Brawn are quietly confident about their weekend after two solid practice sessions that saw a subdued performance from title rivals Red Bull as well as fireworks from potential polesitters Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.
Button: I have no contract for 2010
Jenson Button has confirmed that he is a free agent for next season right now, as Brawn does not have him signed up beyond the end of this season.