Tag: Circuit de Spa Francorchamps
F1: McLaren publishes Belgium GP appeal statement
McLaren has formally announced its intention to appeal against Lewis Hamilton’s demotion from first to third in the Belgian Grand Prix and has published the statement it has lodged with the FIA.Tagged as: Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Spa Francorchamps, Ferrari, FIA, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, McLaren
F1: Belgian Grand Prix live blog
It had everything – rain, racing, and a stewards’ decision to discuss into the night… read how the Belgian Grand Prix unfolded, lap by lap in our live blog.
GP2: Maldonado takes ‘last man standing’ win
An extraordinary weekend for the GP2 series was rounded off this morning when Pastor Maldonado managed a last-lap victory in the sprint race.
F1: Alonso gives Massa a run for his money in Spa practice
Golden boy Felipe Massa stamped his authority on the first session of Spa practice – but in the second a strong challenge from Renault’s Fernando Alonso saw him in the runners-up position on the unofficial timesheet.
F1: the lighter side of Belgium
For some reason the pre-race publicity for the Belgian Grand Prix has thrown up a bumper crop of funny quotes. We can only speculate that everyone connected with F1 is on a carbohydrate high from the waffles and the French fries.
F1: when to catch the Belgian Grand Prix in the UK
Wondering what time to get yourself in front of the telly or radio for the latest round in the F1 championship? Here are the broadcast times for the stations covering the Belgian Grand Prix in the UK.
F1: weather report for Belgian Grand Prix
It’s the run-in to perhaps the most exciting date in the F1 calendar – Spa-Francorchamps, a track deep in the Ardennes with enough drama to single-handedly do away with Belgium’s reputation for being boring. And what does the weather forecast say? Click here to find out.
British GP: what might replace it in 2010?
Clearly the best solution would be not to have to go down this road in the first place. But we think the prospect of no British race in 2010 is, unfortunately, very real. So, what might we be able to look forward to instead?