Posts Tagged ‘Ferrari’

30 Aug 2009: 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.

27 Aug 2009: 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?

19 Aug 2009: NASCAR’s success should inspire F1, says branding expert

Formula One risks being caught up by its rivals in the multi-million pound sports marketing battle – and could learn a thing or two from the commercial success of NASCAR, according to one expert working in the field.

19 Aug 2009: Q&A with Stuart Humm

Stuart Humm, who has responsibility for overseeing the commercial aspects of Shell’s technical partnership with Ferrari, talks to Brits on Pole in depth about branding, sponsorship and driver management.

26 Jul 2009: F1: Hungarian Grand Prix liveblog

Well, we’ll all be sitting down to watch this race in a pretty sombre mood, with Felipe Massa in hospital with an awful head injury after being hit by debris from Rubens Barrichello’s car in the second session of qualifying yesterday.

2 Jul 2009: Dare you venture Over the White Line?

A few things have changed with our Over the White Line feature since we started sending it out in newsletter form – and we thought you might like to know about them.

20 Jun 2009: Silverstone, the morning after the night before

It was quiet in the Ferrari garage – first practice was over, second was some way off, and team members were buried deep in their motorhome offices and meeting rooms, planning who-knows-what technical wizardry. For a team supposedly engaged in tearing Formula One asunder, there was very little evidence of turmoil.

3 Jun 2009: F1: Istanbul race is Massa’s – or Ferrari’s – to lose

If it’s the Turkish Grand Prix then the man with the heavy weight of expectation on his shoulders must be Jens… No, wait, it’s Felipe Massa.

21 May 2009: F1: iSport boss Jackson sheds no tears for Ferrari

iSport’s team principal Paul Jackson has come up with the best imaginable response to being ridiculed by Ferrari for not being worthy of a Formula One grid slot next year.

10 May 2009: F1: Spanish Grand Prix liveblog

Jenson Button on pole. Sebastian Vettel on the front row looking to make up for his qualifying mistake. Barrichello and Massa on row two with something to prove. Rain forecast. No wonder the pole-sitter has predicted first-corner mayhem.

 
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