Posts Tagged ‘Formula One’

22 Jun 2008: F1: French Grand Prix in six words

Raikkonen’s mechanical woes and Trulli’s desperate defending meant that what might have been a processional race retained interest to the end. Here are our six word summaries of how all the drivers and teams performed.

20 Jun 2008: F1: when to catch the French 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 French Grand Prix in the UK.

20 Jun 2008: F1: French Grand Prix preview

Everything points to the French Grand Prix being Ferrari’s race this weekend. Kimi Raikkonen must make an impression on the drivers’ championship soon if he intends to keep his world title, and the blazing form shown by team-mate Felipe Massa is giving him a proper run for his money.

17 Jun 2008: F1: costs of sport are accelerating as focus changes

The costs of hosting a F1 grand prix race have grown from $11.3 million to $19.3 million in the last five years, according to an annual data report which checks out the health of the sport’s finances.

17 Jun 2008: F1: Mercedes go back to the future at French GP

McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen are due to celebrate 100 years of Mercedes race heritage at the French Grand Prix with demonstration laps in a 1908 race car.

16 Jun 2008: F1: Ecclestone stirs breakaway rumours in time for Magny Cours

Just when you thought it was safe to start reading French Grand Prix previews… along comes the formerly tight-lipped Bernie Ecclestone, now positively garrulous on the subject of a split from the FIA.

16 Jun 2008: F1: Anthony Davidson back in Honda car – briefly

Anthony Davidson was back behind the wheel of a Formula One car – albeit in a one-day testing role – just weeks after the demise of his Super Aguri team cost him his race drive.

9 Jun 2008: F1: Brundle in trouble after ‘pikey’ grid remark

Whoops – Lewis Hamilton wasn’t the only one with a red face in the aftermath of the Canadian Grand Prix this morning. Martin Brundle is is trouble for using the distinctly un-PC term ‘pikeys’ to describe the people repairing the damaged track surface.

8 Jun 2008: F1: what really revs Lewis Hamilton’s engine?

Lest any of our readers be concerned that Lewis Hamilton’s head is being turned by fame, fortune and success, fear not. Proof has come our way that the young man still knows exactly where his priorities should lie.

8 Jun 2008: F1: Get over yourselves, already, say Canadians

A circuit that is quite a joke? A disaster? A nightmare? That requires motorcross bikes? Regardless of events during yesterday’s qualifying session, the Canadian media has been telling F1 to get over itself this morning.

 
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