Posts Tagged ‘McLaren’

8 May 2009: F1: Can Alonso shine in Barcelona?

Could a combination of new parts and guts from Fernando Alonso in front of his home crowd possibly bring home a maiden 2009 grand prix win for Renault?

29 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren handed a three-race ban – suspended

McLaren have been given a suspended three-race ban for misleading stewards at the Australian Grand Prix, as team principal Martin Whitmarsh’s strategy for handling the crisis was shown to have paid off admirably.

28 Apr 2009: F1: Ecclestone hints McLaren might be spared harsh penalty

On the eve of McLaren’s appearance in front of the World Motorsport Council on five charges of bringing Formula One into disrepute, there is a glimmer of hope for the team of the reigning world champion.

26 Apr 2009: F1: Bahrain Grand Prix live blog

While we can probably expect good weather for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix, no-one is entirely discounting sandstorms, of the kind that wrecked testing at the circuit earlier in the year.

25 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren puts its hands up to all charges

McLaren has moved to seize the initiative on the verge of its appearance in front of the FIA on Wednesday on charges of bringing Formula One into disrepute.

24 Apr 2009: F1: Form book back to normal in the desert?

There may be sand on the track, drivers and teams may be in a jetlagged no man’s land between Asian and European time zones – but at least the weather is predictable.

24 Apr 2009: F1: Could a new British team soon be racing?

Just as McLaren teeters on the edge of being shown the door out of F1, we learn that at least two other British teams are weighing up the pros and cons of entry.

23 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren’s sponsors ask for tolerance

Commercial and sporting interests are set to collide head-on when McLaren is summoned to the FIA courtroom to answer five charges of lying to stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.

19 Apr 2009: F1: Chinese Grand Prix liveblog

Three races into the season and we’re back in China already – where it’s raining and all bets about tyre strategies are off. The engine to have in qualifying was the Renault, with the Red Bulls and Fernando Alonso up the front – but the Brawns are lurking dangerously. Follow it live here.

18 Apr 2009: F1: Rivals run light to dislodge Button from pole

Brawn GP’s rivals have finally managed to dislodge Jenson Button from pole – but at the cost of running so light you could practically pick their cars up and walk away with them.

 
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