F1 links: Lola and Litespeed’s 2010 entries

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

Lola moves ahead with F1 project

“Following completion of its evaluation of the technical regulations for cost-capped Formula One teams announced by the FIA World Motorsport Council on 29th April 2009, the Lola Group is pleased to announce that it will be submitting an entry for the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship?َشا×?َ.”

F3 squad Litespeed to lodge F1 entry

"The team has joined forces with MGI Ltd, whose managing director is former F1 technical director Mike Gascoyne, and is hoping to be one of the 13 teams chosen for the new championship."

For Sure Championship: Stunning Button effort, Massa leads

"Jenson Button has overtaken Lewis Hamilton to take second place, following an incredible effort in Spain – he managed to not only utter 'for sure' five times in one press conference, but a stunning three times in a single answer." Hilarious!

Massa: "Ferrari never gives up"

"The F60's behaviour at Barcelona was completely different compared to the first races: it was much more fun driving it, it was more stable and had more grip and a higher downforce. That was a huge step forward and it shows that we're able to improve a lot after a difficult start. We've worked a lot and this result is encouraging for the near future, when we'll have new developments coming up."

Steinmetz Diamonds goes for #1 at the 2009 Monaco Grand Prix

"The customized Steinmetz helmets have been crafted by experts to proudly display Lewis Hamilton’s cherished # 1 and Heikki Kovalainen’s # 2 positions with exquisite Steinmetz diamonds, inscribed with the Forevermark." Can anyone spot where the phrase 'not-so-cherished' belonged in that sentence?

Opera pays homage to Jochen Rindt

"The Salzburg Rallye Club will pay homage to former Formula 1 world champion Jochen Rindt with the opening of an opera dedicated to the late Austrian driver."

Nick’s rise to the top echelon of motor racing

Nick Heidfeld fans will love this – a slideshow of young Nick taking his first steps into the world of motor racing.

Justgiving – Jenson Button’s Fundraising Page

"The London Triathlon takes place on Saturday 1 August with almost 11,000 competitors! The race covers a 1500m swim, 40km bike ride and a 10km run. I'm aiming to finish in the top 10% so no pressure!"

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