Here’s a round-up of F1 news and other interesting links I’ve found today.
If you’ve spotted a hot news story, interesting new website or just something funny from the world of F1, please share your links in the comments below.
"The possibility of an F1 race in the Italian capital has been speculated about for months with feasibility studies believed to have been carried out. Giving weight to this speculation, Standard Sport has learned that F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has applied for a pan-European trademark for the title 'Formula 1 Gran Premio di Roma'."
“After protests by residents blocked a plan to move the 100-year-old French Grand Prix to Disneyland, Paris, officials turned to a second option: a circuit in Flins-Les Mureaux, north of the capital, where Renault has a factory. Residents then pointed out that the track would be above an underground lake supplying water to 500,000 homes; on organic farmland and close to woodlands.”
"In the Vehicle Dynamics team, our main focus at this time of year is to re-focus our efforts towards next year’s car, in this case, the FW32, Regulations for 2010 are still in a state of flux, but those which have been laid down are really interesting and are certainly making our jobs as challenging as ever. There are some rules which are a complete step away from what we’ve had before. We could see moveable rear wings, for example, while other areas could just be modified slightly, like KERS."
"The Toro Rosso team sent an email of apology to Renault after the Monaco Grand Prix, it has been revealed. The Italian team sent the message after the race, in which Switzerland's Sébastien Buemi out-braked himself at Saint Devote, taking both his Toro Rosso and the Renault of Nelson Piquet out of the Grand Prix."
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