The official 2010 F1 entry list has been published by the FIA. The US F1 team has been dropped from the list and Stefan GP do not appear in their place meaning there will only be 24 cars at the first race in Bahrain. A statement said: Having considered the various options, the FIA confirms … Continue reading US F1 officially out and no place for Stefan GP as 2010 entry list confirmed
Red Bull leapt from the midfield to the sharp end in 2009. Can they go one step further in 2010?
The BBC has confirmed F1 is being filmed in HD this year. But Formula One Management is not making the high definition feed available to broadcasters. Danielle Nagler, the BBC’s head of HD, wrote on her blog today: The events are being filmed in HD (as far as we know) but they are not made … Continue reading F1 being filmed in HD this year
The US F1 dream finally appears to be over. Now the post-mortem will begin on why a team we’ve known about for more than a year failed to make the grid for 2010. Should they have been given a place on the grid to begin with? And if not, is there something wrong with the … Continue reading A flawed way of choosing F1 teams
Campos Meta will change its name to HRT ahead of the 2010 season. It stands for Hispania Racing Team – Hispania being the name of a group owned by Jose Ramon Carabante, who took over the team last week. It’s not an ideal choice of name. The same acronym is used by the Holden Racing … Continue reading Campos changes name to HRT
Today is the birthday of former Andrea Moda driver and Top Gear’s original Stig Perry McCarthy. You can follow him on Twitter along with a small number of other ex-F1 drivers. Here’s the Wednesday round-up: Links Red Bull: Exhaust Driven Diffuser (Scarbs) Just what is going on at the back of the Red Bull RB6? … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 3/3/2010