The Italian Grand Prix will remain at Monza at least until 2016, the BBC has reported. Last week Bernie Ecclestone claimed Rome would hold a Grand Prix in 2013. If it does, it would mean Italy having two rounds of the world championship for the first time since 2006. The Italian round is one of … Continue reading Monza keeps Italian Grand Prix until 2016
McLaren officially launched its MP4-12C today – the sports car which will rival Ferrari’s 458 model. The company is entering a new era as it begins production of road vehicles in greater numbers than it has done before and ends its association with Mercedes. It has begun buying back the 40% stake Mercedes acquired in … Continue reading McLaren’s MP4-12C puts it in competition with Mercedes and Ferrari off the track
The 2010 Goodwood Festival of Speed will celebrate 60 years of the F1 world championship with at least five current teams in attendance. Champions Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton will both be present for McLaren as will reigning constructors’ champions Mercedes. Ferrari, Red Bull and Williams will also have cars at this year’s Festival.
No Grand Prix this weekend – what will you be doing instead? Watching some other kind of racing? Adjusting your body clock to a time zone closer to Australia and Malaysia for the next two rounds? Let us know in the comments. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Lopez critical of US F1 team (Autosport) “As soon … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 18/3/2010