Cost, Safety and The Show. If you want to get anything changed in F1, these are the three criteria you’ve got to satisfy. So how do our ideas for making F1 better measure up?
Nico Hulkenberg lapped the Nurburgring Nordschleife in a Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid. The car uses F1-derived KERS technology supplied by Williams Hybrid Power.
Mark Webber appeared in front of a crowd of 40,000 at a Red Bull show in Naples on Saturday. Speed limit restrictions at public events like this are far less strict in Italy than they are here in Britain, so Webber covered the 1.2km strip from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza Vittori at speeds of … Continue reading Webber in Naples demonstration (Pictures)
The next round at Barcelona will be a feast for technology fans as teams bring their biggest updates yet to their 2010 cars. John Beamer looks at the developments so far this year and what to expect in Spain. Despite spending the first four races far from home the rate of development has been impressive … Continue reading Technical review: the fly-away races
Adrian Sutil reckons Red Bull will be the team to beat in the Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona in two weeks’ time. The Force India driver believes the RB6 will be best-suited to the Circuit de Catalunya: There you just need downforce, so I think it?óÔé¼Ôäós a Red Bull circuit again. You have a long … Continue reading Barcelona “a Red Bull circuit” – Sutil
It’s the start of the second week of the three-week break between the Chinese and Spanish rounds. If going that long without a Grand Prix is getting you down, remember this is the longest break we’ll have until the end of July. Here’s today’s round-up: Links ‘Button is seeing the bigger picture’ (ESPN) Stirling Moss: … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 26/4/2010