Both of Britain’s active F1 world champions will appear at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed as part of its celebration of 60 years of Formula 1. According to the event organisers Jenson Button will drive a 2010-specification MP4-25. Lewis Hamilton will go up the hill in last year’s MP4-24 with which he won the … Continue reading Hamilton and Button to drive at Goodwood
The car Toyota would have raced in F1 this year has been driven by Kazuki Nakajima in Cologne.
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Mercedes has confirmed it will revert to using the long wheelbase version of the W01 in next week’s Turkish Grand Prix. Ross Brawn added the team have “major and very challenging upgrades” planned for the next few races: I am encouraged that we have made progress over the last two races and that we have … Continue reading Mercedes revert to long wheelbase W01
Monticello Motor Club is making a bid to hold the United States Grand Prix. According to Autoweek the club’s 6.59km (4.1 mile) track has already been inspected by F1 circuit designer Hermann Tilke.
Keep an eye out for the fifth instalment of the Jean Todt Approval Rating coming up later today on F1 Fanatic. Here’s your Friday round-up: Links F1 diary: Monaco Grand Prix (Daily Telegraph) “There are many who doubt Mark Webber’s credentials as a leading F1 driver, despite the huge body of evidence in his favour, … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 21/5/2010