20th August 2010, 19:16 Archives - F1 Fanatic archive

Ferrari: ??Lauda missed out on a fine opportunity to keep his mouth shut?? 20th August 2010, 19:16

Ferrari has hit back at Niki Lauda’s following his public outburst against the team and its use of team orders at the German Grand Prix.

Yamamoto keeps Hispania seat for Belgium

Sakon Yamamoto will continue to race alongside Bruno Senna at the Belgian Grand Prix, HRT confirmed today. The Japanese driver made his first outing for the team at Silverstone, replacing Senna, and has since made another three appearances standing in for Karun Chandhok. It had been expected that Chandok would return behind the wheel after […]

Hamilton on Spa: ??Back into title hunt”

Lewis Hamilton is ready to renew his title race when the season resumes next week in Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix. ??Personally, I think Spa is one of the ??great? Formula One tracks, and one I?d really love to win,?? said Hamilton. ??I?ll be going flat-out to try and get us back into the […]

Schumacher upbeat despite grid penalty

Michael Schumacher is upbeat about returning to Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix, despite a ten-place grid penalty that will hamper his chances of a good result. ??Spa has always been my favourite racetrack and so for that reason alone, I am really looking forward to going back and racing there,?? said Schumacher. ??It has […]

Silverstone’s architects on making F1 circuits challenging but safe (Part 2)

Safety restrictions have made life difficult for track designers who want to create exciting and challenging racing circuits. To make tracks worthy of the best racing series in the world designers have to strike compromises between spectacle and safety – and satisfy the conflicting demands of bike and car racing. Drew MacDonald of Populous explained […]

F1 Fanatic round-up: 20/8/2010

The second instalment of Keith?s interview with Silvertone designers Populous will be up later today ?ǣ I hope you all enjoy it. Until then, here?s today?s round up: Links De la Rosa driving “better than ever” (Autosport) ??Pedro de la Rosa thinks he is now driving better than he has ever done in his career […]

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