Turbos and ground effect “back in 2013”

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

F1’s new technical rules for 2013 will include a return to turbo engines and ground effect aerodynamics, according to Autosport. The two technologies, which were hallmarks of F1 racing in the late seventies and eighties, will be revived in an effort to make F1 racing more exciting for fans and more relevant for car manufacturers. … Continue reading Turbos and ground effect “back in 2013”

Who should Renault sign for 2011? (Poll)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

With the top seats at Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull and Mercedes already taken for 2011, the most coveted place left to fill on next year’s grid is the second Renault alongside Robert Kubica. The team have been clear about their expectations for Vitaly Petrov, who had a mixed weekend in Spa with a points finish … Continue reading Who should Renault sign for 2011? (Poll)

Korean F1 track aerial photo emerges

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

A photograph showing the state of progress of the track surface at Korea has emerged. It’s not clear when the picture was taken but it’s possible to see some of the buildings that were in photographs released by the circuit earlier this week. Those pictures showed little of the ground around the buildings which, as … Continue reading Korean F1 track aerial photo emerges

Liuzzi: “I’d have passed Alguersuari easily”

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Vitantonio Liuzzi says he would have easily passed Jaime Alguersuari if the Toro Rosso driver hadn’t cut the chicane during the Belgian Grand Prix. Alguersuari was given a 20-second time penalty by the stewards after the race, demoting him to 13th and promoting Liuzzi to tenth. Liuzzi said: We could have easily passed him, but … Continue reading Liuzzi: “I’d have passed Alguersuari easily”