7th September 2010, 18:17 Archives - F1 Fanatic archive

New video of Chandhok driving at Korea 7th September 2010, 18:17

A new video of the “Circuit Run” event at the Korean International Circuit on Saturday shows more of F1’s latest new venue. It includes more footage of Karun Chandhok’s demonstration run and reveals more of the state of completion of the venue less than eight weeks before it is due to hold the Korean Grand […]

Ferrari think Spa problems are fixed (Video)

Ferrari believe they have got on top of the problems with their new aerodynamics package which troubled them at Spa. Head of race engineers Chirs Dyer said the team had learned a lot from their straight-line test at Vairano last week: First indications are that everything is positive so we have no particular concerns over […]

Sutil hopes for Spa repeat at Monza

Adrian Sutil hopes to repeat his strong performance at Spa – where he finished fifth – at Monza. Last year’s Italian Grand Prix saw the Force India driver score the best result of his career to date: Based on the speed and handling of the car in Spa I’m now really looking forward to Monza. […]

Kerbs eased at Monza for safety reasons

The combination kerbs installed at Monza ahead of last year’s race have been changed again before the 2010 Italian Grand Prix in a bid to improve safety.

Sauber retain Kamui Kobayashi for 2011

Kamui Kobayashi will drive a second season for Sauber in 2011, the team has announced. But the team are yet to announce who his team mate will be. They may keep Pedro de la Rosa in the car but rumours have linked GP2 front runners Pastor Maldonado andSergio Perez to the seat.

F1 Fanatic round-up: 7/9/2010

The FIA put out the list of press conferences for the Italian Grand Prix yesterday. Among the drivers in the Thursday press conference will be Fernando Alonso, which could prove interesting depending on what the World Motor Sport Council comes out with tomorrow. Until then, here’s today’s round-up: Links F1 2010 Team answer questions from […]

Ferrari face FIA World Motor Sport Council on team orders charge tomorrow

Ferrari will learn their consequences of their use of team orders during the German Grand Prix in a World Motor Sport Council hearing tomorrow. Ahead of the crunch meeting let’s review what happened, the likely arguments for and against Ferrari, who will decide their fate and what their punishment could be.

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