Ferrari escape further punishment for German GP team orders (Updated)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The FIA have announced Ferrari will not be punished any further for using team orders during the German Grand Prix. However the World Motor Sport Council upheld the $100,000 fine imposed by the stewards after the Hockenheim race. Update: The FIA have said they will review the ban on team orders (article 39.1). See below … Continue reading Ferrari escape further punishment for German GP team orders (Updated)

Grosjean joins Lopez’s Gravity management

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Romain Grosjean has joined Gravity Sports Management, the driver management company owned by Gerard Lopez. Lopez is on the board of Genii Capital which bought into the Renault F1 team at the end of last year. Renault are yet to confirm who will be their second driver alongside Robert Kubica in 2011. Grosjean is hoping … Continue reading Grosjean joins Lopez’s Gravity management

F1 drivers’ road manners under scrutiny

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

F1 drivers could lose their competition Super Licenses if they are involved in incidents on the road under new proposals from the FIA. The World Motor Sport Council urged drivers to act as “ambassadors for the sport” in a statement released today: The FIA, both in its motor sport and mobility roles, has a strong … Continue reading F1 drivers’ road manners under scrutiny