Mark Webber said he was content to score points at what had been a “weak weekend” for him in Singapore: I’m very much focusing on what I’ve got to do. As I said before if it’s two guys, four guys, eight guys, you can’t control what happens at their side. I believe the best way … Continue reading Webber: Ferrari have momentum (Video)
Jenson Button believes the final four races in Japan, Korea, Brazil and Abu Dhabi will play to his car’s strengths more than at Singapore. He told his official website: It was a little disappointing to see that we probably didn’?éÔÇÖt have enough pace to take the fight to the Ferraris and the Red Bulls, but … Continue reading Final tracks suit McLaren better – Button
Lewis Hamilton says he won’t change his approach to racing despite failing to finish the last two races following contact with other cars. He told his official website: I’m a racer. I always race my heart out, and nothing will ever change that. Lewis Hamilton Having looked back on the collisions with Felipe Massa and … Continue reading No change in my approach – Hamilton
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Lotus chief technical officer Mike Gascoyne has extended his contract with the team for five more years. Gascoyne said he intends to finish his career with the team: Having started the team from scratch with Tony it was always my intention to finish my career here, so it?óÔé¼Ôäós great to have formally agreed a five … Continue reading Five-year Lotus deal for Gascoyne
Last month, people in over 200 different countries and territories visited F1 Fanatic. Find out where the most readers came from in the forum link below. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Why Michael Schumacher will never be back to his best (BBC) But most F1 Fanatic readers – 70% – say they want him to stick … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 29/9/2010