Mercedes have denied reports Michael Schumacher was held up by Felipe Massa during the Korean Grand Prix.
In today’s round-up the writer of the film “Senna” gets in touch to tell us more about the movie.
In today’s round-up, Frank Williams backs driver Nico H?â??lkenberg amid rumours he might be replaced.
In part two of F1 Fanatic’s interview with Sir Jackie Stewart he tells us why he’s backing Mark Webber to win the world championship.
Mercedes will run GP2 driver Sam Bird in the young drivers’ test at the end of the season.
Kamui Kobayashi says he is looking forward to returning to Interlagos, the scene of his F1 debut for Toyota last year.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh said the team will continue to support Jenson Button despite the reigning world champion’s slim hopes of retaining his title. Whitmarsh said: If Formula 1 has taught us competitors one thing over the past couple of years, it?óÔé¼Ôäós to never give up hope until the odds are no longer possible, … Continue reading Whitmarsh: McLaren “support Button fully”
The F1 teams have agreed the test dates for the 2011 F1 season.
Contrary to earlier reports the teams will not be testing at the Algarve International Circuit in Portimao, Portugal.
The inaugural Korean Grand Prix attracted 168,000 spectators over the three-day event, the race organisers claimed on Friday.
Fernando Alonso says he is not thinking about the possibility of winning the world championship at the Brazilian Grand Prix for the third time in his career.
Lewis Hamilton said he would have struggled to win the Korean Grand Prix even if he hadn’t gone off in front of eventual winner Fernando Alonso. Hamilton told his official website: I think it would have been extremely difficult. For the whole race, I was struggling with grip, and having trouble getting the car slowed … Continue reading Hamilton: Alonso would have passed me
Thanks for all your feedback to the proposed changes to the website yesterday. As ever with the kind of thing it ran the gamut from positive to negative but I’ve taken your ideas and concerns on board and they will have a bearing on the final design and layout. The second part of the Jackie … Continue reading F1 Fanatic redesign coming soon
Sir Jackie Stewart’s racing career is the subject of a new book, “Collage”, which brings together newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs and all kinds of other documents from his life.
Jenson Button vowed to continue his efforts to retain his F1 title despite falling 42 points behind in the title race with only 50 left to be won. Button told his official website: I’ve always said that I will fight until it?éÔÇÖs mathematically impossible. Sure, looking at it written down on paper, you’ve got to … Continue reading Button: “I will fight until it’s impossible”
Bernie Ecclestone, the most powerful man in Formula 1, turn 80 years old today.
He’s been a racing driver, a manager and a team owner. But above all it’s in his role as president of Formula One Management that he exerts far-reaching influence over F1.
I’ll be interviewing Sir Jackie Stewart for an article on the site this morning, so if there’s anything you’d like to know from the thrice-champion, 27-time Grand Prix winner, former team owner and more, please post it in the comments. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Only 4WD Car To Win F1 At Auction (Speed) There’s also … Continue reading Questions for Jackie Stewart
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner described claims that driver Mark Webber tried to take one of his championship rivals out during the Korean Grand Prix as “absurd”. After crashing into a wall on lap 19 of the race Webber’s car swung into the path of Nico Rosberg. The Mercedes driver was running fourth at … Continue reading Horner hits back over Webber criticism
Despite months of doubt over whether the race would actually go ahead the Korean Grand Prix did take place and produced a race to remember.
What’s your verdict on F1’s newest circuit? Is it a worthwhile addition to the calendar?
The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a terrific event which brings together classic and contemporary racing cars along with their drivers in a summer tea party setting. I look forward to it every year. Does the DVD review bring it to life?
It’s a bumper round-up today so I’ll shut up and let you get on with reading it: Links RBR hopeful Vettel can avoid ninth V8 (ITV-F1) Christian Horner: “Hopefully he?óÔé¼Ôäós got enough engine mileage to be able to run unaffected to the end of the year. He was a bit tight already on engine mileage … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 27/10/2010