Ferrari alter livery to mark war deaths

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The Ferrari team will pay tribute to four Italian soldiers killed in Afghanistan by wearing black armbands on Sunday at the Japanese Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa’s cars will be “decorated in similar fashion”, the team said on Saturday. Stefano Domenicali said: The death of four of our fellow countrymen working as part … Continue reading Ferrari alter livery to mark war deaths

Tarmac laid at Korean F1 track (Pictures)

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The Korean Grand Prix organisers have begun laying the tarmac at the Korean International Circuit ahead of the much-delayed official inspection of the circuit by the FIA. Laying the tarmac this late may mean it does not have enough time to cure properly ahead of the race weekend. Charlie Whiting is due to visit the … Continue reading Tarmac laid at Korean F1 track (Pictures)

Little running in rain-hit final practice puts qualifying session in doubt

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Jaime Alguersuari was fastest in final practice at Suzuka – but he was one of only two drivers to set a time in a very wet session. The only other car to post a lap time was Timo Glock’s Virgin. There are concerns that if this level of rain persists it might not be possible … Continue reading Little running in rain-hit final practice puts qualifying session in doubt