Felipe Massa says he aims to be in among the five drivers contesting the championship in the Korean Grand Prix: As for my aims this weekend, firstly we need to qualify well on Saturday and after that, in the race, I want to be in the middle of the battle for the Drivers?σΤιΌΤδσ championship, fighting … Continue reading Massa hoping to help Alonso in Korea
The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport, who run the Australian Grand Prix, has sent a team of marshals to Korea to help support and train the 700 Korean marshals in preparation for their inaugural Grand Prix this weekend. Among them is F1 Fanatic reader and experienced marshal John Booker. Here’s his view of the state … Continue reading Korea “ready” but construction continues
Sebastian Vettel should be going into this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix on the verge of clinching the world championship.
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed he was on the verge of cancelling the Korean Grand Prix last month due to the late-running construction work. Speaking to The Guardian he said: It’s done now. It’s all right. Last month I didn’t think it would be finished. And it would have been cancelled then ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ for sure. But … Continue reading Ecclestone came close to cancelling Korea
Thanks as ever to Cari for taking care of the Monday round-up yesterday. I spent my Sunday at the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch where I saw some great racing and this terrifying crash which saw Robert Wolk somersaulting through the air at Paddock: Incredibly, he was unhurt. Dennis Lind of Denmark won the … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 19/10/2010