Vitantonio Liuzzi in the Force India VJM03

Force India VJM04 to be revealed today

F1 Fanatic round-upPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Force India will give us the first glimpse of their 2011 F1 car today.

The VJM04 will be revealed online at 2pm GMT at http://www.forceindiaf1.com/carlaunch.

Here’s today’s round-up:

Links

Top F1 links from the past 24 hours:

Camera car Rally Andora 2011 (YouTube)

This video shows the scene of Robert Kubica’s crash on Sunday shortly after it happened. Although there isn’t any particularly graphic footage, some readers may find it uncomfortable to review the moments after the accident unfolded. It does, however, give an impression of the speed he would have been going at when he crashed.

Renault on Twitter

“No more news to report tonight. We will give you another update on Robert’s progress in the morning.”

Via the F1 Fanatic live Twitter app

Co-driver explains Kubica crash (Autosport)

“That opening [between the two sections of barrier] makes no sense. But, most of all, we shouldn’t have cars with so little protection at the front. It’s not the first time a crash like this happens – the Federation should think of something to protect the cockpit.”

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Comment of the day

Jerome d’Ambrosio has a new fan:

He is awesome. A new favourite of mine, also so him and Wirth at Autosport International, very humble guy it seems.
SoerenKaae

Read the F1 Fanatic interview with d’Ambrosio here.

From the forum

Stevo wonders how and when did you get into F1?

Site updates

The F1 Fanatic live Twitter app is up and running after developing a fault earlier this week. Thanks to Jamie for sorting it out.

Happy birthday!

A very happy birthday to Straightline!

On this day in F1

Bad news on this day five years ago as Spa-Francorchamps was dropped from the coming season’s calendar.

Happily it was reinstated in 2007 and with the arrival of d’Ambrosio hopefully this great circuit of F1’s past will continue to be part of its future.