September 2013 Archives - 2/19 - F1 Fanatic archive

FIA agrees deal on Concorde Agreement 27th September 2013, 10:11

The FIA says it has agreed a deal with the Formula One Group and F1 teams to introduce a new Concorde Agreement – the deal through which F1 is organised.

Differences between Hamilton and Rosberg “tiny”

In the round-up: Little to choose between Hamilton and Rosberg ?σΤιΌ?σ CCTV swung stewards’ decision ?σΤιΌ?σ Vettel dominance “boring” – Wolff

Caterham makes changes to design team 26th September 2013, 16:21

Caterham has restructured its technical department as it prepares for the major changes in the rules for next season.

2013 Singapore Grand Prix team radio transcript

The radio messages from Singapore show how the teams were not always able to work out what their rivals were doing. Here’s what was said during the race.

Alonso and Raikkonen “can work” at Ferrari – Prost

In the round-up: Prost says Ferrari driver line-up can work ?σΤιΌ?σ Whitmarsh has doubts over FP1 change ?σΤιΌ?σ Massa ‘can do little to help Alonso’

2013 Singapore Grand Prix fans’ video gallery 25th September 2013, 13:00

The post-race fireworks weren’t the only pyrotechnics snapped by F1 fans at the Singapore Grand Prix – Mark Webber created some of his own. Here are the best fans’ videos from Singapore.

Why Vettel’s rivals may be disappointed in 2014

Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull’s rivals are hoping new engine rules in 2014 will help them catch up. But recent seasons give them little cause for optimism.

Hulkenberg voted Italian GP Driver of the Weekend

Nico Hulkenberg took nearly half of the votes to win the Driver of the Weekend poll for the Italian Grand Prix.

Ferrari won’t be close to Red Bull next year – Lotus

In the round-up: Ferrari should “forget about” beating Red Bull ?σΤιΌ?σ Hamilton: Red Bull have got quicker ?σΤιΌ?σ Lotus need sponsors – Boullier

New video shows Webber’s controversial ‘taxi ride’ 24th September 2013, 22:15

This new video shot by a fan at the Singapore Grand Prix shows the moment after Sunday’s race when Mark Webber earned himself a reprimand – and consequently a ten-place grid penalty – in more detail.