Your questions: Lewis Hamilton, F1 tickets and races in the snow

I’ve had a lot of questions sent in over the couple of weeks. I’ve finally got round to answering some of them covering topics as diverse as F1 tickets, avatars and getting a job in F1:

“The Science of Formula 1 Design” by David Tremayne (Book review)

With the launch season almost upon us it was quite timely that I received an updated copy of “The Science of Formula 1 Design” (though not timely enough to help with writing Five problems F1 designers face in 2010 earlier this week). The third edition of David Tremayne’s technical guide to F1 offers a clear […]

F1 Fanatic round-up: 24/1/2010

A quiet day yesterday though for no obvious reason the discussion sprang back to life on a four year-old article on F1 vs NASCAR. We’ve also had a new idea for a future F1 Fanatic article suggested on Skribit. If you’ve got an idea for a post, or would like to vote on the ideas […]

Oliver Turvey: Alguersuari’s progress shows I’m ready for F1 (Interview)

Jaime Alguersuari made his F1 debut last year and yesterday got a one-year contract extension with Toro Rosso. Briton Oliver Turvey was Alguersuari’s team mate for the last two seasons in Formula Three and Formula Renault 3.5. This year Turvey is racing in F1 feeder series GP2 – and believes Alguersuari’s progress proves that he […]

F1 Fanatic round-up: 23/1/2010

Ferrari might not have released any lap times for Felipe Massa’s latest test but Random Chimp spotted them experimenting with their rie height during the test. See the Comment of the Day for more. Links Official Merecedes Grand Prix site Mercedes’ F1 site will be live soon, probably to coincide with their livery launch on […]

Lopez-US F1 announcement on Monday

Reuters reports that Jose Marie Lopez will be confirmed as the first of US F1’s two drivers on Monday. The US F1 team confirmed via its Facebook page that a major announcement is planned for next week. As mentioned here earlier, Lopez hasn’t raced a single seater car since 2006. Lopez was dropped by Renault’s […]

Massa racks up laps in Spain (Pictures)

Felipe Massa covered 400km – around 20 laps more than a Grand Prix distance – at the Circuit de Catalunya today. He was back behind the wheel of the F2008, the car in which he almost won the 2008 championship. The team have not yet released details of his lap times for comparison with

Jaime Alguersuari stays at Toro Rosso

Jaime Alguersuari will remain at Toro Rosso for the 2010 season, the team have confirmed. Team principal Franz Tost said: This season, he will again face a steep learning curve, as all the circuits in the first part of the season will be new to him. Jaime?s appointment also confirms our team?s commitment to bringing […]

Double diffusers ‘banned for 2011′

F1 will ban double diffusers in 2011 according to Autosport. The controversial diffusers were ruled legal after last year’s Chinese Grand Prix, forcing several teams to re-design their cars. They allowed teams to claw back much of the downforce they had lost because of changes to the rules in 2009. They were also blamed for […]

Budget cap architect Purnell leaves FIA

Tony Purnell, who helped devise Max Mosley’s controversial budget cap plan, has left the FIA. Formerly a team principal at Jaguar, Purnell joined the FIA in 2006. Together with fellow technical consultant Peter Wright, Purnell was also involved in introducing 2009’s radical aerodynamic changes designed to aid overtaking. But the budget cap proposal proved more […]

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