Here’s today’s round-up: Links F1 2010 developer diary four Thanks to Kristian Eriksen for the tip! Bernie Ecclestone’s Porsche Panamera for sale (Auto Trader) Surprised he’s not flogging it himself, given that he once was a used car salesman. I suspect no-one who didn’t know that before was surprised to learn it. Comment of the … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 4/8/2010
A 29-point haul in Hungary has fired ZanteX into the lead of the F1 Fanatic Predictions’ Championship. But that wasn’t the biggest single score this weekend – 12 players all scored 31 points meaning the pole position tie-breaker had to be used to pick our first and second place prize winners.
Fernando Alonso expects Ferrari to be “very competitive” in the final seven races of the championship despite Red Bull’s performance advantage in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Speaking in an interview conducted by Ferrari the two-times world champion believes the Hungaroring was a “perfect” circuit for the RB6: We need to start from the gap between … Continue reading Alonso: Ferrari “very competitive” (Video)
Williams technical director Sam Michael said he was happy with the team’s decision not to pit Rubens Barrichello during the safety car period in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Barrichello was ninth before the safety car came out and ended the race tenth, having fallen behind team mate Nico H?β??lkenberg, both Saubers and Jenson Button. Michael … Continue reading Michael defends Barrichello strategy
Red Bull’s domination, Michael Schumacher’s controversial move on Rubens Barrichello, chaos in the pit lane – there was no shortage of stories at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Find all the F1 Fanatic Hungarian Grand Prix coverage in one place below ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ from Friday practice to the post-race review and our live comments on every session.
Two days after the Hungarian Grand Prix and that incident between Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello is still commanding plenty of attention. And, as if to prove F1 is never short of controversies, yesterday Ferrari’s date to face the FIA over charges of using team orders was announced. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Sport’s latest sensation: … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 3/8/2010
Ferrari will learn their fate in the German Grand Prix team orders controversy four days before the Italian Grand Prix. The FIA World Motor Sport Council will meet on September 8th to look into the matter in which Ferrari ordered Felipe Massa to allow Fernando Alonso past to win the German Grand Prix. An FIA … Continue reading Ferrari to face FIA on September 8th