Singapore Grand Prix TV Times

Here are the times for the BBC?s F1 coverage of this weekend?s Singapore

Singapore GP weather: storms and smog

Several of the weather forecasts for the Singapore Grand Prix point out the chance of thunderstorms during the weekend. But we saw similar predictions before last year’s event and the five sessions went by without a drop of rain. Another atmospheric problem that could interfere with the race weekend is smog. Singapore’s air quality plunged […]

Three-car teams: yes or no? (Poll)

Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has mentioned several times in recent weeks he wants F1 teams to be able to run three cars in 2010 in the hope that he can lure Michael Schumacher back to drive. FIA president Max Mosley has scoffed at the idea, dismissing it as “fantasy”. But would you like to […]

F1 links: Alonso will be at WMSC hearing

It’s been a quiet weekend for news so far, but there have been some small developments in the ‘Crashgate’ saga. Fernando Alonso will be appearing at Renault’s WMSC hearing on Monday. Meanwhile the boss of the Spansh motor sport federation has strongly criticised both Piquet and condemned the FIA for offering Piquet Jnr immunity. FIA […]

Can Andy Soucek jump from F2 to F1?

Andy Soucek became the first winner of the re-formed Formula Two championship at Imola this weekend. The 24-year-old Spanish driver now hopes to join countrymen Fernando Alonso and Jaime Alguersuari in F1 in 2010. The re-launched series is intended to be a new, low-cost proving ground for drivers aiming to step up to Formula 1. […]

Singapore Grand Prix organiser says: “There’s no such thing as bad publicity”

The Singapore Grand Prix organisers say they are not concerned that the Renault scandal has detracted from last year’s inaugural F1 race. Singapore GP CEO Michael Roche told F1 Fanatic: They say that there is no such thing as bad publicity. The governance of Formula 1 is strictly the responsibility of the FIA. However the […]

No punishment for Briatore or Symonds?

An (un-bylined) article in the Daily Express suggests Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds may go unpunished for their role in the Renault crash scandal. Having left Renault, Briatore and Symonds are no longer represented by a licence holder, and so cannot be punished: Although the Council have unlimited power when it comes to imposing a […]

Singha back Red Bull, but for how long?

Mixing Red Bull and beer might not sound like a good idea, but the team has joined Brawn in announcing a new alcohol sponsor. Thai brand Singha will put its logos on Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel’s race suits and cars for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. But alcohol sponsorship deals in F1 could […]

Did more foul play by Renault scupper Schumacher in the 2006 title decider?

Following Renault’s admission that Nelson Piquet Jnr crashed during the Singapore Grand Prix last year to help Fernando Alonso win, you have to wonder whether anything similar has happened before. In the 2006 title-decider at Interlagos, Michael Schumacher’s slim title chances were ruined when he made contact with Alonso’s then team-mate Giancarlo Fisichella. Did Flavio […]

F1 links: Piquet after Briatore, not Alonso

Nelson Piquet the elder has come out fighting about the possibility of taking Flavio Briatore on in court, but has clarified his comments regarding any involvement by Fernando Alonso in the Renault crash scandal. I suspect many of you are, like myself, suffering from ‘crashgate fatigue’, so for something different check out David Tremayne’s interview […]

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