YouTube starts broadcasting live sport, but will F1 ever get on board?

YouTube has signed its first deal to broadcast sport live on the internet. Its contract with the Indian Premier League has surprised media analysts because it allows YouTube to stream live coverage in every country including those where TV deals for the IPL are already in place (apart from the USA). F1 rights holders FOA […]

Are F1 fans getting ripped off? Cheapest and dearest tickets prices revealed

F1 fans will pay between ??18 and ??822 for a three-day Grand Prix ticket in 2010. But which circuits offer the best value deals – and which track has the most expensive tickets? (Clue: it’s not Monaco…) Compare the prices of the cheapest and dearest F1 tickets on sale below.

Buemi’s ice-capade abandoned (Pictures)


Sebastien Buemi didn’t get to drive his Red Bull on ice after all. The team had to abandon its “Frozen One” event near the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve because it wasn’t quite frozen enough. However the team were able to do some photography with the car in uncharacteristically icy surroundings. Have a look at the results […]

Rossi tests Ferrari at Barcelona (Pictures)

Valentino Rossi has finished the first day of his test in a Ferrari F1 car at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. Because of testing restrictions Rossi cannot use a current model, so he is driving a 2008-specification Ferrari F2008 supplied by Corse Clienti and using GP2 tyres. His distinctive number 46 is emblazoned on […]

Harlow explains refuelling ban challenges

Force India chief race engineer Dominic Harlow reckons the ban on in-race refuelling in 2010 will make driver skill more important. Harlow added that tackling wet weather races with heavy fuel tanks will be especially challenging: In wet conditions the extra weight of the cars will be another interesting factor, and will probably accentuate the […]

Schumacher: “We want to win the titles”

Michael Schumacher says he and the Mercedes Grand Prix team are aiming to win both championships this year. In an interview on his official website Schumacher said: The constellation we have here is pretty unique – with Ross and his world championship winning team, with the know-how of Mercedes, with the best engine at the […]

F1 Fanatic round-up: 20/1/2010

I was looking forward to seeing how Robert Kubica fared in the Monte-Carlo rally but sadly it looks like it’s all over for him before it even started. Maurice Hamilton reports on Twitter that his engine failed after just 4km and he can’t join in the rest of the event. Today we should see Valentino […]

Heidfeld running out of options

The news that BMW Sauber has chosen Pedro de la Rosa to partner Kamui Kobayashi this year is another blow for Nick Heidfeld. His options for which team to drive for in 2010 are increasingly restricted to teams that performed poorly in 2010, or ones that weren’t on the grid at all. He had previously […]

Pedro de la Rosa makes F1 comeback with BMW Sauber

BMW Sauber has confirmed Pedro de la Rosa will make a return to F1 in 2010 with the team. De la Rosa will partner Japanese team mate Kamui Kobayashi.

Top ten… Ways to finish an F1 race

As we saw yesterday Christian Fittipaldi really raised the bar when it comes to crossing the finishing line in style. But drivers who want to make it home with a little flair have plenty of options. Here’s ten of the more unusual ways to finish an F1 race featuring memorable moments from Michael Schumacher, Fernando […]

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