Formula One Administration plans to move more F1 coverage from free-to-air television to pay TV channels. The details of FOA’s plans for international coverage of F1 are explained in a submission made to the British government in its review of which sports should be aired on free television.
Whatever you’re celebrating this winter, there’s the usual selection of books, models, games available to tempt F1 fans. So what are you hoping to unwrap later this month? Have your say below and I’ll use the most popular ideas in an F1 fans’ Xmas gift round-up later this week. Here’s a selection of ideas from […]
Well it was fun while it lasted but today we see our final F1 action of 2009 before the new cars appear next year. At Jerez today Ferrari will juggle their car between three different drivers. And Bertrand Baguette will get a second day in the cockpit, this time with BMW, who must’ve liked what […]
I’ve had an email from F1 books author Christopher Hilton who’s writing a new title on famous Grand Prix circuits. He’s looking for photographs taken by fans from F1 tracks around the world. If you have any pictures you’d like to share, Christopher is offering a signed copy of his latest work to anyone who […]
Nico H?â??lkenberg gets a head-start on his 2010 F1 rivals today as he makes his first testing appearance for Williams since being confirmed as a Grand Prix driver next year. The F1 rookies will be back on track in Jerez today with several new faces joining them including Mirko Bortolotti and Lucas di Grassi.
Testing for the 2010 season officially begins today as nine of this year’s teams assemble in Jerez where a total of 19 young drivers will sample F1 cars over the next three days.
Kimi Raikkonen got the most votes in our 2009 F1 driver of the year poll. But as sumedh pointed out in the forum, it seems we have had a large number of visitors from a Kimi Raikkonen community after the poll was put live. It’s clear from traffic patterns to the site this has had […]