Riverside International Raceway Legends of Riverside Film Festival and Gala Dan Gurney is attending the show later this week at Riverside, which held one F1 race in 1960. Reflections on Kazuki Nakajima "Kazuki has done rather well in his first year in the game, considering the premature nature of his arrival. An important clue to […]
New cars, new rules – there are plenty of unknowns heading into the first race of 2009, but it looks like the weather won’t be one of them. The Australian Grand Prix is expected to see three days of dry weather. Melbourne will experience temperatures in the low 20s (C) each day according to the […]
Audi’s staggering domination of international sports car racing continued this weekend as its new R15 won its first race in the Sebring 12 Hours. Audi has systematically crushed its sports car rivals around the world this decade. The Sebring event has fallen to Audi nine times in the last ten years. They’ve won prestigious Le […]
The 2009 season sees the introduction of the most radical new rules to hit F1 in a generation. Here’s a quick guide to the major changes in the sporting and technical rules, including some potentially significant tweaks which haven’t had much attention.
Albert Park circuit in Melbourne mainly uses public roads, and the whole track has been photographed by Google Street View, giving us a ground-level view of the circuit where the 2009 F1 season begins next week. Here’s a corner-by-corner look at the Albert Park Circuit.
Bernie Ecclestone has hit back at the F1 teams after seeing his plans for a ‘most wins’ based championship system fail: That?óÔé¼Ôäós the problem with democracy. These teams couldn?óÔé¼Ôäót agree with themselves let alone each other. The simple fact is that because the sporting regs are out the FIA cannot do anything for now, but […]
The FIA has delayed the controversial new “most wins” championship system until 2010. The surprise move came shortly after the F1 Teams’ Association pointed (FOTA) out that the last-minute introduction of a new scoring system broke the FIA’s own rules. The 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 system used last year will be retained for 2009.
We?óÔé¼Ôäóre one week away from the start of the F1 season ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ the Australian Grand Prix. Here in Britain the BBC?óÔé¼Ôäós much-vaunted new F1 coverage will make its debut. Here are the times of their F1 programmes ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ please share details of coverage in your country below. You can follow all the sessions live on […]