Renault has announced two new sponsorship deals in the last two days. The R30 will carry HP logos on its engine cover having announced a two-year deal with the computer manufacturer. HP logos last appeared in F1 when it sponsored Williams until the end of the 2005 season. The team has revealed two renderings showing … Continue reading Two new sponsors for Renault (Pictures)
In less than 24 hours’ times we’ll start to get answers to all the questions we have about the hugely anticipated new Formula 1 season. As is traditional, now’s the time to make your guesses on the big stories of the season ahead. Answer these 20 questions on the 2010 season below and we’ll check … Continue reading The 2010 season in 20 questions
Ferrari narrowly lead McLaren as the favourites to win this years constructors’ championship, according to F1 Fanatic readers. Over 17,500 votes were cast in the polls to name the winner of the 2010 constructors’ championship.
The off-season finally draws to a close and the teams have assembled at Bahrain for the first round of 2010. After little to no testing the 12 teams have to tackle one of the most punishing tracks on the calendar in the first race of the year. With Michael Schumacher returning, exciting new driver pairings … Continue reading 2010 Bahrain Grand Prix preview
The clock is running out on the off-season. The 2010 F1 season starts tomorrow. Here’s our final pre-season round-up: Links Hanging out with two world champions (BBC) Jake Humphrey on Michael Schumacher: “He said he wouldn’t have returned if he wasn’t fit enough, that the current crop of drivers aren’t special it’s the cars that … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 11/3/2010
Virgin were the first of the new teams to appear on the track in testing. But they’ve suffered mechanical and aerodynamic gremlins with their VR-01. How will they fare against the other newcomers, and can they trouble any of the established teams in their first season?
Ferrari will use their infamous pit stop traffic lights once again in 2010. The lights, which were blamed for Felipe Massa’s botched pit stop at Singapore in 2008, are being reintroduced an effort to speed up their pit stops. The team said: The team has developed a new ?óÔé¼?ôtraffic light?óÔé¼?Ø system, more sophisticated and safer … Continue reading Ferrari using pit lights again in 2010
The likes of Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton are always going to command the most attention in F1. But we shouldn’t overlook the rookie field of 2010, which is one of the most promising we’ve seen in years. And it includes the return of a name which is even more famous than those … Continue reading F1 2010 season preview: The rookies
This team endured a torrid season as BMW in 2009. Until a late update to their car brought them within touching distance of the leaders in the final races. Now back under the control of Peter Sauber, will they revert to their midfield role of the pre-BMW days, or get back on the upward curve … Continue reading F1 2010 season preview: Sauber