We start today’s round-up with a reminder for F1 fans in Britain – this evening David Coulthard is on the 40th anniversary edition of BBC sports quiz “A Question of Sport” at 7pm on BBC1. Here’s the Friday round-up: Links Relaxed Jenson Button creates positive first impression as new kid on McLaren block (The Times) … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 8/1/2010
Lotus have confirmed they will have an official launch for their 2010 F1 car before it makes its first track appearance on February 17th. The team will make its return to F1 at the third of the four F1 tests scheduled for February, at the Jerez circuit in Spain. They will also be at the … Continue reading Lotus will have launch before first test
The BMW Sauber F1 team has a new website which you can find here. As you’d expect there’s not much to see at the moment but there is a nice rolling gallery of the team’s racing cars including the gorgeous Sauber-Mercedes sports cars and early F1 cars. The team has also put up a few … Continue reading BMW Sauber launch new website
Hoping to watch the 2010 F1 season in high definition? Afraid you’re set for another disappointment. BBC’s Lee McKenzie has said on Twitter that FOM will not be offering Formula 1 in HD to broadcasters until 2011.
After Tuesday’s drama yesterday was a lot quieter for F1 news apart from BMW-Sauber announcing their 2010 car launch. Let’s find out what today has in store. Links 2010 regulation changes – 2009/2010 side comparison (F1.com) One of three articles taking an early look at how the 2010 F1 rules will change the design of … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 7/1/2010
Bruno Senna, Lucas di Grassi, Nico H?â??lkenberg… what do the three F1 rookies announced for this year all have in common? Yep, they’re all on Twitter – joining the likes of Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello who started using it last year. With more drivers using Twitter F1 fans are increasingly able to ask questions … Continue reading New F1 drivers on Twitter
Donington Park’s owners will have to spend ?é?ú600,000 to restore its circuit to operational standard after its failed attempt to hold the 2010 British Grand Prix. The track itself is mostly intact, though some sections have been dug up near where the new parts of the circuit were to have been built. Some barriers and … Continue reading Donington Park needs ?é?ú600K to fix track