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April 19th, 2013
Fernando Alonso – 2nd/4th: “It was a positive day and we are reasonably pleased with how the car behaved. We had no major problems and more importantly, we didn’t have to make any radical changes to the F138 to adapt it to this track and its long straights and slow corners, characteristics which I like a lot and usually produce a great show in the race
April 13th, 2013
Nico Hulkenberg thinks Sauber still needs to push hard in bringing further updates to its car before it is able to feel its season is back on track. The German and team-mate Esteban Gutierrez have struggled with rear end stability this season, with Sauber’s Melbourne package having not delivered the step forward it had hoped
March 8th, 2013
Williams believes there will be opportunities for it to win again in Formula 1 this year, especially in the early season races.
February 19th, 2013
Williams and Caterham may have to drop the controversial vanes that sit in the ‘Coanda channel’ of their 2013 Formula 1 cars after being advised that the FIA considers them to be illegal. The new Williams FW35 features a two-part vane behind the exhaust, mounted at the top of the u-shaped channel into which the exhaust pipes exit, while Caterham has a similar one-piece part placed a little lower
November 9th, 2012
Kamui Kobayashi: “I have never been to Texas, as I have only been to New York and Las Vegas in America. I know this will be something completely different and perhaps pretty exciting because Texas is cowboy country, so I hope I can see some of them there. I have had a look at Austin on a google map and it looks nice.
October 26th, 2012
Mercedes boss Ross Brawn admits his team needs a ‘pretty substantial’ car redesign for next year, but insists his outfit will not go radical just for the sake of it. After a season that has failed to live up to early expectations , Brawn is aware of the step that Mercedes must make in 2013 if it is to do better than the pole position and race win it has delivered so far this campaign. But his time in Formula 1 has also taught him that electing to go aggressive with a car concept is no guarantee of success in the future
October 9th, 2012
Mercedes will continue to experiment with the Lotus-style double-DRS in Friday practice for the Korean Grand Prix. The design was tried for the first time during practice for the Belgian Grand Prix and subsequently run extensively at the Magny-Cours young driver test. It ran on Nico Rosberg’s car during Friday morning practice in Japan last weekend but the team opted not to continue with it
October 6th, 2012
Pirelli plans a further shake-up of its tyres for 2013 in a bid to keep the racing exciting – but has promised to make life easier for the teams. Following its most recent testing at Barcelona, Pirelli believes the best way of spicing things up for next year is to make revisions to both the compound and construction of its rubber
September 7th, 2012
McLaren drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton are adamant that the storm of speculation about Hamilton’s 2013 plans is not distracting them from their world championship bid .
August 9th, 2012
HRT boss Luis Perez-Sala believes the team’s F112 car is at 50 per cent of its full potential after the halfway point of the 2012 Formula 1 season.
July 24th, 2012
McLaren will introduce further car upgrades for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix as it bids to build on its impressive performance at Hockenheim. A major package of updates, which included modified sidepods and exhausts allowed McLaren to return to race-winning contention in the German Grand Prix. It is hoped that further aerodynamic upgrades at the Hungaroring will build on that progress after team principal Martin Whitmarsh stressed the importance of ongoing development work.
July 22nd, 2012
It’s too early to say what the consequences will be for Red Bull if the German Grand Prix stewards agree with FIA technical delegate Joe Bauer’s conclusions that Red Bull is in breach of Article 5.5.3 of the F1 technical regulations.
July 22nd, 2012
The FIA has referred Red Bull to the stewards of the German Grand Prix for a suspected breach of Formula 1′s technical regulations. A statement released by FIA Formula 1 technical delegate Jo Bauer said that the matter related to the engine torque maps on both Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber’s cars. The FIA highlighted that the reduced torque in the mid rpm range on both cars was a breach of the regulations in itself, but also because it could offer an illegal aerodynamic benefit as well.
July 20th, 2012
McLaren sporting director Sam Michael is confident that the car upgrades McLaren ran for the first time in Friday morning practice at Hockenheim today are a major step forward. The new package includes modified sidepods and exhaust, as well as tweaks to the diffuser and other aerodynamic modifications
July 2nd, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen sees only a bright future for himself in Formula 1, as he waits to see whether the improving Caterham team can deliver him the step forwards he wants to see. The Finn is out of contract at the end of this season, but is willing to give Caterham a few more races to show that it is on right path to move forwards before he begins considering any other options. But despite his speed making him an attractive option elsewhere, Kovalainen says he is happy to bide his time before deciding on what he does, because he knows that whichever path he takes will result in him driving competitive machinery.
June 29th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen says the British Grand Prix cannot come soon enough, with the latest batch of Caterham upgrades set to deliver another step forward in performance. The Hingham-based team enjoyed one of its most competitive Formula 1 weekends yet in Valencia as new parts helped Kovalainen make it through to Q2 on merit
June 18th, 2012
Bruno Senna believes that the high-speed nature of the next few tracks on the calendar, allied to a major update package scheduled for Silverstone, can help Williams get back to fighting near the front of the field. After two disappointing outings for the Grove-based team following Pastor Maldonado’s victory in the Spanish Grand Prix, Senna thinks there is still every chance of a swift return to form. Reflecting on its struggles in Canada, Senna told AUTOSPORT: “I think running on very fast straights is not really the best part of the car.
May 11th, 2012
Timo Glock – 21st: “To be honest we’ve had two pretty difficult sessions today as we’ve struggled with the balance of the car. It’s been very nervous on both sets of tyres so a little disappointing that we seem to still have this problem. We’ll just have to take a good look at the data and see what we can find to improve the situation for tomorrow.” Charles Pic – 22nd: “I am quite happy with the way today has been.
May 10th, 2012
HRT will run a major aerodynamic upgrade package on Pedro de la Rosa car in Friday practice for the Spanish Grand Prix. The package will include a new front and rear wing as well as a modified floor
April 12th, 2012
The Stewards convened at 17:15 hrs on April 12, 2012 to consider a protest lodged by Lotus F1 Team concerning the Technical Delegate’s scrutineering report of April 12, 2012. The protest was against the eligibility of Cars 7 and 8 entered by Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team wherein it was alleged the cars did not comply with Article 3.15 of the FIA Formula One Technical Regulations. The protest was lodged in accordance with Article 171 of the International Sporting Code and was lodged within the time prescribed under Article 174 (c).