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April 4th, 2013
Formula Renault 3.5 title favourite Antonio Felix da Costa believes he and Arden Caterham are in even better shape this year than they were at the end of 2012. The Red Bull junior was the highest-scoring driver in the championship last year over the six weekends he contested following his mid-season replacement of Lewis Williamson. Da Costa won four of the final five races of the year, climbing to fourth in the championship, and he believes that he will be even stronger with an off-season testing programme under his belt.
February 8th, 2013
EJ Viso believes that his ride with Andretti Autosport was the strongest option available to him for 2013 after he backed down on his initial plans to form his own team. Viso, together with a group of sponsors working collectively under the Team Venezuela banner, had originally signalled his intention to strike out as an owner-driver after leaving KV Racing at the end of last season. But the challenges of putting a programme together in time for 2013 eventually prompted him to look elsewhere for a ride, and he is confident that the fourth seat at Andretti will prove to be the right choice.
October 17th, 2012
Pastor Maldonado declares returning Williams to the top of the Formula 1 hierarchy the ‘mission’ he aims to complete before contemplating leaving the team. The Venezuelan won earlier this year at Barcelona , but then went on an eight-race point-less streak which was only ended at Suzuka
April 14th, 2012
Mark Webber expects Red Bull Racing to focus on the latest specification exhaust package in the long-term despite team-mate Sebastian Vettel reverting to the team’s original 2012 set-up for the Chinese Grand Prix. Red Bull decided to run one package on each car in China on Friday to gather comparative data, and Vettel opted to continue with the older version because even though it produces less downforce, it creates a more consistent balance
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).
March 15th, 2012
Fernando Alonso is not ruling out fighting in front of the field in Australia despite a difficult pre-season for Ferrari. The Maranello squad has admitted it has not reached the targets set for winter testing with its F2012 car, but Alonso said on Thursday that does not mean Ferrari will be slower than its rivals when the racing kicks off.
November 23rd, 2011
Darian Grubb is uncertain about returning as Tony Stewart’s crew chief this year and didn’t rule out leaving Stewart Haas altogether. Grubb has been the man on top of the #14 team since the squad was established, making the move from Hendrick Motorsports, where he had already won races as crew chief when sporadically taking on the role. On Sunday, following the season finale when his team clinched the title after Stewart won the race, Grubb revealed that a few weeks ago he had been told he wouldn’t remain in his position beyond this year
July 18th, 2011
Valentino Rossi is now unsure about switching back to Ducati’s old-spec GP11 following an improved performance at the German Grand Prix. After qualifying a dismal 16th for the Sachsenring race, Rossi said that the revised GP11.1, which was introduced three races ago and is largely based on next year’s bike, was difficult to ride.
April 21st, 2011
Williams has the qualities it needs to turn around its disappointing start to the year, believes shareholder Toto Wolff, once it has found the answers as to why its promising pre-season form has not delivered results so far. The Grove-based outfit has experienced its worst ever start to a Formula 1 season, and the team is currently evaluating what changes it has to make to improve the situation.
November 11th, 2010
DRIVERS: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari), Lewis Hamilton (McLaren), Nico Hulkenberg (Williams), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull), Mark Webber (Red Bull) PRESS CONFERENCE Q. A question to all the championship contenders.
October 13th, 2010
Outing champion Kris Meeke is about to end his IRC career for now to lead Mini’s new programme in the World Rally Championship.
September 9th, 2010
DRIVERS: Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari), Rubens BARRICHELLO (Williams), Jenson BUTTON (McLaren), Vitantonio LIUZZI (Force India), Jarno TRULLI (Lotus) PRESS CONFERENCE Q. Jarno, your home race
August 6th, 2010
AJ Allmendinger believes his new multi-year deal with Richard Petty Motorsports will allow him to get some continuity in his NASCAR career and build upon it. On Friday at Watkins Glen, RPM officially announced Allmendinger’s contract extension
October 3rd, 2009
Canadian Grand Prix organisers are confident that they are still on course to secure a place on next year’s Formula 1 calendar, despite Bernie Ecclestone claiming that he was losing patience with the discussions. Montreal has been handed a provisional slot by the FIA on the 2010 schedule pending the completion of a deal with Formula One Management. Ecclestone stirred things up with the Canadian media in Japan, however, by claiming that he wanted the matter settled in the next few days.
September 11th, 2009
The final part of the 2010 World Rally Championship calendar will be agreed at next week’s WRC commission meeting in Paris, when the fate of Rally Bulgaria will be decided. The Borovets-based event ran in July, but was marred by an accident which killed co-driver Flavio Guglielmini. Despite the event ending prematurely following that crash, WRC commission president Morrie Chandler said the rally made a strong case for inclusion next season, and that a decision would be made at next Monday’s meeting.