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March 15th, 2013
Red Bull’s rivals are unsurprised to see the reigning world champion team setting the pace in free practice for the Australian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber topped the timesheets, with Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg best of the rest, four tenths off the pace. This is despite the best Red Bull lap during the eight days of testing at Barcelona being just over 2.3 seconds away from the best time
August 15th, 2012
Qualifying is no less important a determining factor in who wins races in Formula 1 in 2012 than it has been in previous seasons. There have been suggestions that the combination of high-degradation Pirelli rubber and the relative ease of overtaking have reduced the impact of Saturday afternoons, but the statistics suggest this not to be the case.
August 14th, 2012
FIA Single Seater Commission president Gerhard Berger says motorsport’s single-seater ladder is currently flawed and needs urgent streamlining, placing particular emphasis on Formula 3.
July 26th, 2012
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari cannot afford to make any mistakes in the remaining races of the season despite his advantage in the points standings. The Spaniard became the first driver to win three races in 2012 In Germany last weekend, increasing his lead in the championship to 34 points over Red Bull’s Mark Webber and 44 over Sebastian Vettel. And while Alonso admitted he is in a good position in the championship after the halfway point of the season, but says it is too easy to lose momentum if the team makes a mistake
May 27th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb is now cruising towards Acropolis Rally victory following Petter Solberg’s retirement. A big battle between the top two had been expected on the final day in Greece after Solberg’s Ford closed to within 10 seconds of Loeb’s Citroen on Saturday afternoon. But those hopes of an exciting finish were dashed on Sunday’s Aghil Theodori opener when Solberg crashed and took the left rear wheel off his Ford, ending his rally and leaving the disappointed former champion apologising to his team.
May 4th, 2012
Kimi Raikkonen says his sights are firmly set on victory now, on the back of the strong start to the season that his Lotus team has delivered.
April 2nd, 2012
David Reutimann apologised for causing the last-minute caution which triggered chaos in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Martinsville, after Hendrick Motorsports drivers had looked poised to claim a milestone 200th victory for the elite squad. Reutimann had been black-flagged as he ran off the pace in the closing laps while trying to make it to the finish, but his car eventually stopped three laps from the end just as a side-by-side battle for the lead was unfoldding between Hendrick drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson.
March 23rd, 2012
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes it would be wrong for Formula 1 to have the FIA policing the Resource Restriction Agreement. As reported by AUTOSPORT last week , most Formula 1 teams signed a letter to FIA president Jean Todt asking the ruling body to step in following the breakdown of talks between the top teams on the future of the RRA
March 1st, 2012
Pirelli is open to the idea of making its softer tyre more aggressive later this year if the compound does not deliver the high levels of degradation it is hoping for. After its experiences so far of testing the new-for-2012 compounds, Pirelli is happy with the performance differential between its compounds – which it estimates being between 0.4-0.5 seconds – but fears that its soft tyre may not degrade as much as it had hoped for. Although data from testing can sometimes be misleading, and the true race situations in warmer conditions may provide a different picture, Pirelli is ready to look at different options.
November 29th, 2011
The British Touring Car Championship will introduce a new scoring system next year, with points awarded to drivers finishing as low as 15th in races.
October 12th, 2011
Provided by the BTCC press office Q: Coming into the final round of the season, five drivers in four different makes of car racing for four different teams can all win the championship. The top three are covered by just five points
October 12th, 2011
British Touring Car Championship chief Alan Gow believes that his TOCA organisation has got it right with the measures used to ensure parity between the different types of cars in the series this year. There has been discontent from many teams and drivers in the paddock this year over the performance balancing measures used to ensure equality between Super 2000 cars using both normally-aspirated and turbocharged engines, and the new-for-2011 NGTC machines.
August 5th, 2011
Mike Rockenfeller set the pace in the opening free practice session for this weekend’s DTM race at the Nurburgring.
July 30th, 2011
Pirelli expects drivers to opt for a three-stop strategy in the Hungarian Grand Prix, but much will depend on how hot race day is at the Hungaroring. Initial running of the super soft and soft tyres indicates that there is an eight tenths of a second per lap difference between the two compounds, with degradation issues suggesting that the prime tyre will be the one used most in the race.
August 24th, 2010
Felipe Massa thinks Ferrari can take nothing for granted about its form for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix – even though he thinks its title fightback has gone better than expected. Ferrari had set a target of winning one of the races before the summer break, and its dominant form in Germany – albeit full of controversy – served to rejuvenate its championship ambitions. But despite the step forward in form, Massa thinks the way the pace of the leading teams has fluctuated so much this year means that predicting how things will pan out at Spa is impossible.
October 17th, 2009
Mark Webber – 2nd: “That was a very tricky session – especially in Q1 when the conditions were really bad. The car was difficult to drive then, but we scraped through. After qualifying re-started, the track came back to us a bit and I was able to be more competitive