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May 13th, 2013
Lotus thinks it would be unfair if Pirelli makes changes to the tyres later this season just because some teams are struggling to make the rubber last. After a number of outfits were forced to make four-stops during the Spanish Grand Prix due to the high degradation, Pirelli has conceded that it may have to tweak its tyres to limit a repeat in the future. Such changes could hamper the Lotus outfit, which appears perfectly suited to the high degrading rubber with its E21
May 12th, 2013
Jules Bianchi – 18th: “I feel like I drove a really hard race today but there is not so much to show for it. I am obviously pleased to have had three strong middle stints but the damage was done in the opening few laps when I had to pit for a new nose. I think we recovered well from this and had we not had the extra stop we could have been fighting with Bottas today.
May 12th, 2013
Paul Hembery: “Strategy was again at the forefront of the Spanish Grand Prix, which as usual was very demanding on the tyres because of the unique characteristics of this circuit. This is why we saw high levels of degradation, which should not be seen again to this extent for the rest of the year
May 11th, 2013
Ferrari technical supremo Pat Fry will miss the rest of the Spanish Grand Prix weekend after being diagnosed with appendicitis. Fry was taken to hospital in Barcelona on Saturday morning after visiting the Ferrari team doctor amid the suspicion that he was suffering either from kidney stones or appendicitis. The latter was diagnosed and Fry is undergoing a routine operation during the afternoon.
May 11th, 2013
Pirelli now suspects that Paul di Resta’s tyre failure in practice for the Spanish Grand Prix was caused by a cut in the rubber. After overnight inspection of the remains of the left rear tyre that gave way on di Resta’s car, Pirelli suspects that the tread overheated after debris caused a small cut in it. The overheating, allied to the force being put through the rubber, caused the tyre to fail as di Resta exited the high-speed final corner at the Circuit de Catalunya
May 10th, 2013
McLaren admits that fixing the problems on its MP4-28 is going to be a long-term project, as it further played down talk of a dramatic step forward in Spain this weekend. The Woking-based team has introduced at the Circuit de Catalunya a heavily revised car, which features a new front wing, rear wing, sidepods, tweaked rear suspension uprights and other minor changes
April 23rd, 2013
Tony Kanaan is expected to be fit for next weekend’s Sao Paulo IndyCar race, despite injuring his hand in a Long Beach crash. The Brazilian hurt his right hand when he hit the barriers while fighting Oriol Servia for fifth in the closing laps of the race
April 22nd, 2013
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel said he was impressed with what he saw after visiting the venue of the future Russian Grand Prix on Monday. The Red Bull driver, together with former racer David Coulthard, visited the pit building and drove an Infiniti road car through some of the existing corners of the 5.8km track despite heavy rain hitting the circuit
April 20th, 2013
Nico Hulkenburg – 14th: “We always knew it was going to be difficult to get into Q3 today. However, I expected we would be starting closer to the top 10
April 18th, 2013
The Tech 3 MotoGP team says it is ready to compete in the Grand Prix of the Americas this weekend despite a fire in its garage overnight. One of the electric starters to start the bikes up caught fire inside Cal Crutchlow’s and Bradley Smith’s pit garage at Austin. The track’s sprinkler system was immediately activated and prevented any serious damage.
April 17th, 2013
A section of the original layout of the Le Mans 24 Hours circuit will be recreated as part of the 90th anniversary celebrations of the French endurance classic. The roads at the Pontlieue Hairpin, the most northerly point of the first layout of the Circuit de la Sarthe used from 1923-1928, will be returned to their 1920s glory for the week of this year’s 24 Hours in June.
April 16th, 2013
Ducati admits it will arrive at Austin on the back foot following its decision to skip MotoGP’s pre-season test at the Texan track. While Honda and Yamaha’s factory riders completed a collective 10 days of running in March, Ducati’s sole experience comes via Nicky Hayden’s brief run around the circuit on a street bike. Following the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix, where Andrea Dovizioso and Hayden were seventh and eighth respectively, Ducati team manager Vittoriano Guareschi acknowledged his team faces a difficult weekend.
April 10th, 2013
The fruits of the European Rally Championship’s revamp will really be seen in 2014, says organiser Francois Ribeiro, who predicts that next year will be the greatest in the series’ 60-year history. Ribeiro believes the onset of R5 category cars allied to the already strong base of Super 2000 and Regional Rally Car machinery will transform the ERC into a hotbed of competition
April 9th, 2013
The US Starworks Motorsport squad will not defend its LMP2 crown in this year’s World Endurance Championship.
March 30th, 2013
Petter Solberg completed his first shakedown test of his new Citroen DS3 Supercar ahead of this weekend’s FIA European Rallycross Championship opener at Lydden. The 2003 World Rally Champion ran his car for the first time on Thursday and Friday at the Circuit de l’Ouest Parisien, close to Paris, and said it was even quicker than he had anticipated
March 26th, 2013
Mercedes driver Robert Wickens topped the opening day of official DTM pre-season testing at Barcelona on Tuesday. The Canadian set a best time of 1m06.735s among the 148 laps he completed in his HWA C-coupe during the afternoon, the test taking place on the short version of the circuit used for DTM events from 2006-09.
March 23rd, 2013
World Touring Car champion Rob Huff says Fredy Barth must take responsibility for the pair’s early collision in qualifying at Monza.
March 23rd, 2013
Sebastian Vettel – 1st: “It was very difficult as the circuit was half dry and half wet today – so it was difficult to find the right compromise between pushing hard and also saving the tyres. It was the right strategy to come in and change the tyres and the pace was there
March 13th, 2013
MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo believes Yamaha and Honda’s rivals will rue not joining them for their private Austin test given how hard it is to master the track. The factory Hondas and Yamahas, plus LCR Honda rider Stefan Bradl, are testing at MotoGP’s new American venue this week . After Tuesday’s opening day of running, Lorenzo said he liked the Circuit of the Americas layout but was very relieved to have extra time to learn it.
March 6th, 2013
Austin’s Circuit of the Americas has undergone its final FIM inspection prior to MotoGP’s test debut at the Texan venue next week. The leading MotoGP teams will test at Austin from March 12-14.