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May 14th, 2013
Rally legend Carlos Sainz will make his rallycross debut at this weekend’s X Games in Barcelona. The 51-year-old Spaniard, who won the World Rally crown in 1990 and ’92, will contest the event at the city’s Olympic Stadium in a Marklund Motorsports Volkswagen Polo supercar.
April 26th, 2013
Thailand is making progress with its plans to hold an inaugural Formula 1 race in 2015 after local authorities approved the layout for the proposed Bangkok track this week. The Sports Authority of Thailand met on Thursday to discuss the concept , and confirmed that a 5.995 kilometre circuit would be created near the Royal Thai Naval Dockyard in Bangkok. The circuit will run past several major tourist destinations, including the Grand Palace, the Temple of Dawn and Victory Monument.
April 23rd, 2013
Formula E staged a demonstration run on the streets of Los Angeles on Monday, ahead of its planned race in the city in 2014. LA was included on a list of eight cities submitted to the FIA to host races in the championship’s inaugural season next year
March 24th, 2013
The Brazilian Grand Prix could switch to Rio de Janeiro within the next three years, suggests Bernie Ecclestone. With ‘ facilities being no match for many of the current venues on the calendar, Ecclestone says he is eager for a change of venue. In an interview with The Mail on Sunday , Ecclestone reckoned that there was a possibility for Rio de Janeiro to reclaim the grand prix for 2016, the same year the city will be holding the Olympics.
March 8th, 2013
London has been included on a list of eight cities submitted to the FIA to host races in the inaugural Formula E season in 2014. Organisers of the series for electric single-seater cars presented a preliminary calendar to the sport’s governing body on Friday, with London being joined by Rome, Los Angeles, Miami, Beijing, Putrajaya, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Mayor of London Boris Johnson said: “Zero emission world class motor racing is a scintillating concept and I am hugely keen that London be involved in the birth of Formula E
March 7th, 2013
Polish Mini driver Michal Kosciuszko will lead the field into Thursday night’s opening Rally Mexico stage in Guanajuato, following the running order selection for the third round of the 2013 World Rally Championship. Kosciuszko’s decision was made for him after his slowest time in qualifying, with all of the other drivers electing to run as far down the order as possible in an effort to avoid sweeping the surface of the road clean
February 12th, 2013
David Coulthard has hit out at long-standing criticisms of the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, suggesting protests against it are ‘selfish’ and ‘small-minded’. The Briton, who won the Albert Park event twice in his career, thinks that a recent growing wave of complaints about the high cost of the event should be stopped.
February 3rd, 2013
Jari Ketomaa has won Rally Liepaja-Ventspils in Latvia, round two of the European Rally Championship.
December 17th, 2012
FIA GT1 World Championship frontrunner Hexis Racing has decided against racing in the championship that will succeed it in 2013, the GT Sprint Series. Team boss Philippe Dumas, whose squad won the GT1 World manufacturers’ title with Aston Martin in 2011, explained that it was “99 per cent sure” that the team would not race its McLaren MP4-12Cs in the GT Sprint Series, which will run to the same format of the GT1 World.
December 3rd, 2012
Announcements on the remaining eight cities that will form the calendar for the inaugural FIA Formula E Championship will begin next month, according to Formula E Holdings CEO Alejandro Agag. Speaking at the launch of the Rome street race , Agag told AUTOSPORT that the majority of the other eight races that will join the Italian capital and Rio di Janeiro are already sorted, and that a string of announcements should be expected to kick start in January
November 18th, 2012
Michael Schumacher described his United States Grand Prix as massively difficult after what he felt was a tyre problem caused him to plunge down the order. The Mercedes driver started the Austin race from fifth position but quickly dropped down the order as he struggled with a lack of grip. Eventually the German finished in 16th place as Mercedes continued with its pointless streak, now going for five consecutive races.
November 18th, 2012
Formula 1 team bosses say the sport may have to wait years to judge whether the sport’s return to the USA has been a success. Sunday’s United States Grand Prix will be played-out in front of a sell-out crowd at the new Austin venue on Sunday, with the city having given grand prix racing a warm welcome this week. But Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn believes that a successful weekend is only the start of what needs to be a concerted year-on-year effort to lift F1′s profile in the country
November 15th, 2012
Mark Webber thinks the lower than expected temperatures in Austin could be the biggest hindrance for Red Bull at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Following a recent warm spell in the city, the temperatures have reverted to their more usual autumnal lows this week – and it is much cooler than Formula 1 teams have experienced at recent venues. With tyre temperatures having been such an important factor in the battle for victories this season, the cooler conditions could deliver a decisive swing in the tight battle at the front of the field
November 9th, 2012
Jenson Button: “Visiting a new circuit is always an interesting challenge. You approach it in a very different way from a track you’ve visited before – Thursday’s trackwalk and those first laps are all about exploration and understanding as you gather information from lots of different sources in a bid to build up a complete picture of the track and what’s required to get the best from it. “On paper, the circuit looks to have a little bit of everything – the plan-view certainly looks familiar; you can see elements of the Maggotts/Becketts complex from Silverstone; there’s a reverse of Istanbul Park’s Turn Eight, too; and I can even see a bit of the Hockenheim infield, too
October 22nd, 2012
Former world champion Mario Andretti labelled the Circuit of the Americas as phenomenal after christening the track during the weekend. The Austin circuit began its final countdown ahead of the inaugural United States Grand Prix with a ‘First Lap Ceremony’ in which drivers like Andretti and Jerome D’Ambrosio were joined by VIPs and celebrities.
October 3rd, 2012
World Rally Championship commission president Jarmo Mahonen has taken up a new role within the FIA, becoming rally director of world motorsport’s governing body.
October 1st, 2012
Timo Glock: “Suzuka is quite a different circuit to the last race in Singapore and with a lot of high-speed corners. Now we just need to wait and see how the car performs there. For this race we again have a couple of new developments on the car suited to this track, and I am hoping we will see another step forward and an even better chance of fighting with our immediate competitors and further closing the gap to the front of the field.
September 22nd, 2012
Singapore Grand Prix chiefs have not ruled out changing the track layout in the future as part of a push to improve the event. On the back of signing a new five-year contract to hold the grand prix until 2017, government officials have talked about considering ‘all options’ to minimise disruption the race has caused to the city state
September 22nd, 2012
IndyCar will not return to Edmonton in 2013 after the Canadian event’s promoter pulled out of the final year of its deal.
September 5th, 2012
The Baku street race in Azerbaijan in which Jacques Villeneuve and Jos Verstappen will compete has been set back three weeks. The invitational event for GT3 machinery, a pilot race for a new series to be known as the City Challenge, will now take place on October 27/28. The postponement has been blamed on a clash of dates with other events taking place in the Azerbaijan capital.