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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 10th, 2013
Cal Crutchlow has questioned the wisdom of Yamaha’s negotiations with Pol Espargaro that could cost the Briton his Tech 3 ride at the end of 2013. The 27-year-old Briton confirmed he is aware of Yamaha’s plans to sign Espargaro, runner-up to Marc Marquez in last year’s Moto2 championship, to a factory contract. Works riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi, and Tech 3 team-mate Bradley Smith, all have contracts with the Japanese manufacturer, but Crutchlow only has a one-year deal
September 8th, 2012
Lewis Hamilton admitted he was surprised his Monza pole lap was good enough, as he felt he could have done much better. The Briton set his 1m24.010s pole time early in Q3 and it could not be beaten.
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
April 29th, 2012
Casey Stoner says winning at Jerez for the first time in his MotoGP career was a ‘very special’ moment in light of changing conditions and a return of the arm pump that plagued him in Qatar. Stoner had only qualified fifth on Saturday, more than one second down on Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa, but with improved feeling on the RC213V he was able to move into the lead within the opening three laps
April 7th, 2012
Dani Pedrosa blamed electrical problems and handling issues for his low-key seventh on the grid for the Qatar Grand Prix, but also confessed to losing concentration in qualifying as his troubles mounted. While the Spaniard’s Honda team-mate Casey Stoner topped two practice sessions and qualified second, Pedrosa has not been a factor at the front all weekend
January 20th, 2012
Next year’s Monte Carlo Rally is expected to return to a shorter format after a disappointing level of entries for this week’s World Rally Championship opener. Commissioner general of the Automobile Club de Monaco Michel Ferry admitted the six-day format of the event, which is returning to the WRC for the first time since 2008, was too much
January 7th, 2012
Force India has indicated that its 2012 car will be ready for the first winter test at Jerez from 7 February, having completed the mandatory crash tests for the VJM05 before Christmas. In a rule change for 2012, the FIA now stipulates that the crash tests must be passed before testing can commence, putting pressure on teams to be ready sooner.
December 18th, 2011
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has told his team it has everything it needs to return to the top in 2012 after a disappointing 2011 season. In a pre-Christmas speech to the team at Ferrari’s Maranello headquarters, di Montezemolo said he had been encouraged by the efforts he had seen at the factory, and felt that the team now had the right personnel in place and the approach needed to take the fight to Red Bull once again
November 6th, 2011
Yamaha stand-in Katsuyuki Nakasuga confessed he was amazed to find himself in sixth place at the end of the Valencia Grand Prix.
August 28th, 2011
Pastor Maldonado has criticised Lewis Hamilton’s driving after the McLaren driver crashed out of the Belgian Grand Prix while fighting for fourth position with Kamui Kobayashi’s Sauber. Hamilton had executed a pass on the Japanese when the pair made contact under braking for Les Combes at the top of the hill, as Hamilton moved back across to the left to take the racing line. This led to a large accident for the 2008 world champion.
April 15th, 2011
Nasser Al-Attiyah says his exclusion from Super 2000 World Rally Championship victory on last month’s Rally Mexico spurred him on to find more speed on the Jordan Rally today. The Ford driver leads the SWRC section comfortably after the opening loop of stages and he says he will continue that pace to erase the memory of his Leon loss
April 3rd, 2011
Jorge Lorenzo said it was a real challenge to stay focused in the lead of the Spanish Grand Prix as so many of his rivals crashed out. The whole field was struggling first with the slippery surface, then with their wet tyres fading as the track dried. Lorenzo’s Yamaha team-mate Ben Spies crashed out of second late on, Marco Simoncelli fell while leading, and Valentino Rossi collected Casey Stoner in an accident as the Italian tried to take second
March 27th, 2011
British rookie Paul di Resta says his Formula 1 debut was ‘definitely worth the wait’ after a strong showing in his maiden grand prix for Force India. The 24-year-old Scot outqualified his more experienced team-mate Adrian Sutil, and then ran ahead of the German in the race before moving over twice to allow for varying strategies. Di Resta finished in 12th bu was elevated to 10th after the Sauber drivers were disqualified.
February 12th, 2011
Nick Heidfeld says he was already able to work on developing Renault’s R31 before the end of his evaluation test with the team at Jerez. The grand prix veteran drove the car for the first time on Saturday, as the team assessed his potential to fill in for the injured Robert Kubica
February 11th, 2011
Robert Kubica is convinced he will return to the Formula 1 track a better driver once he has recovered from the injuries he picked up in last weekend’s rally crash, as he insisted he ‘must’ get back this year. The Pole is due to undergo another bout of surgery in Italy today to work on fractures he picked up in the accident. And although he faces a lengthy recovery period, with doctors warning it could take a year for him to get back into an F1 car, Kubica says he is already focusing only on his return
January 14th, 2011
Carlos Sainz took his 23rd Dakar stage win on the penultimate leg of this year’s event, while his Volkswagen team-mate Nasser Al-Attiyah is now just one stage away from clinching the rally victory.
July 30th, 2010
Sakon Yamamoto is hopeful that he will get more race outings for HRT over the remainder of the season, after taking part in his third consecutive race in Hungary this weekend. The Japanese driver filled in for Bruno Senna at the British Grand Prix, and has replaced Karun Chandhok for the races in Germany and Hungary. And although Yamamoto has been outqualified by his team-mate in both races so far, he thinks there is a good chance he could keep his seat for the next race in Belgium.
October 17th, 2009
Adrian Sutil declared himself “very happy” with his third place on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos. The Force India driver brought himself up to the second row with his final lap of qualifying as conditions improved on the wet track surface. “We had some problems on Friday in the dry and it didn’t look great,” the German said
October 3rd, 2009
Rubens Barrichello – 5th: “I’m happy with my qualifying today considering the pace that we have here in Suzuka. We didn’t have particularly competitive sessions in Q1 and Q2 and it was difficult to predict where we might end up.