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March 17th, 2013
Fernando Alonso – 5th: “I am very pleased with this result, because if our aim for the year is to reduce the gap to our competitors and start from better positions than we have done in the past two seasons, we can claim to have managed it. After winter testing, it was difficult to draw any conclusions and that was also the case today, with a delayed qualifying and very changeable weather conditions. Once again, Red Bull demonstrated its superiority, but while it’s true that we fought with them right down to the last race, for the past two seasons, I am sure that once again this year we will be there to mix it with them, if we do everything perfectly without making mistakes.
March 17th, 2013
Valtteri Bottas – 16th: “It wasn’t the easiest qualifying session to start my Formula 1 career. It was good to get through Q1 yesterday but the conditions were tricky again today as it was getting drier all the time.
March 16th, 2013
Pastor Maldonado declared that Williams has taken a huge step backwards this season after being eliminated from Australian Grand Prix qualifying in Q1.
March 3rd, 2013
Lotus is heading into the 2013 Formula 1 season confident it has a car capable of fighting at the front, but equally aware the battle for victory is going to be more intense than ever. With paddock consensus suggesting there is little separating the leading teams in performance terms ahead of the Australian Grand Prix, Lotus is at least buoyed by what it has delivered so far. With Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean having produced both quick single-lap performances and some impressive long-run pace, Lotus boss Eric Boullier says that optimism is as high as it was last year.
March 1st, 2013
Sebastian Vettel says the balance of Red Bull’s RB9 still stood out on a day when adverse conditions affected testing programmes all along the Formula 1 pitlane. Vettel, who completed 65 laps, admitted that rain and strong crosswinds meant gathering meaningful data had been extremely limited. Despite that the defending champion said Red Bull still had reason to be encouraged given the balance of the RB9.
March 1st, 2013
Fernando Alonso says his Ferrari team’s state is ’200 times better’ going into the 2013 Formula 1 season than 12 months earlier. The Italian squad had a torrid winter in 2012 after its car proved to be a lot less competitive than expected ahead of the first race of the season.
March 1st, 2013
Williams is confident it has made the progress it wanted to with its new car, but it is not bold enough to say just how far forward it will move it up the grid.
February 28th, 2013
Jean-Eric Vergne believes Toro Rosso has made significant progress after introducing new updates at Formula 1′s final winter test. The Faenza-based squad introduced the tweaks on the first day at Barcelona and, despite the poor weather conditions, the Frenchman said he could immediately feel the difference. Vergne completed 59 laps on his way to the third quickest time of the day.
February 27th, 2013
The final pre-season Formula 1 test kicks off at Barcelona on Thursday amid fears that the vital four days of running will be hit by bad weather conditions. With a threat of rain on both Thursday and Friday, teams face the prospect of having to condense much of their final on-track preparations of the season into only two full days of dry running over the weekend.
February 23rd, 2013
The second day of Formula Renault 3.5 testing was cancelled on Saturday because of the poor weather conditions at the Aragon circuit. The Spanish track was covered in snow and ice this morning, making it impossible for the teams to take to the circuit and forcing organisers to call the test off. New McLaren junior driver Stoffel Vandoorne had been quickest on the opening day of the test on Friday.
February 22nd, 2013
Pol Espargaro and Maverick Vinales once again went quickest in Moto2 and Moto3 pre-season testing at Jerez respectively. Rain and fog effectively spoiled the final day of the three-day test, with the worsening conditions sealing Espargaro and Vinales’ places at the top of the timesheets. The pair also topped their respective categories in pre-season testing at Valencia one week ago
February 8th, 2013
Pedro de la Rosa admitted that his Ferrari debut was a day of mixed emotions after fearing that he would not be able to do more than a few laps. The 41-year-old’s Ferrari F138 suffered a gearbox failure in the morning, which caused a small fire, and there were initially concerns that the damage might have prevented the car running again today. But after a gearbox change, de la Rosa took to the track in the afternoon for his first serious laps
February 6th, 2013
Mark Webber believes Red Bull has made a more satisfying start to the 2013 Formula 1 campaign than it did to last year’s title-winning season. The Australian said the reliability of the RB9 was especially pleasing, having racked up 101 laps – the most of any driver – on the second day at Jerez. After two days of testing last year, Webber’s RB8 was the fastest of the new cars, although he was delayed by three hours on the first day waiting for new parts.
February 5th, 2013
Daniel Ricciardo is confident that Toro Rosso has achieved its target of producing a car with a wider set-up window compared to last year. The Australian completed 70 laps on the first day of running for the new Ferrari-engined STR8 at Jerez , setting the fifth fastest time of the day, and was cautiously optimistic about its handling characteristics
February 2nd, 2013
Mikko Hirvonen is confident he can get his 2013 World Rally title challenge underway properly by winning Rally Sweden next week. Citroen’s Finn was expected to lead the team’s championship assault this year now that erstwhile number one Sebastien Loeb was in semi-retirement
January 23rd, 2013
Pirelli says it is ‘ready’ to extend its contract with Formula 1 beyond this year, even though there remains the chance that the matter could go out to tender. The Italian tyre manufacturer is pleased with the way the two seasons since its F1 return have gone , and it is excited about its plans for 2013. Its contract comes to an end later this year, however, and the company is not yet in a position to make firm plans for 2014.
January 20th, 2013
Qatar M-Sport team leader Mads Ostberg says his fifth position on the Monte Carlo Rally was as much as he could have expected on his debut as the team’s new leader. Ostberg’s Monte debut drew praise from his team principal Malcolm Wilson, especially with the 24-year-old Fiesta RS WRC driver scoring a fastest time on the event as well.
January 16th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb utterly dominated the second loop of Monte Carlo Rally stages, with his lead confirmed as 1m20s when timing problems were finally resolved. The running order had been unclear for over three hours due to problems with new provider SIT’s timing system on stage three. When accurate results were eventually published, teams’ estimates that Loeb now held a 1m20s advantage proved correct.
November 25th, 2012
Vitaly Petrov – 11th: “What an incredible race. I’m so pleased for the whole team and I want to thank every single one of them for doing such a fantastic job in the conditions today. Seeing what regaining tenth place in the championship meant to everyone when I got back to the garage was really special and I think we deserve it after all the hard work we’ve put in throughout the whole year.
November 25th, 2012
Jenson Button described the Brazilian Grand Prix as an extraordinarily tough race after emerging on top of a nailbiting event.