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June 8th, 2013
Jules Bianchi – 20th: “It has been a frustrating day as I think we were looking strong yesterday in the dry and in anticipation of a dry race tomorrow.
June 7th, 2013
Lewis Hamilton says the onus is on him – and not his Mercedes team – to sort out the brake problems that are hampering his form. The Mercedes driver has admitted that for the first time in his career he does not have the confidence he needs with the braking characteristics of his car.
May 25th, 2013
Romain Grosjean insists that his confidence has not been rattled by the two separate trips into the wall at Sainte Devote he has taken so far in the Monaco Grand Prix weekend. The Lotus driver hit the wall for the first time on Thursday during free practice two, before repeating the effort on Saturday morning in the final minute of the third practice session. The team managed to repair the car just in time for Grosjean to take part in qualifying, where he locked down 13th on the grid
May 23rd, 2013
Kimi Raikkonen – 11th/6th: “I was much happier at the end of today than this morning. We spent the first session getting the steering right as it wasn’t great at the beginning, then we changed a few things on the car and it felt far better. We’ve still got a few other areas to improve, but it was getting stronger with every run today.
April 29th, 2013
Sergio Perez believes his drive to sixth in the Bahrain Grand Prix is proof he can be successful with McLaren. The Mexican struggled in the first three races of the season, and admitted after China that he had been amazed by the amount of criticism he had attracted.
April 22nd, 2013
Marc Marquez admits his opening to his rookie MotoGP campaign has exceeded all his expectations. The 20-year-old followed up a podium on his grand prix debut with victory at Austin , in the process becoming the youngest winner in the sport’s history. He also moved into a share of the championship lead, level on points with last year’s champion Jorge Lorenzo
April 18th, 2013
Romain Grosjean will get a new chassis for this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix as he continues to try to get on top of his problems. The Lotus driver has struggled with the handling of his car and has been unable to match the pace of his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen, especially in race conditions, where Grosjean is finding it very hard to make his tyres work properly. In order to rule out any car problems, AUTOSPORT has learned that Lotus has decided to bring a new chassis for Grosjean at Sakhir
April 12th, 2013
Sergio Perez admits his two Chinese Grand Prix practice crashes, coupled with the inconsistency of McLaren’s MP4-28, have upset his confidence in the car. The Mexican provided a bizarre end to first practice when he locked up and slid into the barriers at the pitlane entry, while he spun across the gravel trap and nudged the Turn 8 barriers in the second session
April 11th, 2013
Robert Kubica says his confidence is rising ahead of his World Rally Championship debut on this weekend’s Rally of Portugal. The Pole will drive a Citroen DS3 RRC in the WRC2 category, competing for the first time on gravel
April 8th, 2013
Jorge Lorenzo says Yamaha cannot afford any degree of complacency despite a ‘perfect start’ to the season after he led team-mate Valentino Rossi home in Qatar. While Rossi had to fight his way through to second, Lorenzo dominated from the outset, leading away from pole and extending his advantage every lap.
March 21st, 2013
Citroen driver Robert Kubica has set the fastest time in this morning’s Canaries Rally shakedown stage. Kubica posted a time of 1m26.5s for the stage, with two-time event winner Jan Kopecky listed as six tenths of a second slower than the former grand prix winner.
March 1st, 2013
Citroen team leader Mikko Hirvonen is adamant he can make up for his troubled start to the 2013 World Rally Championship in Mexico next week. The Leon-based event will be the first rally the factory Citroen team has contested without Sebastien Loeb since Rally New Zealand in 2002.
March 1st, 2013
IndyCar rookie Tristan Vautier says he has been encouraged by his strong performances in pre-season testing. The 23-year-old, who completes Schmidt Peterson Motorsport’s expanded two-car line-up alongside compatriot Simon Pagenaud this year, was quickest in the recent test at Sebring, and unofficial times again put him at the top of the sheets at Wednesday’s Sonoma test. But despite the promising early signs, Vautier cautions that he still has a lot of work ahead to prepare for his debut in the season-opener at St Petersburg.
February 27th, 2013
Last year’s Nissan DeltaWing project proved crucial in the Japanese manufacturer’s decision to return to the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2014 with an experimental electric car. Nissan global motorsport director Darren Cox, the architect of the brand’s involvement with the DeltaWing, said that last year’s project was vital in proving the value of the ‘Garage 56′ grid spot reserved for cars showcasing environmentally-friendly technology. “This wouldn’t have happened without DeltaWing; we wouldn’t have had the confidence to go into this project and people wouldn’t have realised the value of ‘Garage 56′,” said Cox.
February 18th, 2013
Caterham chief Cyril Abiteboul believes a fresh start with the team’s driver line-up is healthy, despite Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde lacking predecessors Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov’s experience. Last year’s Caterham team-mates had seven years in Formula 1 between them, whereas the 2013 line-up can only boast Pic’s single season at Marussia.
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.
January 31st, 2013
Lotus technical director James Allison believes his team’s driver line-up will prove to be its “trump card” in 2013. Lotus unveiled its striking new E21 challenger at Enstone on Monday and Allison is certain that Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean will do the new machine justice. “By far and away the biggest trump card we have to play this year is that we have got two drivers who start the year [in strong shape],” Allison told AUTOSPORT
January 17th, 2013
McLaren says it has been encouraged by its early impressions of Sergio Perez, after the Mexican got down to work with the team last week. Perez has spent the last few days meeting with the engineers to get acquainted with his new surroundings, having spent the last two seasons at Sauber
December 22nd, 2012
Nico Rosberg is adamant that Mercedes made ‘massive’ progress across the 2012 Formula 1 season and insists his confidence has not been shaken by its lacklustre finish to its campaign. The German mixed scoring his breakthrough grand prix victory in China with a barren six-race pointless run at the end of the year as Mercedes dropped down the competitive order.
November 30th, 2012
Ferrari is bracing itself for what it believes will be the ‘toughest year’ in Formula 1 history next season, as teams get ready for new regulations in 2014. With the outfit determined to make amends for the weaknesses that cost it this year’s world championship, Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says he is under no illusions about the size of the task his outfit is facing if it wants to triumph. He reckons that the challenge posed by new car and engine rules for 2014 is already immense, and that having to also keep pushing with its 2013 challenger will be tough.