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March 14th, 2013
British circuit Mallory Park is embroiled in a battle with its local community over excessive noise at the Leicestershire circuit. Some residents have demanded the local council enforces restrictions on the number of days Mallory can operate. The circuit has breached a planning agreement that dates back to 1985, and residents have complained about Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council failing to enforce that arrangement
December 11th, 2012
MotoGP has extended its deal to race at Spain’s Jerez circuit until at least 2015. The 2.7-mile circuit earned a place on the provisional calendar released in September, but the event was still subject to confirmation. MotoGP commercial rights holder Dorna has now reached a deal with the Andalucia Government and the Jerez City Council, preserving the race’s spot in MotoGP for at least three more seasons
December 6th, 2012
United States Grand Prix organisers want the date of the 2013 event at the Austin circuit changed in order to avoid a clash with an American football match. The Circuit of the Americas race is scheduled for the weekend of November 17 next year following confirmation of the schedule by the FIA World Motor Sport Council yesterday.
July 22nd, 2012
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh is confident that the FIA and Formula 1 teams can come to a final agreement on cost-cutting soon. Teams had originally been given a deadline of the end of last month to finalise such measures, but this deadline was extended after no agreement was reached in time. The new deadline allowed the FIA World Motorsport Council to accept changes to the sporting and technical regulations, which would include measures for the FIA to police a resource restriction agreement up until Tuedsay (July 24).
July 7th, 2012
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says Silverstone chiefs were helpless to prevent the traffic chaos that has overshadowed this weekend’s British Grand Prix – as he said circuit bosses should not be criticised for what has happened.
March 9th, 2012
Portugal’s World Touring Car Championship round has been moved from Estoril to the Algarve Autodrome.
January 11th, 2012
The new Lola-Drayson partnership is aiming to be the chassis and drivetrain supplier to the FIA’s new Formula E series. The partnership took the wraps off its first collaboration – the all-electric B12/ 69EV – at the Cleaner Racing Conference in Birmingham’s NEC today. However, the LMP1-based car is just a showcase for the electric technology beneath the surface.
December 28th, 2011
MotoGP is keen to keep its Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez until at least 2016 after completing a deal to secure the 2012 race at the venue.
December 10th, 2011
Red Bull estimated that a crowd of 60,000 spectators turned out for its Home Run championship celebration in its Milton Keynes hometown today. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber took to the streets in their Formula 1 cars, joined by David Coulthard in a NASCAR Red Bull Toyota and Red Bull stunt rider Chris Pfeiffer. “It’s great to be here in Milton Keynes which is where the cars are built and everyone from the factory works,” said Vettel
June 29th, 2011
Formula 1 will officially switch to a 1.6-litre V6 engine format from 2014 after proposals finalised by the sport’s stakeholders during last weekend’s European Grand Prix were rubber-stamped by the FIA’s World Motorsport Council on Wednesday. According to a statement from the sport’s governing body, WMSC members agreed in a fax vote to formalise the new turbo-charged engines, which will feature energy recovery units
May 19th, 2011
The Bathurst 1000 will remain as part of the V8 Supercar Championship until at least 2034, thanks to a new deal that has been agreed. The race’s previous contract had been due to expire at the end of 2014, but an agreement has now been reached between V8 Supercars and Bathurst Regional Council to retain the race for another 20 years. “This is an outstanding result for the Bathurst region and reaffirms Mount Panorama’s status as Australia’s premier motor racing venue,” said Bathurst mayor Paul Toole.
May 8th, 2011
FIA president Jean Todt has indicated there is no going back on plans for Formula 1 to switch to 1.6-litre turbocharged engines in 2013 – despite resistance from some teams. Although the change of engine formula received unanimous support from manufacturers and the governing body when it was initially voted through, in recent weeks concerns have grown about the cost implications of such a big move
September 29th, 2010
Rally Australia has moved south from its Northern Rivers base to the city of Coffs Harbour for next season. The announcement of the move came this morning and, while the official communication makes no mention of the small but significant environmental disturbances during the 2009 Rally Australia, AUTOSPORT’s sources have indicated returning to such a sensitive area would not have gone down well with the sport’s promoter and governing body. The president of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Andrew Papadopoulos said the new location would allow for a more compact event bringing competitors and manufacturers in the WRC some of the most exciting and spectacular rally stages Australia could offer, based in one of Australia’s most famous coastal regions.
September 8th, 2010
Formula 1′s ban on team orders is to be reviewed after the season following the decision of the FIA not to hand Ferrari any further punishment for breaching the regulations at the German Grand Prix. Following a meeting of the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council in Paris on Wednesday, the governing body announced that the $100,000 fine given to Ferrari after Hockenheim would be upheld – and that no further sanctions would be imposed.
September 7th, 2010
Ferrari will find out in Paris on Wednesday afternoon whether it is to face further sanctions over the German Grand Prix team orders controversy.
August 19th, 2010
Former world champion Niki Lauda has once again hit out at Ferrari’s use of team orders at the German Grand Prix – claiming its actions ‘mocked’ Formula 1′s fans and deserve punishing. With Ferrari scheduled to face a hearing of the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council next month for ordering Felipe Massa to sacrifice the lead to Fernando Alonso, the matter is still a major talking point in F1
September 21st, 2009
Renault has said it accepts the FIA’s decision to hand it a two-year suspended ban from Formula 1, after apologising unreservedly for fixing the result of last year’s Singapore Grand Prix.
September 19th, 2009
Carlos Gracia, the head of the Spanish motorsport federation, has criticised the FIA for granting immunity to Nelson Piquet Jr in the Renault race-fixing case. Although Renault remains liable to sanctions from the governing body when it appears before the World Motor Sport Council in Paris on Monday, Piquet was given immunity from any punishment when he agreed to make a statement to the FIA about events in last year’s Singapore Grand Prix