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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
October 25th, 2012
Max Chilton will take part in opening practice for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when he drives for the Marussia team. The Briton, who was signed as a reserve driver for the team earlier this season , will make his debut in a competitive race weekend environment at the Yas Marina circuit next week. Chilton will replace Charles Pic during the session, the Frenchman returning to the cockpit for second practice
October 13th, 2012
Alvaro Bautista will stay with Gresini Honda in MotoGP for a second season. The ex-Suzuki rider has had a low-key first year at Gresini, which was a consistent frontrunner with the late Marco Simoncelli in 2012. Bautista’s highlights have been pole at Silverstone and third place at Misano
June 29th, 2012
Jenson Button is optimistic that he can prove he is fully back on form in next weekend’s British Grand Prix, as he reckons circumstances in Valencia masked his progress.
May 23rd, 2012
Michael Schumacher says he is not disappointed by his start to the 2012 season despite having failed to capitalise on the performance of his Mercedes car.
May 23rd, 2012
Toyota will campaign a revised Camry in next year’s Sprint Cup Series, the manufacturer unveiling the new bodywork that completes the 2013 car line-up. For the seventh consecutive year since joining NASCAR’s elite series, the Japanese brand will use its most popular model,, which has been the best-selling car in the US for the last ten years. However, the new car will resemble more the actual street vehicle, in line with what the other three manufacturers have introduced after working with NASCAR to make their race cars more relevant to what their clients buy from dealers
May 18th, 2012
NASCAR is to launch a new webpage in partnership with Twitter aimed at enhancing the fans’ experience through social media. A new Twitter page condensing NASCAR tweets will be launched next month in order to provide fans with more live and inside information, selecting content through algorithmic and editorial signals. The page, which will be accessed through twitter.com/#NASCAR, will go live on June 10 when NASCAR competes at Pocono and will be presented as a complement to the Sprint Cup series race TV broadcast.
May 8th, 2012
Rubens Barrichello described his first IndyCar oval test at Texas Motor Speedway as ‘truly awesome’. The Brazilian said he was able to feel comfortable running on the 24-degree banking at the 1.5-mile circuit, and that the main challenge was not getting flat but maintaining his line and vision at over 200mph. “It’s different from anything I’ve tried,” Barrichello said
February 24th, 2012
Danica Patrick was philosophical after crashing out of her first NASCAR Sprint Cup race on Thursday.
February 10th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel sees no reasons to be concerned by Red Bull’s reliability problems on the final day of the Jerez Formula 1 test. The world champion lost the morning’s running on Friday to an electrical problem, but he still remained happy with the progress that his outfit has made with its RB8. “When I sat down in the new car for the first time, I had the most amazing feeling – it was like coming home after a really long trip,” Vettel wrote in his official blog.
December 4th, 2011
Romain Grosjean says news that Kimi Raikkonen will drive for the current Renault team in 2012 has made him even more determined to secure a seat at the squad, which will run as Lotus next year. Raikkonen was the only 2012 Lotus driver specified on the official Formula 1 entry list when it was released by the FIA earlier this week. 2011 Renault racers Vitaly Petrov and Bruno Senna are reserve driver and GP2 champion Grosjean’s rivals for the second seat.
May 30th, 2011
Pirelli has called for a change to the red flag rules in Formula 1 to prevent teams from changing tyres if a race is stopped – after feeling fans were robbed of a great finish to the Monaco Grand Prix. The battle for victory in Monte Carlo was finely poised between Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button in the closing stages of the race, with all three running around on tyres that were at very different stages of their wear life. But with their individual situations set to create a thrilling climax to the race, the battle came to a premature end when a late-race red flag, caused by Vitaly Petrov’s accident, meant they were allowed to change rubber
March 26th, 2011
Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has refused to be drawn on speculation that his team has a start-only KERS on its car – but insists there is a good explanation for his drivers not using the power boost in qualifying. The Albert Park paddock was full of talk on Saturday night about the reasons why neither Sebastian Vettel nor Mark Webber used their KERS during the battle for the top grid positions on Saturday.
February 4th, 2011
Lewis Hamilton is confident McLaren has found solutions to minimise the difficulty its drivers will face with the additional buttons they will have to use in 2011.
November 14th, 2010
Formula 1 will come out of arguably its greatest ever season as the ultimate winner, whoever clinches the world championship in the season finale in Abu Dhabi today. With four drivers still in contention for the championship in the final round at the Yas Marina circuit, the sport can expect one of its biggest ever television audiences as fans tune in to discover who is the 2010 title winner. But rather than that success being good for just one man and team, leading team principals think the biggest success story in 2010 is the sport of F1 itself – which could benefit from the huge interest the campaign, and a lack of off-track politics, has generated
November 12th, 2010
Michael Schumacher says even he is excited to see whether Sebastian Vettel will move aside for Mark Webber if needed to in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – as he says the title battle is far too close to call. Schumacher had hoped to be fighting for the championship himself on his Formula 1 return this year, but Mercedes GP failed to deliver a car that was capable of taking on Red Bull Racing, McLaren and Ferrari
November 9th, 2010
ANTELOPE, Calif. — Michael Waltrip just can’t seem to get the urge to race out of his blood
September 1st, 2010
Lotus today made 16-year-old Nabil Jeffri the youngest ever driver of a Formula 1 car, in a straight-line test at Duxford airfield. The Malaysian teenager, who is currently fifth in this season’s Formula BMW Pacific series completed aero testing and pitstop practice for the British team, with drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Fairuz Fauzy on hand to help out.
August 29th, 2010
Rubens Barrichello apologised to his Williams team and Fernando Alonso after his 300th grand prix ended in a crash before the first lap was even over. Celebrations for the veteran Brazilian’s milestone start dominated the build-up to the Spa race, but Barrichello became the event’s first retirement when he ploughed into Alonso’s Ferrari under braking for the Bus Stop as the field encountered the first rain shower of the afternoon. “Despite my experience, it was very difficult to know how wet the track was on the opening lap, but it was fully wet when I came into Blanchimont,” said Barrichello
September 6th, 2009
Fernando Alonso was greeted by a crowd of 170,000 fans when he took to the streets of his hometown Oviedo in his 2008 Renault Formula 1 car on Saturday. The event in the northern Spanish city was the latest of Renault’s successful roadshow events. Although the team has held several such demonstrations in Spain, this was the first time that one had taken place in Alonso’s own town