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June 9th, 2013
Lewis Hamilton says his struggles with the Mercedes remain a work in progress despite a strong showing in the Canadian Grand Prix. The Briton admitted he does not feel confident enough with the braking of his car , and is still trying to find a solution that allows him to extract the best from it. Hamilton finished in third place in Montreal, clearly ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg
May 26th, 2013
Jenson Button – 6th: “Things weren’t looking very good initially, but the Monaco Grand Prix is one of those races where you need to hang in there until the very end, because anything can happen – and today it did. My opening laps were good – I overtook Adrian [Sutil] and tried to have a go at Fernando [Alonso] at the hairpin. I tapped his rear wheel, so I wasn’t really paying attention when Checo put a really good move on me out of the tunnel under braking for the Harbour Chicane.
April 23rd, 2013
Hugo Valente’s World Touring Car Championship programme in a second Campos SEAT Leon will begin in rounds seven and eight at the Hungaroring on May 4-5. The 20-year-old Frenchman raced for the team in last year’s Shanghai WTCC rounds, taking 16th and 18th place finishes. The same year he also finished runner-up in the French SEAT Leon Supercopa
April 20th, 2013
DRIVERS 1 – Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes) 2 – Sebastian VETTEL (Red Bull Racing) 3 – Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari) TV UNILATERAL Congratulations Nico, you’re first ever top four start in Bahrain and you did it in style.
April 16th, 2013
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali believes the team is in control of its own world championship destiny this year having proved the pace of its car with victory in the Chinese Grand Prix. Last season, Fernando Alonso was able to open up a 40-point lead in the drivers’ standings before the August break through consistent scoring as other teams’ performances fluctuated.
April 14th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel does not think Red Bull’s Chinese Grand Prix strategy was wrong, despite failing to finish on the podium. Red Bull chose not to get involved in the pole fight, declining to set a Q3 time and instead starting Vettel on medium tyres from ninth on the grid. Although fourth-placed Vettel was the highest finisher among the drivers using that tactic, he was beaten by Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton
April 13th, 2013
DRIVERS 1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes) 2 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Lotus) 3 – Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari) TV UNILATERAL Lewis, a fantastic, last-minute shoot-out for pole and you won it for your new team. Lewis HAMILTON: Yeah, an incredible feeling, so happy to have our first pole for some time
April 11th, 2013
Fernando Alonso claims he would have respected a team order to hold position had he been in Sebastian Vettel’s situation in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner suggested in an interview with Sky Sports News that “if Fernando Alonso or Lewis [Hamilton] were in that position, they would do the same” as Vettel did when he disregarded team instructions and overtook Mark Webber to win at Sepang.
March 23rd, 2013
DRIVERS 1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Red Bull Racing) 2 – Felipe MASSA (Ferrari) 3 – Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari) TV UNILATERAL Sebastian, a late call for a second set of intermediate tyres in Q3 and it worked out well for you. Sebastian VETTEL: Yeah, I think generally an interesting qualifying session. We knew that rain was the on the way and then..
December 19th, 2012
Mercedes admits it will be under pressure to produce a competitive car now it has signed Lewis Hamilton for the 2013 season. The 2008 world champion ended a six-year spell at McLaren to replace Michael Schumacher at Mercedes after signing a three-year deal with the Brackley squad
November 30th, 2012
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali has denied his team’s intention was to diminish Sebastian Vettel’s championship victory when asking for clarification on the German’s pass in the Brazilian Grand Prix. Ferrari wrote a letter to the FIA asking for clarification on the move after footage from the race appeared to indicate he may have overtaken Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Verne under yellow flag conditions. The team received the clarification from the FIA and said on Friday that it considered the matter closed .
November 24th, 2012
Jenson Button reckons the majority of the pressure will be on Sebastian Vettel in this weekend’s Formula 1 title decider in Brazil. Although Vettel enjoys a 13-point lead over rival Fernando Alonso, and his Red Bull has invariably been more competitive than Alonso’s Ferrari of late, Button feels the amount Vettel has to lose makes his position more stressful.
November 22nd, 2012
Jenson Button reckons Fernando Alonso is the more deserving of the two Formula 1 world championship contenders given what he has achieved with the troublesome Ferrari this year. Alonso goes into this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix decider 13 points behind Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel. Button, who clinched his world title at Interlagos in 2009, said that Alonso’s consistency had impressed him, whereas Vettel’s finest performances had come in a period when the Red Bull was the fastest car.
November 19th, 2012
Ferrari’s main rivals say they have little problem with the team’s decision to give Felipe Massa a deliberate gearbox penalty at Austin to help Fernando Alonso’s Formula 1 title challenge. The Maranello-based outfit was concerned about having Alonso start on the dirty side of the grid for the United States Grand Prix, so tactically broke a seal on Massa’s gearbox to give him a five-place grid penalty. That moved Alonso onto the clean side of the track, which team insiders believe was completely the right choice because of the way in which he was able to move up from seventh at the start to fourth by the exit of the first corner.
November 19th, 2012
Fernando Alonso – 3rd: “It was an unexpected podium which came at the end of a particularly difficult weekend. We did not have the pace to match Red Bull and McLaren, so to only lose three points to Vettel is in fact a nice present
November 14th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel still needs to mature as a Formula 1 driver according to former world champion Jacques Villeneuve, who believes the German “reacts like a child”. The Canadian, who won the Formula 1 title in 1997 with Williams, believes Vettel’s Ferrari rival Fernando Alonso is a stronger driver when it comes to dealing with adverse situations
November 1st, 2012
Red Bull expects Mark Webber to do what is best for the team if circumstances dictate that he needs to help Sebastian Vettel. With the championship battle distilling down to a straight fight between Vettel and Fernando Alonso, Webber could play a crucial role in the outcome of the title battle. But although Red Bull will not impose any direct orders on Webber until he is mathematically out of the championship hunt, team principal Christian Horner said on Thursday that he has no doubts the Australian knows what is expected of him
October 28th, 2012
Mark Webber bemoaned the ‘demoralising’ loss of KERS which compromised his race and left him clinging on to the final step of the podium in India . The Australian had been running a comfortable second in the early stages but from one-third race distance said he began to suffer from intermittent KERS issues
October 8th, 2012
Red Bull is refusing to believe that it is now in the driving seat for the world championship, despite Sebastian Vettel’s crucial victory in the Japanese Grand Prix.
October 6th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel has been summoned to see the Japanese Grand Prix stewards for allegedly impeding Fernando Alonso during Q3. The incident, which happened in the final chicane during the dying moments of qualifying, came after Vettel had secured his fourth consecutive pole position at Suzuka. Both Vettel and Alonso were summoned to see the stewards after qualifying