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March 12th, 2013
Formula 1 risks triggering an ‘insane money war’ over its top technical talent, according to Lotus team boss Eric Boullier. Leading design and engineering names hit the headlines over the winter when McLaren technical chief Paddy Lowe became the latest figure recruited from a rival team by Mercedes
January 3rd, 2013
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says his relationship with Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has been unaffected by their recent war of words. Ecclestone was unimpressed with Ferrari’s request for the FIA to investigate the yellow flag situation surrounding Sebastian Vettel at the Brazilian Grand Prix. A few days later, di Montezemolo suggested that F1 would benefit from having younger management in charge who can help lead the sport to a brighter future.
November 22nd, 2012
Ross Brawn has backed his Mercedes team’s decision to gamble on splitting its exhaust strategies at the United States Grand Prix, even though it again failed to score points. Nico Rosberg reverted to the older specification of exhaust in Austin in a bid to help the team try and getting a better understanding of how its latest car developments were working
May 30th, 2012
Honda Racing will not rush a decision on who will replace Casey Stoner from 2013, and will not rule out any options – like that of Valentino Rossi returning – according to vice president Shuhei Nakamoto.
April 28th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb continues to lead Rally Argentina after the first day two loop, but his Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen is not letting him get away. When Loeb charged from fourth to first in short order on Friday afternoon, it looked like he was set to pull clear and stretch his unbeaten Argentina run. Hirvonen had other ideas, and although Loeb was 3.8 seconds quicker on Saturday’s first stage, fastest times on the next two meant the gap came back down to 2.1s.
March 27th, 2012
Valentino Rossi has warned that Ducati cannot expect miracles in the 2012 MotoGP season opener in Qatar. In the wake of a troubled pre-season – in which Rossi feels the team took the wrong direction initially – the Italian says Ducati will enter Doha neither ‘too excited’ nor ‘too depressed’
February 5th, 2012
Ducati technical chief Filippo Preziosi says the results of the first winter test proved that the team is on the right track with the major changes it has made for 2012. After failing to win a race in 2011 – despite recruiting seven-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi to lead its line-up – Ducati has had a total rethink of its bike concept with the GP12. Rossi was between 0.7 and 1.2 seconds off the pace during the test at Sepang this week, in line with Ducati’s hopes for the new bike’s first proper run, and Preziosi said the results had vindicated the team’s changes.
October 24th, 2011
Adrian Sutil says he wants a quick answer from Force India about his future, amid speculation that the team will replace him with Nico Hulkenberg.
October 14th, 2011
Formula 1 teams have discussed the idea of increasing the sport’s qualifying limit to 110 per cent for next season, but the move appears unlikely to find any support. At a meeting of F1′s Sporting Working Group in Korea on Thursday, one of the ideas that was talked about was an opening up of the current 107 per cent limit. Such a move would help the outfits at the back of the grid avoid the risk of being sent home from races next year if a team like Red Bull Racing makes a big step forward in form
September 22nd, 2011
Loris Capirossi will miss next weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix after dislocating his right shoulder at Aragon last time out. The Pramac Ducati rider, who will retire from racing at the end of the season, had already injured the same shoulder in a fall at Assen in June and had been struggling with his recovery ahead of the crash with Toni Elias in Spain earlier this month. Capirossi, 38, said that he had taken the decision to miss the Motegi race under advice from MotoGP medical delegate Dr Claudio Costa, and believes that doing so will prevent the need to bring forward his retirement
July 5th, 2011
Pirelli wants to discuss ideas for a major shake-up of tyre rules for 2012 – as well as seek an urgent solution to the lack of testing opportunities currently available. Although Pirelli is delighted with the way this season has panned out, the Italian company is open to being more creative with the tyre regulations next year if the teams are up for it
April 30th, 2011
Timo Scheider set the pace in the final DTM practice session for this weekend’s opening round of the season at Hockenheim. The two-time series champion leapt to the top of the timesheets on his final flying lap of the 90-minute session to lead an Audi clean sweep of the top three positions.
November 14th, 2010
Lotus Racing team owner Tony Fernandes reckons Colin Chapman would be proud of his team’s efforts this season after it clinched its place as the best new outfit at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Heikki Kovalainen’s 12th place finish in the Japanese Grand Prix was enough for Lotus Racing to secure 10th place in the constructors’ championship – which will provide it with vital television revenue money in future years
August 30th, 2009
Jenson Button says he sees no reason to be down despite yet another disappointing result at the Belgian Grand Prix. The championship leader, starting from 14th on the grid, retired from the Spa race and has now failed to finish on the podium for five consecutive events