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- The Full Monte
April 11th, 2013
Nico Rosberg wants Mercedes to ensure it fully discusses all team orders in advance in the future after his frustration in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Rosberg was catching third-placed team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the closing stages of the race but was asked by team boss Ross Brawn to hold position . The German questioned the decision repeatedly on team radio, but obeyed the order and came home fourth
March 23rd, 2013
Daniel Ricciardo – 13th: “Coming into qualifying today, if I’d been told I could sign on the dotted line for thirteenth, I’d have taken it. It’s a decent result and we haven’t been that far up the time sheets all weekend in practice. Looking at it that way, thirteenth is quite good, but in Q1, we were quite competitive and only one hundredth of a second from the top ten
February 26th, 2013
Renault has promised its customer teams that it will not ease off in its efforts with the V8 engines this year, despite the huge work being put in to the new 2014 Formula 1 power units . As work ramps up on the 1.6-litre turbo V6 engines that will be introduced from the start of next year, Renault says there is no excuse to neglect the V8s. Renault F1′s technical director Rob White told selected media including AUTOSPORT: “For 2013 it has to be business as usual.
February 7th, 2013
Marc Marquez said his Sepang testing crash on Thursday was an important part of his MotoGP learning process. The Moto2 champion was rapid throughout his first fully-fledged test as a factory Honda MotoGP rider. But Marquez encountered his first blip when he crashed at the final corner of the Malaysian track on the last morning.
February 5th, 2013
Jenson Button admitted that his pacesetting time on the opening day of 2013 Formula 1 testing at Jerez took him aback. After Ferrari’s Felipe Massa labelled Button’s 1m18.861s an “incredible” time, the McLaren driver agreed that the lap had surprised him.
December 15th, 2012
Peter Sauber believes that the biggest challenge facing contemporary Formula 1 is the need to cut costs. Sauber, who stood down as team principal of his eponymously-named outfit this year, believes that a budget cap would be an effective way of tackling this problem
November 12th, 2012
The HRT Formula 1 team has confirmed it is looking for a new owner after being put up for sale by Thesan Capital.
November 10th, 2012
Jorge Lorenzo admits he had no response to Dani Pedrosa’s shock turn of speed in qualifying for the Valencia Grand Prix. The newly-crowned double MotoGP champion seemed to have finally wrested control of a frantic pole-fight when, seven minutes from the end, he deposed Casey Stoner.
October 12th, 2012
Ferrari insists it is not preoccupied with the pace of its rivals over the opening two practice sessions of the Korean Grand Prix. A disastrous weekend in Japan meant Fernando Alonso’s championship lead was slashed to just four points, with the Scuderia later conceding a change of approach to the world championship fight was needed
October 5th, 2012
Jenson Button says McLaren will ‘think outside the box’ in the Japanese Grand Prix in order to make up for his gearbox-change penalty.
September 28th, 2012
Michael Schumacher’s future in Formula 1 remains uncertain after the German was replaced by Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes. The seven-time champion, who returned to grand prix racing in 2010 following a three-year absence from the sport, said he was focusing on the next races with the team. The German, 43, has been rumoured to be in talks with Sauber, but said he was uncommitted on his future plans.
September 25th, 2012
Tom Kristensen reckons Audi’s decision to switch him and Allan McNish to a second e-tron from this weekend’s Bahrain World Endurance Championship race blows the title fight wide open. Audi’s Le Mans winner Marcel Fassler, Benoit Treluyer and Andre Lotterer, who have used the e-tron for most of the year, lead Kristensen and McNish by 7.5 points in the WEC standings with three rounds to go. The Dane and the Scot drove the e-tron at Spa and Le Mans, but switched to the non-hybrid Ultra for Silverstone and Interlagos.
September 23rd, 2012
Jenson Button admitted that it would have been a major embarrassment had he taken Sebastian Vettel and himself out of the Singapore Grand Prix behind the safety car. The McLaren driver avoided a collision with Vettel by just inches as the pair were weaving while attempting to warm-up their tyres as the safety car prepared to pull in at the end of lap 36
September 8th, 2012
Lotus substitute driver Jerome d’Ambrosio admitted he had hoped for better after qualifying 16th for the Italian Grand Prix. D’Ambrosio was six tenths off team-mate Kimi Raikkonen’s pace in Q2 at Monza
July 21st, 2012
Pedro de la Rosa called for more respect for drivers in slower cars after being impeded by a rival during qualifying for the German Grand Prix. The Spaniard, driving for back-of-the-grid squad HRT, said a faster car had ruined his quickest lap in Q1, leaving him down in 23rd position
July 13th, 2012
Michael Schumacher says Mercedes has sets it sights on giving its home fans something to cheer about in the German Grand Prix – as it heads to Hockenheim confident about its chances. Despite failing to capitalise on a second-row grid slot in Silverstone last weekend, Schumacher believes that his team should be stronger next time out with the long straights and tight corners perfectly suited for the W03. “This year is the first time that our Mercedes works team has been capable of racing right at the front, and because of that, we’re hoping for lots of support from the fans and to reward them with our performance,” said Schumacher “Hopefully we will see a lot of Mercedes colleagues in the grandstands, and we want to do particularly well for them
June 12th, 2012
Jorge Lorenzo will remain with Yamaha until at least 2014 after signing a two-year contract extension with the manufacturer’s MotoGP squad. The 25-year-old Spaniard made his MotoGP debut in 2008 and has spent his entire career in grand prix racing’s top flight with Yamaha. In that time, he has won 20 grands prix, taken the championship in 2010, added 20 pole positions and achieved 49 podium finishes.
May 13th, 2012
Williams believes it has the pace to genuinely fight at the front of the Spanish Grand Prix – even though it concedes victory will be hard. Pastor Maldonado will start from pole position at the Circuit de Catalunya following Lewis Hamilton’s exclusion from qualifying. And with the Venezuelan having been strong throughout the Spanish weekend, chief operations engineer Mark Gillan believes that the team has the potential to keep up its good form in the race.
April 21st, 2012
Paul Hembery: “We’ve seen a great job from Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull, who demonstrated their ability to get the most out of the tyres by extracting every last bit of performance from the softer compound.
March 9th, 2012
HRT should be very proud of its winter efforts even if it is off the pace in Melbourne, reckon team boss Luis Perez-Sala and drivers Narain Karthikeyan and Pedro de la Rosa.