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May 8th, 2013
World Rally Championship officials will meet later this month to discuss plans to change the way events at the highest level are won, including a proposal that the power stage should decide the outright results. WRC manager Michele Mouton stressed that no decisions had been taken and that there were numerous options on the table. The most eye-catching is the possibility of the power stage becoming a position-deciding shoot-out.
December 30th, 2012
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted that he would likely be removed from his role as Formula 1 supremo if he faces further action over the Gerhard Gribkowsky bribery case. Ecclestone is still awaiting news from German prosecutors over whether or not they intend to charge him amid allegations that he paid a bribe to Gribkoswky over the sale of F1 to CVC in 2006
December 5th, 2012
Grid positions in next year’s FIA World Endurance Championship will be determined by an aggregate time of two drivers in each car.
November 18th, 2012
Ferrari says Felipe Massa fully backs its decision to deliberately give him a gearbox penalty for the United States Grand Prix in order to boost his team-mate Fernando Alonso’s Formula 1 championship hopes. Massa falls from sixth on the grid to 11th as a result of the move, while Alonso is elevated from eighth to seventh. A statement from Ferrari expressed the team’s gratitude to Massa, and emphasised that the Brazilian was in total agreement
September 7th, 2012
Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn believes top-line drivers like Lewis Hamilton cannot ignore the benefits of working with a manufacturer team when Formula 1 switches to new regulations in 2014 . Amid growing suggestions that Hamilton is closing in on a switch to Mercedes for next year , Brawn thinks that those outfits aligned with carmakers could have the edge in getting the most out of the new 1.6-litre turbo power-units . “I think it is a consideration,” explained Brawn.
June 12th, 2012
Ferrari has called on Formula 1′s bosses to take urgent action to prevent the sport being damaged by the fall out from the worldwide financial crisis. With several countries facing debt problems, and the future of the Eurozone being questioned, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo reckons that there must be no delay in F1 moving to reduce costs. “The world economic situation, and that of Europe in particular, is very serious and the world of Formula 1 cannot ignore the fact,” di Montezemolo told the official Ferrari website.
February 15th, 2012
The FIA has tweaked LMP1 rules for the inaugural year of the World Endurance Championship in a bid to allow Toyota to challenge Audi for the manufacturer’s title. The new regulations, as revealed in last week’s AUTOSPORT , state that only the highest finishing car in LMP1 will score manufacturer points, while only the six best scores – the Le Mans 24 Hours must be included – will count. The regulations are designed to foster competition between Audi and Toyota, which was persuaded to step into the breach and expand its attack in 2012 following Peugeot’s immediate withdrawal from sportscar racing on the eve of the WEC entry deadline
November 24th, 2011
Audi and Peugeot are among the 17 teams to have been granted automatic entries to the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours by organising body the Automobile Club de l’Oeust. Entries are determined by results from the 2011 season, with Audi earning one automatic place in LMP1 by virtue of their victory at Le Mans this year and Peugeot as a result of their Petit Le Mans win. The 17 automatic entries also include one LMP1 invitations for Dyson Racing and Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing team, who finished first and second respectively in the 2011 American Le Mans Series
November 8th, 2011
Renault Sport F1, the company that oversees the Formula 1 operations of the French car manufacturer, has announced that Jean-Michel Jalinier will be its new president from the start of next year. Jalinier will replace the departing Bernard Rey, who originally took over responsibility for the Renault F1 team in 2007 and became president of Renault Sport F1 when it was created in 2010.
November 6th, 2011
Renault team boss Eric Boullier has welcomed the official confirmation that his squad will change its name to Lotus for the 2012 season. The long-awaiting announcement that title backer Group Lotus would be able to fully rebrand the former Renault factory squad came today, after being ratified by the Formula One Commission at a meeting in Geneva on Thursday
October 16th, 2011
Renault team principal Eric Boullier is willing to give Robert Kubica more time to prove his fitness for a possible Formula 1 return next season. The Frenchman spoke with Kubica’s manager Daniele Morelli during the build-up to this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix for an update on the Pole’s progress. Boullier had previously given him a deadline of mid-October, which was subsequently pushed back to the end of the month.
September 29th, 2011
Robert Kubica will be ready to inform Renault about his chances of being fit to race in 2012 within the next six weeks, says his manager Daniele Morelli.
August 14th, 2011
The IndyCar Series will delay the introduction of alternative aero kits for its next-generation IZOD Dallara chassis until the start of the 2013 season, CEO Randy Bernard announced on Sunday. The concept of new chassis, which was given its maiden test run at Mid-Ohio one week ago, included the provision to use different aero kits during the season.
July 26th, 2011
British motorsport’s governing body – the Motor Sports Association – has called on everybody involved or with an interest in the sport to help stave off a threat to use of forest roads.
April 10th, 2011
Martin Whitmarsh will continue in his role as chairman of the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) for 2011, as AUTOSPORT exclusively revealed last year. At a meeting of FOTA that took place at Sepang on Sunday morning, Whitmarsh’s continued role was ratified – with Renault’s Eric Boullier becoming vice-chairman, replacing Ferrari’s Stefano Domenicali. “Personally for me it is a great endorsement and it is also a way for me, as the latest from the team principal club, to be more involved and to bring maybe some more ideas and clearly voice them.” Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner will maintain his role as chairman of the Sporting Regulations Working Group, with Aldo Costa taking over from Ross Brawn as head of the Technical Regulations Working Group
January 14th, 2011
HRT did offer to pay its outstanding Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) membership fees after it left the body, sources have revealed to AUTOSPORT, amid ongoing intrigue about the situation surrounding the team’s departure. There has been intense speculation over the past week about why HRT left FOTA, with conflicting reports about whether it was suspended over unpaid subscription fees or because the team was unhappy about the organisation’s failure to help smaller teams
September 15th, 2009
BMW has announced that the Qadbak Investments company has agreed to purchase the Formula 1 team based in Hinwil. The German company had revealed earlier this year that it will quit Formula 1 at the end of the season, and had been in talks with interested parties since then
September 10th, 2009
Robert Kubica has revealed that he held talks with Ferrari about taking its vacant race seat for the rest of the season. Ferrari ultimately opted to recruit Giancarlo Fisichella from Force India after Luca Badoer’s disappointing performances in Valencia and at Spa. Kubica says he was also a contender but decided getting used to a new car mid-season without testing would be impractical.