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January 4th, 2013
KX Energy will reveal the beneficiaries of their 2013 Akademy programme at this year’s AUTOSPORT International. Launched in June last year, the Akademy is funded by KX and is designed as a mentoring programme for young British drivers competing on both two and four wheels.
June 2nd, 2012
Max Biagi led a Dinamic BMW 1-2 in qualifying for the first International Superstars Series race at Mugello. Having led the way for the first 10 minutes of the half-hour session, Biagi found himself shuffled down the order thanks to quick laps from the likes of Andrea Larini, Johnny Herbert and Camilo Zurcher.
June 2nd, 2012
Andrea Larini set the pace in the second and final practice session for the International Superstars Series at Mugello. The Romeo Ferraris Mercedes driver sat on top of the time sheets for the majority of the 30-minute session, his 1m57.946s proving unbeatable despite Larini only completing eight laps in the session. Johnny Herbert was second fastest in the Swiss Team Maserati, the former Grand Prix driver backing up his promising practice one showing with a 1m58.086s.
May 20th, 2012
Gianni Morbidelli completed a clean sweep at Donington Park by winning the second International Superstars Series race by more than three seconds. With the top eight from race one reversed, Morbidelli was forced to start on the fourth row
May 19th, 2012
Gianni Morbidelli has comfortably topped the first Superstars Series practice session at Donington Park.
May 8th, 2012
Johnny Herbert will contest three Superstars rounds this year, the championship has announced. The three-time grand prix winner raced in the saloon series in 2011, taking sixth in the standings, and had been expected to return for this year’s Donington Park event on 19-20 May
March 14th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel is the early favourite to triumph in Formula 1′s 2012 season-opening Australian Grand Prix according to users of the Castrol EDGE Predictor. The 2010 and ’11 champion is the stand-out favourite to get his title defence off to the perfect start in the Grand Prix Predictor, which allows users to compete for prizes by forecasting the top 10 in every grand prix over to the 2012 season
October 28th, 2011
Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez have both received three-place grid penalties for Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix after setting their fastest times under under waved yellow flags at the end of first practice.
August 31st, 2011
Johnny Herbert and Mark Blundell will return to the Volkswagen Scirocco-R Cup at Brands Hatch this weekend and will be joined by Tiff Needell, Mark Higgins and Nicolas and Anthony Hamilton in guest cars. Herbert, a three-time grand prix winner, made his debut in the DTM support series at the British circuit last year and then took a pole position at the season-ending round at Hockenheim, while Blundell – another ex-F1 racer – made it onto the podium at the Brands Hatch event in 2010.
May 10th, 2011
Michael Schumacher’s former team-mate Johnny Herbert believes the seven-time champion will retire for good at the end of the 2011 season. The German driver, who returned to Formula 1 last year following a three-year hiatus, has struggled to be as competitive as he was hoping for, often overshadowed by team-mate Nico Rosberg at Mercedes. Schumacher endured one of his toughest races since his comeback in last weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix, where he went on to finish in 12th position
March 26th, 2011
Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg have escaped grid penalties despite being found guilty of impeding other cars during qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. The FIA stewards, including three-time grand prix winner Johnny Herbert, opted only to warn the trio despite having the power to demote them on the grid for Sunday’s race after viewing video evidence and hearing evidence from the drivers themselves
March 24th, 2011
Former Le Mans 24 Hours winner Johnny Herbert has confirmed that he will race in the Spa 24 Hours later this year for Audi.
March 16th, 2011
Fernando Alonso will beat Sebastian Vettel to win the first grand prix of the Formula 1 season in Australia, according to the new Castrol EDGE Grand Prix Predictor, which is launched today. The Predictor has used the wealth of data and statistics that power AUTOSPORT.com and the Castrol EDGE Rankings to crunch the numbers and scientifically select Ferrari driver Alonso as the race winner based on a balance of his pre-season testing form and four previous podium finishes in Melbourne. Despite world champion Vettel having a slight edge on Alonso in testing, the Predictor has picked him to finish second as he has never finished a race at the Albert Park circuit.
December 13th, 2010
The FIA will continue with the use of former drivers on the stewards’ panel at Formula 1 races next year – as well as adopting the policy for other championships in 2011. Following an initiative pushed through by FIA president Jean Todt for 2010, the three regular stewards at grands prix were joined by former high-profile drivers who could offer insight about incidents from a racing perspective.
November 2nd, 2010
Johnny Herbert will join the FIA stewards’s panel at the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend.
June 10th, 2010
Emerson Fittipaldi is to be the drivers’ representative on the stewards’ panel at the Canadian Grand Prix. The former world champion has been drafted in to offer advice to the three other members of the panel – Lars Osterlind, Enzo Spano and Roger Peart. Fittipaldi’s presence is part of the ongoing move by the FIA to utilise a former driver to offer expert advice on on-track incidents
June 6th, 2010
The DTM has announced that it will use veteran drivers as race consultants to the clerk of the course and stewards, starting with this weekend’s race at Lausitz. The move, which is similar to the system introduced by the FIA in Formula 1 this year, will be evaluated at the Lausitz and Norisring rounds. Ex-DTM driver Bernd Maylander will fulfill the role this weekend, and three-time grand prix winner Johnny Herbert – who has also worked as a Formula 1 steward this year – will do the same at the Norisring.
May 27th, 2010
Johnny Herbert will return to the role of the stewards’ driver advisor at this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix. The former F1 driver undertook the stewards’ duties in Malaysia earlier this year, and will once again offer input to the three other stewards for this weekend’s event in Istanbul. The other stewards are Radovan Novak, Dr.
May 13th, 2010
Former world champion Damon Hill is the driver adviser on the stewards’ panel at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. The FIA introduced a system this year where a former racing driver will offer input to race stewards at grands prix. Former F1 drivers Alain Prost, Alexander Wurz, Derek Warwick and Johnny Herbert have all fulfilled that role at races this season
May 6th, 2010
Former F1 racer Derek Warwick will be the drivers’ representative on the stewards’ panel in the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend. The 55-year-old, who raced in Formula 1 from 1981 to 1993, will join Nicolas Deschaux, Garry Connelly and Joaquin Verdegay on the panel for this weekend’s race in Barcelona, which host the fifth round of the championship. Alex Wurz, Alain Prost, Tom Kristensen and Johnny Herbert had been the drivers’ representatives in the first four races of the season.