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May 5th, 2012
Bryan J Miller practices what he preaches, both when he says his favorite quote by a TV character come from Park and Recreation‘s Ron Swanson who says,“I learned a lesson. Never half-ass two things . . . whole-ass one thing” and when he says his own motto in iRacing is “I make the ‘SLOWstice’ go ‘FASTstice’! One look at the Season 1 inRacingNews Challenge results will attest to the validity of both those statements. One would certainly say Miller “whole-assed one thing” when he started 180 iRNC races in a single season. And the fact he won 160 of those starts pretty well confirms his claim that he makes the “‘SLOWstice’ go ‘FASTstice.’” It would be equally true to say that, at age 26, Miller has already lived an interesting [...]
July 29th, 2010
Felipe Massa has insisted that he has not fallen into a number two driver role by handing German Grand Prix victory to Fernando Alonso, and says that if the same situation arose again, he would expect to win the race. The Hockenheim stewards fined Ferrari and referred the team to the FIA World Motor Sport Council after ruling that Massa allowing Alonso past to take the win, shortly after the team had radioed the Brazilian to inform him that his team-mate ‘was faster’, constituted a clear breach of the rules banning team orders. The German GP incident has attracted widespread criticism from the media and fans
July 23rd, 2010
Four-time World Rally champion Juha Kankkunen has confirmed he will make a one-off return with Stobart Ford in Finland – and is eyeing a battle with Kimi Raikkonen. Making his first World Rally Championship start in almost eight years, Kankkunen will drive a Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Focus RS WRC in Jyvaskyla next week, teaming up with his former co-driver Juha Repo. The 51-year-old has set his sights on a top 10 finish.
July 22nd, 2010
Red Bull driver Kimi Raikkonen has completed his final test ahead of next week’s Rally Finland – the first World Rally Championship round the former Formula 1 world champion has experience of. The 30-year-old Citroen Junior Team driver spent the last two days on roads close to Jyvaskyla, the base for the eighth round of this year’s WRC, driving the C4 WRC he will use in competition next week. Raikkonen contested Rally Finland last season, driving his own Abarth Grande Punto and running well in the Group N category before he crashed off the road.
by Tony Rickard on July 19th, 2010
The lack of excuses! When I look at the lap records for a given track, I am usually in the top quarter, quite often in the top ten percent. Yet the gap to the top drivers seems positively cavernous and, quite simply, unachievable, even if I sold the wife and kids and devoted the remainder of my life to sim racing! I am prompted to write this article having just set a personal best at Watkins Glen Boot in the Skippy. Suitably encouraged, I decided to look up the fast times and was dismayed to see Luke McLean heading the time sheets, more than two seconds faster. Now two seconds seems an eternity in top-class race series in identical cars. Think of Luca Badoer, two seconds off team mate Kimi [...]
July 15th, 2010
Kimi Raikkonen is set to commit to the World Rally Championship for a second season, reveals this week’s AUTOSPORT. The 2007 Formula 1 world champion had been linked to a return to grand prix racing with Renault next year, but the Finn intends to stay in rallying for at least one more year.
July 14th, 2010
Renault says Vitaly Petrov’s future at the team is in his own hands, in the wake of rumours linking Kimi Raikkonen to a Formula 1 return with the outfit in 2011. Robert Kubica recently signed a two-year deal with Renault.
July 11th, 2010
Sebastien Loeb and Citroen clinched an utterly dominant victory in the World Rally Championship’s first visit to Bulgaria, with the champion leading a top four sweep for his manufacturer. Bulgaria was the first asphalt round of this year’s WRC – but with three of the remaining six rounds on sealed surfaces, the result is ominous for Ford, which could only manage fifth and sixth as Dani Sordo, Petter Solberg and Sebastien Ogier filled second through fourth places in their works, Solberg and Junior Citroens respectively
July 11th, 2010
Sebastien Loeb is driving conservatively through the final morning of Rally Bulgaria and maintaining his half-minute advantage over his Citroen team-mate Dani Sordo.
July 10th, 2010
Kimi Raikkonen lived up to predictions that he would be more comfortable rallying on asphalt and producing his best World Rally Championship performance so far on day one in Bulgaria – only to crash on the final stage. He restarted for leg two and afterwards told AUTOSPORT how the day had gone and reflected on his Friday incident.
July 10th, 2010
Red Bull driver Kimi Raikkonen has restarted the second day of Rally Bulgaria as the Citroen Junior Team managed to fix his C4 WRC after he rolled off the road on SS4 yesterday.
July 9th, 2010
The split times from the fourth stage of Rally Bulgaria have shown that Kimi Raikkonen was ahead of Sebastien Loeb for the first two sectors of the 17-mile Belken Lake test. Raikkonen was enjoying his most competitive stage of his World Rally Championship career before he rolled off the road not far from the end of the test. At the first split, just under a mile from the start, the Citroen Junior Team driver was a tenth of a second faster, but in the next four miles he pulled a further three tenths out of the six-time World Rally champion
July 8th, 2010
Robert Kubica says he would welcome Kimi Raikkonen as a team-mate at Renault next year if the squad lures the 2007 world champion back from rallying to Formula 1.
June 29th, 2010
Robert Kubica is ready to commit his long term future to Renault, AUTOSPORT has learned, as long as the team can prove it has the finances and technical capability to fight for the world championship. With the Pole having opened talks with the team about extending his contract with it, sources have revealed that Kubica is seeking guarantees that the outfit will have the money in place that it will need to take on rivals for title glory over the next few years.
June 16th, 2010
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari is set to make big strides with its forthcoming developments, and denied that the next upgrade package is a ‘last ditch effort’ to rescue its title bid. The former champion has not won since the Bahrain season-opener, but following a dismal Turkish Grand Prix that saw Ferrari trailing Mercedes and Renault as well as McLaren and Red Bull, Alonso was a frontrunner all weekend in Canada and finished third after a tough battle for victory with the McLarens
May 27th, 2010
Kimi Raikkonen was never an option for Red Bull Racing, team principal Christian Horner has claimed, as the outfit closes in on a fresh deal with Mark Webber. As F1′s driver market looks like remaining fairly static for 2011, with Ferrari claiming it is now likely to stick with Felipe Massa for another year and Robert Kubica therefore probably staying put at Renault, Red Bull Racing is ready to hand Webber a fresh contract too
May 17th, 2010
Mark Webber’s stunning back-to-back victories in Spain and Monaco appear to have secured his future at Red Bull Racing, with team chiefs saying they have no doubt that they should keep him on board for next season.
April 18th, 2010
Sebastien Loeb stretched his winning run to a third straight rally victory as he took an ultimately-comfortable first place in Turkey.
April 18th, 2010
Citroen’s hopes of a one-two-three finish in Turkey have been dashed after Dani Sordo retired with just two stages to go. The French manufacturer had been set for a podium sweep following Ford rival Mikko Hirvonen’s error this morning. With the Finn dropping to fourth, factory Citroen drivers Sebastien Loeb and Sordo sandwiched C4-driving independent Petter Solberg going into the final loop.
April 16th, 2010
Citroen continued to dominate the Rally of Turkey on the second loop of the opening day, as Sebastien Ogier and Dani Sordo emerged at the front of a tight pack. Ogier went into the afternoon with a two-second lead over Sordo and won the first two stages to extend his advantage to five seconds