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April 21st, 2013
Pickett Racing played the perfect strategy to claim a comfortable American Le Mans Series victory on the streets of Long Beach.
April 6th, 2013
Ryan Hunter-Reay survived a late challenge from Will Power to claim pole position for this weekend’s IndyCar race at Barber Motorsports Park. In a drama-filled session, the reigning champion moved to the top late in the ‘Fast Six’ with a best lap of 1m07.0871s, but then had to watch as Power squeezed in one final flying lap. The Australian’s efforts fell short though, and he was forced to settle for second with a time 0.2s down on Hunter-Reay’s.
March 23rd, 2013
Pastor Maldonado – 16th: We were unlucky with the timing of the rain in Q2 which meant we were forced to abort the lap. The car felt better on track and there was a chance we could have been fighting to get into Q3. We still have work to do to improve the car and close the gap, but we will work hard now to prepare for the race tomorrow
March 16th, 2013
Pastor Maldonado declared that Williams has taken a huge step backwards this season after being eliminated from Australian Grand Prix qualifying in Q1.
December 1st, 2012
Craig Lowndes denied Tim Slade victory in a wild first V8 Supercars race around Sydney’s Homebush street track. Amid extreme heat, multiple safety cars and plenty of incident, the event turned into a fuel economy run at the finish, with all the leaders nursing their cars to the flag. Lowndes and Triple 8 team-mate Jamie Whincup had made rapid progress up the order from their 16th and 14th places on the grid
November 17th, 2012
Pastor Maldonado – 10th: The performance wasn’t there yesterday so today was much better for us. Unfortunately in Q3 the grip wasn’t there, as it was difficult to get the tyres working correctly.
October 27th, 2012
NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase leader Brad Keselowski is sure he will be able to recover from his worst qualifying of the season during Sunday’s race at Martinsville, which he will start from 32nd on the grid. The Penske racer continued a streak of four consecutive weeks of qualifying 20th or worst with his result in Martinsville qualifying on Friday. But this starting position could prove the toughest to overcome as the track is NASCAR’s shortest and slowest oval venue
October 14th, 2012
Marc Marquez came from the back of the field to claim his eighth victory of the Moto2 season at Motegi. The result gives Marquez a shot at clinching the world championship in Malaysia next week, despite title rival Pol Espargaro’s best efforts to hang on to him
October 6th, 2012
Michael Schumacher believes it would have been possible for him to go into Q3 at Suzuka had he not found Lewis Hamilton in front during his flying lap. The seven-time world champion, who will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the year, qualified in 13th position, but will be sent to the back of the grid following the penalty he was given in Singapore for crashing into the back of Jean-Eric Vergne’s Toro Rosso. Schumacher admitted he did not expect a great result given the nature of the circuit, but he did feel it was possible to do better.
July 29th, 2012
Mark Webber admitted that Red Bull was expecting its rivals to suffer higher tyre wear when it opted for a three-stop strategy in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Webber had made it through from 11th on the grid to fifth but his final stop dropped him back to eighth
July 7th, 2012
AF Corse Ferrari driver Toni Vilander claimed his second pole position of this season’s FIA GT1 World Championship at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve. The Finn, who was also on pole at the opening round of the championship at Nogaro, set a best time of 1m44.730s around the 2.89-mile Portuguese circuit. That put him almost a second clear of Enzo Ide in the second AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia.
June 30th, 2012
Mattias Ekstrom described Norisring DTM qualifying as “the biggest disappointment for a long time,” after his pole position hopes vanished in Q4. The Swede had set the pace in the second and third sections of qualifying – including a 48.822-second lap that was the fastest of the weekend so far – and was therefore the last man to set his Q4 time, which was the slowest of the four drivers that made it through to the one-lap shoot-out. After being beaten by HWA Mercedes drivers Gary Paffett and Jamie Green and RBM BMW’s Augusto Farfus, the Abt Audi driver was at a loss to describe what had gone wrong, saying: “I had a clean lap, but it just wasn’t quick enough
May 18th, 2012
Sergio Perez says he returns to the Monaco Grand Prix a much stronger driver one year on from his horrifying crash in qualifying. The Mexican made it through to Q3 in Monaco last season, but lost control of his Sauber as he hit the brakes on the section of track of track after the tunnel.
April 8th, 2012
The WRT Audi team secured a one-two finish in the first race of the GT1 World Championship season at Nogaro. Tomas Enge had rapidly battled through to the lead of the event’s damp qualification race for Reiter Lamborghini in the opening stint, but his relatively inexperienced team-mate Albert von Thurn und Taxis was always going to face a tough task to hold his pursuers back when he took over for the run to the flag
November 11th, 2011
Ford technical director Christian Loriaux has revealed details of the engine problem which halted Mikko Hirvonen’s World Rally Championship title challenge on Rally GB today, explaining that the damage was just too severe to contemplate a return under superally. The radiator on Hirvonen’s car was damaged when he spun on the Dyfnant test this morning. The Finn made it through the stage, but retired on the following road section after the engine lost all its water.
September 24th, 2011
Lewis Hamilton said he was not too frustrated by the fuelling problem that ended his Singapore Grand Prix qualifying early, as he is confident that his McLaren’s race pace will allow him to quickly move up from fourth. The Briton was only able to get one early run in during Q3 as the team was unable to get sufficient fuel into the car for a second attempt.
August 28th, 2011
Jenson Button believes he could have challenged for victory had he not been caught up in the first-corner carnage at Spa-Francorchamps. The McLaren driver made it through to third place despite having only qualified 13th. But Button was convinced he had the pace to battle Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, regardless of his starting position, had he not needed to make an early pitstop to attend to damage from the multi-car contact at La Source
August 6th, 2011
Ryan Briscoe is aiming to repeat his Mid-Ohio success of 2008 by converting his front-row starting berth into victory. Having just made it through into the final six shoot-out, Briscoe proved Scott Dixon’s main challenger for pole position – at least until the Kiwi “blew us away.” Briscoe therefore was forced to settle for second, the same position he won from in 2008
July 9th, 2011
Paul di Resta is confident that his sixth place on the grid for his maiden home grand prix is a legitimate reflection of Force India’s pace at Silverstone and owes little to the rain in qualifying. Having made it through to Q3 in Britain, di Resta went on to grab a third row spot alongside countryman Jenson Button’s McLaren
April 9th, 2011
Tonio Liuzzi was delighted with his Hispania team’s performance in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Italian and team-mate Narain Karthikeyan, who failed to qualify for the opening race of the season, will be able to race tomorrow after running inside the 107 per cent time