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May 11th, 2013
Kimi Raikkonen does not see himself as an automatic candidate for victory at the Spanish Grand Prix, despite securing a place on the second row of the grid.
April 19th, 2013
McLaren will have to be satisfied if it can just get into Q3 and scrape a points finish in Bahrain this weekend, reckons Sergio Perez.
September 22nd, 2012
Mercedes says its decision not to post times in Q3 gives it a chance to fend off counter-attacks from midfield rivals in the Singapore Grand Prix. The strategic moves gives its drivers another fresh set of tyres for a race expected to be shaped by high degradation.
July 28th, 2012
Michael Schumacher said that Mercedes just has to accept that it will not be competitive in the Hungarian Grand Prix, after the team’s worst showing of the season in qualifying. Schumacher will start down in 17th position, four places behind his team-mate Nico Rosberg. Schumacher’s flying lap was compromised by dust left on track by Williams driver Pastor Maldonado, but the seven-time world champion said that he?
July 20th, 2012
Michael Schumacher admitted he was simply not fully focused when he lost control of his Mercedes during second practice for the German Grand Prix. The German crashed in the stadium section with some four minutes of the session left when he drove over the white line in the tricky conditions
June 23rd, 2012
Charles Pic – 23rd: “I can’t be happy with my position at the end of qualifying today, but I feel that I did everything I could with the car we had today.
May 18th, 2012
Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg are confident that their Mercedes car will be well suited to the Monaco track as they aim for the team’s second win of the year. Although the outfit has only had one podium finish so far this year, both drivers believe that the low speed nature of the Monte Carlo track, allied to the demands on traction, should be good for their chances at Formula 1′s blue riband event. Rosberg said: “I have always been quick around the streets here, and I believe a good result is possible for us next weekend.
April 25th, 2012
IndyCar has scheduled a hearing for the protest filed by Chevrolet over the series decision to allow Honda to make a parity-based change to its turbocharger ahead of this weekend’s race in Sao Paolo. The hearing will take place in Indianapolis on Thursday, and will consist of a three-person panel made up of a representative selected by Honda, a representative selected by General Motors, and a representative mutually agreed on by both manufacturers. Randy Bernard, CEO of IndyCar, said: “It is IndyCar’s job to review, enforce and uphold the current rules.
April 24th, 2012
Pirelli is adamant that the best drivers and teams will still win in Formula 1 this year, despite the tyres playing a more important role in the outcome of races. Many people – including team principals, drivers and engineers – think that getting the 2012 tyres into the right operating window is now essential for success in F1. That reliance on the tyres prompted Michael Schumacher to hit out at what he felt were limitations being imposed on drivers because they cannot push their cars to the limit without losing tyre performance
December 15th, 2011
Jean-Eric Vergne has conceded that Scuderia Toro Rosso team-mate Daniel Ricciardo may have the edge on him at the start of next year, but hopes he can develop quickly to catch him up. The Frenchman has been handed his Formula 1 chance by Toro Rosso, after the outfit announced on Wednesday that it was dropping Jaime Alguersuari and Sebastian Buemi.
November 1st, 2011
Jean-Eric Vergne will drive the championship-winning Red Bull RB7 in the upcoming young driver test in Abu Dhabi, the team said on Tuesday. The Red Bull protege, this year’s runner-up in the Formula Renault 3.5 championship, drove for Toro Rosso during practice for the Korean Grand Prix
July 30th, 2011
Nick Heidfeld conceded Renault is not where it wants to be after another disappointing qualifying in Hungary. The German driver will start from 14th position, claiming he found it very hard to extract anything else from his car
July 23rd, 2011
Sergio Perez says his 15th position in qualifying ‘almost maximised’ the potential of his Sauber. The team suffered a disappointing qualifying as Kamui Kobayashi was relegated in Q1 and Perez could only make limited progress in Q2. Perez insists his best lap was pretty much on the limit of what could be achieved, as both drivers struggle with a perceived general lack of pace.
June 10th, 2011
Formula 1 needs to address some ‘fundamental problems’ if it is to deliver what is best for fans and teams, claims Williams chairman Adam Parr. Ahead of what are expected to be intense discussions to try and frame a new Concorde Agreement from 2013, Parr thinks that the sport needs a major rethink about how to make the best of itself to maximise revenues and deliver a better product for its followers. “The way F1 is consumed is going to change over the next few years,” said Parr, during a Fans’ Forum hosted by the Formula One Teams’ Association in Montreal
May 21st, 2011
Michael Schumacher revealed that a KERS problem in qualifying prompted him to run his unusual Q3 strategy at Barcelona today. The former champion set out on hard tyres in the pole shoot-out, then aborted his lap once it became clear that everyone else was using softs and he was set for 10th place regardless.
March 20th, 2011
Audi is confident that its R15 TDI had the speed to win the Sebring 12 Hours but for the incidents that delayed both its cars. The #1 car of Mike Rockenfeller, Romain Dumas and Timo Bernhard suffered two punctures in close succession in the early hours, the first due to running over debris, and the second after bodywork rubbed on the tyre. Allan McNish, Dindo Capello and Tom Kristensen were fighting the Peugeots for victory until Marc Gene’s 908 collided with Capello, ending both cars’ shot at the win.
November 6th, 2010
Hispania has announced a new partnership with Spanish businessman Juan Villalonga. Now a business advisor, Villalonga’s long executive career includes a stint as CEO of Spanish telecommunications firm Telefonica, during which he brought the company into Formula 1 as a major sponsor of the Minardi team. HRT owner Jose Ramon Carabante said Villalonga’s arrival would be a major boost to the squad.
October 21st, 2010
Rubens Barrichello: I’m very open minded going to Korea. All I know about the circuit is that there is a long straight and some tight corners, that’s it. We haven’t been able to do much preparation so we will just have to go there and get on with it.
October 8th, 2010
Michael Schumacher was encouraged by his car’s pace in practice for the Japanese Grand Prix, the Mercedes driver admitting it was stronger than expected. Schumacher posted the eighth quickest time of the day in the afternoon, having finished in the same position in the morning
October 8th, 2010
Michael Schumacher – 8th: “It’s a great feeling to be driving this track again. It’s really fun and a great challenge