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May 25th, 2013
Sergio Perez – 7th: “It’s not great to cross the finish line, feel like you’ve just done a mega lap, and find that you’re only seventh. “Still, I put in a really strong performance here today, and I felt like I’d really maximised the full potential of the car. “We know we’re not quite there yet performance-wise, so we need to keep pushing.
May 11th, 2013
Spanish Grand Prix poleman Nico Rosberg has voiced a word of caution despite leading a Mercedes one-two in qualifying at Barcelona . Rosberg, who outpaced team-mate Lewis Hamilton for his third career Formula 1 pole, said that the harsh lesson he suffered when he fell from pole to ninth place in Bahrain meant that Mercedes would go into Sunday’s race with a wary eye on tyre degradation.
April 12th, 2013
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton believe it is too early to start thinking of fighting victory in the Chinese Grand Prix despite Mercedes’ strong start to the weekend. The duo were comfortably quickest in the opening practice session before finishing fourth and seventh in the afternoon . Rosberg dominated the Shanghai event last year from pole position, but the German insists he is not getting carried away
March 22nd, 2013
Fernando Alonso – 4th/4th: “Today, the car worked well in all conditions and that is very good news for us. This circuit is more representative than Australia for evaluating the car’s performance and so it was important to understand here today if the positive feelings from the winter were not just an illusion. On my lap on the Medium tyres, I did not have the right balance, otherwise I could have managed to improve, as I did on the Hards and I could probably have been on the “front row.” Now we must see how tomorrow goes, when it could rain at any moment and on a track where tyre degradation is much higher than in Melbourne
March 1st, 2013
Nico Rosberg believes Mercedes will not suffer a repeat of turning a promising winter test programme into disappointment this year. Last year, the team headed to Melbourne positive about its Formula 1 chances after some confidence-inspiring running in pre-season testing. But problems with the tyres and reliability left it struggling to score points in the opening two races before its victory in China
February 27th, 2013
The final pre-season Formula 1 test kicks off at Barcelona on Thursday amid fears that the vital four days of running will be hit by bad weather conditions. With a threat of rain on both Thursday and Friday, teams face the prospect of having to condense much of their final on-track preparations of the season into only two full days of dry running over the weekend.
November 7th, 2012
Antonio Felix da Costa was delighted after making the most of his second day of testing for Red Bull in Abu Dhabi. The Formula Renault 3.5 race winner was in action for the second consecutive day of work during the young driver test at the Yas Marina circuit, and the Portuguese put Red Bull on top of the times by nearly half a second from McLaren’s Oliver Turvey
September 1st, 2012
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari cannot rely on mistakes from its rivals to hold on to the championship lead . The Spaniard is starting ahead of several of his closest title rivals in Belgium. Alonso qualified sixth but will gain a place from Pastor Maldonado’s grid penalty
September 1st, 2012
Qualifying second for the Belgian Grand Prix was completely unexpected, according to Kamui Kobayashi. The Sauber driver secured the best starting spot of his Formula 1 career at Spa Francorchamps, his Q3 time good enough to put him on the front row next to polesitter Jenson Button. But Kobayashi admitted that while he was ecstatic with the result, it was an unexpected one.
July 28th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen – 19th: “It’s been a positive day today.
January 20th, 2012
Marussia is planning to run its 2012 car at the second pre-season test at Barcelona, with technical consultant Pat Symonds revealing it will be virtually an all-new design from last year’s chassis. With Symonds having taken over the technical direction of the outfit following the departure of Nick Wirth, the team has been making the most of a tie-up with McLaren to produce a car that will deliver a good step forward
November 12th, 2011
Paul Hembery: “Today was probably the tightest battle for pole position that we have seen all year. We saw from free practice yesterday that we were set for a very close fight between Red Bull Racing and McLaren and this turned out to be the case, with both teams making the most of the soft tyres in particular.
October 20th, 2011
British Formula 3 runner-up Kevin Magnussen will remain with Carlin for an attack on the 2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Series. Magnussen tested for the champion team at Barcelona on October 11-12, setting the fastest time on the first day at the wheel of reigning champion Robert Wickens’ car
September 27th, 2011
Esteban Gutierrez will race with the Lotus ART team again during the 2012 GP2 season, it was announced on Tuesday. The Mexican finished in 13th position in the 2011 season with the team, scoring one win and two podiums during his rookie campaign
September 9th, 2011
Pirelli’s Motorsport Director Paul Hembery: “Conditions were particularly tough today because of the heat at Monza as well as the usual high speeds, so we didn’t see much evolution of the track from the morning to the afternoon. Despite this heavy punishment, the tyres performed well – especially the medium, with Lewis Hamilton making the most of the cooler conditions in the morning.
September 9th, 2011
Runaway F3 Euro Series championship leader Robert Merhi will start from pole for the fourth time this season after a dominant display in Silverstone qualifying. The 20-year-old Spaniard rose to the top of the timesheets in the final five minutes, making the most of his fresh rubber to set a 1m52.868s. Prema’s Daniel Juncadella and Mucke’s Felix Rosenqvist led the response but Merhi was the only driver able to break the 53 mark – a point he underlined with a second lap good enough for pole.
July 15th, 2011
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh believes Formula 1 now stands at a crossroads in terms of making the most of the possibilities it has on the Internet. With an increasing focus from teams about how to make better use of the Internet and social media, Whitmarsh reckons that all stakeholders in the sport should shoulder some responsibility for delivering what fans now want
May 28th, 2011
Fernando Alonso believes the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix does not represent to true pecking order, as he reckons Lewis Hamilton should have been on pole. Several drivers were hindered by the stoppage caused by Sergio Perez’s crash with over two minutes of the session remaining. That meant their final runs were not fast enough, and drivers like Hamilton were unable to set a significant time
December 16th, 2010
Chip Ganassi Racing has signed second-generation American driver Graham Rahal to drive in the IZOD IndyCar Series next year. (Ron McQueeney/IndyCar Photo) INDIANAPOLIS — As expected by many, second-generation IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal has joined Chip Ganassi Racing with the formation of Service Central Chip Ganassi Racing. Ganassi’s IZOD IndyCar Series stable will expand to four cars with the addition of the new team, which will be sponsored by TBC Retail Group
December 16th, 2010
Chip Ganassi will field four cars in IndyCar next season, with Graham Rahal and Charlie Kimball joining Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti. Rahal, 21, who became IndyCar’s youngest ever winner at 19 with victory at St Petersburg in 2008, drove for four different teams this year. “This is the kind of opportunity every driver dreams of,” Rahal said