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- The Full Monte
April 13th, 2013
Red Bull says insufficient fuel was put into Mark Webber’s car for Chinese Grand Prix qualifying due to an issue with a bowser. Webber had his qualifying times disallowed as there was not enough fuel left in his Red Bull to provide the mandatory sample for the FIA at the end of the session
December 12th, 2012
Sauber has become the first Formula 1 team to reveal it has passed all the mandatory crash tests for its 2013 car. The Swiss squad said on Wednesday morning that the C32, the chassis the team will use during the 2013 season, was now fully homologated to begin testing next year
November 24th, 2012
Paul di Resta believes Formula 1′s recent one-stop races have sold the sport short. A combination of forgiving track surfaces and conservative tyre choices at the last few events meant drivers experienced little in the way of tyre degradation, This has enabled them to go deeper into races before undertaking their mandatory pitstops – a stark contrast to the earlier rounds of the season
November 16th, 2012
Red Bull says revised garage procedures and detailed equipment checks should ensure there is no repeat of the fuelling problem that hit Sebastian Vettel in qualifying at Abu Dhabi. Vettel was excluded from qualifying at the Yas Marina circuit after the FIA discovered he had less than the mandatory one-litre of fuel on board his car at the end of his Q3 effort. The team was unsure at the time what had happened, as it was convinced that Vettel had been given enough petrol to complete his qualifying effort and in-lap
November 3rd, 2012
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is convinced that the necessary fuel for the mandatory one-litre sample was in Sebastian Vettel’s car but that regulations preventing the removal of bodywork meant that it could not be extracted. The FIA stewards’ decision stated that scrutineers found “an insufficient quantity of fuel for sampling purposes”, which led to Vettel being excluded from qualifying .
November 3rd, 2012
Sebastian Vettel will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the pitlane following his penalty for a fuel infringement .
September 1st, 2012
Marcus Ericsson won a wild GP2 feature race at Spa-Francorchamps, which was interrupted by a huge crash that befell Nigel Melker and caused a lengthy delay.
July 21st, 2012
Kevin Ceccon has lost his third-place finish in the first Hockenheim GP3 race after being given a retrospective drivethrough penalty. Last year’s Auto GP champion, who looked like he had claimed his second GP3 podium with Ocean Racing Technology in Germany, was adjudged to have not had the wheels fitted to his car before the three-minute signal prior to the race. As the offence was not punished until after the event, Ceccon had 30 seconds added to his race time in lieu of a drivethrough, dropping him from third to 17th
June 23rd, 2012
Timo Glock will be allowed to start the European Grand Prix if he is passed fit by Formula 1 medical delegate on Sunday morning, despite not taking part in qualifying.
May 12th, 2012
Jean Alesi moved a step closer to his Indianapolis 500 debut on Friday as he completed two of the three phases of the mandatory rookie orientation programme – but he must finish the course when official practice starts next week before he can be approved to qualify. All Indy newcomers must go through the ROP, in which they lap at ever-greater specified speeds in 10-lap runs. Alesi had the track to himself for his Friday mileage, with most other rookies going through the ROP on Thursday.
March 10th, 2012
MLR 71 drivers Sergio Campana and Michele la Rosa have received a one minute post-race penalty for a pit infringement during Monza’s opening round of the Auto GP World Series. Teams were instructed to make a compulsory rear tyre change during the mandatory pitstops
March 6th, 2012
Narain Karthikeyan says HRT’s new F112 is a definite step up from the team’s 2011 challenger. Karthikeyan got his first laps in the car at Barcelona on Monday, with HRT taking advantage of filming day regulations after missing all three pre-season tests due to problems passing the mandatory FIA crash tests. Although he was only to get in a few laps toward the end of the day, Karthikeyan said he was confident the car was an improvement on last year.
March 5th, 2012
The new HRT F112 completed its first laps at the Barcelona circuit on Monday ahead of its grand prix debut in Australia in less than two weeks. The Spanish squad took advantage of the filming day regulations in order to shake down its new car after having been unable to get the car ready in time for the Barcelona test last week. Indian Narain Karthikeyan was the man in charge of driving the car in its maiden outing late in the afternoon at the Circuit de Catalunya, after a frantic effort by the team to get the car ready in time
February 29th, 2012
HRT team principal Luis Perez-Sala says his outfit has taken no satisfaction from seeing rivals Marussia fail its final crash test. With both outfits facing a race-against-time to get their cars ready for the start of the season, Perez-Sala does not believe that his outfit now has the edge over its rivals because it has completed all the mandatory checks
February 25th, 2012
The HRT team has passed all the mandatory FIA crash tests, AUTOSPORT has learned, although its presence at the final Barcelona Formula 1 test is still in doubt. HRT had hoped to debut its new car – the F112 – in the second test at Barcelona this week, but the failure to pass two crash tests forced the Spanish squad to alter its plans. AUTOSPORT has learned that on Friday the team passed the final rollhoop test successfully and so its car is now homologated to test and to race
February 16th, 2012
The HRT team will skip the first Barcelona test in order to focus on being ready with its new car for the second and final test there. The Spanish squad tested for two days at Jerez last week, using its 2011 car as the new challenger is yet to pass all the mandatory crash tests.
February 9th, 2012
The new HRT car is set to make its debut in the third and final test of the pre-season after the Spanish squad’s plans were delayed because it didn’t pass all the mandatory crash tests this week.
February 7th, 2012
HRT is hoping to pass its final crash test on Wednesday, so that its new car will be able to run for the first time at the next Formula 1 test at Barcelona in a fortnight’s time. The Spanish outfit is running with its 2011 car at Jerez in Spain this week, because the new car has not yet passed all of the mandatory crash tests
January 26th, 2012
Caterham technical chief Mike Gascoyne says it’s time for the team to take another step forward this year after finishing as best of the ‘new’ teams in 2011. On Wednesday, the team unveiled its 2012 challenger, the car with which it is hoping to fight in the midfield after finishing in tenth position in the championship last year
January 20th, 2012
Scuderia Toro Rosso has confirmed its new car will be ready for the opening pre-season test at Jerez next month, after passing all the mandatory crash tests this week. For 2012, all Formula 1 teams must complete the FIA crash tests before they are allowed to run their cars on track.