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February 28th, 2013
Alex Brundle has landed a drive with the French OAK Racing team for the 2013 World Endurance Championship in what will be his second season of sportscar racing. The son of 1990 Le Mans 24 Hours winner Martin Brundle will race a Morgan-Nissan LMP2 alongside team regular Olivier Pla and amateur driver David Heinemeier Hansson in the full eight-race WEC. Brundle’s deal follows two outings with OAK in the WEC last year, which were in addition to his main sportscar programme in the European Le Mans Series and the Le Mans 24 Hours with the Greaves Zytek team
February 6th, 2013
Sky will broadcast live coverage of the final pre-season Formula 1 test in 3D. The 3D coverage will be available to viewers of Sky 3D and Sky Sports F1, and will start from 2pm UK time each day. The third test runs from February to March 3 at Barcelona.
January 10th, 2013
Martin Brundle says it will be a surprise if Lewis Hamilton does not win a grand prix with Mercedes in 2013. Hamilton is preparing for his first season in Formula 1 away from McLaren , as he takes the place of Michael Schumacher at the Ross Brawn-led team. Mercedes took its first win last year since returning to the sport with a factory team in 2010.
July 2nd, 2012
Former Le Mans 24 Hours winner Martin Brundle will team up with son Alex for a second time in top-flight sportscar racing this year at Silverstone next month. The Brundles will contest the British round of the FIA World Endurance Championship on August 26 with the Greaves Zytek squad, which is fielding an additional car in the fourth round of the series. They will share the Nissan-powered Zytek Z11SN with Lucas Ordonez, with whom they finished eighth in LMP2 at Le Mans last month
June 14th, 2012
Martin Brundle says he feels back ‘in the groove’ after the first day’s practice for the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours with the Greaves Motorsport squad. The 1990 winner is sharing an LMP2 Nissan-powered Zytek with his son Alex and Lucas Ordonez, and set the car’s fastest time in free practice – a 3m41.426s – on Wednesday. And while the Sky Formula 1 commentator admitted it took some time to find his rhythm in traffic after 11 years away from La Sarthe, even after the test day, he says he feels confident he is on top of his game now.
June 5th, 2012
Le Mans returnee Martin Brundle reckons the LMP2 class in this year’s 24-hour race rivals the halcyon days of Group C for competitiveness.
June 5th, 2012
Martin Brundle returned to the scene of his Le Mans 24 Hours victory with Jaguar in 1990 at the official test day last weekend. The former grand prix driver spoke to AUTOSPORT about driving the Circuit de la Sarthe for the first time since 2001 with son Alex Brundle and their chances of success in the Greaves Motorsport Zytek-Nissan Z11SN in the LMP2 class come the race on June 16/17. Q
February 20th, 2012
Martin Brundle believes he will be a better commentator for Sky in 2012 thanks to the experience he gained from leading the BBC’s television commentary during Formula 1 races last season. Brundle became lead commentator for the BBC in 2011, standing alongside his former rival David Coulthard in the box, after Jonathan Legard was dropped from the line-up the previous winter
December 13th, 2011
Ben Edwards will replace Martin Brundle as the BBC’s lead Formula 1 commentator next year, ending weeks of speculation about who will join David Coulthard in the box. With Brundle having switched to Sky for 2012, the BBC has been looking for an experienced broadcaster to join its efforts next year.
December 7th, 2011
Martin Brundle says Sky’s reputation, and the fact it will still be going head-to-head with the BBC for ten grands prix next season, puts pressure on the broadcaster to perform from the very outset of its Formula 1 coverage in 2012. Brundle, who was official announced as part of Sky’s new coverage team , admitted it had been a big decision to leave the BBC but said the promise of commentating live for every race had proved too hard to resist. “We’re going to be head to head with BBC F1, which I know from personal experience is a fantastic group of people making a great show,” Brundle told AUTOSPORT in an exclusive interview.
December 7th, 2011
Sky has officially confirmed that former BBC Radio 5 commentary duo David Croft and Anthony Davidson are to join its Formula 1 coverage next year, alongside Martin Brundle.
December 6th, 2011
The cream of British motorsport talent raised around £20,000 for the Alzheimer’s Society as they came together to celebrate the life of Dan Wheldon in a charity karting event at Daytona Motorsport’s Milton Keynes venue in the UK on Monday night. The over-subscribed event, organised by Wheldon’s friend and Lotus GT racer Johnny Mowlem, was won by 2009 Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button, who shared a kart with Wheldon’s father Clive in their DW Lionheart team. Button and Wheldon were assisted in no small part by the Cash for Penalties system – which allowed teams to pay bribes to make sure their rivals were black-flagged and docked laps – and justifiably so
December 4th, 2011
The Red Bull RB7 has been named as Racing Car of the Year at the 2011 AUTOSPORT Awards in London. The machine, which took Sebastian Vettel to the Formula 1 world title and Mark Webber to third place in the championship, overcame competition from the rival McLaren MP4-26, the Audi R18 and Peugeot 908 sportscars, the new generation Dallara GP2/11 and the World Touring Car Championship-dominating Chevrolet Cruze to take the prize. It is the second year in a row that a Red Bull has won the award, the RB6 having taken it in 2010.
November 27th, 2011
Martin Brundle has confirmed that he will leave the BBC to become part of the Sky Sports Formula 1 broadcast line-up from 2012. The former F1 racer and Le Mans winner made the announcement in his Sunday Times newspaper column, saying that the fact that Sky will carry the whole season live – while the BBC will only show 10 races live and the rest in delayed highlights programmes – was key in his decision
November 25th, 2011
The BBC has announced its coverage plans for 2012 – revealing the 10 races it will broadcast live and outlining its plans for highlights programmes. With Sky showing every grand prix live, the BBC will not broadcast its first live race until the third round of the championship in China. After that, it will broadcast the races in Spain, Monaco, Valencia, Britain, Belgium, Singapore, Korea, Abu Dhabi and Brazil.
by Judy Stropus on September 30th, 2011
HILLIARD, Ohio (Sept. 19, 2011) – The Road Racing Drivers Club announces the launch of www.SAFEisFAST.com – a ground-breaking Web site devoted to the education of racing drivers. The world’s top champion drivers offer a collection of inside secrets not found anywhere else. Access to the SAFE is FAST Video Symposium is FREE (upon registration). Supported by the FIA Motor Sport Safety Development Fund, this comprehensive site is an invaluable tool for up-and-coming racing drivers, as well as established ones, to hone their skills and learn from the best in the world. Hosted by RRDC President Bobby Rahal, SAFE is FAST features more than 30 RRDC members and other industry experts in some 90 minutes of high-quality videos covering subjects from physical and mental preparation to driving techniques, driver safety [...]
September 26th, 2011
David Coulthard is the latest major motorsport name to confirm his appearance at the 2012 AUTOSPORT International, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 12-15 January. Coulthard joins his BBC Formula 1 broadcasting team colleague Jake Humphrey on the AUTOSPORT International bill.
July 29th, 2011
Formula 1 teams are to seek clarification from Bernie Ecclestone on the new BBC/Sky television deal amid concerns about the sport moving away from free-to-air television in 2012.
March 2nd, 2011
Ex-grand prix driver Mark Blundell will make another Grand-Am appearance with United Autosports at Homestead this weekend. The team is keen to extend its partnership with Michael Shank Racing, which began with a Daytona 24 Hours entry that featured Blundell and Martin Brundle among its driver line-up, and has put together a late deal to run in the second round at the Miami track as well
January 31st, 2011
IndyCar heroes from Down Under made hay in their annual raid on the Daytona 24 Hours, with New Zealander Scott Dixon and Australian Ryan Briscoe moving up to new positions within the top 20 of the Castrol Rankings. Dixon was in the car that was narrowly pipped to victory by the sister Chip Ganassi Racing Riley-BMW, but his second place lifts him three places from 18th to 15th in the Castrol Rankings, moving him above Formula 1 stars Robert Kubica and Nico Rosberg and IndyCar rival Helio Castroneves