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May 17th, 2013
Force India’s hopes of keeping McLaren behind it hinge on achieving double points finishes, according to deputy team principal Bob Fernley.
April 4th, 2013
Jules Bianchi suspects that it will not be until the Spanish Grand Prix that he is able to show his full potential. Bianchi has made a strong start to his Formula 1 career, finishing in 13th in the Malaysian Grand Prix
March 17th, 2013
Jules Bianchi – 15th: “I am very happy with my race today and really can’t imagine a better start to my first season of F1. Yesterday’s qualifying was quite a challenge but today I felt very calm as I looked forward to this moment. Generally everything went very smoothly in the race and we worked our way through the tyre management issues as well as we could in order to maximise the possibilities.
March 16th, 2013
Marussia believes that it is possible to get within striking distance of the back of the Formula1 midfield pack this season after showing promising pace during the Australian Grand Prix weekend. Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton qualified 19th and 20th, comfortably ahead of the Caterhams and also within a second of both Williams cars as well as Esteban Gutierrez’s Sauber and Adrian Sutil’s Force India. The Marussias had been within a second of the midfield stragglers during Friday practice in dry conditions and with gaps in the race usually narrower than in qualifying, hopes are high for Sunday
March 4th, 2013
Marussia’s new signing Jules Bianchi believes the team has improved more than most of its Formula 1 rivals over the winter. Bianchi’s MR02 found over a second on the final day of the test, ending up ahead of the Toro Rosso of Daniel Ricciardo and matching the pace of Charles Pic’s Caterham. Although the F1 rookie was cautious about reading too much into the times, he believes Marussia – which will have KERS for the first time in 2013 – has made good progress
February 14th, 2013
Caterham boss Cyril Abiteboul has vowed to instil a new culture of realism at the team.
November 6th, 2012
Tony Fernandes is to step down as team principal of Caterham before the end of the season so he can focus more on developing his road car business.
August 27th, 2012
Pirelli believes that the decision to bring its hardest tyres to the Belgian Grand Prix should allow drivers to push to the maximum in the race.
July 18th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen has suggested Caterham will need to start posting stronger results if he is to stay with the team after his current contract expires. The Finn is tied to the team until the end of the season, but has previously admitted he is yet to sort out his future.
July 7th, 2012
Daniel Ricciardo is convinced he had the pace to go into Q3 in qualifying for the British Grand Prix. But the Toro Rosso driver said that the yellow flags at the end of the session meant he was unable to improve, being knocked out in Q2
June 19th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen: “Next up it’s the European Grand Prix in Valencia. The track isn’t my favourite one of the season but it’s another great city to go to and another venue that makes the most of having F1 in town for the whole week so the atmosphere is around the whole event is great.
June 19th, 2012
Caterham is optimistic that major updates planned for its car for the next two races can help it make the step forward it needs to start challenging the teams ahead of it. The Hingham-based outfit has not made the progress it hoped to this season, and has found itself still unable to launch a regular challenge on the more established team just ahead. A raft of aerodynamic developments and revisions to the floor of its car are scheduled for the Valencia and Silverstone races and technical director Mark Smith thinks that they should give Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov the possibility to get through to Q2 on merit.
June 10th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen – 18th: “That was an uneventful afternoon for me. I had a good start, passed Senna early on but then struggled a little with the tyres which maybe held me up a bit. Our pace today was not quite what we thought it would be and we were being lapped a little earlier than we had anticipated, but that was really the only issue for me today – other than that it’s been a good weekend.” Vitaly Petrov – 19th: “For me that was a good race
May 26th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen believes he could have made it into Q2 in this afternoon’s qualifying session for the Monaco Grand Prix had it not been for traffic. Kovalainen’s Caterham will start tomorrow’s race from 18th
May 26th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen – 18th: “That was a good session for me. I’ve had a good balance all weekend and I went into this session knowing I could push
May 13th, 2012
Heikki Kovalainen – 16th: “I think we got as much out of the car as we could this afternoon. I had a good start, passed Senna and was hanging on to the pack ahead up until the second stops.
April 15th, 2012
Force India should be encouraged by its Chinese Grand Prix performance, despite failing to score a point at Shanghai, according to deputy team boss Robert Fernley.
March 26th, 2012
Rubens Barrichello believes that strategy plays a far greater role in the IndyCar Series than it does in Formula 1 following his US racing debut at St Petersburg on Sunday. The 11-time grand prix winner came home 17th in his first IndyCar race, having run out of fuel at the end after spending most of the season opener battling in the midfield
March 17th, 2012
Sauber believes that the midfield grid positions it starts Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix with do not accurately reflect the competitiveness of its C31 contender in Melbourne. Kamui Kobayashi and Sergio Perez were first and fifth fastest in Q1, only to fade away to 13th and 17th in second phase of qualifying as both drivers ran in to different problems. “P13 and P17 definitely doesn’t reflect our true potential,” said the team’s head of track engineering Giampaolo Dall’Ara, “but things just went wrong in qualifying
March 15th, 2012
Paul di Resta believes that the midfield teams in Formula 1 are under more pressure this year because the competitive spread of the grid has closed up. One of the trends to come out of winter testing appears to be a much closer spread between most of the teams, with very little to choose between those in the middle of the pack in particular. Di Resta’s Force India team worked its way towards the front of the midfield with a very strong finish to 2011, but the Scot believes that the competition will be even fiercer in that battle than it was last year