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March 23rd, 2013
Red Bull says it accepts McLaren’s apology for the ECU problems that hit Mark Webber’s car in Australia, although it suggests that glitches remain. As AUTOSPORT revealed , a software problem with the telemetry systems inside the Red Bull garage meant the team lost the data link with Webber’s car, which impacted on his race start.
March 22nd, 2013
Sebastian Vettel – 3rd/2nd: “I think it was unusual today as in the second session one part of the track was pretty wet and the other was dry – but it all dried out quite fast, as it was so hot. This afternoon we couldn’t do so much due to the weather, but this morning it looked okay, although the tyres don’t last very long! We need to try a couple of things now overnight to improve and take a step forwards.” Mark Webber – 1st/5th: “It was a pretty smooth run for us today, but we need to improve and keep finding pace
March 14th, 2013
Sergio Perez insists that he will not “drive desperately” in pursuit of his first Formula 1 grand prix win. The Mexican is under pressure to break his duck having switched from Sauber to McLaren, but he is determined to focus on stringing together consistent results as he approaches his debut for the team in the Australian Grand Prix. This follows an end to the 2012 season during which he became embroiled in several on-track incidents
February 22nd, 2013
Mark Webber has no doubt that Red Bull was right to take an evolutionary approach with its 2013 Formula 1 car, rather than taking “uncharacteristic risks”.
January 7th, 2013
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez believes Kimi Raikkonen managed to deliver so much for the team last year because it gave him the atmosphere he needed to thrive. Lopez is convinced that Raikkonen dug deep to get the best out of himself, even though from the outside it was not always obvious. “Everyone who had muttered that he wasn’t motivated now comes around to tell me they knew Kimi was still super strong,” said Lopez in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport
October 25th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel will not relax his approach to the final races of the season despite having taken the lead in the Formula 1 world championship. The German driver has won the last three races in succession to overtake Fernando Alonso in the championship standings with four grands prix left in the campaign.
August 30th, 2012
Felipe Massa is confident that he has more to offer if Ferrari decides to re-sign him for next year, despite his difficult 2012 season.
March 2nd, 2012
DAMS and Davide Valsecchi say they are not reading much into the times set in GP2 testing this week, where the Italian set the pace on all three days at Jerez. Category veteran Valsecchi’s best lap over the three days was 0.4 seconds clear of his closest rival, Lotus GP’s Esteban Gutierrez
February 27th, 2012
Mark Webber says he will waste no time worrying about rival drivers gunning for his Red Bull Racing seat for next year. With the Australian’s contract up for renewal again at the end of this season, Webber knows he must deliver results if his bosses are not going to consider slotting in youngsters like Daniel Ricciardo or Jean-Eric Vergne. But rather than feel that the situation is a cause for concern, Webber is well aware of what is expected – and knows the best thing for his future is focusing on his own performances rather than what other drivers are doing.
November 17th, 2011
Kevin Ceccon believes that he is a step closer to achieving his target of racing in Formula 1 after his second day of testing for Toro Rosso at Yas Marina.
October 15th, 2011
Jerome D’Ambrosio admitted he was mystified by his lack of pace during qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.
June 24th, 2011
Jorge Lorenzo described his Assen qualifying day as “complicated” after failing to reach the front row of the grid for the Dutch Grand Prix. The world champion was only 0.3 seconds off polesitter Marco Simoncelli’s pace, but this was not enough to break into the top three.
June 2nd, 2011
Toni Elias remains convinced he can still salvage something from his MotoGP season if his switch to a 2011 Honda chassis from Catalunya this weekend pays off. After winning the inaugural Moto2 title last year, the Spaniard returned to MotoGP with LCR Honda, but has so far struggled to get near the pace and invariably trailed the field. A ninth place in the wet at Jerez is the best result of his top-level comeback to date
March 1st, 2011
Kamui Kobayashi is unsure there will be more overtaking during the 2011 season despite the return of KERS and the introduction of the moveable rear wings. The Sauber driver reckons the fact that most teams will run KERS will mean its advantage is erased, and he is also unsure the current rules on moveable wings will make the system effective. “I don’t believe the KERS will help because almost everybody has it,” said Kobayashi.
February 12th, 2011
World champion Sebastian Vettel hopes Robert Kubica will continue to go rallying as a sideline once he is fit enough to return to Formula 1 – despite the Pole suffering severe injuries in a rally crash last weekend. Kubica required lengthy surgery to save his right hand and also sustained multiple fractures in his right arm and leg when an accident in a rally in Italy last Sunday left his Skoda Fabia impaled on a crash barrier. Vettel said he was pleased that the news about Kubica’s recovery had been encouraging so far
December 29th, 2010
Yvan Muller believes he is now driving better than he has at any point in his career, after winning the World Touring Car Championship for the second time. The 41-year-old Frenchman added his success with Chevrolet this year to his 2008 title with SEAT, and has only finished outside the top two in a championship once since 2000.
October 23rd, 2010
Sebastian Vettel was delighted to turn his fortunes around in Korea to secure pole position following a difficult practice. The Red Bull driver had struggled with the handling of his car from Friday, but managed to emerge on top in qualifying to secure his ninth pole position of the 2010 season
October 15th, 2010
Audi and Mercedes have welcomed the addition of BMW to the DTM grid from 2012. Audi motorsport boss Dr Wolfgang Ullrich and Mercedes motorsport chief Norbert Haug say their brands are looking forward to competing against BMW, and believe the presence of a third manufacturer will help to cement the series’ long-term strength. “The fact that BMW is coming back in the DTM is great news for the fans,” Ullrich said.
October 10th, 2010
Mark Webber believes he will need to win again in the remaining races of the season if he is to secure this year’s title.
October 7th, 2010
Jorge Lorenzo says he has not yet decided whether to take a cautious approach to this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix, knowing that all he needs is a ninth place to wrap up his first MotoGP title. With Dani Pedrosa’s injuries ruling him at least for one more weekend, Lorenzo is now unopposed in the championship fight, and needs just seven more points to be sure of the crown.