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May 17th, 2013
Ferrari has hit out at rival Red Bull’s criticisms of the current tyres in Formula 1, saying it does not understand why it should feel ‘ashamed’ for winning races with aggressive four-stop strategies. Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz attacked the state of F1 after the Spanish Grand Prix, claiming the sport was no longer about racing but instead was simply about tyre preservation.
May 12th, 2013
Jenson Button – 8th: “That was an interesting race. “The lap to the grid was very slow, which hurt us, and my start wasn’t great.
May 11th, 2013
Daniel Ricciardo – 11th : “I was pleased with the way the session went overall, particularly Q2 and I think we got the most we could out of the car. While yesterday was a good day for us, this morning was nowhere near as positive, as I had problems with the balance on the car. So we had to play catch-up and this afternoon we managed to get it right.
May 10th, 2013
Heikki Kovalainen – 16th: “For me that was a pretty good session, even though we lost quite a bit of time with a mechanical issue. Once that was fixed we got on with the program and ended up only losing one run and as FP1 started with a wet track everyone else was limiting their track time as well, so the relative loss was minimal
May 10th, 2013
Paul di Resta – 10th/10th: “It was difficult to learn a massive amount today with the wet conditions this morning and our limited running. We had some new parts and both cars were slightly different to allow us to evaluate as much as possible. We will decide tonight the best overall package to carry forward
April 20th, 2013
Charles Pic – 19th: “I’m pretty happy with where we finished today. We’d obviously have liked to be a little higher up the grid but with the package we have here in Bahrain I think we got as much as we could today in quali, so we can be reasonably pleased. We have a couple of new parts here which have definitely helped us make some progress, and after a good FP3 we were well set for quali
April 13th, 2013
Charles Pic – 21st : “We’ve had quite a few issues all weekend and they’ve hurt our ability to get the most out of the car here, particularly with the tyres. We tried a couple of different setup options in FP3 and the car balance felt better this morning than it had yesterday but between FP3 and qualifying the tyre behaviour changed again and we really couldn’t get them to work. In qualifying we did both runs on the soft tyres but I had traffic on my first run which meant I didn’t have a clean lap.
April 12th, 2013
Jules Bianchi 19th/19th: “It has been a good day today and it is very pleasing to see clear progress since the first two races, not just in terms of the results, but the way we have revised our working methods to ensure we get the best out of the package. It seemed a long time since I was last in the car but straight away I can feel the benefit of the development work which has been carried out in the break, so this is a nice feeling as we know we have to keep pushing hard in the early part of the season in particular. This morning the track was very dirty and it was quite difficult in places, but it wasn’t so long before I was up to speed and by the end of the day the conditions were improving.
April 9th, 2013
McLaren believes it has identified the major areas in which it needs to improve ahead of this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix. While the team acknowledges there is no ‘magic bullet’ which will suddenly restore it to the front of the Formula 1 grid, it believes it has now pinpointed what has gone wrong with its 2013 car
March 23rd, 2013
Jules Bianchi – 19th: “I am obviously thrilled with my qualifying lap today, but seeing how close we were to Q2 – just 0.5s – only left me wanting more. It has not been an easy time in practice, as we seem to have been struggling quite a lot with the tyre degradation.
March 22nd, 2013
Pastor Maldonado – 12th/16th: We didn’t have the pace today unfortunately.
March 22nd, 2013
Jean-Eric Vergne – 17th/15th: “I think this was a positive day, including the reliability front which is important.
March 15th, 2013
McLaren has admitted that it is not in the position it wants to be for the Formula 1 season-opening Australian Grand Prix. After a challenging time during pre-season testing, the outfit doubts it currently has the package that Jenson Button and Sergio Perez need to be comfortably at the front.
March 7th, 2013
Carl Edwards believes the best option for improving NASCAR Sprint Cup racing would be to remove downforce altogether.
March 1st, 2013
Paul di Resta says Force India will focus on honing its existing package rather than introducing a raft of updates ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Most Formula 1 teams have waited until the final Barcelona test bolt on and trial their Melbourne configurations.
February 19th, 2013
Alex Wurz says Toyota cannot be overconfident about its chances for the upcoming World Endurance Championship season despite a promising return to sportscars racing in 2012.
February 10th, 2013
Three-time Daytona 500 winner Jeff Gordon believes the new-for-2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup technical package will demand more driver skill in close racing.
January 29th, 2013
Schmidt Peterson Motorsport has completed its long-planned expansion to two cars by signing rookie Tristan Vautier alongside compatriot Simon Pagenaud for the 2013 IndyCar season. Vautier won last year’s Indy lights title with the Schmidt team, and several crew members from his Lights campaign will be promoted along with him to work on his car
January 21st, 2013
Marussia hinted that ‘commercial’ factors had forced a change a plans after the announcement that Timo Glock is leaving the team. A statement issued by the Banbury-based outfit on Monday morning suggested that the tough economic conditions that F1 teams were experiencing at the moment meant it could no longer afford the luxury of paying an experienced driver. Team principal John Booth said: “Timo has made a very significant contribution to our team over the past three seasons, helping us to develop our package to the point where, for a large proportion of the 2012 season, we were holding 10th place in the constructors’ championship
December 20th, 2012
British Touring Car race winner Tom Onslow-Cole believes he can challenge at the front in 2013 after signing to drive one of Tony Gilham’s new NGTC Volkswagen Passats. Onslow-Cole rejoined WSR this year and took sixth in the drivers’ table with one of the squad’s S2000 BMWs. But he has now confirmed he will race on of Gilham’s two NGTC VW Passat CCs, which are currently in build, and believes the package is capable of running at the front