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May 17th, 2013
Red Bull backed racer Carlos Sainz Jr will drive for Zeta Corse in the Monaco Grand Prix-supporting Formula Renault 3.5 race. Sainz, who is racing full-time in GP3 this year, takes over the second seat at the team, which has already been raced by Emmanuel Piget and Matheo Tuscher this season. With GP3 not returning to Monaco this year after the series held a round there for the first time last season, the FR3.5 race gives Sainz an opportunity to gain experience on the famous street circuit.
May 7th, 2013
Lewis Hamilton says he is revelling in his new-found independence after leaving the ‘controlled’ environment of McLaren. Hamilton admitted there were points where he struggled for motivation, energy and focus during his time with the Woking-based squad, but insists such concerns have been banished following his gamble to move to Mercedes. “I have been in a very controlled environment since I can remember and it’s not until the last couple of years that I’ve come out of that control,” Hamilton told the Daily Mirror
March 28th, 2013
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has praised Nico Rosberg for setting aside his personal interests for the good of the team in the Malaysian Grand Prix. The German was asked to hold ground behind Lewis Hamilton at Sepang in order to secure a three-four finish for the Brackley-based squad. Hamilton admitted afterward that Rosberg had deserved his podium spot
February 18th, 2013
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has assured Mark Webber that he will be given the same opportunities as Sebastian Vettel to win this year’s Formula 1 world championship.
February 8th, 2013
Max Chilton is encouraged by the performance of his Marussia team’s new Formula 1 car, despite limited running in Jerez. The young Briton was only able to set his personal best time in the last 40 minutes of his programme on Thursday amid an interrupted session. But he remains confident that the team’s 2013 design has addressed issue with last year’s
January 29th, 2013
Mark Webber has shrugged off Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko’s criticism of his driving and mental strength, saying he is well aware of the Austrian’s opinion of him. Marko recently told Red Bull’s in-house Red Bulletin magazine that Webber “falls into a downward spiral” when confronted with team-mate Sebastian Vettel’s pace or mechanical problems and cannot cope with the pressure of being a Formula 1 title contender. In an interview for his personal website, Webber said Marko’s disparaging view came as little surprise.
November 17th, 2012
TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Cyril ABITEBOUL (Caterham), Norbert HAUG (Mercedes), Eric BOULLIER (Lotus), Martin WHITMARSH (McLaren), Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing), Stefano DOMENICALI (Ferrari) Q. A question, first of all, to all of you: your overall impressions of the circuit and the challenge. What have you found
September 25th, 2012
McLaren is ready to match Mercedes’ wage offer to Lewis Hamilton in a bid to further tempt the former world champion to remain at his current team. On the back of frenzied speculation about Hamilton’s future caused by Eddie Jordan’s claim that he would move to Mercedes in 2013, negotiations have been ongoing between the Briton’s management team, XIX Entertainment, and McLaren
September 6th, 2012
Michael Schumacher insists there will be no deviation from plans to finalise his Formula 1 future in October despite speculation suggesting Lewis Hamilton is to replace him next year. Hamilton’s management team have held talks with Mercedes about a contract for 2013, and former team boss Eddie Jordan has gone so far as stating that they have actually agreed terms. Although such a deal would point to Schumacher retiring from F1 again at the end of the season , the seven-time champion suggested at Monza that his situation was unchanged.
July 26th, 2012
Ben Spies has revealed that he made his decision to leave Yamaha some time ago. The American stunned the MotoGP paddock by announcing on Tuesday that he was quitting the factory Yamaha squad after two years. The move was revealed in unusual fashion, with Spies hinting on his Twitter feed that “big things are happening” and “next year will be a bit different”, before emailing the Superbike Planet website to reveal he was leaving Yamaha.
July 26th, 2012
Lewis Hamilton says he took some comfort from McLaren’s improved pace at the German Grand Prix – but admits his title charge cannot afford too many more non-points finishes.
July 24th, 2012
Ben Spies has announced that he will leave the Yamaha works team at the end of the 2012 season. The American confirmed his decision on the eve of this year’s United States Grand Prix, the first of two races held in his home country
June 14th, 2012
Toyota drivers Alex Wurz, Anthony Davidson and Stephane Sarrazin believe the Le Mans rules balancing still favours diesel technology and that their team will be hard-pressed to challenge the Audis with its petrol hybrid – even when it does achieve the TS030′s full potential.
June 13th, 2012
Audi hybrid driver Allan McNish says he is wary of the threat Toyota poses in the Le Mans 24 Hours in spite of the fact that the Japanese manufacturer’s TS030 having not yet been raced. Toyota ran for the first time alongside rivals during the Le Mans test at the beginning of June and ended the day less than 1.5s off the pace of the three Audi R18s in front of it
June 12th, 2012
Michael Schumacher insists he will not lose faith in Mercedes despite suffering his fifth retirement of the season in Montreal. With the exception of Barcelona, where he crashed into the rear of Bruno Senna’s Williams, Schumacher’s four other retirements have all been caused by technical problems – the latest coming when his DRS stuck open at Canada, for which team boss Ross Brawn later apologised to the seven-time champion
March 12th, 2012
Timo Glock says there is no point getting depressed about Marussia’s off-track troubles this year – and that he has tried to do everything he can to help improve the team’s situation. Marussia was unable to join any of the official pre-season tests because its MR01 failed its final crash test shortly before the last opportunity at Barcelona – so its only running was on two ‘filming’ days at Silverstone last week
March 12th, 2012
Timo Glock: “I couldn’t wait to try the MR01 for the first time last Monday. Even though it wasn’t in representative conditions, it has been a long wait to get my hands on a car that I’m hoping will be a good step forward from the past two seasons.
February 6th, 2012
British Touring Car driver Tom Onslow-Cole is aiming to stay in the series this season, despite Arena Motorsport’s move into the World Touring Car Championship. Onslow-Cole won four races with Arena in 2010 before switching to the AmD Milltek Volkswagen squad last season. He returned to Arena mid-way through the year, but will not be part of Arena’s WTCC attack
February 2nd, 2012
Lewis Hamilton is eager to sort out his future with McLaren early in the 2012 campaign so that speculation about his plans does not overshadow what he hopes is a world championship winning campaign. The Briton is out of contract at the end of this year and, while it is likely he will remain at McLaren, there have been frequent rumours about a potential switch to Red Bull Racing ever since he held a secret meeting with Christian Horner at last year’s Canadian Grand Prix.
November 19th, 2011
Dale Earnhardt Jr topped the first practice session of the weekend for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup season finale at Homestead, ahead of title contender Carl Edwards. Hendrick Motorsports driver Earnhardt set the fastest time of the 90-minute session on his first lap on Saturday, after all Cup on-track activities were cancelled on Friday due to rain. Earnhardt’s best lap just edged Chase leader Edwards on a green track following Friday night’s rain