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May 8th, 2013
Formula 1 could not reintroduce mid-season testing without teams setting up separate test squads again, reckons McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale.
April 28th, 2013
Sunday’s Formula Renault 3.5 qualifying and race have been shortened due to an engine problem that was detected on Saturday.
March 27th, 2013
Dakar legend Stephane Peterhansel will remain with X-raid for the 2014 event.
March 22nd, 2013
Jean-Eric Vergne – 17th/15th: “I think this was a positive day, including the reliability front which is important.
March 8th, 2013
Williams believes there will be opportunities for it to win again in Formula 1 this year, especially in the early season races.
March 3rd, 2013
Kimi Raikkonen has no concerns over the reliability of his Lotus, despite losing a large chunk of the final day of Formula 1 testing at Barcelona to a gearbox problem.
February 25th, 2013
Pastor Maldonado says he and Williams are in the best shape they have been since they starting working together in Formula 1.
February 8th, 2013
Sebastian Vettel says he leaves the first winter Formula 1 test of 2013 feeling more comfortable with Red Bull’s reliability than he had 12 months earlier. The reigning world champion believes his team will be better prepared for its latest title defence after a relatively smooth start to its running with the RB9. Asked how his feelings compared to the same point in 2012, Vettel replied: “A little bit better, because I think last year we had some issues with the reliability
February 6th, 2013
Formula 1 teams are pushing for an early test of the 2014 V6 turbo engines, amid fears just three pre-season tests next year may not be enough. Under F1′s current test restrictions, the new engines will not be able to run in cars until next February – which means there would be just a few weeks to sort out any reliability gremlins before the first race of the season
February 6th, 2013
Lewis Hamilton’s first proper day of Formula 1 testing with Mercedes got off to a bad start on Wednesday when he crashed the team’s new W04. The Briton, who has joined the team from McLaren, had been third quickest in the morning when, after 15 laps, he ran off the track at the Dry Sack hairpin. Television footage of the incident showed he had locked up in the braking area of the corner, before skipping across the gravel trap and nosing into the barriers.
February 5th, 2013
Nico Hulkenberg believes that Sauber’s new Formula 1 car has maintained the high-speed strengths of its predecessor. The German had his first experience of the new C32 at Jerez on Tuesday, and said that first impressions had been encouraging.
February 5th, 2013
Nico Rosberg has faith that Mercedes has delivered a step forward with its new W04 , despite his running being cut short on the opening day of Formula 1 pre-season testing. The Brackley-based team was forced to abandon its efforts for the day after just 14 laps on Tuesday, because modifications to its wiring loom are needed overnight after an electrical problem stopped the car out on track. But although the reliability issue was a setback for Mercedes, Rosberg says early impressions of the car are encouraging
December 25th, 2012
Jenson Button is sure that McLaren’s early-summer slump was more damaging to its 2012 Formula 1 title bid than reliability or pitstop problems.
November 16th, 2012
Fernando Alonso expects an all-Red Bull front row for the United States Grand Prix – but does not believe that would be a death knell for his 2012 Formula 1 title hopes. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber appear to be in a class of their own at Austin, with the duo topping the times in second free practice . Although that has left Alonso resigned to starting behind the Red Bulls on the grid, he still has faith that Ferrari’s race strengths can help him overcome the speed deficit he is battling against
November 3rd, 2012
Mark Webber has declared that he will push to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for himself and is not thinking about stepping aside for title-chasing Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel. Webber outqualified Vettel to take third on the Yas Marina grid . The Australian’s title hopes are extremely remote now that he trails leader Vettel by 73 points with only 75 still available, whereas Vettel is 13 points ahead of rival Fernando Alonso at the head of the standings
October 28th, 2012
Red Bull still needs to deliver three ‘perfect’ race weekends if it is going to pull off another world championship title according to team principal Christian Horner, despite the team’s recent run of dominance. Horner, who has watched Sebastian Vettel win the last four grands prix and build a 13-point advantage over his nearest title rival Fernando Alonso, insists the outfit must not take it for granted that its record-breaking run of form will continue to the end of the season. “We certainly cannot afford to be complacent because Fernando Alonso keeps turning up,” explained Horner, after Vettel and Mark Webber delivered a one-three finish in the Indian Grand Prix
October 27th, 2012
McLaren is not shying away from its need to conquer the reliability issues that derailed its world championship bid, but insists there is no single explanation for its recent run of trouble. With Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button having suffered reliability issues at the last four events, McLaren is left with only a slim chance of now beating favourite Red Bull to the crown.
October 16th, 2012
British Touring Car racer Tony Gilham plans to field two Vauxhall Insignias and a Honda Civic in the championship next season. Gilham has run a number of drivers in his S2000 Civic under the Team Hard banner in 2012 and has also raced Thorney Motorsport’s NGTC Vauxhall Insignia. He has now acquired the Insignia and a second example, which is currently in build
October 7th, 2012
A clutch problem at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix cost Paul di Resta a chance of joining Force India team-mate Nico Hulkenberg in the points at Suzuka. The Scot, who started ahead of Hulkenberg on the grid in 11th, finished the race 12th, having dropped to 15th on the first lap . The German meanwhile moved up from 15th to finish seventh in the race
September 21st, 2012
Renault has no plans to change its alternator supplier, despite the reliability problems that have marred its season. The double failure that Sebastian Vettel suffered over the Italian Grand Prix weekend prompted comments from Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz in the German media that Renault should ditch current supplier Magneti Marelli.