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October 6th, 2012
Pirelli plans a further shake-up of its tyres for 2013 in a bid to keep the racing exciting – but has promised to make life easier for the teams. Following its most recent testing at Barcelona, Pirelli believes the best way of spicing things up for next year is to make revisions to both the compound and construction of its rubber
July 7th, 2012
Sebastian Vettel fears the British Grand Prix will be a big lottery if the conditions remain the same for the race as in Saturday’s qualifying. The grid-deciding session had to be red-flagged because of the torrential rain, and Vettel finished in fourth position once it was resumed
January 16th, 2012
Formula 1′s DRS rules will remain unchanged in 2012, AUTOSPORT has learned, but the FIA plans to tweak the overtaking zones on the back of the experience of last year. The Drag Reduction System was introduced at the start of 2011 as a means of helping overtaking – with drivers allowed to use the straightline speed boost at designated spots on the track if they get within one second of the car ahead of them at a set point
October 13th, 2011
Sebastian Vettel says he and Red Bull will still put pressure on themselves to do the best possible job despite having wrapped up the drivers’ championship in the previous race. The German clinched his second title in a row at Suzuka last weekend, while Red Bull looks set to secure the constructors’ crown this weekend in Korea
September 5th, 2011
Sauber is confident that it has the infrastructure and staffing levels it needs to keep making progress in Formula 1, amid suggestions it still has the best windtunnel in grand prix racing.
May 20th, 2011
The FIA is in talks with Ferrari to discuss whether or not the team can continue to use its new rear wing for the remainder of the Spanish Grand Prix weekend. The revised rear wing that ran in Friday practice features a higher than normal Gurney-flap on the rear – which Ferrari has managed to introduce through an interpretation of the slot-gap separator regulations. FIA technical delegate Charlie Whiting said on Friday that the governing body was looking into the wing design – and would decide before final practice whether it thinks the concept is legal
May 6th, 2011
Michael Schumacher has labelled this year’s Formula 1 rules a “mega success” – as he reckons they have not only been good for fans but they are also fairer for drivers. Although the high number of overtaking moves in the early races has been questioned in some quarters, Schumacher has no doubts about what he thinks of the DRS and impact of Pirelli tyres
February 5th, 2011
Alexander Rossi will move up from GP3 to Formula Renault 3.5 with Fortec this season. The 19-year-old American already has FR3.5 from a one-off outing in Monte Carlo last year – where he qualified fifth – and from winter testing, where he was a pacesetter with the ISR team. “Coming off the back of a number of very strong winter tests in 2010, I was confident that we would be able to find a good solution for the 2011 season,” said Rossi, who was fourth in the inaugural GP3 championship last year.
January 28th, 2011
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December 9th, 2010
Vitaly Petrov is the re-branded Lotus Renault team’s first choice to partner Robert Kubica next season, but he must convince the team that he has the focus to perform consistently in 2011, according to team co-owner Gerard Lopez. The 26-year-old Russian is set to re-sign for a second season with the team after scoring 27 points during his rookie year. But Lopez believes that he must still demonstrate that he has what it takes to deliver results every weekend.
December 1st, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — IndyCar officials have modified the Team Enhancement and Allocation Matrix for the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series season. Though the financial guarantee to fulltime IZOD IndyCar Series teams will remain the same as it was in 2010, the program will be limited to the top 22 entrants in the final IZOD IndyCar Series entrant points from the 2010 season.