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March 2nd, 2013
Adrian Sutil says he has nothing to prove against Force India team-mate Paul di Resta, having already shown he can beat the Scot. Di Resta was evenly-matched with highly-rated 2012 team-mate Nico Hulkenberg for most of last year, while Sutil spent the season on the sidelines having lost his seat.
January 18th, 2013
Craig Breen has become a factory driver in the European Rally Championship after being named as a member of the inaugural Peugeot Rally Academy. The 22-year-old Irishman won the Super 2000 World Rally Championship last year to add to his WRC Academy title in 2011, but was left on the sidelines as both the ERC and WRC kicked off during January. On Friday, however, Peugeot confirmed that Breen would contest eight ERC rounds in its new R5-spec 208, driving for a works team run by the French Sainteloc Racing squad
November 6th, 2012
The ROAL Motorsport BMW World Touring Car team will replace former Italian Superstars champion Alberto Cerqui with Kei Cozzolino for the final race of the season at Macau in two weeks time. Cozzolino has previous experience of the Guia circuit, having twice visited at the conclusion of race-winning campaigns in Japanese Formula 3
September 6th, 2012
Lotus stand-in Jerome d’Ambrosio says it is difficult to set any targets for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix. The Belgian has been called up to replace the banned Romain Grosjean for this weekend, but he only has one day of running in the Lotus E20 to his name. That outing came at May’s Mugello F1 test, in wet weather conditions
July 25th, 2012
Nico Hulkenberg believes he is now showing his real potential after shaking off the ‘rust’ that developed during his season on the sidelines in 2011. The German spent last year as Force India’s reserve driver, having lost his Williams race seat at the end of 2010. Hulkenberg then replaced Adrian Sutil in Force India’s race line-up for this season.
February 7th, 2012
Mark Webber says Red Bull recovered well from losing the first three hours of running on the opening day of Formula 1 winter testing when parts were late arriving.
December 26th, 2011
Karun Chandhok is hoping to dovetail a third driver role in Formula 1 next season with a sportscar campaign in the new World Endurance Championship. The Indian, who appeared nine times as a Friday driver for Team Lotus this year as well as racing in Germany, accepts that it is very unlikely he will land a full-time cockpit for 2012.
November 16th, 2011
Former BMW Sauber test driver Marko Asmer is hoping that a strong showing in the Macau Grand Prix will help resurrect his career, after spending almost three years on the sidelines.
September 23rd, 2011
A philosophical Jenson Button said he was focusing on the positives despite missing the majority of second practice after running wide at Turn 14 of the Singapore Marina Bay circuit. Button locked up and only narrowly avoided the wall at Turn 14 just before the session’s halfway point. He was initially able to select reverse, but the gear stopped working and Button’s car was stranded, forcing him to watch from the sidelines.
June 5th, 2011
Colin Edwards has been denied medical clearance to take part in today’s Catalunya Grand Prix. The Tech 3 Yamaha rider had hoped be might be allowed to take the start despite having only had a plate fitted to his broken collarbone in an operation in a Barcelona hospital yesterday. Edwards sustained the injury when he fell in Friday practice
October 10th, 2010
Nick Heidfeld felt he still had some way to go to fully reacclimatise to Formula 1 after narrowly missing out on a top 10 start in the Japanese Grand Prix. In his second event back with Sauber after a year on the sidelines, Heidfeld looked set to reach Q3 until Michael Schumacher’s late improvement in Q2 edged him back to 11th
October 1st, 2010
Paul di Resta will sit out practice for the Japanese Grand Prix once again, his Force India team confirmed on Friday.
September 22nd, 2010
Flavio Briatore has played down talk that he is looking at a return to Formula 1, despite speculation in recent months that he could be lined up to help promote the sport. The former Renault boss, who left the team in the wake of the controversy about fixing the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, insists he is happy watching the sport from the sidelines for now.
September 12th, 2010
Nick Heidfeld is on the verge of an early return to Formula 1 this season, AUTOSPORT has learned, with sources suggesting that he is close to a deal that could see him drive for Sauber from the Singapore Grand Prix. The German has been on the sidelines this year, having originally been test driver for Mercedes GP before recently assuming the development role for Pirelli. However, sources have suggested that Heidfeld is now close to agreeing a deal that could see him back in a race seat for the next event in Singapore.
August 27th, 2010
Daniel Lloyd is aiming to return to the British Touring Car Championship at Donington Park in September.
August 19th, 2010
Pedro de la Rosa thinks he is now driving better than he has ever done in his career – after insisting that three seasons out from F1 have not hurt his racing instincts.
August 11th, 2010
Ed Carpenter will rejoin the IndyCar Series for the remaining American oval events in a second Panther Racing entry run in collaboration with Vision Racing.
October 1st, 2009
Vitor Meira is confident he is back to full fitness after making his testing return at Indianapolis yesterday. The Brazilian sustained two broken vertebrae in a collision with Raphael Matos during this year’s Indy 500, and has been on the sidelines since.
August 31st, 2009
British Formula 3 team West-Tec has signed Frenchman Mathieu Maurage for the rounds at the new Algarve circuit in Portugal next month. The 18-year-old will join regular driver Max Snegirev for his F3 debut, having raced in the French-based Formule Academy series so far this season.