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December 16th, 2012
The failure of Formula 1′s ‘new’ teams to break into the top 10 over the past three seasons reflects well on the sport according to Marussia boss Graeme Lowdon. Marussia, Caterham and HRT came into F1 – in various different guises – at the start of 2010 , but none have scored a point in the 58 grands prix which have followed. Rather than that being detrimental, Lowdon believes the collective failure to break the top 10 validates just how advanced F1 is as a sport
November 12th, 2012
Kevin Harvick and Richard Childress have all but confirmed they will not continue to work together beyond 2013, following reports of Harvick’s departure to Stewart-Haas Racing for 2014. On Sunday Harvick ended a 44-race winless streak for him and Richard Childress Racing with a hard fought victory at Phoenix. Victory came just a few days after rumours that he could be on the verge of a leaving a team for which he has competed for nearly 12 years.
October 2nd, 2012
Nicky Hayden has admitted he is confused by his former team-mate Casey Stoner’s decision to retire from MotoGP . Reigning world champion Stoner announced in May that 2012 would be his last season in the sport
September 14th, 2012
Mike Conway has withdrawn from this weekend’s IndyCar season finale at Fontana after deciding that he no longer wishes to compete on ovals. The Briton, who will be replaced by Wade Cunningham, acknowledged that his decision was difficult for both himself and for his AJ Foyt Racing team, but insists that he does not consider it the end of his career.
September 6th, 2012
GP3 racer Tamas Pal Kiss will make his Formula Renault 3.5 debut at his home race in Hungary for BVM Target. Kiss, who sits 12th in the GP3 standings heading into this weekend’s Monza finale, will take the team’s second car at the Hungaroring. BVM has already run Giovanni Venturini, Sergey Sirotkin and Daniel Zampieri alongside Nikolay Martsenko this year.
April 12th, 2012
William Buller will join the Carlin team for this year’s GP3 series, completing the British squad’s line-up. The 19-year-old Northern Irishman had completed several GP3 tests with Carlin before securing the drive for 2012. In yesterday’s test at Silverstone he was fifth quickest overall
March 10th, 2012
Marc Marquez has returned to testing action for the first time since the Sepang crash that left him with vision problems last October.
March 9th, 2012
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he is close to finalising a contract for the Valencia and Barcelona races to alternate on the calendar from next year – meaning Spain will have just one race from 2013. After months of speculation about the future of the Valencia Grand Prix, Ecclestone revealed that that event and Spanish GP organisers have agreed to share the race from next year. In an interview with Spanish radio station Cadena Ser , Ecclestone said that he was now working on sorting out dates going forward.
February 7th, 2012
The organisers of this week’s Rally Sweden have confirmed there will be international television coverage of the event. Event CEO Glenn Olsson concluded a deal on Tuesday afternoon to ensure that the second round of the World Rally Championship will be filmed with footage available across the world. Motors TV is expected to screen the footage in the UK, with nightly reports and a round-up on Sunday afternoon.
November 7th, 2011
Moto2 champion Stefan Bradl will make his MotoGP debut this week when he joins the LCR team for the post-season test at Valencia. The German will ride the Honda RC212V from the team, which said it will announce its riders for the 2012 season in the upcoming days. LCR confirmed on Sunday that Spaniard Toni Elias will leave the team, with Bradl and Randy de Puniet believed to be among the candidates for the ride
November 1st, 2011
Marcus Ericsson will stay with iSport for the 2012 GP2 season, and the non-championship finale in Abu Dhabi later this month, the team has confirmed.
July 30th, 2011
Formula 1 teams will have to accept Bernie Ecclestone’s decision to put some races on pay television only next year, AUTOSPORT has learned, with there being no protection in the Concorde Agreement against taking it off free-to-air viewing. Although it had been widely believed there were clauses in the Concorde Agreement which prevented Ecclestone taking the sport off free-to-air television, it has been revealed that the wording of the deal does not stop him activating the kind of share deal that has been put in place with the BBC and Sky. High level sources have revealed that the wording of an Appendix in the Concorde Agreement relating to the broadcasting of the sport states: “The Commercial Rights Holder may not permit Formula 1 events to be shown only by pay television in a country with a significant audience if it would materially adversely affect audience reach in that country.” As well as Ecclestone’s deal ensuring that not all the races are shown ‘only’ on pay television, there would be no way of challenging the move to Sky as potentially ‘adversely’ affecting the audience ahead of the move happening.
July 7th, 2011
The NASCAR Nationwide Series will run for the first time at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next year as a support race for the Brickyard 400.
June 25th, 2011
Dorna has signed a five-year extension of its commercial rights deal with MotoGP, taking the partnership through to the end of 2016. The organisation has held the rights to the motorcycle world championship since 1992
June 3rd, 2011
Jay Howard will get an additional IndyCar outing with Sam Schmidt Motorsports and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing at Texas next weekend. The Briton drove for the Schmidt/Rahal partnership at Indianapolis, where a strong month was ended by a crash in the pit exit when a wheel came loose following a tyre change.
April 3rd, 2011
Nicky Hayden admitted that there was no way he would have been able to take a podium finish in the dry at Jerez, as he praised his Ducati’s performance in the wet Spanish Grand Prix. The American had only qualified 11th, but got up to third during the wettest part of the race
November 29th, 2010
Campos Racing will join the Auto GP field next year after signing an agreement with the series, it was announced on Monday. The Spanish squad, which had gained an entry to join Formula 1 this year before Adrian Campos was forced to sell it to Hispania owner Jose Ramon Carabante, will line up two cars on next year’s grid
November 5th, 2010
Frank Wrathall will step up to the British Touring Car Championship next year with his family-run Dynojet squad. The Ginetta G50 champion will race a Toyota Avensis built to 2011′s new low-cost NGTC technical regulations. The team has not confirmed whether the car will be powered by a Toyota-based engine or the TOCA unit.
September 30th, 2010
Richard Branson has confirmed that he will continue to support the Virgin Racing team in 2011 – and is ready to accept less branding on the car so the outfit can give more space to other sponsors. The entrepreneur began his tie-up with the outfit from the start of this season, having entered Formula 1 as a sponsor of the title-winning Brawn GP team in 2009
September 17th, 2010
Renault F1 chairman Gerard Lopez says Kimi Raikkonen’s approach to the team will not sway it from making a decision on its 2011 line-up based on what makes most sense commercially. Although the signing of a former world champion would be a big boost to Renault’s aspirations of fighting for the title next year, Lopez says that the outfit will not be blinded by the prospects of being able to lure a star name like Raikkonen back to F1