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February 19th, 2013
Williams technical director Mike Coughlan is certain that the vane in the FW35′s exhaust outlet is legal despite similarities to a controversial part on the Caterham. The Caterham CT03 features a vane that some rival outfits – and Coughlan – believe to be illegal even though the team itself is adamant it is permitted
February 7th, 2013
Mercedes has recovered from its difficult start to the Jerez Formula 1 test thanks to a successful third day of running, according to Nico Rosberg. The German completed 148 laps on Thursday and ended up second fastest behind Felipe Massa. This followed two days during which Mercedes managed just 29 laps after Rosberg was sidelined by an electrical problem on Tuesday and Lewis Hamilton crashed on Wednesday following a rear braking problem
May 1st, 2012
Red Bull Racing must make the most of this week’s test at Mugello to push on with improvements to its car if it is to keep fighting for wins, reckons Mark Webber. Even though Sebastian Vettel took victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix, Webber thinks that the evidence of the first four races points to just how much work Red Bull Racing needs to get through if it is to get itself back to the kind of form that helped it dominate last year
April 16th, 2012
Red Bull will decide in the next few days whether to continue with different exhaust strategies for its drivers at this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix, after Sebastian Vettel reverted to an older design in China. The reigning world champion feels more comfortable with the previous exhaust layout on the RB8, even though the team’s data shows that the new design that Mark Webber uses is better in terms of overall laptime
November 21st, 2011
Rubens Barrichello is confident that Williams will be in much better shape for the 2012 season after its recent engineering reshuffle. Erstwhile technical director Sam Michael has moved to McLaren, with new arrivals Mark Gillan and Mike Coughlan leading a reorganised design and engineering team at Williams.
October 31st, 2011
Red Bull Racing has faith that Sebastian Vettel is not taking too many risks in his pursuit of fastest laps – even though the team admits it does not like the world champion pushing so hard for the accolade. Vettel set the fastest lap of the Indian Grand Prix right at the very end of the race – just a fortnight after telling his bosses that he would not push for such a feat again. Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner said that the team was not in favour of the pursuit of fastest laps, but reckoned that Vettel was intelligent enough not to throw away a race result to chase them.
February 25th, 2011
Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn says the W02′s problems have been exacerbated by short-notice changes made to resolve a cooling issue. But he remains adamant that the definitive 2011 package that will be ready for the final test will both tackle this problem and bring Mercedes fully up to speed.
January 25th, 2011
The Hispania Racing team is hoping to be able to run its new car in the final test of the pre-season in Bahrain, ahead of the start of the 2011 season. The team said on Tuesday that it will start winter testing with last year’s car, with the hope that it can have its new challenger ready for the Bahrain test on 3 March, ten days ahead of the start of the season there
October 2nd, 2010
Sebastien Loeb has taken another step closer to the World Rally title after his last remaining rival Sebastien Ogier retired from day two of the Rally of France with a broken damper. Although Ogier was still in mathematical contention for the championship, he was always highly unlikely to beat Citroen team leader Loeb to the crown, not just because he was 43 points behind with only three rallies left, but because he declared he would treat France as a learning experience and had no intention of pushing for victory. Ogier was running third in France until his Citroen Junior C4 developed the suspension issue on SS13 today.
September 6th, 2010
Robert Kubica sees no reason why Renault cannot maintain its return to form in the Italian Grand Prix – even though the team has not yet decided on its F-duct plans for the weekend. The Pole finished on the podium in Belgium a fortnight ago – and the whole team acknowledged that that result was helped by the introduction of its F-duct for the first time this season.
September 27th, 2009
Allan McNish believes the Petit Le Mans was still a valuable experience for Audi even though the team lost out to Peugeot – the first time Audi had been defeated in the Road Atlanta classic since it first entered the race in 2000. The Scot led the race in the wet at first, but had a spin under yellow and fell back to third just before the torrential rain that forced the race to be abandon set in. Audi has only contested the Sebring 12 Hours, Le Mans 24 Hours and Petit Le Mans this year, and while McNish was frustrated to lose the race, he said Audi had gained a lot that would be useful for 2010.