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November 19th, 2012
Newly-crowned World Touring Car champion Rob Huff admitted he felt ‘horrific’ in the lead-up to his title-clinching race in Macau after crashing out of the lead of race one.
September 30th, 2012
Pol Espargaro claimed his third win of the season on home spoil after a scintillating three-way battle with Moto2 championship rivals Marc Marquez and Andrea Iannone. The trio had been part of a larger group before gradually easing away in the closing stages, their battle building into a thrilling climax. On lap 16 alone Marquez traded position with Iannone five times in as many corners, with the Italian eventually coming out in front
September 5th, 2012
Lotus has confirmed that it will not race its double DRS device until Suzuka at the earliest. The Enstone-based outfit had planned to debut the device at Spa, but was prevented from doing so by the Friday washout
June 3rd, 2012
Maverick Vinales captured his second Moto3 victory of the season with a superb breakaway ride at Catalunya, cutting Sandro Cortese’s championship lead to just seven points. The Avintia FTR-Honda rider led a string of seven riders all fighting for first for the opening half of the race, with only 1.2 seconds covering the group at the halfway mark.
February 8th, 2012
McLaren thinks it has delivered Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button the car they need at this stage of the season. With the outfit having openly declared that it was vital to avoid a repeat of the testing troubles that blighted the build-up to its 2011 campaign, McLaren is quietly upbeat about the platform it has given itself. In an exclusive interview with AUTOSPORT , McLaren technical director Paddy Lowe said that the fact that Button has already been so positive about the car is a good indication that there will be no repeat of the testing nightmares of last year.
November 13th, 2011
Vitantonio Liuzzi – 20th: “The car was suffering from the same balance problems as yesterday. The team worked on the issue all night to try and fix it but, unfortunately, the car wasn’t perfectly balanced today.
July 10th, 2011
Paul Hembery: “Congratulations to Ferrari and Fernando Alonso on a fantastic race, 60 years after our first win with Ferrari at Silverstone.
June 18th, 2011
Luca Filippi topped a thrilling opening practice session for the third round of the Auto GP season at Brno, which saw three drivers trading fastest laps until the very end.
April 17th, 2011
Paul Hembery: “The races just seem to keep on getting better and better this year! I think nobody watching really knew how it was going to finish until the very end, which is exactly what we wanted to achieve when we started our Formula One project.
March 15th, 2011
Sauber’s technical director James Key says his team has been “honest” about its pace during winter testing, not running with low fuel loads until the very end. The Swiss squad showed strong form during testing, in similar style to last year, where it was also fast during testing, but then failed to repeat the feat when the racing began. That has led some to believe the team has been running with small amounts of fuel during testing, but Key insists their pace is genuine
November 17th, 2010
Lewis Hamilton believes McLaren will be in a much stronger position as it prepares for 2011 now that his team-mate Jenson Button has been working with the squad for a full year and can get fully involved in winter development. The 2008 champion hailed the contribution that Button had made since joining McLaren from Brawn as the reigning title-holder at the start of this season, and thinks he will be able to provide even more direction now he has a whole year of McLaren experience behind him. “Jenson’s arrival made us a stronger team and I think our joint input helped us to stay in the hunt until the very end,” said Hamilton in an interview for his official website
November 14th, 2010
Sebastian Vettel said he did not know he had won the world championship until he crossed the line at the end of the race in Abu Dhabi. Formula 1′s youngest-ever world champion was in a position to clinch the title from early on in the race, when Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber slipped down the order. But he says his Red Bull team kept him in the dark about the scenario until the very end to make sure he concentrated on winning the race
November 10th, 2010
Lewis Hamilton says he can go flat-out in this weekend’s Formula 1 title decider in Abu Dhabi with no pressure on his shoulders now that his championship hopes were looking remote. The result in Brazil, where Hamilton could only finish fourth, left him 24 points behind championship leader Fernando Alonso
November 7th, 2010
Nico Hulkenberg declared himself happy with his eight-place finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, despite having started from pole position. The Williams driver clinched a shock maiden pole on Saturday, but was unable to stay with the leaders in the race, dropping down the order quickly.
October 28th, 2010
World champion Jenson Button says he will fight for this year’s championship until the very end, even if his title chances are all but over.
October 13th, 2010
Lewis Hamilton says he is not ready to rule out his chance of winning the world championship, despite lying 28 points behind title leader Mark Webber with three races remaining. The McLaren driver is looking to the dramatic late turnaround of the 2007 title run-in, a period when his own title hopes were dashed, for inspiration.
October 10th, 2010
Nick Heidfeld – 11th: “I was obviously very close to making it into the top ten – literally in the last second Michael (Schumacher) went faster and kicked me out of Q3. In Q1 I had some problems with traffic on the track, but on my last run in Q2 I had a clear lap.
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