August 23rd, 2013
TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Andrew GREEN (Force India), Nick CHESTER (Lotus), Jean-Michel JALINIER (Renault Sport), Tom McCULLOUGH (Sauber), Pat SYMONDS (Williams), James Key (Toro Rosso) PRESS CONFERENCE James, if I could start with you. I want to talk about the engineering challenges today, of developing new technologies, such as we have for 2014, but in a resource-restricted environment in Formula One, as we have at the moment.
July 16th, 2013
Force India will give GP2 racer James Calado a test at Silverstone this week, ahead of possible Formula 1 free practice outings later in the season. The Briton, who has already carried out straightline test duties for the team and currently sits fifth in the GP2 standings, will share the test with Force India’s two race drivers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil
July 15th, 2013
Paddy Lowe has rubbished suggestions that the Mercedes team has too many technical directors. Although critics have questioned whether or not Mercedes’ efforts are being compromised by a structure that boasts Bob Bell, Aldo Costa, and Geoff Willis working under Ross Brawn, Lowe says his initial impressions are positive
July 2nd, 2013
Mercedes has instructed new recruit Paddy Lowe to focus his efforts on improving the team’s 2013 Formula 1 car as it steps up its push for the world championship. On the back of its second victory in three races, and indications that it has made a big step forward in understanding the tyres, Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn has revealed that Lowe’s priority in his role as executive director (technical ) is to drive forward the development of the W04
June 27th, 2013
Nico Rosberg believes being banned from the young driver test as a punishment for its illegal tyre test will hurt the Mercedes team’s development programme. Mercedes was found guilty of breaking Formula 1′s test ban last week and was barred from next month’s three-day test at Silverstone as a result.
August 10th, 2010
Let’s rewind to the 2009 Knoxville Nationals. One of the great stories that emerged from the week of some of the greatest sprint-car racing in the world despite the weather issues was Oklahoma native Shane Stewart. Stewart, who was well on his way to winning his first American Sprint Car Series championship, qualified well on night one, ran into issues in his heat, qualified for the feature with a solid run in the B main and battled his way to a strong finish in the feature