July 26th, 2015
Koiranen GP driver Jimmy Eriksson has lost his GP3 podium from race two at the Hungaroring after picking up a five-second penalty for exceeding track limits. Eriksson, who was embroiled in a battle with his team-mate Matt Parry for the majority of the race, left the track at Turns 6 and 7 and gained an advantage over Trident driver Luca Ghiotto according to the stewards enquiry. The penalty demotes Eriksson to sixth, from what would have been only his second podium appearance of the season, behind ART Grand Prix driver Marvin Kirchhofer and moves team-mate Parry up into the final podium place in third. Arden International driver Aleksander Bosak and Campos Racing’s Samin Gomez also picked up penalties. Bosak was penalised for his collision with Arthur Janosz at Turn 4 [...]
August 22nd, 2012
Nico Hulkenberg believes Force India has the potential to beat race-winners Williams in constructors’ championship this year – and has not ruled out overhauling Sauber either. Although Force India had a slow start to the season, the team has made good progress with its VJM05 car since then – with both Hulkenberg and team-mate Paul di Resta showing strong potential at numerous races. Force India is only seven points behind Williams in the team standings and Hulkenberg thinks that further development progress can help lift it past its Grove-based rivals
November 9th, 2010
BRAZILIAN TURNS: Sebastian Vettel leads the field through the opening turns of the Brazilian Grand Prix Sunday afternoon. (Steve Etherington Photo) SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Armed bandits failed to hijack Jenson Button’s car on Saturday evening. Button and three others were riding in a bullet-proof Mercedes driven by a police-trained driver.
September 20th, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — While the results of all 19 races will determines who wins the crown, every lap is crucial now as Mark Webber’s four opponents try to oust him from the top of the points table in the final five events. “The Singapore Grand Prix will…give us a clearer idea of the destiny of the world championship,” said McLaren’s Jenson Button.
September 14th, 2010
MONZA, Italy — Next year’s F-1 schedule consists of a record 20 races and runs from mid March until the end of November. All 19 events this season are retained and India joins, although it remains tentative until the new circuit passes the FIA inspection. Much to the resentment of those who do all the hard work on the F-1 trail — the mechanics and the hospitality staff — Monaco is, as it was this year, on the weekend following the Spanish race.
August 9th, 2010
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Michael Schumacher would have been blackflagged and disqualified for dangerous driving during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
August 21st, 2009
TEAM PRINCIPALS: Ross BRAWN (Brawn GP), Flavio BRIATORE (Renault), Mario THEISSEN (BMW Sauber), Martin WHITMARSH (McLaren Mercedes) PRESS CONFERENCE Q: To start with a couple of questions to you all.