June 2009

So Will The 3 New Teams Still Participate in 2010

June 29, 2009

Now that FOTA has prevailed and the budget cap has been scrapped for 2010 what will be the three new teams: Campos Grand Prix; Manor Grand Prix and Team USF1; position. It has been reported that at Team USF1 and Campos Grand Prix it is still full steam ahead neither team claiming that the budget […]

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Max It’s About F1 – Not You!!!!

June 26, 2009

Just when we thought all the drama around the FIA and FOTA split had been put to bed, Max Mosely threatens to go back on the agreement reached in Paris this week during the World Motor Sport Council meeting. Max is throwing a tantrum over reported statements made by FOTA members that he was replaced […]

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FIA Confirms 2010 F1 Teams

June 25, 2009

Following the settlement of the dispute between FOTA and the FIA, the FIA has confirmed all 10 of the existing Formula One Teams along with the 3 new entries for 2010 already announced.

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Formula One Wins

June 24, 2009

At the World Motorsport Council meeting in Paris today a deal was brokered between Max Mosely, Bernie Ecclestone and Luca di Montezemolo which ended the war between the FIA and FOTA and guaranteed a single F1 Championship going forward. While Mosely insisted that their were no losers in the battle between FOTA and the FIA, […]

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F1’s Big Guns Meet Tomorrow at FIA World Motorsport Council

June 23, 2009

Oh! how I would love to be a fly on the wall of tomorrows FIA’s World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) meeting in Paris. In attendance will be Max Mosely head of the FIA, Bernie Ecclestone Formula One’s commercial rights holder and representing FOTA Luca di Montezemelo FOTA’s chairman and President of Ferrari. How the WMSC […]

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Record Attendance at British Grand Prix – Will Bernie Rethink?

June 22, 2009

With Silverstone setting record attendance figures for the British Grand Prix of over 310,000 fans for the three days of this past weekend, will Bernie rethink moving the Grand Prix from Silverstone to Donnington Park. Definitiely the prospect of seeing Jenson Button winning his seventh race this season and having two British drivers to cheer […]

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Red Bull Racing Obliterate The Competition

June 21, 2009

Sebastian Vettel’s Pole setting run during qualifying for the British Grand Prix became even more impressive when the race fuel loads were published. Not only did Vettel beat everyone else very handily when he qualified P1, he was also carrying over four laps more fuel than his closest competitor Rubens Barrichello in the Brawn GP. […]

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British Grand Prix Qualifying – What happened to Lewis?

June 20, 2009

For the third straight race Lewis Hamilton failed to make it out of the first qualifying session and his team mate Heikki Kovalainen only just manage to squeeze into Q2 but made it no further. Lewis’s final qualifying lap was interrupted when Adrian Sutil in the Force India VJM02 had a heavy crash into the […]

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Will Red Bull upset Jenson Button’s Streak of Wins

June 20, 2009

Red Bull Racing were the class of the field during Qualifying at the British Grand Prix today. Both Red Bull drivers breaking the Silverstone track record during  the second period of qualifying. Initially it was Mark Webber to post the fastest lap and break the track record set by Michael Schumacher back in 2004, but […]

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FIA Bullying Continues

June 19, 2009

Max Mosely and the FIA continue their confrontational stance with FOTA. Today in response to FOTA’s decision to maintain the conditional nature of their entries for the F1 2010 Series the FIA annouced that it would begin legal proceedings to prevent FOTA from forming a break away championship series. Why can’t Mosely compromise , if […]

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British Grand Prix – Friday Practice

June 19, 2009

While not much can be predicted from the results of the first two F1 practice sessions it certainly appears that Red Bull Racing have made real improvement in their car with the new aero package. Both Red Bull Drivers ended up at the top of the time charts with Sebastian Vettel being fastest in Both […]

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