Posts Tagged ‘cars’

Comments Off on Brawn tips Mercedes to remain ‘strong’ in 2017

Ross Brawn believes his former Mercedes Formula One team will have prepared well for 2017’s radical regulation changes and expects the triple world champions to remain at the sharpest end of the grid. Next year will see the introduction of wider and faster F1 cars, with series bosses keen to shake up the pecking order […]

Comments Off on PH Sport to stay with the current cars.

A new category may be formed from next year. PH Sport, which had begun as a Citroen Junior Team in 2008, runs the Citroen DS3 cars this year. While the FIA does not allow the current-spec cars to be run in next year’s main class, the idea of a separate category for them has been brought […]

Comments Off on Every top WRC driver is interested in Citroen.

Citroen team boss Yves Matton said almost every top WRC driver would be interested in joining his team next year, and confirmed meeting with several managers during Rally Finland. Citroen, WRC’s most successful team of the past decade with Sebastien Loeb, lost its dominant status to Volkswagen in the past four years. The French team has […]

Pirelli avoids ‘cliff’ with 2016 F1 tyres.

Posted: 26th February 2016 by admin in Formula 1
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Despite suggesting that it would try to re-introduce the dreaded ‘cliff’ when it came to the degradation of its 2016 F1 tyres, Pirelli admitted during this week’s four-day pre-season test in Barcelona that it expects wear rates to be more gradual. Data from the test, which saw all eleven teams in action and ten with […]

Citroën commits to wrc future.

Posted: 19th November 2015 by admin in WRC, WTCC
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This morning, Citroën CEO Linda Jackson confirmed the decision to concentrate all the firm’s sporting efforts on the WRC, along with plans to make a fresh start in the sport it dominated between 2004 and 2012. “With eight world titles and a record 94 wins, Citroën has certainly enjoyed unrivalled success in the WRC,” said […]