Archive for April, 2011

Comments Off on FIA considering tweak to running order

The FIA is considering a change of regulation ahead of the next round of the World Rally Championship to reverse the running order on rallies. The top 15 crews after day one of world rallies were reversed until the end of the event, before a regulation change at the start of 2008, which meant the […]

Nurburgring at risk?

Posted: 22nd April 2011 by admin in Formula 1
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Comments Off on Nurburgring at risk?

Could political changes affect F1 at the Nurburgring? A new political alliance in Germany could put the future of F1 at the Nurburgring at risk according to news reports in the German press. The Nurburgring currently alternates hosting of the German Grand Prix with Hockenheim after the European Grand Prix moved to the streets of […]

Comments Off on We demand that Ferrari’s level improves

Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo is acknowledging that the three weeks of work between the Chinese and Turkish Grands Prix are of critical importance to the company. After the trio of season-opening ‘flyaway’ races, the former Champions lie third overall but more than a 1-2 finish points equivalent behind leaders Red Bull. “This cannot and […]

Comments Off on RBR remains wary of Ferrari and McLaren

Red Bull Racing says it remains wary of the form of rivals McLaren and Ferrari, despite having delivered its second victory of the season in Malaysia. Sebastian Vettel has taken pole position and the win at the first two races of the year, with his team having emerged as the outfit to beat. But despite […]

Comments Off on Schumi: We just don’t have the pace

Michael Schumacher says there was nothing wrong with his Mercedes W02 in Sepang, well, except for the fact that it’s just too slow. The German had an interesting race on Sunday, where he was involved in several battles with his rivals. In the end, he finished P9, scoring Mercedes GP’s first points of the 2011 […]