Barrichello needs a big result on home ground (Brazilian Grand Prix preview)

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If the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend is half as exciting as the one we had last year, it’ll be a race to remember. Although we’re unlikely to see an exciting conclusion to the championship on Sunday, anyone rooting for a down-to-the-wire title battle will be hoping for a home win for Rubens Barrichello or … Continue reading Barrichello needs a big result on home ground (Brazilian Grand Prix preview)

Kamui Kobayashi to substitute for injured Timo Glock at Toyota in Brazil

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Kamui Kobayashi will make his F1 debut in the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos next week for Toyota. The Japanese driver will substitute for Timo Glock who was injured during qualifying at Suzuka one week ago. Glock has discovered his injuries were more serious than first thought. In addition to his badly cut leg the … Continue reading Kamui Kobayashi to substitute for injured Timo Glock at Toyota in Brazil

Australian GP hit by sponsor withdrawals

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Several major F1 sponsors have cut their spending on the opening round of the season in Australia, facing its promoters with the prospect of losing significant amounts of money. According to the Herald Sun BMW has axed its ??450,000 (??507,000) corporate hospitality budget for the race, joining Foster’s in cutting its spending on the race. … Continue reading Australian GP hit by sponsor withdrawals