Silverstone: Button?s home, Barrichello?s track? (British Grand Prix preview)

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Rubens Barrichello needs to do something ?ǣ anything ?ǣ to stop 2009 turning into a repeat of those six long seasons spent in Michael Schumacher?s shadow. Seven races into this year?s championship, Button has won six times and Barrichello?s points total is barely more than half his British team mate?s. Button can expect an enthusiastic … Continue reading Silverstone: Button?s home, Barrichello?s track? (British Grand Prix preview)

Minibus takes on Coulthard’s F1 car in Peru, loses (Pictures and video)

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David Coulthard won’t be competing in his home Grand Prix this race for the first time in 16 years. But he still gets to take F1 cars for a spin every now and then. Yesterday he demonstrated a Red Bull show car in Lima, the capital city of Peru. Here’s some pictures and video from … Continue reading Minibus takes on Coulthard’s F1 car in Peru, loses (Pictures and video)

Join me and other F1 Fanatics at the British GP this weekend (Update)

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Follow F1 Fanatic on Twitter for the latest updates from the British Grand Prix this weekend There’s been a big response to our plans for a Silverstone Meet & Greet on the forum and on Facebook. So far it looks like there could be around 100 of us heading to Silverstone for the Grand Prix … Continue reading Join me and other F1 Fanatics at the British GP this weekend (Update)

Wurz, Brabham and Gene win the Le Mans 24 Hours for Peugeot

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Peugeot’s squad of three former F1 drivers claimed overall victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Alexander Wurz, David Brabham and Marc Gene led home a Peugeot one-two. The French team resisted the temptation to swap the running order of its leading cars and promote the second-placed all-French (and all-F1) car of Sebastien Bourdais, Franck … Continue reading Wurz, Brabham and Gene win the Le Mans 24 Hours for Peugeot

FOTA claims to support the fans – but do the fans support FOTA? (Poll)

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In a press conference before the start of today’s Le Mans 24 Hours, Ferrari president and FOTA boss Luca di Montezemolo said: In a couple of years the problem with Formula 1 will be solved – as I really hope, with a responsible FIA, as we want, or, as happens in other sports, organising our … Continue reading FOTA claims to support the fans – but do the fans support FOTA? (Poll)

FIA and FOTA remain deadlocked on F1 governance and budget cap

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Now the dust has settled following a day of remarkable developments we can understand why the two sides in the FIA-FOTA row remain deadlocked. The two sides have moved closer together on the matter of how deep cost cuts must be. But FOTA’s demand for reform of how F1 is governed has received no recognition … Continue reading FIA and FOTA remain deadlocked on F1 governance and budget cap

2010 F1 teams list to be announced (Update: FIA has revealed list)

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Today the FIA is due to finally announce its F1 teams entry list for 2010 – the consequences of which could be far-reaching for Formula 1. There have been signs in recent days that Max Mosley and the eight remaining teams represented by FOTA might be close to a compromise solution. The list published by … Continue reading 2010 F1 teams list to be announced (Update: FIA has revealed list)

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