Massa: Important for us all to have a break

Aug.5 (Ferrari) Felipe Massa is back home in Brazil taking advantage of the three week break. The Ferrari driver reflects on recent results which have seen Ferrari back to race winning form and looks ahead...

Q&A with Cosworth GM Mark Gallagher

Aug.5 (Cosworth) Formula 1 engine builder Cosworth heads into the summer break buoyed by the performance of all four of its teams in yesterday’s Hungarian Grand Prix. Cosworth scored a 100% finish rate...

Heikki: We will be in the midfield in 2011

Aug.5 (Grand Prix 247) Heikki Kovalainen, the personable 28-year-old Finn, has known life at both ends of the F1 spectrum. He came from the architectural splendour of the Sir Norman Foster-designed McLaren...

FIA push ahead with 13th team selection

Aug.4 (GMM) F1's governing body is pushing ahead with the selection process to fill the final spot on the 2011 grid. Amid reports the FIA might prefer to keep the space open for now, F1 chief executive...

Sutil: Red Bull smarter than other teams

Aug.4 (GMM) According to Adrian Sutil, Red Bull is leading the pace with its 2010 car because the team is "smarter than everyone else". Although driving for the rival Force India team, and not enjoying the...

Alonso: We need to stay calm at all times

Aug.4 (Ferrari) Fernando Alonso is spending a few days at Maranello before setting out for his holiday break. The Ferrari driver took time off to reflect on the season so far and look ahead to the final...

Webber: Now for couple weeks of holiday!

Aug.4 (Grand Prix 247) In his 150th grand prix start, Mark won the Hungarian Grand Prix in emphatic style to retake the lead of the World Championship. It was his fourth win of 2010, which is two more than...

Big teams unhappy with holiday shutdown

Aug.4 (GMM) Norbert Haug has joined McLaren's Martin Whitmarsh in admitting he is not a big fan of the August shutdown. Due to a cost-reducing agreement between the teams, every outfit in pitlane must...
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Haug wants end to Schumacher bashing

Aug.4 (GMM) According to Mercedes chief Norbert Haug, a line should now be drawn underneath the recent criticisms of Michael Schumacher. With his detractors already questioning his competitive struggles...

Button: The car’s not quick enough

Aug.4 (GMM) Jenson Button insists his latest criticism of McLaren's 2010 car is "positive". The British team's group chairman Ron Dennis publicly scolded the reigning world champion and his teammate Lewis...
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FIA flexi-wing tests to affect most teams

Aug.4 (GMM) Almost every formula one team will need to beef up the rigidity of their front wings before the Belgian grand prix late this month. With the Red Bull and - to a lesser extent - the Ferrari...
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Video: Alonso interview post Hungarian GP

Aug.3 (Ferrari) With seven races left in the Formula 1 Championship Fernando Alonso asks the team to remain concentrated to fight race after race for the World...
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Red Bull TV: Coulthard on team orders

Aug.3 (Red Bull TV) We met up with David Coulthard in Budapest to talk with him about the Ferrari incident in Hockenheim and the team order issue in Formula One.
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Schumacher apologises for horrible move

Aug 2 (Grand Prix 247) - Michael Schumacher has apologised to Rubens Barrichello after their close call during the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. He said on his website that he agreed with the stewards'...
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Video: Montezemolo happy with Ferrari

Aug.3 (Ferrari) President Luca di Montezemolo spoke prior to the F1 holiday break: "It was a very busy July, which ended in a very nice way for us, especially when you look at where we are today, compared to...
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Video: Ferrari review Hungarian GP

Aug.3 (Ferrari) Team principal Stefano Domenicali: "Our aim today was to close down the gap to the leaders in both championships and that's exactly what we did. The situation is once again more open now, but...

Montezemolo: This is the Ferrari I like to see

Jul.3 (Ferrari) On the day after the Hungarian Grand Prix and following a long and in-depth debriefing this morning, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo gathered together all the staff of the team's...