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The comeback of the century turns ugly

Aug.11 (Michael Johnsson) This Formula 1 season began with great anticipation regarding the comeback of Michael Schumacher, a seven-time world driving champion, after a three-season hiatus. It reaches the...
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The Slipstream: Seeing Red

Aug.11 (Geoffrey Hunton) Hello and welcome back to the Slipstream.  With the entire F1 circus on lockdown for the next few weeks, it seems that there will not be a lack of things to discuss once the teams...

Former F1 star Montoya wins Watkins Glen

Aug.10 (Nascar) Welcome, Juan Pablo Montoya, to the Chip Ganassi party. Saving his best for the end of Sunday’s Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen, Montoya pulled away from Marcos Ambrose and...

Senna: I want to stay in Formula 1 in 2011

Aug.10 (GMM) Bruno Senna is confident he will not fall off the formula one grid after a single season. Amid a difficult debut campaign with the struggling Spanish team HRT, the Brazilian 26-year-old sat...
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Villeneuve: Possible our F1 project is the best

Aug.10 (GMM) Jacques Villeneuve has admitted that his efforts to establish a new formula one team in 2011 may be shot down by the FIA. The 1997 world champion is collaborating with the Italian former...

Sutil confident ahead of Spa and Monza

Aug.10 (GMM) Force India is unlikely to repeat its shock 2009 feats of pole position and a podium when it returns to Spa-Francorchamps in just over two weeks, but are aiming for a significant points...

Keeping Jenson Button fit for Formula 1

Aug.8 (McLaren) Racing at high speed with heavy g-loadings for up to two hours takes its toll, pushing drivers to the limits of mental and physical endurance. To stay on top of their game, all Formula 1...

Ferrari boss dumbstruck at F1 hypocrisy

Aug.8 (Ferrari) Stefano Domenicali, attending the launch of Erocle Colombo's book on Ferrari's Wrooom event, says he is dumbstruck over the furore caused by Ferrari's team orders at the German Grand...

Alonso: Impossible to switch off completely

Aug.8 (Ferrari) Just like everyone else at Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, Fernando Alonso is also on holiday. Having spent Monday to Thursday at Maranello, to work alongside the team, both in preparing for the...

F1 bosses tip Alonso and Webber for title

Aug.6 (GMM) Gian Carlo Minardi has backed Fernando Alonso or possibly Mark Webber to win the 2010 world championship. Both drivers go their break driving for the Minardi F1 team early on in their...

Lotus sign up Malaysian teen karting prodigy

Aug.6 (Lotus) Lotus Racing has today confirmed its commitment to embracing young talent with the announcement that Nabil Jeffri, the 16 year old Malaysian karting prodigy currently competing in Formula...

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...

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...
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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...