David Coulthard talks to EnterF1

EnterF1 was lucky enough to catch up with David Coulthard at his book signing at the Pole Position World of Motorsport event in Regent Street, London less than 24 hours after the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. David’s race had only lasted 2 laps after taking five places off the...

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The wind beneath McLaren’s wings

At the Turkish Grand prix two weeks ago Ferrari had more than a comfortable advantage over their rivals. The scarlet cars were ultimately seven tenths of a second per lap quicker than the McLarens. However, at yesterday’s Italian Grand Prix McLaren had not only clawed back the deficit but had...

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Ferrari’s late surge for the championship

Ferrari took a very comfortable victory at the Turkish Grand Prix this weekend but despite a quinella finish, the Drivers World Championship still appears distant for the Italian team. Massa is the highest placed Ferrari challenger in the title chase and is fifteen points behind Hamilton at the top of...

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Prodrive’s assault on 2008

Formula One will welcome a new team next year as Prodrive join the World Championship from 2008 onwards. Although the company is not widely known outside of motorsport they have an enormous racing profile and proudly boast that “no other business is involved in so many top level international motorsport...

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Bourdais going all the way

As expected Sebastien Bourdais was confirmed this week as Scuderia Toro Rosso’s second driver for 2008. Bourdais deserves to get his chance in Formula One having gradually built up a formidable racing pedigree. He has won the Champ Car World Series three times in a row and is well on...

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IS Hamilton Pushing Alonso Out?

The Hungarian Grand Prix is usually a fairly dull event. Whilst the atmosphere on the grass hills surrounding the track is fantastic, the circuit itself is rubbish. It is often described as ‘Monaco without the barriers’ and the layout is not conducive to entertaining races. Last year was a rare...

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Bull fighting at toro rosso

Scuderia Toro Rosso is a team with an uncertain future. They are one of two junior outfits in Formula One but unlike Super Aguri they seem to be pushing themselves away from their parent organisation. The long-term future of the team, especially that of its drivers, became a major talking...

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Winkelhocks Nurburgring luck

When Lewis Hamilton drove quickly and consistently to third place at the Australian Grand Prix, nobody imagined that another rookie would make a more spectacular debut in 2007. Yesterday Markus Winkelhock did exactly that. The new Spyker driver had an incredible first race at the Nurburgring and although it was...

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Mclaren and Ferrari in court

At the start of the season after the Australian Grand Prix, McLaren expressed concern that Ferrari had installed a flexible floor providing them with an illegal aerodynamic advantage. The British team wrote a letter to the FIA that forced a new ruling to come into place and Ferrari had to...

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