American Teams in F1

News broke last week that a new American based Formula One Team is planning to enter the World Championship in 2010. USF1 is yet to be formally launched but details are starting to emerge about the new outfit and their bid to tackle Grand Prix racing under the star spangled...

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Diffusers, exhausts, and a lot of hot air

The technical aspect of Formula One is always full of intrigue but 2009 is shaping up to be one of the most fascinating seasons in a very long time. The new regulations have forced teams to think up fresh ideas and the result is a lot of design variation throughout...

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A look at the new cars of 2009

There is a real buzz in Formula One at the moment as the sport’s major players unveil their new 2009 machinery. This year’s launch season is one of the most exciting in recent memory thanks to the revolutionary design changes mandated by the FIA, and it is interesting to note...

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Ron Dennis – Where it all began

Chairman and CEO of the McLaren Group, Ron Dennis, announced this week at the MP4-24 launch that he will be stepping aside from his current role within the organisation. Ron said “It is time, and I have to say it is absolutely 100 percent my decision. It is what I...

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The case for Jarno Trulli

Rumours emerged on the internet before Christmas that suggested Jarno Trulli’s 2009 seat at Toyota was under threat. The Grand Prix veteran was supposedly to be dismissed in favour of the team’s test driver, Kamui Kobayashi. It has since turned out those rumours were false. It seems highly unlikely that...

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A Fantasy F1 Calendar

The Formula One World Championship is currently expanding into new markets and the Grand Prix season is changing dramatically. The number of races outside Europe has almost doubled in the last ten years and there are more events on the way in India, South Korea, Russia, and the Middle East....

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This time last year

Formula One is a sport that is constantly evolving and reinventing itself, and every Grand Prix season is markedly different from the last. The result is a World Championship with an incredible depth of history, and a sport that will be noticeably more developed today than it was this time...

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Prodrive in Formula One?

The widely revered boss of Prodrive, David Richards, told reporters this weekend that he is seriously considering a bid to take control of Honda’s now defunct Formula One team. Richards has flown to Kuwait to discuss a potential deal with his business partners in the region, saying “there are a...

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Honda pulls out of F1

Honda’s withdrawal from the Formula One World Championship with almost immediate affect has come as a massive shock to the Grand Prix circus. The company’s decision to leave the sport was made swiftly having only been seriously considered for the first time at the end of November. The global financial...

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