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April 2010

FIA pushing for immediate green engines

FIA pushing for immediate green engines

Formula One's governing body is hoping that the sport can look to adopt some 'green' characteristics in the field of engine efficiency prior to the wholesale engine regulation change set for the start of the 2013 season.

 

Hamilton: Dry race won't help McLaren

Hamilton: Dry race won't help McLaren

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton admits that dry conditions during the race in Barcelona next weekend would leave the McLaren team off the pace, as the Woking team fights to close the performance gap to the frontrunning Red Bull team.

Schumie: Merc will still be behind

Schumie: Merc will still be behind

Michael Schumacher has downplayed any suggestion that the major upgrade package for the Mercedes W01 car at the Spanish GP will propel the team to the front of the field, saying that the updated car is simply a "general improvement".

Webber looking for more consistency

Webber looking for more consistency

Red Bull driver Mark Webber has said that he needs to become more consistent in his race results to get back into the championship hunt, adding that the situation is so close that the whole title picture can change in a single race weekend.

Donington set August date for reopening

Donington set August date for reopening

The Donington Park circuit, which was left in a shocking state of disrepair after the circuit's bid to host the British Grand Prix from 2010 collapsed last year, will reopen in August this year, according to circuit owner Kevin Wheatcroft.

Ferrari hit back at subliminal ad claims

Ferrari hit back at subliminal ad claims

The Ferrari team have responded to reports that a group of leading doctors are pushing European governments to look into the "subliminal advertising" from Marlboro on their cars, saying that there is no "scientific basis" for the claims.

Pirelli to "present" tyre offer to F1 teams

Pirelli to

The Italian Pirelli tyre company is refusing to be counted out of the race for the F1 tyre supply contract, saying in a statement on Thursday that they will present an offer to the team before the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend.

Brawn: Rosberg is "close to" race win

Brawn: Rosberg is

Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn says that his driver Nico Rosberg is on the verge of breaking his winless streak in Formula One, after coming close to securing his first race win at the Chinese Grand Prix two weeks ago.

Silverstone officially opens Arena track

Silverstone officially opens Arena track

The new Arena layout of the Silverstone track was officially opened on Thursday morning, with a number of F1's glitterati turning out to gush over the newly redesigned track that will host this season's British Grand Prix.

Button admits to mistakes in F1 career

Button admits to mistakes in F1 career

Jenson Button has come over all self-critical, in a roundabout way, saying that he did not work hard enough in the early stages of his Formula One career, but says that now he "can't imagine anyone works harder" than himself.

Virgin's Razia set for British F3 outing

Virgin's Razia set for British F3 outing

Virgin Racing test driver Luis Razia is continuing his efforts to find something to do in 2010, in lieu of actually having any testing to do, after securing a deal to race in the British F3 round at the Silverstone Arena track this weekend.

Tyre issues not set for Spain resolution

Tyre issues not set for Spain resolution

The ongoing debate over which direction Formula One should take over the 2011 tyre supply is now unlikely to be cleared up by the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend, as the issues of tyre cost and performance split the F1 teams.

Ferrari accused of "subliminal advertising"

Ferrari accused of

A number of leading doctors have accused the Ferrari Formula One team of "subliminal advertising" of cigarettes through their noticeable 'bar code' sponsorship from the makers of Marlboro cigarettes, according to a report in the Times newspaper.

Happy Jacques still working on F1 return

Happy Jacques still working on F1 return

Geriatric former F1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says that he is still pushing ahead with his training for a Formula One return, despite missing out on a shock comeback drive with the Stefan GP team for 2010.

Button: McLaren know about winning

Button: McLaren know about winning

Championship leader Jenson Button says that he is now at a team that "knows what winning is like" in the McLaren squad, adding that his first two grand prix wins for the team early in 2010 have yet to properly sink in.

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