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August 2010

Renault boss: Petrov still needs to improve

Renault boss: Petrov still needs to improve

Renault team principal Eric Boullier has said that Vitaly Petrov's latest mistake in qualifying at Spa-Francorchamps at the weekend shows that the Russian driver still has a lot to learn, but suggested his crash might help him in the long run.

 

Liuzzi angry with Vettel's "stupid move"

Liuzzi angry with Vettel's

Force India driver Vitantonio Liuzzi has heaped further anger onto the shoulders of Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel, with the Italian blaming the German driver for the collision between the pair during the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.

RBR prepare to limit damage in Italy

RBR prepare to limit damage in Italy

The Red Bull Racing team will be in 'damage limitation' mode for the Italian Grand Prix in two week's time, according to their team principal Christian Horner, with the super-fast Monza track not suiting their RB6 car's strengths.

Whitmarsh: Six pre-season tests for 2011

Whitmarsh: Six pre-season tests for 2011

Formula One Teams' Association chairman Martin Whitmarsh has stated that the teams are preparing for six pre-season tests ahead of the 2011 season, with a deal over a pre-season Bahrain test sorted out between the teams over the Spa weekend.

Hamilton: Vettel still has a lot to learn

Hamilton: Vettel still has a lot to learn

Championship leader Lewis Hamilton suggested that he was more worried about Mark Webber's experience than Sebastian Vettel's raw speed in the 2010 championship tussle, saying that Webber "has the experience" needed to beat him to the title.

Mercedes drivers shrug off close calls

Mercedes drivers shrug off close calls

Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg both insisted they were perfectly happy with their Belgian Grand Prix performances after starting from well down the grid, and both downplayed the minor contact between the two of them on the track.

Pirelli want to help out with F1 show

Pirelli want to help out with F1 show

Pirelli motorsport chief Paul Hembrey has said that the Italian company will be working with the Formula One teams to help to improve the on-track show next season through the cunning use of tyre compounds and the like.

Ferrari boss urges team not to give up

Ferrari boss urges team not to give up

Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has said that his team members must not give up hope for the 2010 championship, despite a poor weekend for the team which saw Fernando Alonso fail to finish and the team drop well being their rivals.

McLaren: Webber now the main opposition

McLaren: Webber now the main opposition

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh has singled out Red Bull's Mark Webber as being their main threat in the driver's championship, after a Belgian GP weekend that saw three of the five championship contenders fail to score a point.

Horner leaps to Vettel's defence after crash

Horner leaps to Vettel's defence after crash

Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner says that Sebastian Vettel will "learn a lot" from his crash at the Belgian Grand Prix, insisting that the German is still in the 2010 championship fight despite his disastrous Spa weekend.

Korean track "will be ready" for GP

Korean track

The Korean International Circuit will be built in time for the inaugural Korean Grand Prix in October, according to renowned Formula One track scribbler Hermann Tilke, as the organisers released a series of photos of the track so far.

RBR/Macca not thinking of No.1 driver yet

RBR/Macca not thinking of No.1 driver yet

Neither McLaren nor Red Bull, the leading Formula One teams, are yet thinking about putting their efforts behind their lead driver, despite Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber taking a significant points lead over their team mates after Spa.

Whitmarsh: Vettel drove like a rookie

Whitmarsh: Vettel drove like a rookie

McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh angrily slammed Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel's driving at the Belgian GP, suggesting that the German's collision with Jenson Button had been driving "reminiscent of a junior formulae".

Alonso insists title challenge isn't over

Alonso insists title challenge isn't over

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has refused to rule himself out of the drivers championship fight in 2010, despite his Belgian Grand Prix ending pointless after he crashed in the closing stages of the rain-affected race.

Vettel apologises for Button collision

Vettel apologises for Button collision

Gutted Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel glumly took full responsibility for the collision that ruined his and fellow title rival Jenson Button's Belgian Grand Prix, when the pair made contact while contesting second place on the track.

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