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February 2010

Mercedes close to the front - Brawn

Mercedes close to the front - Brawn

Team principal Ross Brawn believes that the Mercedes GP team have got close to the front running pace by the end of pre-season testing, despite beginning the 2010 testing schedule lagging some way behind it's expected rivals.

 

Stefan/USF1 merger talks have collapsed

Stefan/USF1 merger talks have collapsed

According to the Stefan GP boss Zoran Stefanovic, discussions between his team and the American USF1 squad over a potential merger of the two operations have collapsed after being "sabotaged" by some of the USF1 stakeholders.

Schumacher reappraises level of depression

Schumacher reappraises level of depression

Michael Schumacher today told reporters at the Barcelona circuit that he had been far too eager yesterday to dismiss any chance he had of early season victories, having bothered last night to review the Mercedes data.

Branson "sad" about Ferrari stance

Branson

Virgin Racing investor Richard Branson has hit back at Ferrari's obnoxious rant this week, where they decried F1's newest teams, with Branson saying that the Italain team's views on the whole subject were "sad" to read.

Hamilton "enjoying" Button partnership

Hamilton

2008 F1 champion Lewis Hamilton has insisted that he is enjoying being partnered with reigning champion Jenson Button in the McLaren team this season, saying that the pair of champion Brits are working well together.

F1 needs quality not quantity, says Webber

F1 needs quality not quantity, says Webber

Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber has delivered a somewhat withering assessment on Formula One's latest crop of newbie teams, arguing that the sport needs quality entries rather than simply pushing for full grid numbers.

Rumours surface of USF1/Stefan merger

Rumours surface of USF1/Stefan merger

The latest round of rumours over the exact makeup of the 2010 grid have linked the car-less USF1 team with a Chad Hurley-organised merger with the entry-less Stefan GP team, in the nick of time for them to make the grid in Bahrain.

Kolles confirms Chandhok deal is near

Kolles confirms Chandhok deal is near

New Campos team principal Colin Kolles has confirmed that the team are close to agreeing a deal with Indian driver Karun Chandhok to race for the team in the upcoming season, the German saying that the announcement could be made "in a few days".

Korean GP track "70% complete"

Korean GP track

The Korean Grand Prix organisers have denied that there is any change of them being forced to defer their F1 debut until the 2011 season, saying that the building work on the new Korea International Circuit was still running on time.

Fauzy in line for Friday practice run

Fauzy in line for Friday practice run

Malaysian 'Lotus' test driver Fairuz Fauzy could get a run in the team's T127 car at his home grand prix weekend in Kuala Lumpur, with the team reported to be considering running him in part of the Friday practice sessions.

More to come from RB6 warns Webber

More to come from RB6 warns Webber

Red Bull driver Mark Webber backed up his impressively strong pace in testing on Thursday by saying that there is even more speed to come from the team's new car before the start of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Nico has confidence in Mercedes upgrades

Nico has confidence in Mercedes upgrades

Nico Rosberg believes that Mercedes GP will make a "big step" forwards by the time they reach Bahrain, with the team set to introduce a wide range of updates to their troublesome W01 car ready for the start of the new season.

Chandhok set for Campos second seat

Chandhok set for Campos second seat

According to a report from the BBC, Indian GP2 driver Karun Chandhok will be unveiled as the second Campos F1 driver "imminently", after securing the seat that seemed to be destined for USF1 man Jose Maria Lopez.

Merc diffuser will debut in Bahrain

Merc diffuser will debut in Bahrain

Mercedes GP team boss Ross Brawn says that the German team will only unveil their final diffuser design at the Bahrain Grand Prix, as the team prepares to debut a raft of aerodynamic updates at the current Barcelona test.

Campos "did what he had to do" for team

Campos

Adrian Campos has insisted that he was left with no option but to sell off his team to stakeholder Jose Ramon Carabante in order to do what was best for the team as a whole, as the Spaniard's position in the reshuffled team remains unclear.

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