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July 2010

Teams ask FIA to clarify front wing issue

Teams ask FIA to clarify front wing issue

The McLaren and Mercedes GP teams have asked the governing body to clarify their position on the current 'flexible' front wing issue, before they take the plunge into expensive development programmes of their own.

 

Schu gambles on setup to help race pace

Schu gambles on setup to help race pace

Mercedes GP driver Michael Schumacher has revealed that he has gambled on his car's set-up to try and maximise his chances of having a good race in Hungary, after qualifying only 14th for tomorrow's race in Budapest.

Petrov delighed with qualifying display

Petrov delighed with qualifying display

Renault driver Vitaly Petrov said that "everything is cool" after he managed to outqualify his team mate Robert Kubica for the first time so far in the 2010 season, lining up a season's best 7th on the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

De la Rosa pleased with Sauber progress

De la Rosa pleased with Sauber progress

Sauber driver Pedro de la Rosa said that he was "very proud" of the Swiss team, after he managed to qualify in ninth place for the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring, though his team mate Kamui Kobayashi has been penalised.

Hamilton: Red Bull's pace is "just insane"

Hamilton: Red Bull's pace is

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton admitted that he found it "insane" to watch how fast the Red Bull cars were driving around the Hungaroring circuit, claiming that his McLaren is working better than ever despite only taking fifth on the grid.

Vettel hails "wonderful" RB6 after pole run

Vettel hails

Hungarian GP pole position winner Sebastian Vettel described his Red Bull car as being "a pleasure to drive" after the team destroyed the rest of the field in the qualifying session to record their sixth 1-2 grid positions of the year.

Button: I'd quit F1 if team orders return

Button: I'd quit F1 if team orders return

Reigning Formula One champion Jenson Button has said that he "wouldn't be interested in racing" if Formula One reintroduced team orders into the sport, suggesting that it would lead to drivers not racing to win.

Dennis criticises drivers over car whines

Dennis criticises drivers over car whines

Former McLaren Formula One team boss Ron Dennis has said that he finds the recent criticisms of the team's F1 car by their drivers "infuriating", suggestion that the MP4-25 is actually a perfectly good car after all, despite recent complaints.

Cypher Group give up on F1 entry

Cypher Group give up on F1 entry

The American Cypher Group has finally decided to admit that actually it doesn't really want to be part of Formula One at all, and has withdrawn its initial application from the race for the 13th and final spot on the 2011 F1 grid.

McLaren preparing for tough weekend

McLaren preparing for tough weekend

After struggling to get on the ultimate pace throughout Friday practice at the Hungaroring, both Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have accepted that the team are in for a damage limitation exercise at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Vettel plays down electric practice pace

Vettel plays down electric practice pace

Sebastian Vettel says that he expects a close fight with the Ferrari team at the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend, despite the Red Bull team dominating the opening pair of practice sessions at the Hungaroring track on Friday.

Horner backs retaining team order ban

Horner backs retaining team order ban

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has said that the FIA should keep the current ban on team orders in place, allowing drivers in the same team to continue to race each other without any intervention from the pit wall.

Ferrari undecided on front wing choice

Ferrari undecided on front wing choice

The Ferrari Formula One team are still not certain to run their controversial new front wing design at the Hungaroring circuit this weekend, despite the device having been given the all-clear by the FIA last time out in Germany.

Alonso focused on race despite order row

Alonso focused on race despite order row

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has blithely insisted that he is not being distracted from his on-track duties by the ongoing media furore surrounding his controversial win in the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim last weekend.

Hamilton laments "third fastest" McLaren

Hamilton laments

Possibly deciding to employ some retrospective quotes to back his claims at Hockenheim up, McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has said that the Woking team are currently very much third in the pecking order on the Formula One grid.

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