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June 2010

Audi not interested in Formula One

Audi not interested in Formula One

Audi motorsport boss Dr Wolfgang Ullrich has insisted that his company is not interested in joining Formula One in the future, despite earlier quotes from parent company VW suggesting they may be considering an engine supply.

 

FOTA look to greener F1 future

FOTA look to greener F1 future

The Formula One Teams Association are set to try and push through a series of 'greener' measures for the sport in time for the raft of technical changes expected for the 2013 season, as F1 looks to improve its environmental image.

Pirelli promise "aggressive" tyre approach

Pirelli promise

New Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli have claimed that they will take an "aggressive" approach to their duties as the sport's tyre maker from 2011 in their efforts to help to improve the on-track show the sport is providing.

Kubica ready to commit to Renault

Kubica ready to commit to Renault

Polish driver Robert Kubica is prepared to sign a long-term deal with the Renault team, providing that the French team can prove to him that they will have the resources to fight for the championship in the future.

Alonso apologises for 'manipulation' row

Alonso apologises for 'manipulation' row

Fernando Alonso has said that his comments that the European GP result had been "manipulated" by the stewards had been a heat-of-the-moment comment, and apologised for the comments he made after the Valencia race.

Hamilton dismisses Alonso's SC moans

Hamilton dismisses Alonso's SC moans

Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has shrugged off criticism from Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso that he had been let off without any real punishment after he overtook the safety car at the European Grand Prix at the weekend.

Heikki cleared of blame in Webber crash

Heikki cleared of blame in Webber crash

Heikki Kovalainen has not been blamed for the shunt involving Mark Webber at the European Grand Prix last weekend, with Webber himself refusing to point blame at the Finnish Lotus driver, and his team defending him as well.

Webber thankful to escape flip uninjured

Webber thankful to escape flip uninjured

Red Bull driver Mark Webber has said that he was terrified of making aerial contact with part of the track during his spectacular high-speed flip during the European Grand Prix this weekend, and admitted he had been lucky.

Alonso criticises "manipulated race" result

Alonso criticises

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has slammed the stewards overseeing the European GP, suggesting the result of the race was "manipulated" when McLaren's Lewis Hamilton overtook the safety car early on in the race.

Nine drivers penalised over SC rule

Nine drivers penalised over SC rule

A contentious European Grand Prix result was slightly rearranged by the stewards after nine drivers were found to have broken the rules over the minimum lap time required when lapping behind the safety car itself.

Vettel plays down win after Webber crash

Vettel plays down win after Webber crash

Victorious Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel insisted that the most important part of the European GP was the fact that his team mate escaped uninjured from his high-speed crash, rather than Vettel's own win.

Pirelli want bigger wheels for 2013

Pirelli want bigger wheels for 2013

New Formula One tyre manufacturer Pirelli would still like to see the sport move to larger rims on their tyres from 2013, despite agreeing to continue with the current tyre dimensions for the start of their contract next year.

FIA add further hilarity to USF1 farce

FIA add further hilarity to USF1 farce

The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has rather unnecessarily fined the defunct USF1 team, and banned them from participating in FIA-sanctioned events in the future, after the team failed to make the 2010 grid.

Pirelli secure 2011 tyre supply deal

Pirelli secure 2011 tyre supply deal

The FIA have confirmed that the Pirelli tyre company will become the new tyre supplier to the Formula One world championship from the start of the 2011 season, after a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Geneva today.

107% rule to return in 2011 rulebook

107% rule to return in 2011 rulebook

The old '107 percent rule' will return for grands prix weekends in the 2011 season, after the FIA's World Motor Sport Council included the mothballed regulation in their new rule package announced on Wednesday.

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