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May 2010

Haug: Merc wants to be a winning team

Haug: Merc wants to be a winning team

Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug has insisted that he will not be happy until the new works Mercedes GP team is winning grands prix, after another disappointing race weekend for the team at the Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul.

 

First Sauber points in 2010 delight Key

First Sauber points in 2010 delight Key

New Sauber chief technical director James Key has said that he is happy to see the Swiss team secure their first point of the 2010 season so far in the Turkish Grand Prix, saying that the whole team "deserved" the result.

McLaren happy with "sensible" drivers

McLaren happy with

McLaren's race engineer Tim Goss has smugly praised the "exceptional" driving manners of Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button, after the pair enjoyed their own intra-team battle in Turkey and inherited a 1-2 finish when the Red Bull drivers crashed.

Horner: No animosity between our drivers

Horner: No animosity between our drivers

Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner has insisted that his two drivers will not bear any grudges for the rest of the Formula One season, despite their controversial mid-race clash at the Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul Park over the weekend.

Alonso laments gap to frontrunners

Alonso laments gap to frontrunners

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso has admitted that the Ferrari team have been "surprised" by their lack of competitiveness in recent races, after the Turkish GP was dominated by the Red Bull Racing and McLaren teams.

RBR blame game begins over Turkey crash

RBR blame game begins over Turkey crash

The Red Bull Racing team have found themselves playing a dangerous blame game in the fallout from the crash between Sebastian Vettel and his team mate Mark Webber at the Turkish Grand Prix ruined their hopes of a 1-2 result.

Robo-Hamilton to take on Webber

Robo-Hamilton to take on Webber

Lewis Hamilton is preparing to take the fight to current world championship leader Mark Webber in todays Turkish Grand Prix, as 1992 world champ Nigel Mansell calls the nu-British hero "manufactured." 

RBR F-Duct off

RBR F-Duct off

Red Bull Racing have decided against racing with their snazzy new f-duct stallable wing device for the remainder of the Turkish GP, despite a semi-successful initial testing of the widget during Friday practice.

RBR ignore Kimi as Webber deal nears

RBR ignore Kimi as Webber deal nears

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has insisted that the team was never interested in a deal with 2007 F1 champion Kimi Raikkonen, as the caffeinated team closes on a new contract with championship leader Mark Webber.

Pirelli close to 2011 tyre supply deal

Pirelli close to 2011 tyre supply deal

Italian tyre company Pirelli is said to be closing in on securing an exclusive deal with the 12 current Formula One teams to supply them with rubber for the 2011 season Patty has learned...from Autosport.

Alonso still confident despite setbacks

Alonso still confident despite setbacks

Despite a string of car problems and driver mistakes that have blighted his 2010 campaign since winning the season-opener in Bahrain, Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says that he is still confident of his championship chances this year.

Algie admits to pre-season "problems"

Algie admits to pre-season

Toro Rosso driver Jaime Alguersuari has revealed that he very nearly didn't make the Formula One grid in 2010 after a lengthy and protracted contract dispute between his current team and their parent Red Bull Racing squad.

Donington Park secures new leaseholders

Donington Park secures new leaseholders

The future of the Donington Park track, left in a state of chaos after the collapse of the redevelopment package that went alongside the track's bid for the British GP, has been secured, with the Adroit Group taking over the leasehold.

Hellmund: Austin 'more F1 than NASCAR'

Hellmund: Austin 'more F1 than NASCAR'

One of the men that negotiated Formula One's return to the United States at an as-yet unbuilt track in Texas says that the Austin venue for the race is perfect for F1, with the fans being "more of an F1 crowd than a NASCAR crowd".

Massa has "special relationship" at Ferrari

Massa has

Felipe Massa's manager Nicolas Todt has insisted that the Brazilian will stay at the Ferrari team for 2011, despite a number of rumours linking plenty of other drivers to the second Ferrari race seat for the 2011 season.

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