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October 2010

Bernie: Formula One will leave Europe

Bernie: Formula One will leave Europe

FOM boss Bernie Ecclestone believes that the Formula One schedule will drift away from its traditional European base over the coming few years, as bigger and more lucrative races elsewhere in the world join the calendar.

 

Kovalainen signs up for Dusseldof RoC

Kovalainen signs up for Dusseldof RoC

Impressively-foreheaded Lotus Racing driver Heikki Kovalainen has become the latest driver to sign up to compete in the 2010 Race of Champions, which will take place at the Esprit Arena in Dusseldorf at the end of November.

Boullier: D'Ambrosio '95% sure' of drive

Boullier: D'Ambrosio '95% sure' of drive

Jerome d'Ambrosio is now 95% of the way to securing a seat on the Formula One grid for the start of the 2011 season with the Virgin Racing team, according to the Renault team boss and manager of the Belgian driver, Eric Boullier.

Findia boss hoping Brazil suits their car

Findia boss hoping Brazil suits their car

Force India team boss Vijay Mallya is hopeful of a more competitive weekend in the Brazilian Grand Prix, saying that the lower downforce track should suit their increasingly-rubbish VJM03 car more than recent tracks have done.

Brabham: Mark 'blew his chance' in Korea

Brabham: Mark 'blew his chance' in Korea

Three-time Formula One world champion Sir Jack Brabham has admitted that his fellow countryman Mark Webber had blown his big chance to win the F1 championship when he spun out of the Korean Grand Prix last weekend.

Brawn hoping for strong Brazil weekend

Brawn hoping for strong Brazil weekend

Mercedes GP boss Ross Brawn says that the German team should be able to keep up their recent strong performances in the Brazilian Grand Prix, though added that the team's main focus remained getting back to the front of the field in 2011.

Senna linked with Lotus drive for 2011

Senna linked with Lotus drive for 2011

Despite the Malaysian-owned Lotus Racing team looking set to keep their current driver line-up in 2011, reports from the Brazilian media have suggested that HRT driver Bruno Senna is in line for a switch to the team instead.

Sir Frank backs Hulk for 2011 season

Sir Frank backs Hulk for 2011 season

Williams team co-owner Sir Frank Williams has publicly praised driver Nico Hulkenberg, backing the German driver to still be in Formula One for 2011, as confusion continues to reign over the team's 2011 driver plans.

Sutil still cagey over 2011 drive details

Sutil still cagey over 2011 drive details

Force India driver Adrian Sutil has said that his future in the sport should be cleared up "pretty soon", as he remains linked to a number of teams for 2011, though he denied the possibility of replacing Michael Schumacher at Mercedes.

Bulgaria planning 'heated' track for GP

Bulgaria planning 'heated' track for GP

Efforts to bring Formula One racing to Bulgaria as soon as 2012 are being stepped up, with the country announcing plans for a new circuit in the country that would feature a unique, and silly-sounding heated track surface.

Bird flies into Merc for Abu Dhabi test

Bird flies into Merc for Abu Dhabi test

GP2 frontrunner Sam Bird has been given the chance to test for the Mercedes GP team at the almost interesting season-ending young driver test at the Abu Dhabi grand prix circuit, the German team confirmed on Friday.

Hamilton aiming to stay in contention

Hamilton aiming to stay in contention

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton says that he is just looking to stay in contention for the 2010 world championship in Brazil next week, saying that he just wants to get to the season finale with still a mathematical chance of the title.

Kimi rules out 2011 F1 switch, again

Kimi rules out 2011 F1 switch, again

For what seems like the thirteenth time this month, Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed through his manager that he will not be pursuing a Formula One drive in 2011, with the Finn now committed to securing another season in the WRC instead.

Alonso win would "devalue" title - Mosley

Alonso win would

Former FIA president Max Mosley proved that he had lost none of his ability to generate headlines during his time off, claiming in an interview with the BBC that a title win for Alonso in 2010 would "devalue" the crown, after the Ordergate farce.

Boobens also not secure for 2011 - report

Boobens also not secure for 2011 - report

Fresh speculation on the state of the Williams team's line up for 2011 have suggested that it may be Rubens Barrichello who is replaced by a pay driver for 2011, rather than the team's 2010 rookie driver Nico Hulkenberg.

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