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September 2010

Brawn not interested in FOTA presidency

Brawn not interested in FOTA presidency

Mercedes GP team principal Ross Brawn has said that the role as the Formula One Teams Association president is "not something I aspire to", as the teams prepare to decide on the identity of their next glorious leader in December this year.

 

Koba looking forward to first home race

Koba looking forward to first home race

Sauber driver Kamui Kobayashi says that he is hopeful of a strong performance in front of his expectant home fans at the Suzuka circuit next weekend, saying that the Japanese track should suit their Ferrari-powered car "pretty well".

Red Bull had to redesign car - Hamilton

Red Bull had to redesign car - Hamilton

Championship contender Lewis Hamilton has said that he believes that the Red Bull Racing team had to redesign their car on the back of the new stricter FIA flex tests, despite the caffeinated team insisting that they have not made changes.

Lotus eases fears over dispute with Lotus

Lotus eases fears over dispute with Lotus

Lotus have confirmed that it has held talks over the rights to use the Lotus name with Lotus, and will not be commenting further until Lotus and Lotus have come to an agreement over the use of the word Lotus in the future.

Webber: I need more wins to take title

Webber: I need more wins to take title

Red Bull driver and championship leader Mark Webber has said that he still needs at least one more win in the remaining four races if he wants to take the title, after finishing behind two of his rivals at the Singapore GP last weekend.

Glock doubts Virgin can make top ten

Glock doubts Virgin can make top ten

Virgin Racing driver Timo Glock has poured cold water on the idea that the Virgin Racing team can make the top ten of the constructors championship now, bar some sort of "crazy wet race" in the final stages of the season.

Team order debate postponed until Korea

Team order debate postponed until Korea

A report in the German media has confirmed that a planned discussion with F1 team bosses over the future of team orders in the sport was postponed at last weekend's Singapore GP, and is now set to take place at the Korean race next month.

Button insists he is "right in the hunt"

Button insists he is

Reigning champion Jenson Button has bullishly yelled that he is still right in the middle of the race for the title this season, despite slipping some 25 points of the top of the standings after another disappointing outing in Singapore.

Hamilton: I'm still in the title race

Hamilton: I'm still in the title race

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has said that he still believes that he is in the championship fight this season, despite initially saying he was no longer thinking of the title following his Singapore Grand Prix retirement at the weekend.

Stepney sentenced to jail over Spygate

Stepney sentenced to jail over Spygate

Former Ferrari engineer Nigel Stepney, the man at the centre of the 2007 'Spygate' Formula One scandal, has been sentenced to a total of 20 months in prison by an Italian court on Wednesday for his part in the whole debacle.

Brawn: I'd have sacked anyone but Schu

Brawn: I'd have sacked anyone but Schu

Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn has admitted that had another driver performed like Michael Schumacher has done so far in 2010 he would have replaced them, but says that he is keeping faith because they know he has the "capacity to advance".

Liuzzi laughs off new seat speculation

Liuzzi laughs off new seat speculation

Force India driver Vitantonio Liuzzi has shrugged off the new rumours that the team's test driver has been offered a race contract for 2011, suggesting that as far as he was concerned he is already contracted for 2011 with the team.

Luca cites hard work for Ferrari recovery

Luca cites hard work for Ferrari recovery

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has praised the Italian team's recovery in the 2010 championship after Fernando Alonso's back-to-back wins, but team boss Stefano Domenicali says that the "difficult part" of the title fight was still to come.

Whitmarsh: Hamilton will bounce back

Whitmarsh: Hamilton will bounce back

McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has said that he expects that Lewis Hamilton will quickly bounce back from his Singapore Grand Prix disappointment, saying that his latest crash will be "out of his mind" by the next race in Japan.

Michael dismisses Renault engine whine

Michael dismisses Renault engine whine

Williams technical director Sam Michael has suggested that the ongoing Renault complaints over the need to boost the power of their engine in order to get parity on the grid was "bullshit", saying the team were perfectly competitive as it stands.

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