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Domenicali: No rush on Massa future

Domenicali: No rush on Massa future

Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has said that he and the Italian squad will not be making a snap decision on Felipe Massa's future any time soon, saying that the Brazilian's fate is still in his own hands over the rest of the season.

 

Maldonado eager to stay with Williams

Maldonado eager to stay with Williams

Spanish Grand Prix winner Pastor Maldonado says that he is eager to stay on with the Grove-based team for "a while", saying that his ultimate aim remains a Formula One championship challenge in the sport at some point in the future.

Alonso: Hamilton and Vettel are the threats

Alonso: Hamilton and Vettel are the threats

Championship leader Fernando Alonso has earmarked McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel as his biggest threats for the 2012 title, but believes that the whole field will remain tightly bunched until the end of the season.

Lauda: Alonso still "superior" to Vettel

Lauda: Alonso still

Former Formula One champion Niki Lauda has admitted that Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso is still "superior to everyone" on the current grid, saying that Sebastian Vettel was struggling this season now that his car advantage had been removed.

McLaren calm on Hamilton future talks

McLaren calm on Hamilton future talks

The McLaren team still expect Lewis Hamilton to stay with them for the future, saying that they are 'close' to a final deal on a contract extension, despite the British driver still yet to sign a new agreement with the team beyond 2012.

Boobens admits Indycar is culture shock

Boobens admits Indycar is culture shock

Former Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello has admitted that he has found his first season in the American Indycar series to be something of a culture shock following his long F1 career, but says that he is adjusting to the new series.

Heikki would love future McLaren return

Heikki would love future McLaren return

Caterham driver Heikki Kovalainen has said that he would be delighted to return to a "top team" such as former employers McLaren for the 2013 F1 season, despite insisting that his current focus was on doing the best job for his current team.

Malders ends demo early with crash

Malders ends demo early with crash

Crash-happy Pastor Maldonado ended a demonstration run in front of his home fans in Venezuela in ignominious fashion this week, after the Spanish Grand Prix winner crashed his Williams car after just two laps of the temporary track in Caracas. 

Button: McLaren is the team for me

Button: McLaren is the team for me

Jenson Button has again refused to entertain speculation linking him with a move to Ferrari for the 2013 season, saying that he was content at McLaren, but he did leave the door open for a switch to another team further in the future.

Williams have no plans for driver change

Williams have no plans for driver change

The Williams Formula One team are not planning to make any mid-season changes to their driver line-up, despite issues in 2012 for both Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna, and the signs of promise from their reserve driver Valtteri Bottas.

Webber still hunting more F1 glory

Webber still hunting more F1 glory

Red Bull driver Mark Webber says that he is more eager than ever to cement his standing in the Formula One record books, with a further contract extension at the caffeinated squad keeping him with the team until the end of the 2013 season.

Sala: HRT car delivering 50% of potential

Sala: HRT car delivering 50% of potential

HRT team boss Luis Perez Sala believes that there is still plenty more to come from their slightly slow F112 machine, saying that he feels the car is currently only delivering around half of the full potential that it contains.

Glock would not change Virgin decision

Glock would not change Virgin decision

Marussia driver Timo Glock has insisted that he did not regret turning down a drive with the Renault team for the 2010 season, despite his continued pointless escapades with the Marussia squad at the very back of the Formula One grid.

Whitmarsh predicts trio of 2014 suppliers

Whitmarsh predicts trio of 2014 suppliers

McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has echoed recent comments from Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug, by suggesting that he believed the sport would only have three engine suppliers for the start of the 2014 season's new regulations.

EC extend Nurburgring investigation

EC extend Nurburgring investigation

The European Commission is set to investigate a deal to provide the financially-troubled Nurburgring circuit with emergency funds in more detail, amid suggestions that the aid given to the circuit was not within EU state aid regulations.

Brawn: Fifth will not be good enough

Brawn: Fifth will not be good enough

Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn has admitted that a fifth place finish in the constructors championship this season will not be a good enough result for the team, and says that they are working hard on improving their position soon.

F1 can survive with three engine makers

F1 can survive with three engine makers

Mercedes motorsport chief Norbert Haug is confident that the sport can move on with their 2014 turbocharged engine rules plans, even if the number of available engine suppliers for the teams dips down to as few as three for the future.

HRT boss: Team was a 'total disaster'

HRT boss: Team was a 'total disaster'

HRT Formula One team boss Luis Perez Sala has admitted that the Spanish outfit was a "total disaster" when he first joined forces with them, but the team is now predicting a much stronger future for themselves in the sport.

Ecclestone favours central London race

Ecclestone favours central London race

FOM supremo Bernie Ecclestone has continued to play up the negligible chances of a future London Grand Prix during a visit to the Olympic stadium this week, though suggests that he would prefer a more central street race format.

Lotus pushing for Spa 'double DRS' debut

Lotus pushing for Spa 'double DRS' debut

The Lotus Formula One team are hopeful that their exciting new double DRS wing system will be ready to make its debut at the Belgian Grand Prix at the start of September, after testing the device at the last two GP weekends.

Ferrari development push still on track

Ferrari development push still on track

Ferrari technical director Pat Fry says that the Italian team have plenty of "interesting" new developments in the pipeline for their car over the next few races, as the team looks to keep ahead of their rivals in this year's title race.

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