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April 2011

STR plan big car upgrade for Monaco

STR plan big car upgrade for Monaco

The Toro Rosso team will not be following the established pattern of the rest of the grid by rolling out a big upgrade package to their STR6 car at the start of the European season, choosing to wait until the Monaco GP instead.

 

Vettel: RBR 'pushing hard' to stay ahead

Vettel: RBR 'pushing hard' to stay ahead

Championship leader Sebastian Vettel has said that his Red Bull Racing team are still pushing hard to stay ahead of their rivals, despite the German comfortably leading the championship as they head to Turkey next weekend.

Bahrain future unclear as deadline looms

Bahrain future unclear as deadline looms

With time running out for the organisers of the Bahrain Grand Prix to request a new date for their postponed 2011 race, a statement from the GP chiefs and Bernie Ecclestone on Saturday shed little light on the situation.

Horner: Too early to call us favourites

Horner: Too early to call us favourites

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner believes that it is still too early to suggest that his team are in control of the 2011 Formula One championship, despite the caffeinated squad dominating the majority of the first three races.

Chances of F1 takeover 'close to zero'

Chances of F1 takeover 'close to zero'

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has again denied that there are any plans afoot to sell off Formula One's commercial rights to the mooted NewsCorp-led takeover bid, saying that the whole issue was "media driven".

Turkish GP still fighting for F1 future

Turkish GP still fighting for F1 future

The future of the Turkish Grand Prix on the Formula One calendar is apparently still up in the air, despite initial reports that the race would drop off the schedule for 2012 due to the issue of excessive race fee requirements.

Rosberg to get Merc DTM test run

Rosberg to get Merc DTM test run

Mercedes GP driver will get a taste of what life might be like after his F1 retirement, when he embarks on a series of demo runs in a Mercedes C-class DTM car at the championship's season-opener in Hockenheim this weekend.

Schu sticking to three-year Merc plan

Schu sticking to three-year Merc plan

Mercedes GP driver Michael Schumacher has insisted that he has no plans to retire from F1 again at the end of the 2011 season, with a year still left on his contract with the team, despite renewed rumours about his future.

McLaren look to keep pace in Turkey

McLaren look to keep pace in Turkey

The McLaren Mercedes team will be hoping to keep on good performance terms with their rivals in the Turkish Grand Prix next weekend, despite only bringing some "small modifications" to their car for the race in Istanbul.

Bernie may extend Bahrain GP deadline

Bernie may extend Bahrain GP deadline

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has suggested that the deadline for the Bahrain GP organisers to request a new date on the 2011 calendar could be extended into June, despite the ongoing political situation in the Gulf state.

Button plans to end career with McLaren

Button plans to end career with McLaren

2009 world champion Jenson Button has said that he will end his Formula One career with the McLaren Mercedes team, though he has insisted that he is not planning to retire from the sport for some time to come.

Web 2.0: 2011 race seat "would be great"

Web 2.0: 2011 race seat

Toro Rosso test driver has admitted that it would be "great" if he was to get a chance to race in Formula One before the end of the current season, though the Australian has insisted that he is still focused on a 2012 drive.

McLaren downplay team's 'Gaddafi link'

McLaren downplay team's 'Gaddafi link'

The McLaren Mercedes Formula One team have dismissed a UK newspaper report dwelling on some speculative former sponsorship dealings with Libyan authorities, saying that the whole plan "never reached square one".

Fernandes still coy on team name issue

Fernandes still coy on team name issue

Team Lotus boss Tony Fernandes has refused to rule out rebranding his F1 team using his newly-acquired Caterham car name in the future, despite Wednesday's link-up announcement not including any change to the team's name itself.

Ickle aiming for Ferrari scalp in Turkey

Ickle aiming for Ferrari scalp in Turkey

Renault driver Nick Heidfeld believes that he and his team can now begin to challenge the Ferrari squad on track over the next few races, saying that the team should be looking to sustain their early "momentum" in the championship.

Lowe praises McLaren team work ethic

Lowe praises McLaren team work ethic

McLaren Mercedes technical director Paddy Lowe has bellowed that the remarkable turnaround in performance for the Woking team and their MP4-26 car was the result of "incredible teamwork" from within the squad.

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