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July 2011

Di Resta happy to get back among points

Di Resta happy to get back among points

Force India driver Paul di Resta has said that he is "very happy" to have made a return to the points-paying places with his seventh place at the Hungaroring on Sunday, after struggling for results throughout the last few races.

 

Renault blame pit stop issue for Ickle fire

Renault blame pit stop issue for Ickle fire

The Renault team believe that the dramatic fire that ended the race of Nick Heidfeld at the Hungarian GP was caused by an issue at the car's second stop, when the car was left running at high revs during a delay in the tyre change.

Buemi: Hungary drive was one of my best

Buemi: Hungary drive was one of my best

Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Buemi has claimed that the Hungarian Grannd Prix was one of his best ever performances, after the Swiss driver came through from 23rd on the grid to score points for the Italian team in 8th place.

Alonso still happy after 'fantastic month'

Alonso still happy after 'fantastic month'

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso was content with his result in the Hungarian Grand Prix, despite only finishing third in the race, saying that it underlined Ferrari's competitiveness and their confidence for the rest of the season.

Vettel: Win 'not impossible' in Hungary

Vettel: Win 'not impossible' in Hungary

Championship leader Sebastian Vettel suggested that he could have challenged for the win in the Hungarian Grand Prix, blaming brake issues in his final stint for the fact that he was forced to settle for second place. 

Button salutes "amazing" Hungarian win

Button salutes

Hungarian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button has said that the Hungarian GP was an "amazing weekend" for him, after taking victory number two for the 2011 season, crediting the strategic calls throughout the race from his McLaren team.

Teams concerned by late 2012 gridlock

Teams concerned by late 2012 gridlock

Formula One's teams are set to request a series of further tweaks to the proposed 2012 calendar, after raising a number of concerns over the somewhat congested second half of the season as planned by Bernie Ecclestone.

BBC non-live 2012 races to be 'full reruns'

BBC non-live 2012 races to be 'full reruns'

The BBC is set to show the ten 2012 Formula One races it will not enjoy live coverage of next season in a fully 'as live' rerun format as part of their highlights package deal, according to McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh.

Massa unhappy despite strong qualifying

Massa unhappy despite strong qualifying

Ferrari driver Felipe Massa admitted that qualifying fourth on the grid for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix was "not great" given the effect of the dirty side of the track, despite outqualifying his team mate Fernando Alonso. 

Hamilton still pleased despite missed pole

Hamilton still pleased despite missed pole

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton said that it was a "great achievement" to have secured another front row start at the Hungarian Grand Prix, despite missing out on ending the team's long pole drought in a fight with Sebastian Vettel.

Vettel lauds RBR's overnight car changes

Vettel lauds RBR's overnight car changes

Hungarian Grand Prix polesitter Sebastian Vettel has cited the effort of the Red Bull mechanics who worked overnight on his car as the main reason for his pole position, saying that the car allowed him to be more confident on Saturday.

Bernie: Sky F1 move will boost viewers

Bernie: Sky F1 move will boost viewers

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has backed Formula One's impending switch to a joint Sky Sports and BBC broadcasting deal, saying that the move will be "good" for the sport and give people "more opportunities" to watch.

Fully revised 2012 calendar revealed

Fully revised 2012 calendar revealed

The proposed revisions to the 2012 Formula One calendar proposed by Bernie Ecclestone would see the season start as originally intended on March 18th, at the Australian Grand Prix, with the Turkish GP dropped altogether.

Alonso happy with 'positive' practice runs

Alonso happy with 'positive' practice runs

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has said that the team's Friday practice form was a "positive start" to the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend at the Hungaroring, despite being outpaced by the McLaren of Lewis Hamilton in both of the sessions.

Hamilton got "great feeling" from practice

Hamilton got

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton is happy with the way that the team enjoyed a "smoother" start to their weekend in Hungary than they managed at the last race, after the British driver ended top of the timesheets in both practice sessions.

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