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June 2011

Hispania Racing confirm Ricciardo deal

Hispania Racing confirm Ricciardo deal

The HRT squad have got around to confirming that they will be running Toro Rosso reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo for the rest of the 2011 season, several hours after the Australian media stole their thunder by breaking the news themselves.

 

Web 2.0 to make F1 debut for HRT at Silvy

Web 2.0 to make F1 debut for HRT at Silvy

Toro Rosso test and reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo will make his Formula One debut at the British Grand Prix next weekend, replacing Narain Karthikeyan at the Hispania Racing team in a 'loan' deal from the junior Red Bull team.

Buemi still comfortable despite pressure

Buemi still comfortable despite pressure

Despite becoming the new focus for rumours about the future of Toro Rosso's drivers after a pair of strong races from his team mate, Sebastien Buemi says that he is confident that he will prove himself to the team in 2011.

Austin council endorses new F1 track

Austin council endorses new F1 track

The local Austin City Council has voted to endorse the new Formula One circuit being built in the city for the return of the US Grand Prix in 2012, as well as agreeing a new environmental deal to offset the impact of construction.

Alonso: Tyres are "one more challenge"

Alonso: Tyres are

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says that the hard compound tyre selected by Pirelli for the British Grand Prix will simply be another "challenge" for the Italian team to look to try and surmount during the Silverstone weekend.

FIA confirms V6 turbo engines for 2014

FIA confirms V6 turbo engines for 2014

The governing body of F1 has confirmed that the sport will make the switch from V8 power to a newly-agreed 1.6-litre V6 turbocharged engine platform from the start of the 2014 season, after a World Motor Sport Council vote confirmed the move.

Channel 4 could bid for UK F1 rights

Channel 4 could bid for UK F1 rights

According to a report from London's Evening Standard newspaper, Channel 4 has held 'preliminary talks' with Formula One chiefs over taking over the broadcast rights to the sport in the UK, should the BBC drop the sport.

Pirelli confirm soft/hard tyres for Silvy

Pirelli confirm soft/hard tyres for Silvy

The Pirelli tyre company will return to their traditional soft/hard combination of tyre compounds for the British GP, despite admitting that the F1 teams had a "difference of opinion" over which combination would suit the track best.

Vettel domination still interesting - Bernie

Vettel domination still interesting - Bernie

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone does not believe that this year's F1 season has been particularly boring, despite the near-total domination at the front of the field by the Red Bull Racing squad and Sebastian Vettel.

Horner: New Webber deal "very likely"

Horner: New Webber deal

Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes that it is "very, very likely" that Mark Webber and the team will tie up a deal for the 2012 season later in the year, despite the Australian driver struggling for results in the 2011 season so far.

Oz GP threatens to dump F1 over engines

Oz GP threatens to dump F1 over engines

Australian Grand Prix chief Ron Walker has said that his spectators have no interest in listening to F1's proposed new turbocharged engines, suggesting that the track, and others on the calendar, will dump the sport if the switch is made.

Ham tweets a u-turn on title concession

Ham tweets a u-turn on title concession

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has used his Twitter feed to emote a complete change of opinion on his championship hopes for 2011, despite being quoted on Monday as having essentially concluded that Vettel and Red Bull are uncatchable.

Williams make new technical signings

Williams make new technical signings

The Williams Formula One team have thrillingly announced two new appointments in their technical staff, as the team continues to restructure its backroom positions in reaction to their somewhat torpid start to the 2011 season.

Horner: Championship not in the bag yet

Horner: Championship not in the bag yet

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has been quick to play down his team's current domination of both championships, suggesting that there was still a long way to go in 2011, and saying that Sebastian Vettel was still focused on winning races.

Trulli: Points for backmarkers impossible

Trulli: Points for backmarkers impossible

Team Lotus driver Jarno Trulli has lamented that it is now incredibly difficult for smaller teams to get near the points-paying places in F1, suggesting that the immense reliability in the sport has resulted in a "loss of appeal" in the sport.

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