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May 2011

Michael laments "bittersweet" first points

Michael laments

Williams technical director Sam Michael has admitted that the team's first points of the 2011 season at the Monaco Grand Prix with Rubens Barrichello were "bittersweet", given the late demise of Pastor Maldonado when running sixth.

 

Brawn: Late finish "totally unacceptable"

Brawn: Late finish

Mercedes boss Ross Brawn has suggested that the Formula One teams have called Bernie Ecclestone's proposed December 11th date for the Indian GP is "totally unacceptable", saying that the workload for their employees would be too much.

Ferrari hint at summer change of tactics

Ferrari hint at summer change of tactics

Ferrari will make an "assessment" of their approach to their 2011 car development programme during F1's summer break, according to Stefano Domenicali, as he hints that the Italian squad may abandon their efforts in favour of 2012.

Hamilton: I won't change my driving style

Hamilton: I won't change my driving style

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton is adamant that he won't alter his approach to racing in the aftermath of his chaotic Monaco Grand Prix last weekend, which saw him pick up two penalties for seemingly reckless moves on rivals.

Perez 'pretty sure' he will drive in Canada

Perez 'pretty sure' he will drive in Canada

Sauber driver Sergio Perez has pronounced himself as feeling "okay" after his terrifying qualifying crash in Monaco that left him hospitalised, saying that he was aiming to be back in the car for the Canadian GP in two weeks time.

Red Bull boss still wary on title chances

Red Bull boss still wary on title chances

Despite establishing an enormous early lead in the championship with Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull chief Christian Horner has said that the size of their points advantage is "deceptive" and still believes there will be a close fight for the title.

Lewis seeks to 'move on' from comments

Lewis seeks to 'move on' from comments

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has admitted that his post-race comments in Monaco may not have been as funny as he had planned, but said that he had 'made his peace' with the race stewards after his remarks.

Pirelli call for change to red flag rules

Pirelli call for change to red flag rules

Pirelli boss Paul Hembrey has said that changes should be made to the red flag race restart procedure in F1, to prevent a repeat of Monaco, where a dramatic finish was ruined after the leaders were allowed to change tyres.

Alonso concedes title fight is 'nearly over'

Alonso concedes title fight is 'nearly over'

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has admitted that Sebastian Vettel has "nearly won" the Formula One world championship in 2011, after taking his fifth win in six races in this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo.

Monaco Grand Prix - Race reaction

Monaco Grand Prix - Race reaction

From the joy felt by Kobayashi, through the despair felt by Maldonado, to the quiet unhappiness felt by everyone Mercedes, there was plenty of reactions from around the grid after a drama-filled Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.

RBR admit winning strategy was an error

RBR admit winning strategy was an error

Sebastian Vettel's race-winning Monaco Grand Prix strategy turned out to be the result of a "communication error" in the pits, according to team boss Christian Horner, which saw the German put on soft tyres for his second stint by mistake.

Furious Hamilton slams "joke" stewards

Furious Hamilton slams

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton embarked on a surreal diatribe against the race stewards, and his fellow drivers, after being penalised on two occasions for the overly-aggressive driving during the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.

Vettel admits he picked "risky" strategy

Vettel admits he picked

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel says that he made the decision to only make a single stop during the Monaco Grand Prix, saying that he felt "fantastic" to have made the one-stop tactic work by the end of the race. 

Petrov unhurt after race-stopping crash

Petrov unhurt after race-stopping crash

The Renault Formula One team have confirmed that their Russian driver Vitaly Petrov was unhurt after his nasty crash during the Monaco Grand Prix, which caused the race to be briefly stopped with six laps still to go.

Kubica could make racing return in 2011

Kubica could make racing return in 2011

Despite comments to the contrary from Renault owner Gerard Lopez, Robert Kubica could make his racing return before the end of the 2011 Formula One season, according to statements from his management in Monte Carlo.

Season could end on December 11th

Season could end on December 11th

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone is considering moving the inaugural Indian Grand Prix back to December 11th in order to help accommodate the postponed Bahrain race into the 2011 Formula One schedule.

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