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November 2011

One more week for Austin to save GP

One more week for Austin to save GP

FOM chief Bernie Ecclestone says that he will give the organisers of the new United States GP in Austin, Texas a further week to sort their financial situation and save their chances of appearing on the 2012 Formula One calendar.

 

FIA confirms 2012 Formula One entry list

FIA confirms 2012 Formula One entry list

Formula One's governing body has rather uninterestingly confirmed the entry list for the 2012 season, with the associated team name changes and a number of seats on next season's grid still officially listed as unconfirmed.

Honda denies 2014 F1 return rumours

Honda denies 2014 F1 return rumours

The Honda motor company have said that suggestions that they are evaluating a return to Formula One for the new V6 turbo era are 'unfounded rumours', saying that the company has other priorities than motorsport.

Renault: Kubica still in frame for 2012

Renault: Kubica still in frame for 2012

Renault boss Eric Boullier has insisted that injured driver Robert Kubica still has a chance to drive for the team at some point in 2012, despite the squad signing up former champion Kimi Raikkonen on a two-year deal.

Ferrari: Improvement needed everywhere

Ferrari: Improvement needed everywhere

Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has admitted that the Italian team needs to improve their car in all areas for the 2012 F1 season, but remains "confident" that they can hit back after their disappointing 2011 campaign.

Boobens plays down impact of Kimi move

Boobens plays down impact of Kimi move

Rubens Barrichello has shrugged off the impact on his own future of Kimi Raikkonen's return to the F1 grid for 2012, insisting that he was always only focused on staying with the Williams team, rather than moving elsewhere.

RBR will continue to improve - Horner

RBR will continue to improve - Horner

Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner believes that his team will continue to get stronger in time for the 2012 season, saying that the continuity in the rules for 2012 should allow them to start the season even stronger.

Alesi: Speed bigger key than development

Alesi: Speed bigger key than development

'Group Lotus Ambassador' Jean Alesi has welcomed the team's signing of 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen for the 2012 Formula One season, saying that Kimi's driving will be more crucial to the team than his car development skills.

Hamilton 'confident' future is at McLaren

Hamilton 'confident' future is at McLaren

Lewis Hamilton has said that he is certain that he will be with the McLaren team for many years to come, but suggested that he is in no rush to hurry through a contract extension for after the end of the 2012 season.

Whitmarsh: RBR can be toppled in 2012

Whitmarsh: RBR can be toppled in 2012

McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh has insisted that their rival Red Bull Racing squad are catchable in time for the start of next season, despite the team's complete domination of the 2011 Formula One season.

Kimi admits Williams were an 'option'

Kimi admits Williams were an 'option'

Returning Formula One world champion Kimi Raikkonen says that he was in serious discussions with both Williams and Renault for a 2012 return, but says that "everything worked out" with the Renault deal in the end.

Kimi to make F1 comeback with Renault

Kimi to make F1 comeback with Renault

2007 Formula One world champion Kimi Raikkonen will make a shock return to the sport with the Lotus Renault GP team from the start of the 2012 season, after signing a brand new two-year deal with the squad this week.

Fernandes: 2012 a 'critical year' for team

Fernandes: 2012 a 'critical year' for team

Tony Fernandes has said that the 2012 season will be a "critical year" for his new Caterham team, as he laid out his plans for the future of his renamed Formula One team in a statement following the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Horner: Vettel gearbox a "genuine issue"

Horner: Vettel gearbox a

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has shrugged off suggestions that the gearbox problem on Sebastian Vettel's car that handed Mark Webber victory in the Brazilian GP was invented by the team to allow the Australian to win.

Head steps away from Williams F1 team

Head steps away from Williams F1 team

Long-time Williams technical chief Patrick Head has confirmed that he will leave the Grove team's Formula One operations at the end of 2011, switching to working for the team's hybrid technology arm instead.

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