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June 2012

Marussia banking on new car upgrades

Marussia banking on new car upgrades

The Marussia Formula One team will roll out a "fairly significant" upgrade for their MR01 car at the British Grand Prix next weekend, as the backmarkers look to gain some ground on the rest of the grid at the Silverstone race.

 

Schu keen to build on podium 'momentum'

Schu keen to build on podium 'momentum'

Having ended his long hunt for a podium finish during his F1 comeback, Mercedes GP driver Michael Schumacher has said that he is now eager to build on the "momentum" of his third place in Valencia at the British GP next weekend.

Grosjean: I am not too aggressive

Grosjean: I am not too aggressive

Lotus driver Romain Grosjean believes that he has shown the right amount of aggression during the first part of the 2012 season, saying that despite some early mistakes, his drive in Valencia had shown that he was learning.

Hamilton moves on from Valencia crash

Hamilton moves on from Valencia crash

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has said that he has moved on from his late-race crash in the European GP, and has insisted that he will not change his approach to racing despite the collision with Williams driver Pastor Maldonado.

Raikkonen wants more than just podiums

Raikkonen wants more than just podiums

Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen has suggested that he is now eager to deliver the team a grand prix victory in the coming races, saying that the team's recent run of podium finishes were not enough for them to be satisfied with.

HRT hand Clos second practice cameo

HRT hand Clos second practice cameo

The HRT Formula One team will give test driver Dani Clos a second run in their F112 car at the British Grand Prix weekend, confirming that the Spaniard will be given a chance to drive in the opening Friday practice session.

McLaren drivers back London GP 'plan'

McLaren drivers back London GP 'plan'

Both Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button have put their voices behind the prospect of a future second British Formula One race in London, suggesting that the concept would fit alongside the existing Silverstone race well on the calendar.

Williams: 'No shame' in signing pay drivers

Williams: 'No shame' in signing pay drivers

Long-time Formula One team boss Sir Frank Williams has said that he does not feel that there is any "shame" in taking on paying drivers in modern F1, saying that the costs involved in the sport make it a requirement for many teams.

Bernie admits he may be called to court

Bernie admits he may be called to court

FOM chief Bernie Ecclestone has admitted that he may well be asked to explain himself to a court in Germany, after the conviction of former banker Gerhard Gribkowsky for accepting money from him in the Formula One 'bribery' scandal earlier on this week.

Glock fit to return for British GP

Glock fit to return for British GP

Marussia driver Timo Glock will return to action at the British Grand Prix, after the German confirmed on Thursday that he was recovering from the intestinal infection which forced him out of last weekend's European Grand Prix in Valencia.

Renault admit overheating caused failures

Renault admit overheating caused failures

The Renault F1 engine company have confirmed that overheating caused the two surprising alternator failures for Sebastian Vettel and Romain Groajean during the European Grand Prix, which forced both drivers to retire from the race.

Ecclestone backs new London GP folly

Ecclestone backs new London GP folly

F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has thrown his weight behind a Santander-backed PR stunt designed to showcase a proposal for a 'London Grand Prix' for the future, with the FOM boss suggesting that he would be happy to help fund the 'race'.

Di Resta confident of points in home race

Di Resta confident of points in home race

Force India driver Paul di Resta believes that the midfield team can continue to improve in time for his home race at the Silverstone circuit next month, after the Indian squad secured a double points finish in the European Grand Prix.

Di Montezemolo 'worried' about Red Bull

Di Montezemolo 'worried' about Red Bull

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying call to the Italian team this week despite their win in the European Grand Prix, saying that they should be "worried" of Red Bull's performance in the Valencia race.

Teams not united on customer car future

Teams not united on customer car future

Support for Bernie Ecclestone's recent suggestion that customer cars could make a return to the support in the future appears to be thin on the ground, with teams up and down the grid sounding less than enthused by the proposal.

Formula One sale 'bribe' banker jailed

Formula One sale 'bribe' banker jailed

Gerhard Gribkowsky, the former BayernLB banker on trial for corruption over the bak's sale of their stake in F1 back in 2006 in Munich, has been sentenced to 8 and a half years in prison after being found guilty in court this week.

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