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March 2012

Horner: No issue with Vettel 'frustration'

Horner: No issue with Vettel 'frustration'

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes that Sebastian Vettel's angry reaction to Narain Karthikeyan after the Malaysian Grand Prix was simply a sign of "frustration", saying that he did not blame his driver for his rant.

 

Karthikeyan signals desire to end Vet spat

Karthikeyan signals desire to end Vet spat

HRT Formula One driver Narain Karthikeyan has said that he has been "amazed" by the reaction to his on-track clash with Sebastian Vettel in Malaysia, but says that it is time to call an end to recriminations and focus on the future.

No French race return confirmation yet

No French race return confirmation yet

French prime minister Francois Fillon has confirmed that the French government is "working on" returning the race to the Formula One calendar in the near future, but did not confirm the race's revival as reports had predicted on Friday.

Luca: Shock win must be starting point

Luca: Shock win must be starting point

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has said that the team should do all they can to ensure that their win in the Malaysian GP is not an "isolated" moment of success in the 2012 season, saying that the team now needed to push on.

Pirelli sign Algie as second tyre tester

Pirelli sign Algie as second tyre tester

Former Scuderia Toro Rosso driver Jaime Alguersuari will join the Pirelli testing team alongside fellow ex-F1 driver Lucas di Grassi for their work developing their 2013 tyre compounds, the Italian tyre company confirmed on Friday.

Sutil withdraws appeal over GBH charge

Sutil withdraws appeal over GBH charge

Former Formula One driver Adrian Sutil has withdrawn his appeal against his conviction for assaulting Lotus co-owner Eric Lux in a Chinese nightclub last year, saying that he now wanted to put the whole situation behind him.

Findia still confident on fifth place push

Findia still confident on fifth place push

The Force India team still believe that they can match their pre-season aim of a top five finish in the constructors championship, despite a relatively poor start to the season in the opening two races for the Indian squad.

Massa "hurt" by poor start to new season

Massa

Ferrari driver Felipe Massa has admitted that it "hurts" to have failed to score a single point in his two races so far, amidst mounting media pressure on the Brazilian driver following two poor performances in Australia and Malaysia.

Trulli was 'coming to the end of his time'

Trulli was 'coming to the end of his time'

Caterham team boss Tony Fernandes has said that Italian driver Jarno Trulli was reaching the "end of his time" in the sport last season, saying that the team opted to replace him with "new talent" in Russian driver Jarno Trulli.

'Cry baby' Vettel defended by other drivers

'Cry baby' Vettel defended by other drivers

Sebastian Vettel has received some words of understanding from some of his fellow Formula One drivers, after he was labelled a "cry baby" by HRT driver Narain Karthikeyan over his reaction to their on-track collision in Malaysia.

Button would welcome Alonso pairing

Button would welcome Alonso pairing

Despite insisting that it is "exciting" to be racing alongside Lewis Hamilton at McLaren, Jenson Button has said that he would welcome the chance to prove himself by going head-to-head with Fernando Alonso in the same car.

French GP return to be confirmed - report

French GP return to be confirmed - report

According to reports on Thursday, the French Grand Prix's return to the Formula One calendar could be confirmed this week, with the country's prime minister Francois Fillon set to travel to the Paul Ricard track on Friday.

Fernandes: Midfield place not impossible

Fernandes: Midfield place not impossible

Caterham team owner Tony Fernandes has said that it is "not beyond the realms of possibility" to imagine his F1 squad breaking into the midfield squabble in the grid later this year, despite starting 2012 near the back of the pack again.

Haug: Mercedes do have a good car

Haug: Mercedes do have a good car

Mercedes motorsport chief Norbert Haug has said that it is "not true" to say that the new Mercedes W03 is another mild shambles of a car, despite the team's tyre degradation issues so far in the 2012 Formula One season.

Abu Dhabi hope to keep young driver test

Abu Dhabi hope to keep young driver test

The Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi would be "disappointed" to lose the right to host the Young Driver Test in 2012, amidst reports that the teams are considering switching the test to a Silverstone date in the middle of the season.

Bernie: Bahrain decision 'not financial'

Bernie: Bahrain decision 'not financial'

FOM oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has said that the financial side of the ongoing Bahrain GP issue has "nothing to do with" his commitment to seeing the race go ahead, saying that he was still sure the event would go ahead without a problem.

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