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May 2012

Alonso remains highest-paid F1 driver

Alonso remains highest-paid F1 driver

According to a new report this week, Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso is the highest-paid driver on the current Formula One grid, in terms of basic salary, with the Spanish driver earning nearly double the money of his nearest rival.

 

Fernandes 'on a high' after Monaco result

Fernandes 'on a high' after Monaco result

Caterham team boss Tony Fernandes has said that Heikki Kovalainen's 13th place finish in the Monaco GP has left him "on a high", saying that it was important for the team to have got themselves back into the top ten in the constructors championship.

New Jersey race still "on schedule"

New Jersey race still

Organisers of the planned 2013 New Jersey Grand Prix have again insisted that their race is still on track for next year, despite further comments from Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone suggesting that the race was in doubt.

Bernie: KERS boost should be scrapped

Bernie: KERS boost should be scrapped

Formula One oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has said that the sport should do away with the current Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems, saying that the powerboost technology is a largely pointless and costly addition to the sport.

Webber denies 'back up' Monaco tactics

Webber denies 'back up' Monaco tactics

Red Bull driver Mark Webber has insisted that he did not partake in any team tactics at the Monaco Grand Prix, denying that he was casually backing up the chasing pack to try and elevate late-stopping team mate Sebastian Vettel up the order.

Vettel: I don't want to leave Red Bull

Vettel: I don't want to leave Red Bull

Double world champion Sebastian Vettel has issued an apparent 'get away from me' message to the rest of the Formula One grid, saying that he cannot imagine driving for another team aside from Red Bull Racing in his future.

Maldonado penalty was 'understandable'

Maldonado penalty was 'understandable'

Williams chief operations engineer Mark Gillan has said that Pastor Maldonado's grid penalty for the Monaco Grand Prix last weekend was "understandable", adding that his clash with Sergio Perez was both "avoidable and disappointing".

Grosjean 'has the right' to make errors

Grosjean 'has the right' to make errors

Lotus team boss Eric Boullier has said that while he is disappointed at the latest early race crash for Romain Grosjean in Monaco, the young Frenchman still "has the right" to make some mistakes in his first full season in the sport.

Mexico GP nearing 2013 deal - report

Mexico GP nearing 2013 deal - report

A fresh report from the Spanish media has suggested that the Mexican Grand Prix could be set to return to the Formula One calendar from the 2013 season, with a deal reportedly agreed in principle with FOM chief Bernie Ecclestone.

Whitmarsh: 2012 is 'enthralling season'

Whitmarsh: 2012 is 'enthralling season'

McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has again jumped to the defence of Formula One's current crazy topsy-turvy pecking order, saying that the fans wanted to see more unpredictability in the sport like in 2012 so far.

Ferrari send staff home following quake

Ferrari send staff home following quake

The Ferrari Formula One team suspended work at their headquarters in Maranello on Tuesday morning, following a significant earthquake in the northern Italian region, though the building itself was not affected by the incident.

Rosberg confident in revised W03 car

Rosberg confident in revised W03 car

Nico Rosberg believes that the Mercedes team are "looking good" in the 2012 championship fight, after the team successfully ran what was described as an 'almost B-spec' version of their W03 car at the Monaco Grand Prix weekend.

Button: Fans will soon tire of bonkers F1

Button: Fans will soon tire of bonkers F1

McLaren driver Jenson Button has warned that Formula One fans will eventually become turned off by the current mixed-up pecking order in the sport, despite F1 currently enjoying its most open start to a season in its history.

Bernie again hints at expanded calendar

Bernie again hints at expanded calendar

F1 oligarch Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that the new Concorde Agreement currently being signed by the teams does contain a clause to allow to expansion of the sport's calendar beyond the current unofficial 20 race limit. 

Monaco was a 'turning point' for Massa

Monaco was a 'turning point' for Massa

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes that troubled driver Felipe Massa reached a "turning point" in his season at the Monaco Grand Prix, with the Brazilian driver securing his best finish of 2012 so far at the street track.

FIA seek speedy solution to 'hole' issue

FIA seek speedy solution to 'hole' issue

Formula One's governing body will look to make a final decision on the legality of the contentious 'holes' in the floor of the Red Bull car in the next few days, suggesting that there is a gray area to be cleared up in the rules.

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