It was revealed today by Indian television broadcaster NDTV, that the inaugural i1Super Series has been cancelled until 2013.
Fledgling Indian motorsport series, the i1 Super Series, hit another hitch today, with a two-month postponement due to local district elections.
Former Grand Prix race winner, Giancarlo Fisichella, is confident he can make a mark in the inaugural i1 Super Series, which starts later this month in Malaysia.
With the inaugural Indian Grand now just a few days away, the circuit in Greater Noida on the outskirts of Delhi is essentially completed.
In the quick turn 8 and 9 chicane at the vast Nurburgring circuit in Germany stands the marooned Karun Chandhok. A difficult weekend for the Indian has seen him lock up and / or spin on numerous occasions as he struggles to get used to brakes that simply won't get used to him. Although Chandhok … Continue reading Picture of the Day #007
On a cold morning at the Nurburgring, Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time in final practice for the German Grand Prix.
Following several lacklustre seasons, the GP2 Asia Series has finally been merged into the Main Series.
Mark Webber topped the opening practice session for the European Grand Prix at Valencia.
Mark Webber set the quickest time in the opening practice session this morning in Melbourne.
Williams always take talent over money, yet when Pastor Maldonado was revealed as the second driver at Williams there was a collective groan across F1-fandom - they'd taken the money instead of retaining the hot talent. It was expected, but not well received.
Several weeks ago, I posted a review of Formula 1's Championship challengers. Now, as the New Year bell's approach, it's about time that I finally get to the rest of the field.
Not content with topping the timing sheets on Wednesday, Swiss driver Fabio Leimer registered the fastest laps at today’s GP2 test as well. Running with Rapax squad, Leimer had a trouble free day, completing 38 laps over the course of the session. He topped Josef Král in his Arden machine in the morning (by 0.026 … Continue reading GP2 Winter Test (Yas Marina, November 27th)
There are times when the attention of the media and Formula 1 team bosses wander, as their eyes capture a precocious new talent coming into focus. These moments, when a new young hero makes themselves known to the paddock is often the same time an ageing animal begins to fall from view. It is the sport changing its guard.
Over the weekend, sidelined Hispania Racing man, Karun Chandhok, took the Red Bull RB5 to the track at the grand opening of the new Korean Grand Prix circuit at Yeongam in South Jeolia. There have been many worries over the web that the track may not be finished in time for the first race weekend … Continue reading First Laps of the Korean Grand Prix Circuit
1st Practice A wet and miserable Hockenheim circuit on Friday morning produced a surprising amount of on track running during the first session as teams clambered to pick up as much data as possible during the sodden opening practice. The rain had actually arrived during the week as even the medical and safety cars had … Continue reading 2010 German Grand Prix (Hockenheimring, Round 11, Jul 23rd)
Just as he replaced Bruno senna at Silverstone last weekend, Hispania Racing reserve driver Sakon Yamamoto will be sitting in for Karun Chandhok at Hockenheimring next week. A statement from the Spanish squad said that "after Sakon [Yamamoto] gave a very positive performance in Silverstone, the team has decided to give the Japanese driver another … Continue reading Hispania Racing’s Musical Chairs
It was hot and it was humid for the first day of the British Grand Prix at the revamped Silverstone circuit. As the 2010 Formula 1 season crosses the halfway point, the battle up front is just as hot, if not more so than the oppressive sun above. Friday As with most sessions this season, … Continue reading 2010 British Grand Prix (Silverstone, Round 10, July 9th – 11th)
Being a street circuit, Valencia only actually gets used once a year and as it is in the city's harbour, the track generally finds itself coated in large swathes of dust and dirt. Unfortunately, this tends not to clear over the course of a whole weekend, meaning that the first two European Grand Prix have … Continue reading 2010 European Grand Prix (Valencia, Round 9, June 25th – 27th)
2009 was the first time in over twenty years that Formula 1 did not visit North America and for all concerned, it was a mistake - not only did it leave the teams and manufacturers worried about an increasingly ignored market, it left the many fans in North America without a race in a 2000-mile … Continue reading 2010 Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal, Round 8, June 11th-13th)
When the gates open at Istanbul Park circuit on Friday morning for first practice, a few anticipated that the attendance would be fairly low, but I wonder how many would have guessed so few would be in the grandstands during the day. So bare were the viewing areas, it would be impossible to ignore the … Continue reading 2010 Turkish Grand Prix (Istanbul, Round 7, May 28th-30th)