Next season will see the GP2 Series expand its horizons with trips to Asia and the Middle East alongside its traditional European rounds, while GP3 schedule looks to keeping eight rounds should an event at Monaco be approved.
With Formula 1’s first visit to India now in the books, the pack shuffle on to Abu Dhabi and Brazil for the final two events of the year. Not that it was noticed, things other than the Grand Prix occurred over the course of the weekend.
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
Following several lacklustre seasons, the GP2 Asia Series has finally been merged into the Main Series.
Just over two weeks ago, Formula One fans across the globe were treated to a spectacle. How deflating it must have been for a curious viewer to switch onto the sport as the World Championship arrived in Valencia.
What an incredible weekend for motorsport. A great deal of which was snuggled up in front of the television, while trying to rid myself of a cold and a bad back.
If one reads and watches enough science fiction, it is possible that a person could chance upon several different explanations and definitions of déjà vu.
Following the reinstatement of the Bahrain Grand Prix on Friday, Formula 1 cannot ignore the potential trouble that comes with it.
Yesterday, the FIA released a controversial provisional calendar for the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship. As well as being reinstated for later this year, the Bahrain Grand Prix will retake its position as the season opener next March. The following week will see the Grand Prix circus make the long, long trip to Melbourne.Sepang and … Continue reading Formula 1 Expands its 2012 Calendar
Amidst all the noise regarding the reinstated Bahrain Grand Prix, Robert Wickens was announced Virgin Racing's news reserve driver.
There are times when motorsport makes me feel sick to my stomach and today is one of those days.
Once the second and third rounds of the 2011 GP2 Asia season were cancelled, the series was in a lurch.
With the test at Bahrain cancelled and the opening race postponed, Formula 1 has been rather shy in the news for the last seven days or so and was facing yet another week out of the spotlight.
With yesterday's confirmation that the Bahrain Grand Prix has been postponed, the 2011 Formula 1 calendar is back down to nineteen races. But what next?
Felipe Massa headed the final day of running at the third pre-season test in Barcelona.
On the penultimate day of running at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Mercedes pilot, Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets ahead of Renault’s Vitaly Petrov.
There are times when entertainment is inappropriate and the current situation in Bahrain is one of those moments.
The second round of the 2011 GP2 Asia Series has been called off at the request of the Bahrain Motorsport Federation.
With the first Feature Race of the 2011 GP2 Asia Series only a few of hours away, how timely would it be for a very quick season preview? Of course, when writing "season", I realise that this year's Asia Championship only contains three rounds - once this weekend at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu … Continue reading 2011 GP2 Asia Series Preview
Ferrari's Felipe Massa made the best of the opening day's test at Jerez in southern Spain. The Brazilian clocked up 101 laps over the course of the morning and afternoon, with a best of 1:20.709.