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Monthly Archives: "September 2012"

McLaren ready to pay Hamilton a little more

Sep 25, 2012No Comments

McLaren has slightly upped its monetary offer in a late bid to secure Lewis Hamilton’s services for 2013, according to multiple British newspapers. The Daily

German media hits at Michael Schumacher

Sep 25, 2012No Comments

Just as the Mercedes board is set to meet on Tuesday, Michael Schumacher is the unhappy subject of an intense round of bad press in

Alonso urges Ferrari to improve the F2012

Sep 24, 2012No Comments

Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari to give him a better car to keep defending his diminishing lead in the world championship. The Spaniard saw his

Sebastian Vettel is back on the hunt

Sep 24, 2012No Comments

The Red Bull Racing driver started third on the grid behind Lewis Hamilton of McLaren-Mercedes and Williams’s Pastor Maldonado, but as both drivers saw their


Singapore GP 2012 Race – Results

Sep 23, 2012No Comments

Sebastian Vettel wins the exiting Singapore GP after another McLaren failure. Yet another exiting race started and Lewis was keeping his lead with no problems


Singapore GP 2012 Qualifying – Result...

Sep 22, 2012No Comments

Great qualifying session here in Singapore with McLaren and Lewis Hamilton stealing the pole from the overconfident Red Bull. After looking very strong in Italy


Singapore GP 2012 Practice 3 – Result...

Sep 22, 2012No Comments

Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel have done it again, third practice session of the weekend and the third P1 is making them the likely candidates


Formula 1 2013 Championship calendar leaked

Sep 22, 2012No Comments

Formula 1’s 2013 season will open in Australia on March 17 and close in Brazil on Nov. 24, according to a provisional calendar submitted to