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Monthly Archives: "February 2013"


Ferrari F138 “Ok” thinks Alonso

Feb 20, 2013No Comments

After his first day at the wheel in 2013, Fernando Alonso on Tuesday had a stiff neck and a cautious round of optimism about the


Williams exhaust solution deemed illegal by...

Feb 20, 2013No Comments

F1’s governing body has told Williams its exhaust solution for the newly-launched FW35 is not legal. It was already believed a similar solution for the


Barcelona 2013 Day 1 Session 1 – Resu...

Feb 19, 2013No Comments

Nico Rosberg has put Mercedes on top of the time sheets after the first day of testing in Barcelona. The German driver was fastest on


Williams launches the FW35

Feb 19, 2013No Comments

The Williams F1 Team launched its 2013 race car the FW35, at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain today. The latest Williams is a culmination


Fry rubbishes reports of the new flawed Fer...

Feb 19, 2013No Comments

Pat Fry has contradicted reports Ferrari is heading into the 2013 season with another fundamentally-flawed formula one car. Last year, the famous Italian team had


Mercedes GP rejects push for F1 withdrawal

Feb 18, 2013No Comments

Mercedes has hit back at reports some of its shareholders want the German marque to pull out of formula one. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper


FIA awards McLaren for environmental excell...

Feb 16, 2013No Comments

McLaren Mercedes Formula 1 team has become first motor sport stakeholder in the world to receive the FIA Institute’s Environmental Award. The award is part


Formula 1 soon to be seen on pay TV only

Feb 15, 2013No Comments

More countries have followed Britain’s lead in seeing their exclusive free-to-air television coverage of formula one end. The first bombshell was last year, when the