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Michelin ready for the Formula 1 return

Aug 26, 2013No Comments

Michelin has confirmed it is poised to return to formula one. The sport’s existing tyre supplier, Pirelli, has said a 2014 tender at this late


Michelin eyeing F1 return – Eccleston...

Aug 25, 2013No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports from Spa-Francorchamps this week that Michelin wants to return to formula one. “They do want to get back in,” the


New Jersey race will not be on Formula 1 20...

Aug 24, 2013No Comments

Plans to take formula one to New Jersey are in tatters, as Bernie Ecclestone confirmed a race amid the Manhattan skyline will not happen in


Pirelli investigates Vettel and Alonso̵...

Aug 23, 2013No Comments

Pirelli says the tyre issues Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso had during second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix had nothing to do with the


Sirotkin signs 2014 Sauber contract

Aug 23, 2013No Comments

Sergey Sirotkin has finally signed a real contract to race a Sauber in 2014. Before the Russian teen’s visit to Hinwil this week, Sirotkin’s race


Kovalainen thinking of Formula 1 return

Aug 23, 2013No Comments

Heikki Kovalainen has returned to the F1 headlines. Caterham announced on Thursday that the team’s former race driver will appear for morning practice at Spa


Next few races to determine 2013 title outc...

Aug 23, 2013No Comments

The 2014 season may be hogging the headlines, but arguably more important is the imminent battle for this year’s world title. After his dominance from


Formula 1 teams prepare for new tyre suppli...

Aug 21, 2013No Comments

Formula one teams are braced for the “curveball” of an all-new tyre supplier for 2014. That was the admission on Wednesday of McLaren’s managing director