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Hamilton looks to build bridges with apologies for Monaco outburst

Racing drivers very rarely say sorry, especially the really competitive ones who regard winning as their birthright. Senna, Schumacher and the like rarely used the 'S' word. Schumacher was asked to on numerous occasions, but only …

30 May 2011   |  11:41 pm GMT  |  380 comments
Fernandes: Team Lotus don’t need to change the chassis name

Tony Fernandes says that following the judgement delivered last Friday on the Lotus vs Team Lotus row, he has no need to change his chassis name, as his rivals claim. The judge in the High Court …

30 May 2011   |  12:59 pm GMT  |  37 comments
Sauber: Perez shunt reminded me of Karl Wendlinger

After his ferocious accident yesterday, Sergio Perez was due to spend the night in hospital under observation, as doctors assess the concussion he suffered in particular. He escaped without any broken bones. The incident was particularly …

29 May 2011   |  8:28 am GMT  |  27 comments
Hamilton loses qualifying time and criticises team tactics

Lewis Hamilton has had his time from Q3 deleted by the stewards in Monaco as he missed the chicane. And speaking to TV reporters after the session he appeared to criticise his engineers for putting …

28 May 2011   |  6:11 pm GMT  |  157 comments
Team Lotus to stay in F1, for now

The High Court in London has ruled that Tony Fernandes' Team Lotus does have the right to use the Team Lotus name in F1. Group Lotus has indicated that it is likely to appeal and the …

27 May 2011   |  3:09 pm GMT  |  67 comments
Briatore questions if Red Bull are supplying equal cars

Flavio Briatore is at large in the Monaco paddock, his larger than life boat, Force Blue is moored in the harbour and he's got some things to say about the current F1 scene. Currently still serving …

27 May 2011   |  11:41 am GMT  |  104 comments
Newey offers insight into why FIA exhaust ban was suspended

Buried deep in the transcript of yesterday's FIA press conference at Monaco is an explanation from Red Bull's Adrian Newey of why the FIA had to row back on the off-throttle exhaust ban they tried …

27 May 2011   |  11:02 am GMT  |  54 comments
The joy of Monaco

The sun is shining, the harbour is full of big boats and the competition looks very exciting this weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix. You can tell that the drivers are really pumped up about …

26 May 2011   |  5:01 pm GMT  |  21 comments
The real story behind the FIA’s exhaust clampdown

Yesterday's volte face by the FIA on the exhaust blown diffusers has sent out some confused messages to fans about what's going on behind the scenes. I've been in touch with engineers and with the FIA …

18 May 2011   |  2:06 pm GMT  |  145 comments
Gascoyne: Lotus updates for Spain worth a second a lap

Team Lotus chief technical officer Mike Gascoyne believes that the updates on its car, which will be rolled out in Spain this weekend, will be worth "about a second (per lap)". Although no teams stand still …

18 May 2011   |  6:24 am GMT  |  58 comments
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