Mon 12 Sep 2005
Morris Nunn has pretty much seen it all and done it all in motorsports. Nunn has worked with and/or owned Formula One teams, done the same in Champ Car and the Indy Racing League and now, well, maybe it might be time to play a bit more golf with...
Tue 01 Feb 2005
On January 31st it was the turn of Williams to launch its 2005 challenger and the FW27 was revealed at Valencia in Spain. As with other new cars that have been launched, the appearance of the FW27 shows the effects of the new regulations for this...
Thu 24 Nov 2005
Tue 11 Oct 2005
McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen made a superb drive to victory from near the back of the grid at the Japanese Grand Prix, overtaking the Renault of Giancarlo Fisichella for the lead on the last lap from the chequered flag. Fisichella came home second and...
Wed 19 Oct 2005
After Justin Wilson lost out to little Anthony Davidson as Alex Yoong's replacement at Minardi for two races, Jenson Button claims that shorter drivers have an unfair advantage in Formula One. Davidson is five foot three, whereas Wilson is a foot...
Fernando Alonso won the Chinese Grand Prix, leading from pole to flag, and with Giancarlo Fisichella fourth Renault celebrated its first constructors' championship as a full works team. In a race of bizarre incidents, that began even before the ...
Tue 02 Aug 2005
As the temperatures soared at the Hungarian Grand Prix, McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen took a cool victory and closed the gap to championship rival Fernando Alonso by 10 points, as Alonso failed to score. Michael Schumacher couldn't hold off Raikkonen's...
Sun 03 Apr 2005
Fernando Alonso put in a scorching lap to secure pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix, his second consecutive front of the grid start. The Renault man clocked an aggregate time of 3:01.902, nearly half a second quicker than Michael Schumacher,...
Sun 10 Jul 2005
Renault's Fernando Alonso put in a storming qualifying lap to take pole position for the British Grand Prix, snatching the top spot from title rival Kimi Raikkonen by just three hundredths of a second with a time of 1:19.905. But the McLaren man...
Sat 02 Apr 2005
Toyota third driver Ricardo Zonta put in his usual competent performance to set a fastest time of 1:31.449 in Friday's first practice session for the Bahrain Grand Prix. In what was mostly an uneventful session Michael Schumacher was second...
Sat 23 Jul 2005
McLaren third driver Alex Wurz once again claimed the top spot in the second practice session for the German Grand Prix, his time of 1:13.973 about three tenths quicker than he was in the morning. Teammate Kimi Raikkonen was six tenths astray in...
Fri 01 Apr 2005
Fri 12 Aug 2005
Thu 29 Dec 2005
It's been a busy time for McLaren recently, as the team has confirmed both Vodafone as a title sponsor and current world champion Fernando Alonso as a driver for 2007, and now the Woking squad has announced this season's DTM champion Gary Paffett...
Fri 05 Aug 2005
Thu 14 Jul 2005
It was back to work on the test track on July 13th and the Spanish circuit of Jerez was the popular location. 14 drivers from seven teams were on track for the last test before the summer ban and Toyota's Ralf Schumacher topped the times with a...
Sun 18 Sep 2005
Fri 01 Apr 2005
When Ferrari won the first few races of 2004 there was a collective groan of dismay from some fans and teams alike. In 2005, there is a sense of anticipation to see if the team that has won the first two events can do it again -- because this time...
Tue 12 Jul 2005
Juan Pablo Montoya finally took his first win of the season at the British Grand Prix after snatching the lead from pole sitter Fernando Alonso at the start. Alonso followed the McLaren to the chequered flag and Renault was happy enough with...
Fri 22 Jul 2005
As usual it was the third McLaren at the top of the time sheet in Friday's first practice session for the German Grand Prix, but this time it was Alex Wurz instead of Pedro de la Rosa. Wurz clocked a best time of 1:14.277, six tenths up on Toyota...
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