Tue 21 May 2013
Mon 20 May 2013
Paddy Lowe: "I have worked closely with Mercedes-Benz for almost 20 years and deeply admire the company's phenomenal commitment to Formula One."
BMW's motor sport boss Jens Marquardt said they are pleased with current racing programme and not looking into F1
Bernie Ecclestone thinks BMW might follow Honda's comeback to F1 and Toyota's spokesman told they have no plans to return to the grid
Paul di Resta thinks Ferrari is very strong this season and tips Alonso to win this years championship.
Fri 17 May 2013
Seven teams are balking at the price for new V6 engines demanded for 2014, according to German newspaper Bild
Thu 16 May 2013
The United Kingdom-based FIA Formula One team made the official announcement from their headquarters in Woking that they indeed will challenge for the 2014 world championship with Honda.
According to Sports Illustrated, Fernando Alonso is third by earnings among sportsmans with his estimated $42 million.
Wed 15 May 2013
Bernie Ecclestone plans to meet with Renault chairman Carlos Ghosn to settle the sport truck (motor home) issue that occurred in the Spanish Grand Prix paddock.
It does appear that the German prosecutors have officially charged Bernie Ecclestone per the Suddeutsche Zeitung newspaper
Tue 14 May 2013
Pirelli’s motorsport director Paul Hembery: "Pirelli will provide the teams with a new range of tyres mixing the stability of 2012 and the performance of 2013"
Christian Horner: "The purpose of Toro Rosso is to develop drivers and make them candidates for Red Bull, just as Sebastian Vettel did."
Hembery is now stepping up the pressure on the teams to agree to some hot weather winter testing in the Middle East for early 2014.
The bosses of the Formula One teams are not on the same side when it comes to the 2013 Pirelli tyres even with the recent changes.
The passengers on flight D7 237 from Perth to Kuala Lumpur recently were greeted by a new "red hot" crew member!
Mon 13 May 2013
FIA officials let Alonso off without penalty for breaching of a regulation about "receiving an object"
Sun 12 May 2013
Sat 11 May 2013
Felipe Massa was sixth fastest in the final Formula One qualifying segment but he will now start the Spanish GP from ninth. Esteban Gutierrez lost three positions.
Mercedes’ drivers seal the front row for the Formula One grand prix on Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.
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