F1 News 1999-10-01

Half tickets unsold in Malaysia The organisers of the Malaysian Grand Prix at Kuala Lumpur have revealed that half of the 90,000 tickets available are still unsold with just 2 weeks to go to the race. The tickets range from $10 to $368. Naomi...

Half tickets unsold in Malaysia

The organisers of the Malaysian Grand Prix at Kuala Lumpur have revealed that half of the 90,000 tickets available are still unsold with just 2 weeks to go to the race. The tickets range from $10 to $368.

Naomi and Flavio no more

It has been reported that the romance between Supertec boss Flavio Briatore and Naomi Campbell is no more. Briatore was described by a friend as having been "exhanusted by having Naomi [run] over his life like a bulldozer" and that recently the relationship had "turned to ice".

BMW set testing date

BMW have announced they will start testing at the A1 Ring on October 8th for 4 days. The version of the V10 to be tested is the model that next seasons engine will be based on.

Schumacher backs Irvine again

Michael Schumacher is now backing Eddie Irvine for the championship again. "They are humans and not robots, and as a result make mistakes. In Malaysia, Ferrari will be very strong strong and if Eddie doens't make any mistake he has a good chance of taking the title. The competition is still open, we saw the mistakes of McLaren, Hakkinen is not sure of himself and has made a lot of blunders. Because of this I strongly believe that Ferrari still has all the chances"

-- Stephen M Baines http://www.motorsport.org.uk

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Eddie Irvine , Michael Schumacher
Teams Ferrari , McLaren