Category Archives: Formula1

Schumacher Five Months Later

Michael Schumacher is still in a coma for more than five months after the accident occurred at Meribel ski on December 29. No information on the evolution of the health of the seven-time world champion is published on 4 April. A silence which greatly worries the former F1 doctor Gary Hartstein. The days, weeks and months pass without any glimmer of ... Read More »

Frame A Ceiling Absolutely Feasible

Monisha Kaltenborn, the owner of Sauber, rejects the argument that the supervision of a budget cap in F1 would be an impossible task. Last Thursday, the leaders of the 11 teams tray met with representatives of the FIA (International Automobile Federation) and FOM (Formula One Management) to discuss the cost reduction in Formula 1. Stables small and medium size repeat ... Read More »

Todt Quiet Game Engine

The FIA ​​president wants to give time for reflection to initiate change. In Bahrain, however, he called to order Sebastian Vettel after his media outlet in Malaysia. For the first time this season, Jean Todt attended last weekend at a Grand Prix Formula 1. The President of the FIA ​​(International Automobile Federation), could not escape questions from journalists on the ... Read More »

Hamilton As The Parade

Lewis Hamilton has again dominated discussions in Bahrain during a second free practice session played at night. Briton Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), already best time of the 1st meeting, set the fastest time in the second free practice of the Bahrain Grand Prix Formula 1 Friday on the Sakhir circuit near Manama meeting. In 1’34” 325, Hamilton, winner last Sunday at ... Read More »

Bahrain GP Target Events

The formation of the powerful Shiite opposition in Bahrain, Al-Wefaq, has called for demonstrations Friday near Manama at the Grand Prix Formula 1 as more radical group called on his supporters to march in the capital. Bahrain, a small Gulf countries led by the Sunni Al-Khalifa dynasty, is shaken in February 2011 by a protest movement led by the Shiite ... Read More »

F1 Lewis Hamilton Already A Candidate For The World Title

By winning the Malaysian Grand Prix Formula 1 Sunday on the Sepang circuit, especially in showing a total control from start to finish, Lewis Hamilton has outweighed its abandonment in Melbourne and poses serious candidate for World 2014. The British had surprised everyone by starting at Mercedes-AMG at the end of the 2012 season. He was then looking for a ... Read More »

Schumacher The Rant Of His Family

After sensational and alarming statements of Dr. Gary Hartstein on his blog, the clan Schumacher broke his silence. Sabine Kehm has given news of Michael Schumacher, placed in a coma for three months, and pushed a rant against the former doctor of F1. Finally, after a flurry of rumors and reports, everyone expected the response Sabine Khem. Since the accident ... Read More »

Kevin Magnussen As A Victory

Kevin Magnussen shined in his first F1 race on Sunday in Melbourne. A third place that fully meets the McLaren driver, and ideally launches its season. Kevin Magnussen (McLaren – 3rd): “It is not a victory but it’s a victory. The team had a difficult season and she really wanted to return to the top. Everyone worked hard for it ... Read More »

F1 Mercedes Wants To Celebrate Its 120th Anniversary In Style Competition

The Mercedes AMG stable, great favorite of the Australian Grand Prix Formula 1 Sunday for the opening of the 2014 season, did everything this winter to be able to triumphantly celebrate its 120 years of competition. The first exit victorious, a Daimler engine competition was to frame the Paris-Rouen race (126 km) of 22 July 1894, won a tie at ... Read More »

Renault Is Serious Doctor

F1 season opens next weekend in Melbourne at the Australian Grand Prix. If all the teams arrive with an unknown part due to a complex rule change, powered by Renault teams are most in need. Firm the diamond she manage to rectify in time? The debut season of Red Bull, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham depend largely. J-4 before the ... Read More »