Tag Archives: formula 1

Brazilian GP: Highlights

ESPN made ​​the rounds: the good, the bad and the surprising weekend of the Grand Prix of Brazil ran on Interlagos, nineteenth and final round of the championship in 2013. Goodbye Dear Mark: The main interest would not make too much of his last Grand Prix, but it was impossible for her fans and the paddock did not acknowledge his ... Read More »

Grosjean Goes Into High Gear

Brilliant this year, the French proved that he had the makings of a candidate for the world title in 2014. “At this stage of the season, everyone needed vacation and apparently my engine had decided to anticipate his own!” Romain Grosjean had a sense of humor Sunday. Forced to retire due to an engine failure at Interlagos , the Franco-Swiss ... Read More »

Massa Refuses To “Prostitute”

Felipe Massa told UOL Esporte he did not accept that drivers pay a team to run with it, even to compare them with prostitutes. Pay for the bucket of a car is now commonplace in Formula 1. Talent and successful pilot no longer sufficient to integrate a team in the premier class. In times of crisis, they are also likely ... Read More »

Austin, For What?

The Formula One season seems to drag on. The suspense, Sebastian Vettel was killed there a few weeks ago. To the point that one wonders what are the last two Grand Prix in Austin this weekend, then Brazil in a week. But on closer look, the Texas race has some points in its favor. The organizers of the Grand Prix ... Read More »

Little Support For Chassis Customers

The idea of ​​allowing the sale of chassis to reduce development costs of small teams is still considered, but it gets little support even among some top teams. F1 community does not come to an agreement on how best to regulate and manage the ever-increasing costs, time seems to press more to avert a crisis and the disappearance of some ... Read More »

Where He Goes It Daniil

Kvyat, he’ll have to get used to.Not Kyvat, Kvyat! He proved last year by winning the FR 2.0 Series Alps while fighting to the last round with Vandoorne for the title in the Eurocup. His speed was already impressive and Red Bull retained her confidence to race in GP3 this season, a soon-enriched rods in the new European Championship FIA ... Read More »

New Blood

Behind the untouchable Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull), en route to a fourth world title in a row, the French Romain Grosjean (Lotus), third, and German Nico Hulkenberg (Sauber), 4th, incarnated Sunday Korean GP the future of Formula 1 needs new blood. To puncture Sergio Perez (McLaren) and neutralization followed (32nd on lap 37), it is Grosjean who arranged the suspense, ... Read More »

F1-GP Of Korea Behind Vettel, Battles Galore

The duel between Ferrari and Mercedes, the ambitions of the French, the struggle between Caterham and Marussia, if German is the favorite, many questions remain unanswered. On the international circuit of South Korea , Yeongam, Sebastian Vettel holds the record for the circuit (1’35” 585 in 2010), the record in the race (1’39” 605 in 2011) and has already won ... Read More »

Sauber Request A Budget Ceiling

Monisha Kaltenborn , Sauber’s boss, returned to the charge by reiterating that Formula 1 should adopt a budget cap for the teams, under which they would be free to spend according to their priorities. The teams working on a still-fragile RRA , are unable to agree on the best way to limit spending in F1. Several teams are experiencing financial ... Read More »