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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 »

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 »

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 »

Vettel Finally Sees The Light

If he was still far better times, Sebastian Vettel could lap after lap in the final session of the winter testing season at the wheel of a Red Bull finally reliable. Failing to be efficient, Sebastian Vettel at least reassured his team on the reliability of his Red Bull. Sunday at the Sakhir circuit, the quadruple world champion certainly did ... Read More »

Hot Shot At Renault

Fire broke out on the cars of Renault engines stables Lotus F1 Caterham Friday in Bahrain. Red Bull, things are slowly improving, but the situation remains worrying. At 48 hours of the close of winter testing, the situation of teams powered by hybrid turbo V6 Renault is grim. Day Friday on the Sakhir circuit has again been marked by new ... Read More »

A Small Eight Grosjean

Like the cars equipped with engine Renault, Romain Grosjean began timidly testing in Bahrain covering only eight laps. No ceremony, no photo shoot Wednesday morning. For the first appearance in this year’s tests E22 (the team was not present at Jerez in late January), Lotus F1 has discretion. Driving a car displaying a surprising dual snout (one of the two ... Read More »

Red Bull Still Stalled

Thursday, the world champions still have been a major reliability problems with the Renault engine in a once dominated by cars powered by Mercedes session again. Engineers at Renault F1 going to have cut out from next week. Three days of testing at Jerez (there is a meeting Friday) showed that French bloc suffered recurring reliability problems. All teams who ... Read More »

Michael Schumacher, Risk Appetite

Michael Schumacher, aka “The Red Baron”, has long been the undisputed master tracks of Formula 1, where he made his reign aggression and arrogance. After definitely left his tub “Silver Arrow”, a Mercedes in November 2012 on a 7th place in Sao Paulo (Brazil) for his 308th Grand Prix, “Schumi” was a time considered a new career in the rodeo. ... Read More »