Bruno Senna on Thursday declared himself fully fit, a day after media reports revealed the Brazilian suffered burns to his back in Singapore last weekend.
News of the burns followed his retirement on the last lap of the arduous city night race, shortly after the KERS unit in his Williams car failed. Read more... (126 words, estimated 30 secs reading time)
Michael Schumacher should have immediately admitted his mistake after crashing Jean-Eric Vergne out of the recent Singapore grand prix according to Niki Lauda.
Despite apologising to Frenchman Vergne, Schumacher said immediately after the incident that he suspected it was caused by a technical problem with his Mercedes. Read more... (202 words, estimated 48 secs reading time)
Bruno Senna suffered burns to his back in last Sunday’s Singapore grand prix, the Williams team has revealed.
The Brazilian driver retired from the night race on the last lap, several laps after the KERS unit failed in his FW34 car. Read more... (97 words, estimated 23 secs reading time)
Daniel Ricciardo is confident he will stay in Formula One if he keeps good results coming in 2012.
The rookie 23-year-old’s ninth place in Singapore was his third such foray into the points since debuting for Toro Rosso in his native Australia in March. The Red Bull-owned team ousted its race drivers Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari at the end of last season. Read more... (121 words, estimated 29 secs reading time)
Just as the Mercedes board is set to meet on Tuesday, Michael Schumacher is the unhappy subject of an intense round of bad press in his native Germany. Read more... (252 words, estimated 1:00 mins reading time)
F1 is staying on Singapore’s streets, with a touted move to a bespoke circuit near the city-state’s Changhi airport now off the table, according to Speed Week.
Last weekend, just ahead of the fifth highly popular grand prix under Singapore’s dark skies, it was announced that F1 is staying put at least until 2017. Read more... (226 words, estimated 54 secs reading time)
Stewards have chosen not to penalise Sebastian Vettel for his so-called ‘erratic’ driving under the first Safety Car period during the Singapore Grand Prix. Read more... (156 words, estimated 37 secs reading time)
Michael Schumacher has been handed a 10 place grid-slot penalty for the upcoming race in Suzuka for his accident with Jean-Eric Vergne during the Singapore Grand Prix. Read more... (118 words, estimated 28 secs reading time)
Mark Webber has been handed a post-race penalty meaning the Australian driver loses the one point he won at the Singapore Grand Prix. Read more... (79 words, estimated 19 secs reading time)
Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari to give him a better car to keep defending his diminishing lead in the world championship.
The Spaniard saw his 37-point lead become 29 on Sunday, as Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel won under the Singapore lights. Alonso, despite going into the race weekend with high hopes, could manage just third place at the chequered flag, having qualified fifth. Read more... (217 words, estimated 52 secs reading time)