Jenson: Williams and Sauber are faster

Jenson Button suggesting maybe even Williams and Sauber have more pace than McLaren at the moment let alone Red Bull Ferrari and Lotus

Sam Michael on McLaren Problems

Sam Michael of McLaren says that McLaren have to go home and do some homework and come back better. Other teams are bringing development quicker than us. The strategy did not work in the middle stint with the Option Tyre. We should not have been making covering moves. We should have been fighting. Our focus ...

Red Bull Hunts down Ferrari

Mark Webber chose the perfect strategy and paced his race to perfection to catch and pass Fernando Alonso in the closing stages and clinch his second British Grand Prix victory. It was the ninth win of Webber’s career and his second of 2012. It was also his second British Grand Prix win to go with ...

Webber: Win will take a while to sink in

Silverstone 2012 delivered Mark Webber’s ninth F1 victory, meaning he is the only driver other than Fernando Alonso to have celebrated two wins this year. Despite that, the Australian admits that he did not expect to be taking the chequered flag on Sunday. Webber first won the British Grand Prix in 2010, famously quoting ‘not ...

Formula 1: BBC announces its 2012 commentary team

Formula 1: BBC announces its 2012 commentary team
David Coulthard, Eddie Jordan and Jake Humphrey all remain with the BBC The BBC has revealed its Formula 1 presenting team for the 2012 season. Jake Humphrey remains as presenter, alongside chief analyst Eddie Jordan and co-commentator David Coulthard, while Ben Edwards joins as commentator. Experienced F1 car designer Gary Anderson has been recruited as ...

Mosley hits out at decision to reinstate Bahrain

Former FIA President Max Mosley has taken the same stance as Red Bull driver Mark Webber over the restored Bahrain Grand Prix, claiming the decision to set a new date for the event is a ‘mistake’. A unanimous vote at a World Motor Sport Council gathering on Friday resulted in the race being rescheduled for ...

FIA reveals 21-race calendar for 2012

Formula 1 governing body the FIA has released the first draft of the 2012 race calendar, following a World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) meeting in Barcelona on Friday. The calendar features a number of notable changes, not least that it increases in length once again to 21 races. Beginning in Bahrain and ending in Brazil ...

Mark Webber Not Happy With Bahrain Decision

Mark Webber Not Happy With Bahrain Decision
Mark’s thoughts on yesterday’s announcement to reschedule the 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix “My opinion is unchanged since I was first asked about this in late February. Even though a decision has been made, I’ll be highly surprised if the Bahrain Grand Prix goes ahead this year.” Mark Webber not happy with FIA decision Photo by: ...

Charlie Whiting: Two DRS zones in Canada and Valencia

There will be two DRS zones during the upcoming Canadian and European Grands Prix, FIA Technical Delegate Charlie Whiting has confirmed. For the race at Montreal, drivers will be allowed to use the device on the back straight after Turn 10 and once again along the pit-straight, while in Valencia the zones will be placed ...

Vettel studying Webber’s overlay data hard

Interesting to see Vettel studying Webber’s overlay data hard today. McLaren solid quali trim +Ferrari good on race run but Red Bull immense