F1: Red Bull drivers tried brand new Indian GP track on simulator

F1: Red Bull drivers tried brand new Indian GP track on simulator
Mark Webber: “We have completed some good simulator work, but in terms of the kerbs and other subtle final details, these will obviously come into place right at the end, so I’d say we have an 85% understanding of what the track is going to be like. Webber and Vettel had a taste the Buddh ...

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 ...

‘Indian GP reason for Karthikeyan F1 return’

This year’s inaugural Indian Grand Prix is playing a crucial role in the Formula 1 comeback of Narain Karthikeyan, according to principal sponsor and car manufacturer Tata, which is India’s largest company. Karthikeyan is back in Formula 1 after a five-season absence 2011 sees Karthikeyan return to the sport for Hispania Racing after last being ...

Bahraini marshals to work at Indian GP

The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) has revealed that, for the country’s maiden Formula 1 Grand Prix this October, some 110 Bahraini race marshals will be recruited in order to sustain that the event runs smoothly. Construction work continues in India ahead of its first F1 race On the 20-race calendar of ...

Dates for your 2011 Formula 1 race calendar

March 13, Bahrain March 27, Australia April 10, Malaysia April 17, China May 8, Turkey May 22, Spain May 29, Monaco June 12, Canada June 26, Europe (Valencia) July 10 Great Britain July 24, Germany July 31, Hungary August 28, Belgium September 11, Italy September 25, Singapore October 9, Japan October 16, Korea October 30, ...

Max Mosley: Two or three teams could go in 2011

Former FIA President Max Mosley has warned Formula One’s powers-that-be that much more needs to be done to cut costs and he has predicted that two or three teams could quit in 2011 unless something is done to address the issue. Mosley has long campaigned for commonsense when it comes to team expenditure and while ...