Results of the British GP Heroes survey

Jim Clark turned out to be our ultimate British GP hero, thanks to his 5 home race wins and two driver’s championships. He came in just ahead of Jackie Stewart, with the pair finishing a country mile clear of Nigel Mansell who took the final place on the podium. There were a number of surprising results further down the order, with Welshman Tom Pryce finishing up in 9th place and Damon Hill amazingly failing to attract votes from any of the judges! Image source: MoneySupermarket Car Insurance

WilliamsF1 Monaco Report

Monaco GP Race

Sunday 26 May, 2013

Race Notes • Valtteri Bottas finished 12th, while Pastor Maldonado’s race ended early after an incident on lap 45. • Valtteri drove a solid race to get the most out of the FW35, finishing narrowly outside the points. • Pastor ended in the barrier after Max Chilton’s Marussia collided with him at Turn 12 which ended his race and caused the race to be red flagged. It was a heavy impact but fortunately Pastor was unharmed. Mike Coughlan, Technical Director: We planned to do a one-stop strategy with both cars today but Pastor

2013 F1 MonacoGP Results


Race result:

1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes 2:17:52.056 2. Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull +00:03.888 3. Mark Webber – Red Bull +00:06.314 4. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +00:13.894 5. Adrian Sutil – Force India +00:21.477 6. Jenson Button – McLaren +00:23.103 7. Fernando Alonso – Ferrari +00:26.734 8. Jean-Eric Vergne – Toro Rosso +00:27.223 9. Paul di Resta – Force India +00:27.608 10. Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus +00:36.582 11. Nico Hulkenberg – Sauber +00:42.572 12. Valtteri Bottas – Williams +00:42.691 13. Esteban Gutierrez – Sauber +00:43.212 14. Max Chilton –

2013 Spain Formula 1 GP Track Map

05_Spain_E_72DPI   TIMETABLE 2013 – LOCAL TIME   DATE SESSION START FINISH Thursday 9 May 2013 Press Conference 15:00 Friday 10 May 2013 Practice 1 10:00 11:30 Practice 2 14:00 15:30 Press Conference 16:00 Saturday 11 May 2013 Practice 3 11:00 12:00 Qualifying 14:00 15:00 Post Qualifying Press Conference * 15:00 Sunday 12 May 2013 Race 14:00 Post Race Press Conference * 16:00  

Ferrari to Remain Calm

All calm despite the problems of Bahrain

alo_2013_bah             Maranello, 23 April – Ferrari Press Release | Two days on from the Bahrain Grand Prix, Scuderia Ferrari’s technical team is back in Maranello, just a bit later than Stefano Domenicali and Pat Fry. The busy work programme leaves no room for either celebration or moments of disappointment, given the relentless schedule of the Formula 1 World Championship. From 10 to 12 May, the action continues with the Spanish Grand Prix at the Catalunya circuit, which means

Formula 1 drivers standings: as of Bahrain

Formula One Standings

As of: Bahrain Grand Prix +/- Points Behind Wins 1  Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull – 77 ‒ 2 2  Kimi Raikkonen – Lotus – 67 10 1 3  Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes +1 50 27 0 4  Fernando Alonso – Ferrari -1 47 30 1 5  Mark Webber – Red Bull +1 32 45 0 6  Felipe Massa – Ferrari

Fire Causes Damage to Garage at Circuit of The Americas

AUSTIN, Texas (April 18, 2013)

Circuit of The Americas today announced that a small overnight garage fire will have no impact on final preparations for the Red Bull MotoGP of The Americas, which begins tomorrow, Friday, April 19, and runs through Sunday, April 21, at the new purpose-built Grand Prix facility in Central Texas.

The fire, which was first reported at 1 a.m. CDT, was contained to Garage 4, although water and fire retardant power from the Circuit’s fire suppression system also affected parts of Garages 1, 2, 3, and

Mark, are you free to call you own last stop?

[Chinese GP press conference quotes from Mark Webber] Q: (Tony Dodgins – Motorsport News) Mark, looking back at that last race, just before the last pit stop, I think you were leading the race by about four and a half seconds if I’m right, and yet Seb had the first stop and that obviously created the situation. Are you free to call your own last stops, was it a team decision and did that surprise you? How did that arise? MW: Yeah, it was a little bit of a surprise. I think that the gaps were quite awkward, they were

WilliamsF1 Chinese GP Preview

When: Friday 12th – Sunday 14th April, 2013

Where: Shanghai, China

Round: 3 of 19

  Mike Coughlan, Technical Director: After a difficult two races we’ve been back at the factory going through the data to try to understand where we need to improve. We feel we have a better understanding of where we are and the whole team has been working hard to improve our competitiveness going into the next few races. Ultimately we are looking at a significant upgrade for the Spanish Grand Prix. The ambient conditions in China will be kinder although the weather

Did Webber consider Quitting?

Here’s Mark’s response from #ChinaGP.  “Well, first of all, I’m definitely keen to finish the season off. Obviously a lot of people were even questioning that one which was certainly not something that was in my mind. I’m definitely keen to race this year and put together a very strong campaign and challenge for more wins, and you do enough of that and some more things can happen. So that’s the first goal. The next part is yeah, year by year, that’s how it’s always been for me, so come the summer, I will talk to Dietrich (Mateschitz, Red Bull boss) and