Monthly Archive: March 2008

Mar 31

FIA President making no comment over tabloid newspaper claims

He is believed to be taking legal action for breach of privacy

Max Mosley is said to be taking legal action against one of Britain’s leading tabloid newspapers for breach of privacy – after it printed a story about him allegedly being involved in a ‘sado-masochistic orgy’. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Mosley caught in racist sex scandal

“I find it difficult to believe” Bernie Ecclestone

A spokesman for F1′s governing body says FIA president Max Mosley is consulting with lawyers after he was alleged to be at the centre of a racist sex scandal. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Williams F1 Bahrain Grand Prix preview

 Sakhir circuit hosts the third round

Formula One moves from the Far East to the Middle East this week as Bahrain’s state-of-the-art Sakhir circuit hosts the third round of the 2008 Formula One World Championship and the last of the season-opening long haul races this Sunday, 6th April.

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Mar 31

Qi-Meritus.Mahara confident ahead of fourth round of GP2 Asia Series

The Bahrain circuit poses unique challenges  

Qi-Meritus.Mahara heads to the fourth round of the GP2 Asia Series in Bahrain next week in confident and determined mood.

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Mar 31

Force India Formula One Team Bahrain Grand Prix preview

The big F1 circus moves to Bahrain next weekend

After a gruelling Far Eastern double header in Australia and Malaysia, the Force India Formula One Team now travels to the Middle East for the third event of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Bahrain Grand Prix. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

BMW Sauber F1 – Interview with Mario Theissen

Taking a bold concept leap has paid off

An recent interview with Mario Thiessen Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Frédéric Vervisch wins Asian Formula 3 Championship and F1 Test with Force India

Frédéric Vervisch is the Champion!

A Formula 1 test; which young racing driver doesn’t dream about it? Frédéric Vervisch will see his dream coming true after winning the Asian Formula 3 title. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Whitmarsh: We’ve dealt with wheel-nut problem

McLaren chief confident of error-free Bahrain race

McLaren CEO Martin Whitmarsh is confident that the team have done all they can to prevent a repeat of the wheel-gun failure that cost Lewis Hamilton a podium finish in Malaysia. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Button: Points not yet within our grasp

British hero rules out a desert points-haul in Bahrain

Jenson Button has admitted that Honda will hard-pressed to score points at next week’s Bahrain Grand Prix despite an impressive showing from the Honda RA108 in the opening races of the 2008 season. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Misfortune ruins New SunTrust Car’s debut

At Gainsco Grand Prix of Miami (Round 2 of 14)

The story of this weekend’s much-anticipated debut of the all-new No. 10 SunTrust Pontiac Dallara of Wayne Taylor Racing was shaping up quite nicely. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Pedrosa supreme for Spanish home win

He received his trophy from the King of Spain

Dani Pedrosa let his riding do the talking at Jerez on Sunday, when the Repsol Honda star delivered a faultless home victory in front of 130,000 fans – then received his trophy from the King of Spain. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

Atkinson scoops another podium for Subaru

His third podium from the four rallies run this season

Chris Atkinson of the Subaru World Rally Team finished Rally Argentina in second position yesterday. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31

The Ferrari Challenge twice in Quebec in 2008

Fans of the Ferrari Challenge will be spoiled…

It is now confirmed, the Challenge is returning to Quebec for two racing programs.

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Mar 31

Conquest Racing’s Franck Perera Top Rookie

In IndyCar Series Opener at Homestead

It was quite a learning experience for the Conquest Racing pair of Enrique Bernoldi (#36 Opes Prime/Sangari Dallara/Honda/Firestone) and Franck Perera (#34 ARES/Opes Prime Dallara/Honda/Firestone) in their first oval race. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 30

WRC Argentina: Loeb’s done it! (+results)

Sebastien relieved to reach finish 
 
Sebastien Loeb brought his Citroen C4WRC through the waterlogged final stage of the rally to secure his fourth consecutive Rally Argentina win. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 30

Strong race outing for Spirit of Daytona at Homestead, Camirand 25th

Performance continues to pick up pace for Daytona Prototype entry

Spirit of Daytona Racing continued to make great strides with the rapidly developing Porsche-powered Coyote package during the GAINSCO Grand Prix at Homestead Miami Speedway this weekend.

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Mar 30

Ganassi Domination!

Pruett and Rojas second consecutive win

Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas extended their Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No. 16 point lead Saturday with their second consecutive Rolex Series win in the young 2008 season.

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Mar 30

Dixon wins as new era dawns.

Scott Dixon begins unified era with victory as Champ Car converts struggle at Homestead.

A new era in American Open Wheel racing began with a familiar face in victory lane on Saturday night at the Homestead-Miami Speedwayas former IRLChamp Scott Dixon broke Dan Wheldon’s stranglehold at the 1.5-mile Florida oval. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 30

McLaren shuffled down the pits in Bahrain

McLaren has been shuffled down to the very end of the Sakhir pitlane ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain grand prix

Despite brokering a deal to occupy the fifth garage slots in Melbourne and Sepang, it has emerged that the Anglo-German squad is to receive the lowliest pit allocation in Bahrain, for as yet unexplained reasons. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 30

Lewis to get dream car – if he wins title.

The world’s rarest supercar and each valued at over $2 million

World championship leader to be rewarded in fine style should he maintain McLaren’s advantage all the way to the end of the season. Read the rest of this entry »

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