For Wednesday discussion
Adrian Fernandez will be a guest on Michael Knight’s “The Race Reporters” program on Wednesday night at: PowerUpChannel.com, starting at 7 p.m. ET . Read the rest of this entry »
Touring - Endurance
Tags: Acura ARX-01b, Adrian Fernandez, endurance racing, Michael Knight’s “The Race Reporters”, PowerUpChannel.com
The next few weeks are critical
As Brawn run away and even Red Bull’s Christian Horner admits catching them will be “very difficult”, the time has come for other teams to write off their 2009 campaigns. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: 2010 car, Brawn, Christian Horner, focus, Franz Tost, Giorgio Ascanelli, Martin Whitmarsh, Red Bull, Stefano Domenicali, teams
British manufacturer represented by five prototypes at 24-hour race
The Ginetta-Zytek teams entered for this weekend’s Le Mans 24-hour race will be breaking records in more ways than one. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: 24-hour race, Ginetta-Zyteks, Le Mans, zytek.co.uk
Montreal motorcycle road racer Marie-Josee Boucher has had a busy past few weeks
But she wouldn’t trade it for the world. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: ICAR, Marie-Josee Boucher, Miller Motorsport Park in Salt Lake City, Moto Journal, Parts Canada Superbike, Utah, World Supersport Championship
Article 66 of the International Sporting Code prohibits the FIA from tearing up the 2010 rules
F1′s teams association is yet to comment on a letter from Max Mosley that emerged late on Tuesday. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: commenting, FOTA, letter, Max Mosley
Both are managed by Quadra Sports
Signature team drivers Pierre Ragues and Franck Mailleux will embark on their biggest adventure of the year next weekend, when they take the start of the 77th Le Mans 24 Hours. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Courage-Judd LMP1, Didier Andre, Franck Mailleux, Le Mans 24 Hours, Pierre Ragues, Signature
“Now perhaps winning in a certain way is more important to me” – Brawn
There are presently no team orders at Brawn GP, but the Brackley team’s boss has refused to rule out rethinking the policy later this season. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: confirms, No, Ross Brawn, Team orders, yet
“It is obviously super for him but it is not great for the spectacle, the championship” -Ecclestone
In the eyes of fans seeking an unpredictable sporting spectacle, the result of Sunday’s Turkish grand prix was “very, very bad”. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Bernie Ecclestone, dominance, F1, Jenson Button
“I would take the Brawn, I would add our KERS, and then spray the thing silver!”
Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he felt like a volcano set to erupt when he discovered his new McLaren was not a race winner.
Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Brawn, Lewis Hamilton, silver, spray
He is only 21 years old and has already won three races
Sebastian Vettel is not ready to mount a challenge for the world championship, according to Italy’s authoritative La Gazzetta dello Sport. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Press, Sebastian Vettel, title, too green
For the first time in 2009 his best lap was quicker than Alonso’s
Nelson Piquet finished a lowly 16th in Turkey, but on Sunday the Brazilian did enough to fend off speculation about his future.
Tags: lowly, Nelson Piquet, result, smiling
It may be a good solution to the FOTA standoff
One solution to the F1 crisis may be for established teams to ‘adopt’ a new entrant, Sir Frank Williams has confirmed. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: adopt, FOTA, Max Mosley, new entrant, Sir Frank Williams, teams
Pierre Kaffer helped Risi Competizione recapture the GT2 championship at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring
Now can he help the Houston-based team do the same at the 24 Hours of Le Mans? Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: 24 Hours of Le Mans, endurance racing, F430 GT, GT2 championship, Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, Pierre Kaffer, Risi Competizione
The inaugural Yamaha Champions Riding School at Miller Motorsports Park concluded Thursday afternoon, June 4.
The graduates of the school’s first class were greatly improved and more confident riders than when they arrived Wednesday morning. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: bike racing, Daniel Short, Doug Thayer, Ken Hill, Miller Motorsports Park, Nick Ienatsch, Ryan Montgomery, Yamaha Champions Riding School
I am under contract at my team and will go wherever they go
F1′s reigning world champion has joined other drivers and eight current formula one teams in threatening to quit the FIA world championship at the end of the season.
Tags: F1, FIA world championship, FOTA, Lewis Hamilton, Max Mosley, quit, Turkish Grand Prix
FOTA already had contact with Ezpeleta?
Carmelo Ezpeleta could be the figure FOTA turns to if the major formula one teams decide to quit formula one at the end of the year, according to the Spanish sports newspaper Diario AS.
Tags: Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna Sports, Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme, FIM, FOTA, GP Manufacturers Association, MotoGP, MSMA
Stewart will attempt to be the first non-Vermont driver to take the Cup out of the home state
NASCAR Sprint Cup point leader Tony Stewart told GWC blogger Travis Barrett at Dover, Delaware last week that he is excited about his upcoming June 25th visit to Thunder Road.
Tags: acttour.com, Governor’s Cup, NASCAR, Thunder Road, Tony Stewart
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