Last Sunday MotoGP witnessed its first flag-to-flag race in dry conditions.
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Round 16: Australian MotoGP™ – Free Practice One & Two
Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo set a formidable pace to top the timesheets in Friday practice for the Australian Grand Prix, the reigning champion getting within a few tenths of the outright lap record in an exciting opening day at Phillip Island.
Raikkonen said he doesn’t know what all the fuss is about regarding Pirelli
Kimi Raikkonen has refused to join the chorus of criticism of this year’s Pirelli tyres. Currently just three points shy of leading the 2013 world championship, the Finn won the season opening Australian grand prix and finished second in Shanghai.
Australian grand prix boss Andrew Westacott has ruled out organising a Melbourne night race.
Recently, from the paddock of the final winter test in Barcelona, drivers Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo, and team boss Christian Horner, called on the Australian promoters to install floodlights so that the action can be held after dark in future.
OMP Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso are pleased to announce the renewal of their Cooperation Agreement
OMP Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso renew cooperation for 2013 Formula 1 season
OMP Racing, the Genoese company with over 40 years of history, a leader in the field of design and creation of safety equipment for the car racing sector and Scuderia Toro Rosso have renewed their important cooperation agreement for the supply of safety equipment and technical clothing for the race drivers and the entire team, for its participation in the upcoming Formula 1 World Championship.
Ecclestone is tipped to present the draft 2013 calendar to the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council for approval on Friday
Despite the French government ruling out financial support, Paul Ricard could still be in the running to revive the country’s defunct grand prix. Le Parisien said the Le Castellet project had already anticipated the government’s decision when it framed its EUR 30 million budget.
Now, Silverstone chairman Neil England has confirmed the founding of the F1 circuits’ union.
Formula one’s circuits have created a union designed to give them a greater say on the future of the sport, according to business journalist Christian Sylt. He revealed in the Independent newspaper that the Formula One Promoters Association, created in May, is chaired by Australian grand prix chief Ron Walker.