Toto Wolff says he trusts Pirelli to act fairly to all formula one teams.
Through Pink Label Motorclothes Apparel for Rethink Breast Cancer
Representatives of Deeley Harley-Davidson® Canada made a personal visit to the office of Rethink Breast Cancer to deliver a cheque for this year’s donation of $26,018, contributing to the fight against breast cancer. By sharing the Harley-Davidson® spirit and purchasing items from the Canadian Pink Label collection, people across Canada have helped women affected by breast cancer, through a portion of the proceeds from each sale being donated to Rethink Breast Cancer.
A new formula one team could rise from the ashes of the failed Spanish outfit HRT.
Reports – including in the Spanish newspaper AS – claim a group of investors from Canada and the US want to enter this year’s world championship with an evolution of HRT’s 2012 car, featuring a Cosworth engine and Williams gearbox.
Winner of 2012 DTM Drivers’ Championship returns to Montreal for upcoming Auto Show
Bruno Spengler will join BMW Group Canada at this year’s Montreal International Auto Show to help welcome the new premieres, as well as to commerorate his recent DTM Drivers’ Championship. After a nearly 20 year hiatus from DTM, BMW Motorsport returned with great success, thanks in large part to Spengler and his teammates, claiming the drivers’, manufacturers’ and team titles. The 29 year-old Spengler has been active in DTM racing since 2005, and hopes to continue the success he had during the 2012 season.
Bernie Ecclestone has named Magny-Cours as the likely venue for a 2013 French grand prix.
Quadruple world champion Alain Prost was in Abu Dhabi last weekend for talks with the F1 chief executive about Paul Ricard’s race bid, and potential investors. But Ecclestone is quoted by Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport: “If we go to France (next year), it will be Magny Cours.”
Antoine L’Estage & Nathalie Richard 2nd, Crazy Leo Urlichich & Carl Williamson 3rd
After taking a lead on the very first stage of the 2012 Rallye Defi, Ken Block (Park City, Utah) and Alex Gelsomino (Park City, Utah) drove through bright sun, heavy rains and over rough roads on their way to victory. The Monster World Rally Team pair led the rally from start to finish, thrilling the fans at the fourth round of the 2012 Canadian Rally Championship.
Red Bull has hit back at the latest technical controversy by insisting Ferrari was the first on the grid with a hand-operated adjuster.
It emerged in Hungary last weekend that, weeks ago in Canada, the FIA told reigning champions Red Bull to stop using a device that in theory allowed mechanics to adjust the right-height of the car without using a tool.
Red Bull remained on the defensive in the Hockenheim paddock on Friday, as boss Christian Horner fended off the latest cheat claims.
A German magazine this week revealed that, in Canada, the FIA asked the reigning champions to remove a hand-adjustable damper system from the RB8. The rules state that the adjustments can only be made with a special tool, thus ensuring a team cannot secretly make performance-enhancing changes during the strict ‘parc ferme’ period between qualifying and the race.
The first of two races this weekend defines the course for Porsche GT3 Cup fans
The charming City of Mont-Tremblant in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada, is famous for its ski resorts and other peaceful outdoor activities such as hiking and canoeing. But during this weekend’s Summer Classic at Circuit Mont-Tremblant, the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Michelin is reminding visitors why local Algonquin named the City the “trembling mountain.”
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