Tag Archive: Diario Sport

Apr 06

Ferrari ‘not doing a good job’ in 2014 – Alonso

Fernando Alonso has admitted Ferrari is “not doing a good job so far” in 2014.

2014-03-30 - Scuderia Ferrari - Malaysia - Fernando Alonso 01 As the Spaniard starts his fifth consecutive season with the Italian team without having added to his title tally, Alonso finished off the podium in Australia and Malaysia and qualified just tenth in Bahrain on Saturday. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 27

Lotus in ‘contact’ with Whitmarsh – source

“There has been contact with Martin”

2013-06-08_0053 Deposed McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh could switch to Lotus for 2014, an insider has confirmed. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 10

Bahrain could host F1 night testing – report

The Sakhir circuit will host back-to-back tests

2012-04-22 - Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team - Bahrain Grand Prix - 01Some winter testing in Bahrain ahead of the 2014 season could take place at night, Italy’s Autosprint reports. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 12

Valencia in talks to break F1 contract – report

Despite earlier reports that Valencia and Barcelona agreed to alternate

Valencia Street Circuit logoValencia’s formula one foray is set to be officially folded, according to a media report. Read the rest of this entry »

May 30

Domenicali, Alonso tip Ferrari to bounce back

Stefano Domenicali has tipped Ferrari to bounce back in Canada next weekend.

2013-05-25 - Scuderia Ferrari - Monaco - Fernando Alonso (4)Off the back of his Barcelona win, Fernando Alonso struggled in the Principality last weekend, qualifying sixth and finishing just seventh. Read the rest of this entry »

May 02

Barcelona says Valencia could host 2014 Spanish GP

Valencia could still return to the F1 calendar in 2014.

Valencia Street Circuit logoThe Spanish port city race’s fate has been swinging wildly in recent days and months, but it seems Valencia might appear on next year’s schedule after all. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 16

World’s press says Vettel in title hot-seat

“Now it will be difficult for Alonso.”

2012-10-14 - Red Bull Racing - Korea - Sebastian Vettel (3)2012-10-14 - Red Bull Racing - Korea - Sebastian Vettel (10)The world’s press thinks Fernando Alonso will be hard-pressed to regain the lead of the world championship from Sebastian Vettel in the last races of 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 07

Spanish hosts agree GP share scheme through 2019

Spain’s formula one race hosts have finally agreed to annually alternate a single grand prix date.

Valencia Street Circuit logoGP2 Series - Barcelona - Circuit de CatalunyaSpanish sports newspapers Marca and Diario Sport said the respective organisers and supporting governments of the Barcelona and Valencia races have now agreed that the country should host only one grand prix per year. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 18

Ferrari setting 2012 pace in the pits

Ferrari does not have a leading car so far in 2012, but when it comes to pitstops, the famous Italian team is setting the pace.

2012-04-15 - Scuderia Ferrari - Chinese Grand Prix - Pirelli 012012-03-16 - Australian Grand Prix 2012 Friday #2 031That is the finding of the Spanish sports daily Marca, reporting that Fernando Alonso’s 2.4 second pitstop in Shanghai was the fastest of all. And the report said Ferrari’s pitstops were on average six tenths better than those performed by rival top teams Mercedes, McLaren and Red Bull in China. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 17

Ferrari eyes big step forward for Barcelona

Fernando Alonso said he is hoping the F2012 becomes “3 or 4 tenths” better at Barcelona.

03 - Scuderia Ferrari2012-04-15 - Scuderia Ferrari - Chinese Grand Prix - Pirelli 02Ferrari is looking ahead to Barcelona next month, as the famous Italian team plans to begin putting a difficult start to the 2012 season behind it. Test driver Marc Gene, who is travelling to the grands prix this year, said the F2012 was “born well” but fell behind the other leading teams as the winter pre-season progressed.

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Mar 01

HRT hoping to debut 2012 car on Sunday

HRT is hoping to get one up on its tailender rival Marussia by at least running its 2012 car before shipping it to Australia.

11 - HRT F1 TeamMarussia, formerly Virgin, has announced that after failing an FIA crash test, it will be unable to run its new Cosworth-powered car at the final Barcelona test this week. “Of course it’s a shame,” German driver Timo Glock told the DPA news agency, “but safety comes first.” Read the rest of this entry »

Sep 28

Ecclestone defiant as teams bemoan 2012 calendar

The latest spat between Bernie Ecclestone and the F1 teams’ association is set to break out.

2011-06-09_03072010-06-13_0425Spain’s Diario Sport newspaper reports that FOTA, headed by McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh, believes the F1 chief executive has breached the Concorde Agreement in devising the arduous 20-race calendar for 2012.

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Aug 26

Alguersuari sees ‘no problem’ with Japan trip

Jaime Alguersuari has revealed he has “no problem” with F1′s plans to travel to Japan in October.

2011-07-24 - Scuderia Toro Rosso - Germany - Jaime Alguersuari 42011-07-24 - Scuderia Toro Rosso - Germany - Jaime Alguersuari 2Some leading MotoGP riders, like Valentino Rossi, have revealed they have grave reservations about travelling to the country in the wake of the nuclear disaster.

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Jul 29

Alguersuari not worried about F1 future

“Not at all”

2011-07-24 - Scuderia Toro Rosso - Germany - Jaime Alguersuari 42011-07-24 - Scuderia Toro Rosso - Germany - Jaime Alguersuari 3Even with Daniel Ricciardo parked at HRT for the time being, Toro Rosso’s current drivers cannot yet afford to relax. Jaime Alguersuari, however, insists he is not worried he might lose his place to energy drink Red Bull’s latest protege.

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Jun 15

Red Bull rivals to eye Silverstone exhaust clampdown

“The rule changes are going to spice things up” – Lewis Hamilton.

2011-06-11_11192011-06-10_0348It is no coincidence that Ferrari has earmarked Silverstone as a key indicator for its approach to the remainder of 2011. With Red Bull apparently running away with the title, Ferrari has not ruled out switching its focus to next season after July’s British race. Read the rest of this entry »

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