“When I read certain names in the papers, I have to laugh” - Alonso
That is the view of former Super Aguri driver Anthony Davidson, who now works as a television pundit for the British broadcaster Sky.
This week, Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn was quoted by Reuters as saying F1 “must make sure” that the “random factor” seen earlier in 2012 is not permanent. Briton Davidson, however, thinks the problem is already fading.
Senna family supports Williams reunion
Bruno Senna’s new Williams contract is for just one season, the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S.Paulo claims. “It will be a pivotal year for my future in formula one,” the 28-year-old former HRT and Renault driver is quoted as saying. The Senna family is fully supportive of the famous name’s return to Williams. 18 years ago, Brazil was in mourning over the death at the wheel of a Williams of the great Ayrton Senna.
Sutil, Maldonado, D’Ambrosio, Bianchi, Morbidelli to début in Florianópolis
The entry list for the 2011 edition of the International Challenge of Go-Kart Champions is closed. According to Felipe Massa, the man behind the idea of the double-header race which will be held on Saturday and Sunday for the sixth time in a row in Florianópois (Brazil), 29 top class drivers from various series around the world will take part in the event, including newcomers as F1 hot-shoes Adrian Sutil, Pastor Maldonado and Jérôme D’Ambrosio. “It’s the largest number ever of F1 drivers”, celebrated the Ferrari star.
Karun Chandhok claims he has turned down the chance to return to the F1 grid in 2011 with the HRT team.
Venezuelan leads the way after storm delay
Pastor Maldonado has taken the top spot in free practice today in Monza after a one hour delay as a result of a massive storm which flooded the paddock and the circuit, with Alberto Valerio and Mike Conway following in his wake on the still soaking circuit.
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