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Track set for upcoming Superstars series round on October 27, 28
The race os Sentul postponed to 2013
Passion, history and tradition are some very significant values in beautiful Sicily and over the years, these values have been represented by auto racing in its most fascinating form. During the golden age of racing, legends like Tazio Nuvolari, Achille Varzi, Stirling Moss, all competed in the region for fame, victory and glory.
Alain Prost has admitted he was amazed when he tuned in on television to recent grands prix.
The four time world champion recently tested the Renault with which he contested the 1983 season, and said it was an eye-opener in contrast to the sport’s most recent races. “I wonder now if the drivers are not too disconnected with a sense of risk,” Prost told the French sports daily L’Equipe.
Michael Schumacher is still one of the very best drivers in formula one.
That is the view of Gerhard Berger, amid constant media speculation that at the age of 42 the great German should give up his Mercedes seat. He told APA news agency: “Schumi can no longer beat the young, super-fast drivers because of his age, which is quite normal. But he can join in the ranks behind them.
Two drivers on the F1 grid stand out above and beyond the rest, according to Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali.
Franz Tost has named three drivers he considers “suitable” for Toro Rosso to target.
The Austrian admitted that his premier choices – Vettel, Hamilton, Alonso and Rosberg – are “unlikely” to want to drive for Red Bull’s secondary team. “So when thinking of suitable guys I would pick three, if I may,” the Toro Rosso team principal told F1′s official website.
Fernando Alonso is among the best in formula one but his situation at Ferrari is unique.
That is the view of Lewis Hamilton, who clashed memorably with Alonso as they were teammates at McLaren in 2007 as the pair reportedly tussled for elusive ‘number 1′ status. Alonso decided to leave the British team and is now at Ferrari, where he has just signed a new five-year extension to his existing contract.
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted disappointment with Michael Schumacher’s return to formula one.
After his disappointing performance season last year, there were high hopes an improved Mercedes car and the new Pirelli tyres would lead to a more successful campaign in 2011. Asked about the seven time world champion’s return so far, Ecclestone told the Swiss newspaper Blick: “I am surprised and disappointed.
Save the date now for June 9 between 9 a.m. and noon
The Grand Prix du Canada “Open House Day”: A delight for your eyes, ears and your camera lens. Octane Racing Group is pleased to announce the return of the popular Grand Prix du Canada “Open House Day” at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 9, from 9 am to noon.
Luca di Montezemolo has responded mischievously to speculation about his future in politics.
It has been rumoured the Italian might hang up his hat as Ferrari president for a new calling, to which he told La Gazzetta dello Sport: “Me in politics? Yes, with Alonso as prime minister. “I would have him because he has the strongest character and is optimistic but also a realist.”