Lewis Hamilton has reiterated Mercedes boss Toto Wolff’s sentiments that the Barcelona clash with team-mate Nico Rosberg is in the past and is looking to return to winning ways at the Monaco Grand Prix.
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The coming weekend will be an extremely exciting one for Prema Powerteam
The Italian squad will line-up for their maiden appearance in the GP2 Series at Circuit de Catalunya, and will also field their four Mercedes-Powered Dallara racecars at the Pau streetcourse to defend their lead in the FIA F.3 European Championship.
The 2016 GP2 season gets underway today, Wednesday the 9th of March, with all the GP2 teams attending the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona for three days of testing. For this year Racing Engineering will be running Jordan King who raced with the team last season and their new signing the Frenchman Norman Nato.
“It should be a good first weekend in GP3”
Multiple motor racing champion Seb Morris is just days away from his eagerly awaited race debut in FIA Formula One World Championship support category GP3, and the 19-year-old says he is as well prepared as possible ahead of the season curtain-raiser at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain.
Pre-season test #3 Barcelona – Day Two
Pre-season test #3 Barcelona – Day One
Fernando was driven to the circuit’s Medical Centre where the circuit’s doctors gave him first aid.
Today at 12:35 CET, while testing at the Circuit de Catalunya (Barcelona), during the fourth and final day of the current test, Fernando Alonso’s McLaren-Honda car left the track at Turn Three, causing the right-hand side of his car to strike the wall.
Bernie Ecclestone has played down reports he is in advanced talks to bring formula one to the streets of Madrid.
Spain’s El Confidencial claimed this week the F1 supremo is already in possession of a business plan and bank guarantees, as a group of businessmen want the Spanish capital to host an annual street race.
Spanish grand prix boss Salvador Servia insists reports the capital Madrid is bidding to join the F1 calendar do not worry him.
El Confidencial reported in recent days that Bernie Ecclestone is in advanced talks with private investors who want to organise a city street race. Ecclestone, however, has already warned that after the decline of Spain’s second race at Valencia, there is now room only for one annual race per country.