Tag Archive: F1

Jul 02

Santander launches a collection of videos that explain how innovation in F1 benefits people (video)

Yesterday the first has been premiered: “A wheelchair for high-performance competition”.

Santander A video will be launched on the Wednesday prior to almost all the F1 grand prix races yet to be run this season.
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Jul 02

Lewis Hamilton looks to rediscover his advantage in the F1 standings on home soil at Silverstone following a low-key weekend in Austria

Hamilton out to rediscover ‘peak’ on home ground

2015-06-06_1981 Lewis Hamilton is confident the spur of support will see him return to the top step of the podium in the British Grand Prix after a lacklustre weekend in Austria. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 01

Horner demands progress ahead of crunch Strategy Group meeting

Christian Horner says the Strategy Group’s credibility is on the line if it cannot make progress following a slew of negative publicity

Horner demands progress ahead of crunch Strategy Group meetingChristian Horner has called upon the Strategy Group members to start forcing through decisions as it gets ready to meet again for a discussion over Formula 1’s future. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 30

Todt willing to take control of F1 regulation changes

FIA President Jean Todt says he would be willing to accept calls to disband the Strategy Group

2015-06-21_0116Jean Todt says he is prepared to take control and determine the F1 regulations alongside Bernie Ecclestone, but isn’t convinced it would be popular amongst teams. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 28

Ecclestone: Mercedes not to blame for ‘one-sided’ F1

Bernie Ecclestone maintains that there is no reason to blame Mercedes’ dominance for the current air of discontent surrounding F1.

2015-06-07_1589 Bernie Ecclestone insists that Mercedes cannot be held accountable for the one-sided domination it is enjoying in the current era of F1, but admits that it would be better for the sport to have more competition. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 25

Piquet takes #FanBoost lead

Bird into top three for home race

Bird into top three for home raceChampionship leader Nelson Piquet Jr has moved to the head of the #FanBoost leaderboard, with just two days to go before the opening Visa London ePrix. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 22

Christian Horner suggests the sport should consider charging an independent observer like Ross Brawn with determining F1’s future

Horner: We need someone like Brawn to design F1 future

2015-02-27 - Infiniti Red Bull Racing - Barcelona - Christian Horner - Dr Helmut Marko Christian Horner has suggested an ‘independent’ figure could prove a solution to determining Formula 1’s future as he once against hit out at the ineffectiveness of F1’s Strategy Group. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 19

Come see the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix Trophy at Goodwood Festival of Speed!

COTA will be offering lucky motorsport fans the chance to have their own ‘Lewis Hamilton moment’

Goodwood Festival of Speed Circuit of The Americas (COTA), the premier destination for world-class motorsports and entertainment in Austin, Texas, is offering all Goodwood ticket holders an exclusive opportunity to have their picture taken with the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team driver Lewis Hamilton’s winning US Grand Prix F1 trophy and be snapped on the Podium with the COTA Grid Girls. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 18

F1 Interview with Mark Webber

Formula 1 Grosser Preis Von Österreich 2015

Mark Webber Ahead of this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix, he discusses the 2015 FIA Formula One season and his impressions about the track in Spielberg. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 18

Imola return to save Italian Grand Prix?

Imola could make a return to the F1 calendar as part of a deal to share the Italian Grand Prix with Monza

Imola - Autodromo Enzo E Dino Ferrari Imola could return to host the Italian Grand Prix alongside Monza in a race-sharing deal as a way of ensuring the historic event remains on the F1 calendar, it has been revealed. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 16

Lauda backs calls to make F1 ‘riskier’

“Only drivers with the highest driving skills – and I emphasise driving skills – should be in F1″

2015-06-07_1866 Niki Lauda: The most important thing, they must be again difficult to drive. When I switched from the Formula 2 to Formula 1, I crapped in my pants! Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 16

Tata Communications takes real-time data visualisation to the next level with the first challenge of the 2015 F1® Connectivity Innovation Prize

Tata Communications today announces the first challenge of the 2015 F1® Connectivity Innovation Prize.
F1 CIP Judges from left to right; David Coulthard, F1 Commentator; Mehul Kapadia, Managing Director F1 Business at Tata Communic The goal of the USD $50,000 prize, launched last year, is to inspire technical visionaries and creative minds worldwide to harness innovation in Formula 1® racing through two technology challenges.

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Jun 15

Infiniti Red Bull Racing , Daniel Ricciardo and Carlos Sainz to kick-off new F1 Revolution in Mexico

After a 23-year absence, F1 will this November return to Mexico at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
2015-06-07_1574 A few months before Mexico makes an eagerly awaited return to the Formula One calendar, Infiniti Red Bull Racing will bring F1 power to the people with a very special demonstration run in the heart of Mexico City on Saturday 27 June, 2015.

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Jun 14

Button: Driving in F1 is still a buzz…

Jenson Button insists he still gets a ‘buzz’ from driving in F1, despite criticism of the recent regulations for being ‘too slow’

2015-06-05_1172 Jenson Button insists F1 still gives him a ‘buzz’, even if he laments the sport of today is certainly different to that of a decade ago. As the most experienced driver on the F1 grid, having started 272 races since making his debut in 2000, Button has been present for numerous regulation changes and is currently competing in an era that has come under fire for being ‘too slow’ and not challenging enough. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 12

Raikkonen urges for a faster, more ‘dangerous’ F1

Kimi Raikkonen thinks a ‘more dangerous’ F1 will resonate with fans turned off by the current ‘slow’ cars and regulations

2015-06-07_1421Kimi Raikkonen believes Formula 1 needs to increase speeds and ramp up the ‘danger’ element if it is to win back fans following criticism it has become too slow. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 11

Teams signal opposition to 18-inch wheels

Mercedes, McLaren and Ferrari air their misgivings about the proposals to increase tyre size to 18 inch rims

2015-06-04_0324The proposal to move to larger 18-inch wheels has come up against opposition from leading teams since it is not considered ‘an attractive direction in terms of performance’. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 08

Canadian Grand Prix: The big race day

The Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix as lived from Flagworld

2015-06-07In the morning we were well prepared to catch super nice action shots of the start of the F1600 race, but unfortunately, faith decided otherwise since just a few meters after the cars started crossing the starting line, an accident happened at the very front of the field involving well known race Didier Schraenen and Olivier Bédard.

Flagworld photo album

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Jun 07

Canadian Grand Prix: Flagworld.com at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve coverage continues…

The Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix as lived from Flagworld

2015-06-06_1776On Saturday this year we tried to bring you different perspectives of FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX event from our point of view.

Flagworld photo album

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Jun 06

Haas doubts F1 switch for Danica Patrick

“Danica is quite happy where she is at the moment”

Danica Patrick Top 10 Haas, F1’s new American entrant for 2016, has played down the prospect of Danica Patrick switching from Nascar. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 04

Canadian Grand Prix: F1 interview with Carlos Sainz

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