Electric GT Championship
Former Formula 1 star Heinz-Harald Frentzen made his return to the cockpit to test the Tesla Model S EGT – the car that is being developed for the Electric GT Championship – at the Circuit Paul Ricard this week.
This year’s United States Grand Prix in Austin marks an outstanding milestone for the Sauber F1 Team: 400 GPs, 808 points in 23 years of Formula One. Many former and current Formula One drivers have joined and left the team, but more importantly, they are all part of the Sauber F1 Team’s history.
New Mercedes-Benz DTM Junior Team for 2012 consisting of Roberto Merhi, Christian Vietoris and Robert Wickens
Successful Mercedes-Benz Junior Team of the 1990s featuring Michael Schumacher, Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Karl Wendlinger to serve as model. Mercedes-Benz youth development as stepping stone to Formula One and DTM: Eight out of 24 F1 drivers in 2012 and five out of nine Mercedes-Benz DTM drivers in 2011 previously competed in Formula 3 in a Mercedes-powered car.
Age has slowed down Michael Schumacher, his countryman and former rival Heinz-Harald Frentzen said on Tuesday.
Early in their motor racing careers, it was the now 44-year-old Frentzen who was considered the quicker of the pair, but Schumacher went on to dizzying heights in F1 while the other German retired in 2003 with just three wins.
“At the moment they (Red Bull) can only defeat themselves”
Former F1 winner Heinz-Harald Frentzen has said it will be difficult for Sebastian Vettel’s rivals to chase down his championship advantage in 2011. “At the moment they (Red Bull) can only defeat themselves,” he told the Austrian portal laola1.
“The story is that we had problems in the warmup”
Michael Schumacher has pointed the finger at his first formula one boss Eddie Jordan as he recalled his grand prix debut 20 years ago. At Spa-Francorchamps this weekend, the seven time world champion is marking the passing of two decades since he burst onto the scene with Jordan.
A furious Fernando Alonso has accused FIA stewards of manipulating Sunday’s European grand prix.
Hamilton tells furious Ferrari to ‘accept’ rules
Also Massa says Valencia stewards ‘completely wrong’