Tag Archive: Motor Sport magazine

Nov 08

Horner ‘very encouraged’ by 2021 F1 engine plans

“But I think the drivers are the biggest importance, teams or chassis secondary, and the engine tertiary.”

20170324-063Red Bull team boss Christian Horner is “very encouraged” by Formula 1’s early engine plans for the 2021 season as the sport’s bosses look to increase the sound of the power units while making them more affordable. Read the rest of this entry »


Mar 06

Wolff would quit F1 to start family

Susie Wolff has revealed that if she ever has children, she will quit motor racing

Susie Wolff The wife of Mercedes boss Toto, 31-year-old Briton Wolff has stepped up her role with the Williams team this year. Read the rest of this entry »


Jan 28

Webber predicts early retirement for Vettel

“He’ll probably take a blast in the red car, then sayonara.”

2013-10-13 - Red Bull Racing - Mark Webber - Sebastian Vettel Mark Webber has predicted an early retirement for his former teammate Sebastian Vettel. Read the rest of this entry »


Mar 05

Ecclestone wants third-generation Hill in F1

A third-generation formula one driver would be “fantastic”, the sport’s chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has admitted.

Formula 1 Circuit in Sochi - Bernier Ecclestone 2Josh Hill portraitActually, the possibility is now quite real, with 1996 world champion Damon Hill’s 22-year-old son Josh to contest the European F3 championship this year. The winner of this year’s series will get a test with the fabled F1 team Ferrari. Read the rest of this entry »


Mar 20

Coulthard worried Hamilton already beaten

“Has it (Button’s win) knocked Lewis?”

2012-03-15 - Australian Grand Prix 2012 Thursday #2 0162012-03-18 - Australian Grand Prix 2012 Sunday #9 1819After putting his tumultuous 2011 season behind him, Lewis Hamilton has kicked off this year’s world champion in downbeat mood. The 2008 world champion had put his well-documented personal problems and on-track struggles behind him with a positive approach to his sixth season in F1. Read the rest of this entry »