Tag Archive: Power

Jul 12

Mercedes wants to power another team in 2010

“We could have three customer teams that’s the plan”

A third customer team could be added to Mercedes-Benz’s formula one roster in 2010, Norbert Haug admitted at the Nurburgring on Saturday. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 29

Red Bull hints at switch to Mercedes power

A possibility for 2010 and beyond

2009-04-17 - Red Bull - 00Christian Horner has refused to rule out the possibility of Red Bull switching customer engine suppliers at the end of the 2009 season.

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Mar 25

Toro Rosso happy with Ferrari power – owner

“Who better to supply a private Italian team with engines than Ferrari?”

F1- Red Bull - Dreamsphere - RB5 - STR4Toro Rosso owner Dietrich Mateschitz has indicated he has no plans to seek a new engine supplier for the Faenza based team. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 09

F1 neglecting power of internet – Mosley

The potential is enormous

Formula one should do more to exploit the power of the internet, according to FIA president Max Mosley. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 13

IndyCar: Castroneves out, Power in

Penske Racing confirms Power  
 
Penske Racing announced today that driver Will Power will join the Team Penske IndyCar Series program in preparation for the 2009 racing season.

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Apr 24

Oval education kicks into gear for Power in Kansas

Kansas will be a good opportunity for Will and the whole Aussie Vineyards

Will Power has only raced on an oval twice in his career but that is all about to change for the young Australian ahead of the Road Runner Turbo Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City this weekend. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 06

Power recovers to finish 8th in St Petersburg

At least we bought the car back in one piece for the second race in a row

Will Power has earned his first top 10 IndyCar finish in a treacherous Honda Grand Prix of St Petersburg by finishing eighth in Round 2 of the IndyCar Series in Florida today.

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