Barrichello suspects glitch slowed him
Rubens Barrichello said he suspected something might have broken on his car after being beaten to Spanish Grand Prix victory by his Brawn team-mate Jenson Button.
Brawn: Barrichello should have won by three-stopping
Ross Brawn has insisted that the three-stopping Rubens Barrichello should have been faster than the two-stopping Jenson Button in the Spanish GP and refuted suggestions that the team has already decided to favour their English title-leading driver.
Vettel: Red Bull had pace to challenge Brawns
Seb Vettel believes that his Red Bull had the pace to take on the Brawns at the Spanish GP if only he didn't spend his Sunday afternoon in Barcelona becoming an expert in the rear-end of Felipe Massa's Ferrari.
Hamilton: I don't have the car to win the title[/url]
An utterly disconsolate Lewis Hamilton has all-but admitted that he will be unable to retain the World Championship this season.
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He probably didn't realise that the world was listening in but it was a complaint that is bound to be at the nub of the post-race debate in Spain. "I don't know how I lost this race" complained Rubens Barrichello to Jenson Button after the Englishman won the battle of the Brawns in Barcelona.
Toro Rosso duo regret first lap mayhem
Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Bourdais believes he was lucky not to roll during the four-car pile-up that put both himself and his team-mate Sebastien Buemi out of the Spanish Grand Prix on the opening lap.
'Ferrari President & Max set to talks'
The Formula One Teams' Association are to meet with FIA President Max Mosley within the next seven to 10 days in the hope of finding a solution to the budget cap row currently dominating the sport.