Newey: Balance to swing at each track
Red Bull's technical chief Adrian Newey is expecting the balance to swing between his team and rival Brawn depending on the nature of the upcoming circuits.
FIA: FOTA was aware of observer status
Formula 1's ruling body, the FIA, has responded to the FOTA teams, claiming they were aware of the rule-making process when they joined yesterday's meeting.
Alonso rubbishes Ferrari 'rumours'
Fernando Alonso has rubbished speculation linking him yet again to the Ferrari team, saying he is not even in talks with the Italian squad.
Kubica says 2009 not a wasted season
Robert Kubica believes that the 2009 season is not a wasted one in his career despite having scored just two points in the first eight races of the season.
Bourdais denies doubts about F1 future
Sebastien Bourdais has rubbished reports that the German Grand Prix will be his last for Scuderia Toro Rosso.
FOTA explain Nurburgring ‘walk out’
Today the Formula One Teams' Association, alongside Force India, Williams, Campos, Manor and US F1, met officials from the FIA governing body in the hope of signing off the rules and regulations for participation in next year's FIA Formula One World Championship.
2010 Red Bull to be built around Vettel
Next year's Red Bull will ‘inevitably’ be based on the driving style of Sebastian Vettel, team boss Christian Horner has revealed.
Ecclestone to lose Austrian government honour
An Austrian government minister is investigating whether a national honour awarded to Bernie Ecclestone several years ago can be repealed.
[url=http://en.f1-live.com/f1/en/headlines/news/detail/090709092037.shtml"not buried yet' – Howett]Breakaway plans 'not buried yet' – Howett
The threat of a breakaway series remains a viable ‘alternative’, FOTA Vice-Chairman John Howett insists.
Well never in F1 but in FIA GT series I think they have hailstorm during the race and about 16 cars ended in the gravel in one place making some quite serious crashes before being
FIA have accepted FOTA's conditional entries on 24 June when the peace deal agreed and WMSC statement is the witness of that acception. So, how they could say that now about FOTA entries as conditional also they have agreed on dropping budget cap and it's related rules for 2010. Also do you know that new teams are not allowed to vote for rules making until they competed for 2 years in the championship so how could Manor, Campos or USF1 have the right to make rules even before competing in the championship.