Valencia ticket sales boosted by Schumi return
The return of Michael Schumacher has led to an increase in ticket sales for the European Grand Prix at Valencia.
Karthikeyan remains hopeful over F1 return
Narain Karthikeyan hopes the addition of three new teams to Formula One in 2010 will boost his chances of returning to the sport.
Talk about stupid ideas this is the most stupid idea. Spa sharing grandprix with Nurburgring. I have a question Bernie are you in your senses.
Spa to share Grand Prix date with Nurburgring?
Bernie Ecclestone hinted to Switzerland's Motorsport Aktuell magazine on Tuesday that Spa Francorchamps may soon share its annual Formula One hosting rights with another venue.
World Rally calls for more F1 drivers
World Rally Championship promoter Simon Long wants to see more drivers crossing over from Formula 1 in the wake of the major impact Kimi Raikkonen made on last week's Rally Finland.
Campos denies struggle to launch F1 team
Adrian Campos has rejected rumours his Campos-Meta team may not make its Formula One debut as scheduled in 2010.
Williams pleased with team's progress
Frank Williams has said he is impressed with the progress made by his team this year, but that it still has to take another step before it can win races.
As I have said in my previous post so here are the pros and cons of Michal's return at Valencia Friday Practice.
1) There is a myth about Michal that he is one of the best adopter of any new circuit, if he does well in Valencia on his outing this myth will solidifies otherwise broken if he will not be able to handle the car properly.
2) This will be the first time in his career when he will drive a car which is not been design according to his driving style and I am not counting his rookie years early 91 and 92.
3) If a rookie can go into a GP with out driving the f1 car around a circuit for even a single lap then Michal is a veteran and he certainly will do better then the rookie.
4) Michal will not loose anything at all if he don't do anything stupid(Hill 94', Villenevue 97 or Monaco 2006) but other drivers get something which they will proud off in the future.
5) Also his performance make both types of people something to cheer about those who are his fans will have good reasons for both his good or bad performance while his haters also have good reasons for his good or bad performance. So it is a win-win situation for both groups.
6) Michal is returning to help Ferrari develops next year car and his feedback will make the real difference. Expecting wins from Michal is far fetch thinking which may become true but a podium will be possible.