Todt plans to improve FIA transparency
FIA presidential candidate Jean Todt has written to the members of the sport's governing body outlining details of how he would introduce change to the organisation's statutes to increase transparency and efficiency into its decision-making processes.
Kubica, Heidfeld surprised that BMW quit
BMW drivers Robert Kubica and Nick Heidfeld have both said that BMW's withdrawal from Formula 1 took them by surprise.
Heidfeld confident of staying in F1
Nick Heidfeld says he is confident about his chances of racing in Formula 1 next season, despite BMW announcing its departure from the sport the end of 2009.
Kubica "open-minded" on 2010 options
Robert Kubica is 'open minded' about his options for a drive in 2010, following BMW's decision to withdraw from Formula 1 at the end of the season.
Vatanen unveils election manifesto
FIA presidential hopeful Ari Vatanen has unveiled his manifesto for the forthcoming election - and outlined the details of the changes that he will undertake at the governing body if he wins October's vote.
Button thinks tyre problems are fixed
Jenson Button is optimistic that Brawn GP has got to the bottom of the tyre heating issues that have stalled his world championship campaign - but says the team will only find out on Friday whether such faith is justified.
Rosberg would relish McLaren chance
Nico Rosberg says he is ready to take on the challenge of going up against Lewis Hamilton at McLaren, after emerging as clear favourite to take the second seat at the team if it drops Heikki Kovalainen.
Badoer to race until Massa returns
Luca Badoer has confirmed that he will continue to race the second Ferrari until Felipe Massa is fit enough to return.
Ferrari will only try to take Massa on a same outing like Michal when he is fully fit physically that is his stitches are remove and the sore eye have healed and also the clear knowledge of his skull fracture been healed and that means it take about 2 months atleast before we hear any thing positive of his return to the track even for testing and the chances are even if he wants to return to the track for racing and Ferrari also found that he is fit still FIA medical team will not allow him to come back soon just to save him from any more danger and thatswhy Bernie have said that he doesnot think Massa will be able to return this season.
Now you have asked UK about the rani well I would say go back 2 or 3 pages in this topic and you will find who is rani1. Just a hint UK and that rani1 have some confrontation where rani1 have cross some lines which lead to heated debate.
About the news piece regarding Kimi here is a link look at it yourself plus just to clarify Kimi have visited Massa in Hungarian hospital but just like his usual style his visit was not been covered by F1 media the way it should be.