Alonso: Title chances are 50 per centFernando Alonso says he has a 50 per cent chance of winning the championship this year, and he reckons he will close the gap on the leaders by the end of the season.
Ralf Schumacher jumps to brother's defence
Ralf Schumacher has jumped to the defence of elder brother Michael amid continuing criticism of the seven-time world champion's performances in 2010.
Mercedes remains comitted to F1, says Haug
Norbert Haug is adamant that Mercedes is committed to Formula One for the long term despite admitting that the team is a long way from where it wants to be.
'Difficult' year won't force Trulli to quit
Lotus driver Jarno Trulli admits that he has found this season "hard to accept", but he insists that retirement has not crossed his mind.
Buemi plans Red Bull future, Sutil open to a move
Sebastien Buemi, currently of Toro Rosso, has quashed reports linking him with a future move to Renault, insisting his sole plan is to prove himself worthy of driving for Red Bull Racing.
Villeneuve annoyed that team plans were leaked
Jacques Villeneuve says he is annoyed that information about his plans to enter a Formula One team for the 2011 season were leaked to the press.
An act of desperation, are you serious, have you ever seen Michal racing in his first 16 years, he is one of the hardest guys to overtake and also he used to block any overtaking move to the very limit. The same he has done there to Barrichello. I am pretty sure that if he has give the place to Rubens without fight we still would involved in arguing about his return but I will not go in that direction because @m_waqas thinks we should only discuss what has happened and not what could happens and its consequences as it does not matter.
As for calling Michal cry-baby, I would this title only reserve for Mr. Barrichello because he has done the same thing last season in Interlagos but looks like age is playing key role in the comments he had made about this incident, like he was trying to kill us both, I have posted videos see those and then decide whether what he was implying was more dangerous then what has happened in those 2 videos.
As @UK would say racing is a dangerous sport and all those who are involved in it knows the threat they are facing so whether it was some one like Newey or a rookie they both knows the dangers of racing.
One more thing because of Newey involvement in racing he knows the limits of how far he could push in designing new parts and it certainly helps RBR. Also what ever speed those cars are achieving was quite low then what F1 cars achieves, and plus F1 racing is not only dangerous because of speed but also the G-forces these cars pulled on the drivers are also a big part of danger.