KERS edges closer to Formula 1 return
Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) are looking increasingly likely to return to Formula 1 next season, with teams having given the provisional green light for work to continue on the technology.
De la Rosa boosted by Sauber progress
Pedro de la Rosa says he has been impressed by the step forward his Sauber team took in the Spanish Grand Prix last weekend.
Drivers resigned to difficult qualifying
Jenson Button believes he and his fellow Formula 1 drivers will have little option but to simply get on with trying to find a clear lap in qualifying at Monaco this weekend - as further fears were voiced about likely traffic problems.
Liuzzi says tyres have hampered him
Tonio Liuzzi believes discomfort with the 2010 Bridgestone tyres has been part of the reason for his recent difficulties.
Massa pins hopes on softer tyres
Felipe Massa is hoping the softer tyres available to teams in Monaco this weekend will help him rediscover his confidence in the cockpit.
Alonso hopeful of smaller gap to RBR
Fernando Alonso is hopeful his Ferrari team will be closer to Red Bull Racing in the Monaco Grand Prix than it was last weekend in Spain.
Schumacher critical of Q1 decision
Michael Schumacher has criticised Formula 1's team bosses for failing to implement the drivers' requests to have qualifying at Monaco split into two groups to reduce traffic.
Webber doubts Red Bull will dominate
Spanish Grand Prix winner Mark Webber does not believe his Red Bull team will have the same speed advantage in Monaco that it displayed at Catalunya a week ago, and expects a much closer battle with McLaren, Ferrari and Mercedes this weekend.
Rosberg calm on Mercedes updates
Nico Rosberg has rubbished talk that the upgrades made to his Mercedes GP at the Spanish Grand Prix mean it no longer suits him as well as Michael Schumacher.
Sorry for such a late reply, Yesterday my net connection was broken because of electricity problem.
Just one thing Bro, when you are posting quotes from news articles then please post the source too. It is part of rules of F1 fan club.
My question was not directed towards anyone, I have just asked it because I know UK most likely have read that article from where I have taken the clue of Webber's move to Ferrari.
Bro, both drivers are good friend of Alonso, so I would not be amazed if either of them ended in Ferrari. But I want to see Kubica first learning the skills of a team leader and building team around himself then his move to Ferrari will be better before that and He will not been able to compete Alonso at all.
On the other hand Mark has past his prime and even if he would be in title contending position at the end of this nothing will change, because RedBull is more focus on Vettel then Webber. Also what if he wins the championship this year and just like Button moves to take a whole new challenge of competing against Alonso, who would stop him.
Kimi's lack of motivation in 2008 and early 2009 is down to many things and one of them was Ferrari trying to give an even chance for both their drivers make a fundamental error in desiging 2008 car which was more suited to Massa's style the end result Kimi start loosing motivation as he is the kind of driver who needs a bit more attention then some other drivers.
Now we really knows that you are a mature adult, so let the fun starts. I don't have a MSN id so if you want me to send something send it either on my gmail account email@example.com or my Yahoo account firstname.lastname@example.org also most of the times I am not able to chat on Yahoo either so when ever you want to send something please post PM too on Pakwheels.
Here is the pic of one off Monaco Special new diamond mounted helmets for McLaren drivers.