Trulli: Pirellis lack development
Jarno Trulli believes Pirelli's tyres are still lacking development, the Italian claiming this year's rubber is proving too inconsistent.
Pirelli is returning to Formula 1 this year for the first time since 1991, and the company has stated several times that its tyres have been designed to wear quickly enough for drivers to have to make two pitstops in each race.
Trulli, however, reckons the tyres are lacking balance.
Kubica begins his rehabilitation process
Robert Kubica has begun his rehabilitation and is in "pretty good" condition mentally following his accident, one of the the doctors treating him said on Tuesday. Kubica underwent his final surgery last week and was moved out of the intensive care unit a few days ago.
Doctor Igor Rossello said Kubica's conditions was positive and that the Pole was already working on his rehabilitation.
Kolles: HRT 'will catch' Lotus, Virgin
HRT team boss Colin Kolles sees no reason why his squad cannot overhaul fellow 2010 newcomers Lotus and Virgin in the future, and believes its new F111 will bring up to date with contemporary Formula 1 design after its poor debut year. The 2010 HRT - which was originally created by Dallara before the relationship between the Italian constructor and the team broke down - was the slowest car in the field throughout last season.
Texas GP project appoints president
The organisers of the new United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, have appointed former Churchill Downs race course chief Steve Sexton as the project's president.
Sexton's background is in running horse racing venues, most recently as president and CEO of Churchill Downs Entertainment.
US GP chief Tavo Hellmund said: "Steve brings more than 25 years of major sports and entertainment management experience to our project.
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