Developments of the Week- 3rd February 2018 to 10th February 2018

In the round-up this week: F1 announces plans to replace grid girls with grid kids; Mercedes and Mclaren announce new sponsorship deals; Halo can withstand weight of London bus insists Mercedes; Renault’s engine gains, Mclaren influence on engine design unlikely until 2020; WEC changes schedule of Fuji race to accomodate Alonso; Grosjean insists Haas won’t be left behind in 2018. Continue reading Developments of the Week- 3rd February 2018 to 10th February 2018

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Developments of the Week- 27th January 2018 to 3rd February 2018

In the round- up: F1 teams reveal 2018 car launch dates; F1 to drop grid girls as Lauda, Bernie and now, ex- grid girls weigh in against the decision; F1 announces new schedule to 2018 calendar; Alonso to race at LeMans this year; Kubica has to earn 2019 seat say Williams. Continue reading Developments of the Week- 27th January 2018 to 3rd February 2018

Developments of the Week- 7th January 2018 to 13th January 2018

In the round-up this week: Kubica set for reserve role as Sirotkin rumored to be favourite for Williams seat; Kvyat joins Ferrari as Development driver; Halo could get a digital ticker; Mclaren to undergo the biggest change in 2018 as they go for a new look in 2018; Renault to crackdown on engine quality control; Williams wary of Mclaren threat in 2018;  F1 fans promised new TV experience in 2018; F1 could undergo grid formation changes. Continue reading Developments of the Week- 7th January 2018 to 13th January 2018

Developments of the Week- 1st January 2017 to 6th January 2017

In the round-up this week: Alonso gets a taste of Daytona 24h; New logos inbound for 2018 f1 season; Sergey Sirotkin favourite for Williams seat as Massa says Williams 2018 car is very aggressive; Latifi gets Force India reserve driver role; Nurburgring in talks for a 2019 return;  Ferrari have the hardest step left to win titles; Renault reveals Budowski’s role; Di Resta to take part in Formula E test; Perez, Ocon mature enough to race say Force India; Bottas wants fans to design his 2018 helmet; Honda to keep current F1 engine as backup for 2018, say three engine limit unreasonable. Continue reading Developments of the Week- 1st January 2017 to 6th January 2017

Developments of the Week-13th December 2017 to 21st December 2017

In the round-up this week: Ferrari says 2018 last chance for Raikkonen to find form as Raikkonen insists he has the hunger; Mclaren won’t have title sponsor in 2018; Ferrari reveal 2018 car launch date; Kvyat was more talented than Hartley or Gasly says Tost; RedBull could be championship favourite in 2018 says Ricciardo; Toro Rosso says it’s too early to be worried about Honda engine penalties; Hamilton hopes Alonso can be title contender in 2018; Wehrlein deserves to be in F1 says Toto Wolff;  Stroll admits he must up his game in qualifying;  Continue reading Developments of the Week-13th December 2017 to 21st December 2017

Developments of the Week- 3rd December 2017 to 11th December 2017

In the round-up: F1 2018 Calendar revealed with races, tests and line-ups; F1 tweaks grid penalty system for 2018; Honda F1 chief Hasegawa leaves role in overhaul;Pirelli announce tyre choices for the first three races of 2018; Jean Todt gets elected as FIA president as he reveals details about Schumacher’s test post-title; Marchionne says Ferrari quit threat is serious and says Giovinazzi will get his chance;Vettel on lack of overtaking and future ‘wiser’ F1 battles; Renault targets top 3 spot in testing mileage; Honda disaster reason for Mclaren’s lack of sponsors; Kvyat’s aggression made for unnecessary pressure on himself says Franz Tost. Continue reading Developments of the Week- 3rd December 2017 to 11th December 2017

Developments of the Day- 29th November 2017

In the round-up today: Alfa Romeo makes a return with Sauber; Vettel finishes Abu Dhabi test on top as Kubica finishes in 7th; Santander confirm F1 exit; Williams say Kubica’s fitness not a concern; Renault’s Permane and Hulkenberg back Sirotkin for F1 drive; Hamilton praises Pirelli’s hypersoft tyre; Wolff says Mercedes could also quit after 2020; Old F1 logo not memorabel or iconic says Brawn. Continue reading Developments of the Day- 29th November 2017