Minardi rise doubts over Vettel’s car

After one week from the incrediblle Vettel’s race in Singapore, Gian Carlo Minardi writes down: “waiting for the Korean GP, I would like to bring back all the wonderful memories linked to my experience at the Marina Bay Street Circuit and make some remarks about the Singapore GP, which I’d like to share and try

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Formula 1 signs new Concorde Agreement

The FIA has confirmed that a new Concorde Agreement has been signed, following months of negotiations. The new agreement will run until 2020. ‘This agreement provides the FIA with significantly improved financial means to pursue its regulatory missions and to reflect the enhanced role undertaken by the FIA in the Motor Sport,’ read an FIA

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Ferrari invoice Webber for taxi ride

Proving that even in the heat of battle F1 knows how to have fun, Ferrari have invoiced Mark Webber a whopping $27,550 for his Singapore taxi ride. Last Sunday night, Webber caught a ride on the side of Fernando Alonso’s Ferrari after his Red Bull race caught fire at the end of the Singapore Grand

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Kimi Raikkone will race in Koreea

There were a lot of rumours about Kimi’s condition during the Singapore race. Also it were spoken that he will have to undergo surgery. Himself told the press few days ago that it’s not sure if he will be ‘up and running’ in Korea. But yesterday, his trainer Mark Arnall told the Finnish newspaper Turun

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Stefano Domenicali says it’s ‘crucial’ Ferrari have their wind tunnel up and running

Stefano Domenicali has admitted that properly calibrating Ferrari’s wind tunnel will be “crucial” for their competitiveness in 2014 and beyond. The Scuderia’s Team Principal was speaking on Sunday night after watching Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel score a crushing win at the Singapore Grand Prix. The success once again underlined the aerodynamic advantage the World

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Heikki in the running for Caterham seat

Heikki Kovalainen could return to Caterham next with team owner Tony Fernandes admitting he is one of the candidates for a race seat. The Finn drove for the Leafield squad from 2010 until the end of 2012 when the team decided to pair Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde for the 2013 campaign. However,

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