Archive for 2012/11/27
Christian Horner is of the course the happiest team principal at the moment after Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel clinched their third consecutive double championship. The team principal however was particularly praising the World Champion's drive at the Brazilian GP.
Lewis Hamilton’s final race for McLaren in Brazil represented a clear closing of an era for the Woking squad both in terms of its long-standing relationship with its one-time protégé and, after three season and 58 races in tandem, the team’s high-profile all-British world champion driver line-up. While Hamilton’s hopes of saying farewell with an Interlagos victory were scuppered when Nico Hulkenberg slid into him at turn one, Jenson Button was able to pick up the pieces and lay down a marker for 2013 when he will inevitably assume additional responsibility and expectation at the team given the relative inexperience More…
El alemán sobrepasó al Toro Rosso de Vergne con bandera amarilla. Leer
Sebastian Vettel adelantó con bandera amarilla al Toro Rosso de Daniel Ricciardo en la cuarta vuelta del pasado GP de Brasil. Una maniobra ilegal que debía haber sido sancionada y que habría permitido a Fernando Alonso proclamarse campeón del mu…leer la noticia completa
The 2012 season didn’t have the ending that the Williams F1 Team had hoped for, when Pastor and Bruno retired early from the Brazilian Grand Prix. Our Chief Operations Engineer, Mark Gillan, gives his verdict on the Interlagos weekend and the 2012 season as a whole…
Red Bull chief believes McLaren’s 2013 aspirations are weakened by the loss of Lewis Hamilton to Mercedes.