After an interrupted start to the United States Grand Prix weekend, our Frenchman is happy with the first day’s track action and confident heading into tomorrow’s qualifying session Follow @Lotus_F1Team How do you assess your day? Not the perfect day to be honest as we took a little bit of time to get the setup right, but at the end of the day the long run pace was pretty good and I was much happier with the car. It’s not an easy circuit and the surface has changed quite a bit from last year (…) – News
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We’re back on track to complete the first day’s running in Austin and drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Romain Grosjean hit the road for FP2. With the full session ahead, it’s time to get some serious track time ahead of the 2013 United States Grand Prix… Follow @Lotus_F1Team Romain Grosjean, E21-04 Position: P8 Fastest Lap: 1:38.255 Laps Completed: 33 Heikki Kovalainen, E21-05 Position: P5 Fastest Lap: 1:38.073 Laps Completed: 41 [View the story “2013 United States GP – FP2 (…) – News
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[Updated] The driver market this season seems both volatile and fluid, with many drivers in the balance and some big moves being made. The latest is the decision by McLaren, after much agonising, to drop Sergio Perez after just one season and replace him with Kevin Magnussen. The decision has not been announced by McLaren yet, but various news outlets have heard it in the last 24 hours from various sources and this site has had solid evidence that Perez has been dropped.
The world championship has been decided, but Formula 1 still has plenty of energy for its second visit to Austin, Texas, which proved a huge hit with teams, drivers and fans last season. Austin is the tenth different venue for the Formula 1 US Grand Prix, but this one is considered a real winner. The new Circuit of the Americas, which runs anti clockwise, is a wonderful mixture of many of the most famous circuits on the F1 calendar; it has more corners at over 250 km/h than Spa and more below 100kph than Hungary, which is quite a combination!
We are delighted to launch the JA on F1 2013 year book, which is now available to pre-order from today. The book, now in its fifth year of publication, is a firm favourite with fans all over the world, as it provides insight and analysis on the news stories that shaped the season. The book features a mixture of original posts from the JA on F1 website, plus extensive new material looking back on trends and developments during the year