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After five races and four podiums, Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen heads to Monaco a tantalising four points off the drivers’ championship lead.
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There was a fantastic atmosphere as over 30,000 Ferrari fans turned out to witness Shell's first ever street demonstration with a Ferrari Formula One car in Poland and celebrate the launch of Shell's new gasoline, Shell V-Power Nitro+. Massa demonstrated the power and performance of a Ferrari F60 around a specially-designed street circuit in the ... (more)
The following day, Luca Marmorini, Ferrari's Head of Formula One Engine and Electronics, also attended the event, chatting to students and delivering an engineering masterclass.
One of Lotus' weaknesses throughout 2012 was an inability to qualify high enough up the grid to challenge for race victories on a consistent basis.
Gian Carlo Minardi, the man who gave a number of rising stars their first break in F1, including Fernando Alonso , says that youngsters need more testing mileage.
Kimi Raikkonen, who had a rough race last year in Monaco, is expecting much better next weekend.
Ferrari have slated Pirelli's critics, saying it's ironic how some "owners" have forgotten their complaints of the past after failing to dominate.
May 16 Eric Boullier has revealed Lotus is "a little disappointed" with Pirelli's decision to change its 2013 tyres mid-season. Amid the media furore and the complaining of prominent teams like Red Bull and Mercedes, F1's official supplier announced that it will revert to elements of last year's tyre design for the Canadian grand prix next month ... (more)
Formula One is still in preliminary discussions over whether to implement a new penalty system that would in essence punish drivers for each infringement until they total too many points and get hit with a race ban.
Christian Horner was on Tuesday faced with rising speculation Red Bull is weighing up a choice between two drivers for Mark Webber's 2014 seat.
Formula One world champions Red Bull could benefit from changes to be introduced at next month's Canadian Grand Prix that will make tyres tougher and longer lasting, supplier Pirelli recognised on Tuesday.
May 14 Stefano Domenicali doubts F1's pecking order will change significantly as the 'development race' continues in 2013.
Indeed, so crucial is the impact of Pirelli's controversial product this year is that rumours are swirling that Red Bull mogul Dietrich Mateschitz may have renewed his threat to pull out of formula one.