Articles tagged Korean GP

Page 76 of April 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, April 2013

Around the world in 80 ways

The Formula 1 calendar becomes ever more cosmopolitan, yet its farthest extremes might be more accessible than you'd imagine... By Simon Arron "You want what?" From the look on our interpreter's face you might think we'd requested something complex, but we sought only a knife to butter our toast... and the hotel appeared bereft of cutlery. Such can be the reality of the itinerant Formula 1...

Page 111 of January 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, January 2013

With great power comes great responsibility

Martin Donnelly is one of a pool of former racers who have been called on to become F1 driver stewards. After the Korean GP he offered some insight into the pressures of calling the shots By Sam Smith Since the start of 2010 an ex-Formula 1 driver has joined the permanent race stewards to help call the shots, and in Korea it was Martin Donnelly's turn. It's the third such appointment for the...

Page 19 of December 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, December 2011

Team pact under threat

An argument over the Resource Restriction Agreement is threatening the future of FOTA, the F1 teams' organisation. Some teams are convinced that Red Bull Racing is spending more than it is supposed to, with the matter being complicated by the independence of its design facility, Red Bull Technology. After a meeting at the Korean GP Christian Horner indicated that the issue had become so critical...

Page 16 of December 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, December 2012

Lauda central to Mercedes shake-up

Lauda central to Mercedes shake-up The poaching of Lewis Hamilton by Mercedes was a huge coup for Ross Brawn and his men, and it ensures that the team will be under intense media scrutiny in 2013 and beyond. The team also faces huge pressure to perform from the Daimler AG board after the three unproductive years of the Michael Schumacher comeback era. And the man who will be reporting back to...

Page 12 of October 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, October 2010

Grand Prix Scene

Five prepare for title climax The battle for the 2010 World Championship looks set to be the closest ever, with five drivers separated by just 20 points as the teams headed into the summer break. The title fight has been blown wide open by a late surge from Ferrari and Fernando Alonso, a loss of momentum for McLaren, and the ongoing failure of Red Bull to capitalise fully on its qualifying...

Page 13 of October 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, October 2010

Korean circuit 'on schedule'

Bernie Ecclestone has insisted that all is well with the Korean GP, despite suggestions that the building of the track had fallen behind schedule. A visit from the FIA’s Charlie Whiting in July gave the promoters a clear idea of what they need to do to be ready for the October 22-24 race. “They’re getting on with it,” Ecclestone told Motor Sport. “Like all new events, until it happens it’s a new...

Page 14 of December 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, December 2010

Nigel Roebuck

REFLECTIONS - Why qualifying will be key for the world title - Watkins Glen, the true home of the US GP As I write, three of the 19 rounds of the 2010 World Championship remain, and Ferrari's Stefano Domenicali suggests that qualifying will play a pivotal role in deciding which of five drivers will end up with the title. This is not, it must be said, in itself a ground-breaking declaration. The...

Page 94 of January 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 94, January 2014

Daniel in the lion's den

Formula 1's most coveted spare seat has passed from one Australian to another. How is Daniel Ricciardo likely to fare at Red Bull? We asked some of those who know him best Writer, Simon Arron Serial Championship winner Trevor Carlin had just flown in to join his team at Albacete, Spain, for a test ahead of the 2009 British Formula 3 season. "Our car had yet to turn a wheel when I arrived," he...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



Sign up to our newsletters
The latest news, straight to your inbox – click below to sign up to the newsletter list.



The Motor Sport App
Carry Motor Sport with you, wherever you go. On iOS, Android and Kindle.


Noticed a mistake on this page?

Tell Us About It