Articles tagged Ken Anderson

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Ecclestone slams US F1

Bernie Ecclestone has reiterated that he never expected US F1 to make the 2010 grid, and added that Formula One Management has the right to take legal action against the team for its failure to comply with the Concorde Agreement. The FIA has said that it is looking into the US F1 affair, though it’s unclear what kind of penalty might result. Ecclestone had long expressed his doubts about US F1,...

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WHO ARE KEN ANDERSON AND PETER WINDSOR? KEN ANDERSON: TEAM PRINCIPAL Started his career as a shock absorber engineer, then became a race engineer and part of the design team at Penske's Indycar outfit. He moved on to work in Fl for six years with Williams, Ligier and Onyx before joining GForce where he designed elements for Fl and Indycar teams. Anderson then returned to the USA to establish his...

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Andretti and Rahal back US F1 team bid

Andretti od Rana boa< F1 team bd Two Amer-tan neroes Wtn '1 expehence nave we corned a new team's pans to joh tne gr1d n 2010 BY GORDON KIRBY onventional wisdom did say Ken Anderson and Peter Windsor were raving dreamers sure to fail in their endeavour to field a Formula 1 team on the cheap from 2010, and further to design, build and race their cars from Charlotte, North Carolina in the heart...

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In brief

Veteran journalist Peter Windsor and former Ligier and Onyx engineer Ken Anderson are creating an American F1 team for 2010 under the banner USF1. They will build a car at a facility in Charlotte, where Anderson has a wind tunnel, and use Joan Villadelprat’s Epsilon factory in Spain as a European base. Singapore GP organisers have responded to criticism of last year’s race by modifying several...

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Budget class causes F1 turmoil

F1 teams voluntarily running to a budget cap of £30 million in 2010 will be handed competitive advantages which will enable them to run at the same pace as existing teams. The plans, announced by the FIA without consultation with the Formula One Teams Association, have sent shockwaves through the sport. Max Mosley has lobbied for a budget cap in the past, but having been unable to make it work he...


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