Articles tagged Sebastien Buemi

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In brief

* Having announced his retirement from Formula 1 last October, Alex Wurz has made a surprise U-turn and signed up as Honda’s third driver. His reserve role means he would race should either Jenson Button or Rubens Barrichello be unable to compete. * Champ Car star Graham Rahal enjoyed his first taste of F1 power during a demo run in a BMW at a makeshift course outside a Las Vegas exhibition hall...

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BELL RI\GS IN SAFETY CHANGES NEW VISOR PANEL DEVELOPED AFTER MASSAS HORROR CRASH URING QUALIFYING FOR the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix, a coil spring fell off Rubens Barrichello's Brawn and hit Felipe Massa on the head. No doubt everyone who has seen video footage of the accident realises just how lucky the Brazilian was. Yes, Massa suffered severe injuries and was out for the rest of the season,...

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The greatest grid ever!*(*maybe)

A rare collection of talents, sporting and technical, has been assembled for the 2010 Formula 1 season. We explore whether this just might be the greatest grid in historyBy Anthony Rowlinson Briefly, let the stats do the talking: four World Champion drivers, with 11 titles between them. Six teams that have claimed constructors’ world titles; eight that have won Grands Prix (10 if we count for...

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Teams in race to be ready for Melbourne

There is promise and potential everywhere you look. The glass is half full at every team during pre-season testing before the Grand Prix grid lines up for the first race in a new season. This year the anticipation is greater than ever, thanks to the biggest raft of technical regulation changes since narrow-track cars were introduced in 1998. The new generation of Formula 1 cars have a limited...

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Events of the month

Wales Rally GB Not so much an event of the month, this, as one of the finest of 2013. Its success, though, was founded on the clamour surrounding the stages rather than anything that happened within. A move to rallying's North and Mid-Welsh heartland generated a bumper crowd and a vibrant atmosphere, with numbers being such that spectators occasionally had to be turned away. World champion...

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Ricciardo makes F1 debut-in rival team

Ricciardo makes Fl debut in rival team Red Bull Racing reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo made his Formula 1 debut at Silverstone after being drafted into HRT to replace Narain Karthikeyan. Seen by Red Bull as the next talent of Vettel proportions, the Australian had previously been driving for Toro Rosso in Friday morning practice sessions. Red Bull decided that it was better to get him race...

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Spot the difference

New-look cars, KERS, no testing… and plenty of overtaking. That’s what F1 2009 is set to bring By Adam Cooper Grand Prix racing has gone through some major winter rule changes before now, but rarely have so many novelties arrived in one package. After years of relative stability helped to close up the field, this season is going to be fascinating and unpredictable. “They are the most sweeping...

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The Motor Sport Month - Historic News

FoS lures major namesStars flock to 20th anniversary Goodwood. By Paul Laurence The presence of seven world Champions, seven Grand Prix teams and an assault on the 14-year-old hill record are key features of the 20th anniversary Goodwood Festival of Speed (July 12-14). Among 125 motor sport stars, former World Champions Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Alain Prost, Nelson Piquet, Sir Jackie Stewart...

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Senna slots in at Williams

Bruno Senna has been confirmed as a Williams driver alongside Pastor Maldonado for the 2012 season. The decision means that ex-Force India driver Adrian Sutil and Grand Prix veteran Rubens Barrichello are both still on the sidelines. “Bruno only started racing when he was 20 years old,” said team principal Frank Williams, “but quickly proved his talent in F3 and GP2. The circumstances of Bruno’s...

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F1 season review 2011

Vettel’s brilliance, Button’s rise at McLaren and Alonso’s never-say-die spirit… Those were the topics served up for starters when Motor Sport met for lunch and a post-F1 season chat David Coulthard has a lot to answer for. The 13-time Grand Prix winner was the glue that forged a lasting bond between the two men who have masterminded the dominance of an energy drinks brand over the most...



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