Articles tagged Toro Rosso

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Buemi's New Bull Run

Sébastien buemi is hoping that racing for Toyota’s LMP1 programme and acting as a reserve driver for Red bull will help usher him back to the Formula 1 grid in 2013 Formula 1 has always been an unforgiving place for a driver. If you don’t perform to the standard that’s expected you can find yourself cast mercilessly aside as another hotshot takes your place. You can be getting into a race seat as...

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The Motor Sport Month - Formula 1 News

The development race beginsThe longest season in Formula 1 history looks set to be a question of who can keep ahead in the development race over the course of 20 Grands Prix, rather than who kicks off the season with the most competitive package. While early testing in Spain suggested that the usual contenders are likely to set the pace, the major rule changes mean teams have much to learn, and...

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Nigel Roebuck

Only in Italy would you find a politician weighing into a debate about the outcome of a Formula 1 World Championship. Within hours of Sebastian Vettel's winning the title in Abu Dhabi, one Roberto Calderoli, a member of the Northern League party, was so incensed by what he called Ferrari's 'demented strategy' (to pit Fernando Alonso earlier than planned) that he publicly called for the...

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Nigel Roebuck

Reflections - Champion Vettel is also a winner off the track - IndyCar was an accident waiting to happen As each Formula 1 season evolves, press conferences inevitably take on a familiar hue, because some cars are much quicker than others and you tend to get the same drivers, time after time. There are conferences after qualifying and after the race, and they feature the top three, as we know....

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Ed Foster

Great British 'bike offA British team is out to break 400mph on two wheels - no easy task even with World Superbike Champion James Toseland aboard Very few people have been faster than 400mph on land. The 'Bonneville 400' club lists the likes of Art Arfons (576.553mph), Donald Campbell (403.100mph), Andy Green (763.035mph) and Richard Noble (633.468mph), but there's no one in the 14-strong list...

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Berger on Alesi

Friends as well as rivals, the wry Austrian and volatile Frenchmen found time for some fun during their pairings at Ferrari and Benetton By Rob Widdows Gerhard Berger chose Jean Alesi without hesitation. Very Berger, no messing about, things to do, people to see, a Grand Prix team to run. “Sure, I give you 15 minutes, I meet you in half an hour, no problem.” In the paddock at the Shanghai...

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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...



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