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One race: the “Formula 1™ Grande Prêmio do Brasil 2007”, maybe the most important race of the year for Hamilton, Alonso and Raikkonen. On 21 October they will do their best to finish 71 laps, those infernal 305.909 km (190,083.04 miles) that keeps them away from the Title. Maybe one of them will even break the lap record established in 2004 by Montoya: 1:11.473. Definitely Alonso and Raikkonen will try to a better position than last year – Alonso finished second last year and Kimi was the (...)
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The new TF107 challenger was unveiled at the Expo XXI conference centre in Cologne by Panasonic Toyota Racing.Toyota will race with the same engine, tire partner and the same 2 drivers. That unique degree of continuity will enable the team to hit the ground running and build on the experience gained over recent seasons. "Our fundamental challenge this year is to get the first victory," says Chairman and Team Principal Tsutomu Tomita. "We announced that a year ago, but we failed to (...)
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The ING-Renault F1 Team roars into F1 world with a spectacular Amsterdam launch of its R27 racer, aiming for continued on-track success. The ING Renault F1 Team nailed its new colours to the mast with the launch of the all-new R27 F1 car and a striking visual identity. The ING Renault F1 Team signalled its arrival in Formula 1 in style, with a spectacular media presentation in front of 600 VIPs and media in Amsterdam. Winners of consecutive world championships in 2005 and 2006, the team (...)
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AT&T Williams launched its new race car, the Williams-Toyota FW29, for the 2007 season Formula One World Championship at the team’s headquarters near Oxford today. In addition to unveiling the team’s new race car, livery and racing identity with its new title partner AT&T, the team also confirmed a major new sponsorship agreement with Lenovo, a global leader in the international PC market. This announcement consolidates a strong winter of sponsorship activity for the team. (...)
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BMW Sauber F1.07 – a cast of experts - Time was of the essence in the development of the F1.06, the first car developed by the BMW Sauber F1 Team. Indeed, BMW only took the decision to purchase a majority stake in the Sauber team in June 2005. The components already in the midst of a lengthy development period (the chassis, engine and transmission) were moulded into an overall package – and with notable success, as the results over the course of the season just gone can testify. However, the (...)
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The Honda Racing F1 Team has launched a new initiative to help raise awareness of environmental issues. In place of advertising and sponsor logos that have dominated F1 cars for decades, the RA107 F1 car will simply feature a huge image of the earth. The new livery is a call to action for fans, sponsors, customers and members of the public to help address global environmental issues. There will also be the opportunity for members of the public to have their names on the car. Via the (...)
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How is that Fangio needs your help? Well, let me explain you... There is an argentinian TV show, called "El Gen Argentino - En busca del argentino mas grande", that could be translated to "The argentinian DNA - Searching for the greatest argentine Icon", and this week, its the sport icon. Wich is the other contester?, well, who else than Diego Armando Maradona. I think that all motorsport fans should give our suport to Juan Manuel Fangio, at least to make the gap (...)
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Fernando Alonso kept his advantage obtained yersterday in the practice session and took the pole position at the Italian Grand Prix. He was followed by his team mate Lewis Hamilton who took the second place. Behind McLaren’s drivers place Ferrari’s Felipe Massa with 1m 22.549s. Bmw had a great day due to the fact that its Nick Heidfeld obtained he 5th position. Felipe’s team mate Kimi Raikkonen obtained the 6th position with 1m 23.183s . Behind Raikkonen was the other Bmw driver Heikki (...)
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McLaren set the fastest time today at Monza with its Fernando Alonso. Alonso set a time of 1m 22.386s and in this way he overtook Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen ( 1m 22.446s ) but also his team mate Lewis Hamilton who did 1m 22.618s. Raikkonen’s team mate, the Brazilian Felipe Massa finished on the 4th place. The three drivers were closely followed by the driver of the Wiliams team, Nico Rosberg who finished on the 5th position. Bmw Sauber’s Kubica followed him but he was unhappy with his car due (...)
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FIA’s President Max Mosley had recently sent a letter to the McLaren Mercedes F1 team but also to its drivers Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton. This letter was sent after the FIA was attentioned by an unknown source that McLaren’s drivers may be or were in possesion of written evidence that could be relevant to the investigation. Altough in July McLaren escaped without any sanction due to the fact that there weren’t any proof that could reveal the possesion of any secret documents it seems (...)
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