REPORTERS – 31/05/2015

Damming report from the EU about the alcohol in the sport has caused questions about whether it should be banned ten years after tobacco was No alcohol ban The FIA president Jean Todt has ruled out any ban on alcohol sponsorship in Formula One. However he said a ban would not be possible to implement.

F1 Today – 29/05/2015

Ferrari pass inspection Ferrari has passed a wind tunnel inspection by the FIA according to The inspection came after there was suggestions following a step forward by the team in Barcelona. There has been increased use of the Italian team’s wind tunnel in recent weeks the reason hasn’t been explained. However Ferrari has confirmed

FIA begins search for new team to join F1

Formula One’s governing body the FIA has opened the bidding process to find a new team to join the sport within the next two years. The candidates must have the technical ability and resources of the team. The team will need to be able to raise their own money and be able to participate in

F1 Today – 28/05/2015

Crash Compensation The family of Maria De Villota are considering claiming compensation over her crash in July 2012. It comes a day after the British Health and Safety Executive announced it will not take further action against Marussia (now Manor). She crashed a car into truck while testing at Duxford airfield. she suffered serious head

F1 Today – 27/05/2015

No action after crash of De Villota No further action will be taken by the British Health and Safety Executive into the crash of the former Marussia test driver Maria de Villota. Villota crashed a car into a truck during a straight line test at Duxford airfield in July 2012 The Spaniard died of natural

Reporters: 24/05/2015

Audi don’t seem quite sure about Formula One, Massa Backs Refueling and Hamiltion has signed a new contract. It’s all here in this week’s edition of Reporters. Audi – Will they or won’t they? At the start of the week German car Manufacturer Audi stated “that it has no plans to enter Formula One” Although

Monaco Grand Prix – Result

Po Name Team Time Points 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:49:18.420  25 2 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +00:04.486 18 3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +00:06.053 15 4 Daniil Kvyat Red Bull – Renault +00:11.965 12 5 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Renault +00:13.608 10 6 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari +00:14.345 8 7 Sergio Perez Force India – Mercedes +00:15.013

Monaco Grand Prix – Qualifying

7 Po Name Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:16.588 01:15.864 01:15.098 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:16.528 01:15.471 01:15.440 3 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 01:17.502 01:16.181 01:15.849 4 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Renault 01:17.254 01:16.706 01:16.041 5 Daniil Kvyat Red Bull – Renault 01:16.845 01:16.453 01:16.182 6 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 01:17.660 01:16.440 01:16.427

MONACO GP – Hamilton takes first pole around the principality

  Lewis Hamilton has taken pole ahead of Sundays Monaco Grand Prix ending the hopes of his team-mate Nico Rosberg of claiming a hat-trick of poles at the circuit. The world champion took pole in overcast conditions on the streets of the principality. His team-mate threw away his final lap after he locked up the