Monthly Archives: September 2017

It is a real surprise, says Hamilton about his pole: Malaysian GP

DRIVERS: 1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes); 2 – Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN (Ferrari); 3 – Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing) TRACK INTERVIEWS (conducted by Johnny Herbert) Lewis, what a great result for you. You must be very happy. That looked like a pretty decent lap? Lewis HAMILTON: Firstly, look at this crowd. I know it’s our last grand prix here but… Read More »

Hamilton takes pole as Vettel suffers mechanical issue, starts last: Malaysian GP

Sepang: Lewis Hamilton claimed his fifth career Malaysian Grand Prix pole position, equalling Michael Schumacher’s Sepang record, as the qualifying hopes of title Sebastian Vettel wrecked by a mechanical issue that saw him dumped out of the session at the end of Q1. Kimi Räkkönen was left to uphold Ferrari honour and the Finn almost… Read More »

Our target for next year too is to stay 4th: Otmar Szafnauer of Force India

PART ONE: TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Frédéric VASSEUR (Sauber), Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing), Otmar SZAFNAUER (Force India). PRESS CONFERENCE Christian, let’s begin with you and the announcement of the Aston Martin deal. Tell us the scope of that, the ambition and whether there is an engine dimension to it going forward? Christian HORNER: Well, it’s great news… Read More »

Tangirala Soumya among 8 to join Randstad Williams Engineering Academy: F1 in schools

Tangirala Soumya, one of the F1 in Schools finalists, is among the eight students to join the Williams programme that prepares youngsters for engineering positions in Formula One. Soumya, an Aberdeen Grammar school student and an Indian origin 16-year old girl, took part in the STEM challenge world finals at KL along with teammates Arran Brunning, 17,… Read More »

With new updates, Force India looking forward to stabilise its 4th place: Malaysian GP

Sepang, 26 Sept. 2017: Sahara Force India looks forward to the Formula One Malaysian GP at the Sepang F1 International Circuit which will be hosting its 19th and final F1 race this year. The Indian outfit has been punching about its weight and despite meagre financial resources has come fourth in the standings last year… Read More »

Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing confirm Aston Martin as title partner from 2018

Singap ore, 25 Sept. 2017: Eighteen months after launching an Innovation Partnership that led to the redefinition of automotive possibility with the game-changing Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar, Red Bull Racing is set to similarly redefine the Formula One grid with the announcement that the iconic sports car brand Aston Martin is to become its title partner from… Read More »