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Test reduction bad for F1 - de la Rosa

over 4 years ago

from: Autosport.com

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Ferrari Formula 1 development driver Pedro de la Rosa says the planned reduction in testing for next season is bad for the sport. read more »

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Todt: 'It may be that some teams don't survive '

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

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FIA president Jean Todt has admitted the recent excercise in cost-cutting hasn't gone far enough and it will likely see some teams unable to survive. Whilst budget cuts... read more »

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Small teams oppose Friday practice reduction

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

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Formula 1's smaller outfits aren't in favour of cutting Friday practice from the present two 90-minute sessions to just one in 2015. It's a proposal put forward... read more »

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Just one Friday practice session from 2015

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

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Friday's running looks set to drop from two 90-minute sessions to just one next season in a bid to reduce costs. The proposal, put forward by the teams, is to push... read more »

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Sauber still struggling despite weight reduction - Sutil

over 4 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

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Adrian Sutil says Sauber still has issues with its car despite shedding 10 kilos in chassis weight ahead of the last race in Spain, making 2014 one of the most difficult starts... read more »

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Tech Talk: Ferrari switch to single-pillar mounting

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

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Ferrari debuted several minor developments at the Spanish Grand Prix, but the largest and by far the most noticeable was the rear-wing assembley. The F14-T has suffered from an... read more »

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Sauber loses weight for Spain

over 4 years ago

from: PlanetF1.com

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Sauber's C33 has undergone an "extensive weight reduction" ahead of next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix... read more »

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Spanish GP: Preview - Sauber

over 4 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

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Along with a "significant aerodynamic update", the C33 has undergone "extensive weight reduction" for the start of the European season. read more »

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Sauber to bring major upgrades to Spain

over 4 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

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Sauber will bring major upgrades to next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix as they bid to turn around their fortunes in 2014. Sauber has yet to score a point so far this... read more »

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FIA summons F1 teams to cost cutting meeting

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 585 views )

The FIA has called an urgent meeting to discuss ways to reduce costs in Formula 1 following a World Motor Sport Council meeting on Friday. The governing body will meet with... read more »

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FIA: Teams still committed to cost reduction

over 4 years ago

from: Crash.Net

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FIA confirms meeting to take place on May 1 to 'clarify the means to achieve a substantial F1 Team cost reduction'. read more »

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WMSC meets in Morocco

over 4 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

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At its meeting in Marrakech, the FIA WMSC agreed a study on F1 engine noise and a meeting with the teams on cost reduction. read more »

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Lowdon fears noise reduction may affect sponsors

over 4 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

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Marussia Chief Executive Officer Graeme Lowdon says that Formula 1 faces losing some of its 'wow factor' following the switch to 1.6 litre V6 power units... read more »

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Bottas plays down 2014 'fuel saving' fears

over 4 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

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Valtteri Bottas has played down fears grands prix will become little more than fuel-saving affairs in F1's new 'green' era. Each driver will be limited to just... read more »

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Pirelli announces tyre choices for opening races

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 536 views )

Pirelli has revealed which tyre compounds it will be taking to the opening four races of the 2014 season. The opening round in Australia will see the medium (white) and soft... read more »

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F1 'not much quicker' than GP2 in 2014 says Button

over 4 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

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Jenson Button thinks GP2, F1's second-tier support series, will run the premier category close for pace in 2014. As the sport's all-new energy-recovery and V6... read more »

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FIA reaffirms plans for F1 cost controls

over 4 years ago

from: Crash.Net

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F1 is to push ahead with plans for cost reduction and cost control regulations after the F1 Strategy Group unanimously agreed the proposals this... read more »

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Teams to present cost-cutting plans in June

over 4 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

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Formula 1 teams have unanimously agreed that cost reduction and cost control plans will be presented to the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) in June, before a budget cap is... read more »

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Dramatic reduction of downforce and drag - Green

over 4 years ago

from: F1Technical.net

( 457 views )

Following the unveiling of their new car, Sahara Force India's technical director Andrew Green goes into a bit more detail on the design and what to expect from the... read more »

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Whiting admits '2014 cars a little ugly, a little odd'

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 825 views )

Race director Charlie Whiting has confirmed what many fans feared, that the 2014 cars won't be aesthetically pleasing thanks to the new technical regulations, particularly... read more »

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Todt dismisses points change as 'not dramatic'

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

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FIA president Jean Todt has called the decision to award double points at the final race of the season "a small change and nothing more." Whilst the idea has caused... read more »

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Lotus won't run passive DRD at Spa, Sauber tempted

over 4 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

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Lotus will not run its passive drag reduction device at the Belgian Grand Prix after some inconclusive tests with the system during first practice read more »

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Lotus set to drop DRD after Friday practice

over 4 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

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Lotus is likely to abandon its Drag Reduction Device (DRD) for the remainder of this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, following an inconclusive opening day of practice. read more »

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Lotus set to abandon Spa passive DRS

over 4 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 336 views )

Lotus is set to drop its passive drag reduction system for the rest of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend because of a lack of dry running today read more »

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Lotus set to use DRD again in Belgium

over 4 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

( 430 views )

Lotus has revealed that it is planning to re-evaluate its Drag Reduction Device (DRD) during this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, with the flowing,... read more »