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Australian GP: First look at 2019 F1 tech on display at Albert Park

about 1 month ago

from: Autosport.com

( 151 views )

With the start of the Formula 1 season now upon us, the veil of secrecy and common use of pit garage barriers is over - for some, at least read more »

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Video: What's behind Ferrari's camera secrecy

7 months ago

from: Autosport Videos

( 387 views )

First Ferrari was asked not to use its 'camera cooling bag', then it placed an umbrella over its car before sessions, and now it has a new airbox cooling device that... read more »

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Teams agree to secrecy over details of Formula 1's post-2020 plan

about 1 year ago

from: Autosport.com

( 705 views )

Formula 1 team bosses have agreed to keep ongoing discussions with Liberty over the details of F1's post-2020 future a secret read more »

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Wehrlein defends secrecy over extent of injury

about 1 year ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 1410 views )

Despite being criticised by some for missing the opening two races of this season, Pascal Wehrlein says his injury was "private" and he wanted to keep it that way. read more »

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Alonso Indy deal required 'highest degree of secrecy' - Brown

over 2 years ago

from: Crash.Net

( 635 views )

McLaren executive director Zak Brown explains the lengths he had to go to so Fernando Alonso's shock Indy 500 deal became a reality. read more »

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F1 chief Ross Brawn wants teams' secrecy cut to boost broadcasts

over 2 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 512 views )

Ross Brawn has revealed plans to push Formula 1 teams to end their culture of secrecy, as part of a bid to deliver a better experience for fans read more »

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Sauber in the dark on deals

over 3 years ago

from: SkySports.com/F1

( 429 views )

Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has said the secrecy surrounding commercial deals between teams and Bernie Ecclestone is such that they’ve only been able to try and... read more »

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Schumacher theft suspect found hanged in jail

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 835 views )

A man arrested on suspicion of stealing Michael Schumacher's medial records following his skiing accident has been found dead. The unnamed man was a manager at Swiss Air... read more »

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Pirelli summoned over test secrecy

over 5 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 337 views )

Pirelli's appearance at the FIA International Tribunal is related to questions over whether not inviting other teams to the Mercedes test was 'prejudicial' to... read more »

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Video: Mercedes test based on 'privacy not secrecy' - Ross Brawn - Canadian GP

over 5 years ago

from: YouTube.com

( 844 views )

Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn says the arrangements for their controversial Pirelli tyre test were based on "privacy not secrecy". Speaking to BBC chief F1... read more »

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Brawn: Pirelli test was private, not secret

over 5 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

( 511 views )

Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn has said that their tyre test was private, rather than secret, ahead of this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix. Mercedes will face an... read more »

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Mercedes sought 'privacy not secrecy'

over 5 years ago

from: BBC.co.uk/F1

( 589 views )

Mercedes say the arrangements for their controversial Pirelli tyre test were based on "privacy not secrecy". read more »

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Horner defends Ferrari amid tyre test row

over 5 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 702 views )

Red Bull's Christian Horner has jumped to Ferrari's defence after the FIA called upon the Italian team to answer questions about its own private Pirelli test. Horner,... read more »

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Vettel's smile is perfect cover for Red Bull's secrecy

over 6 years ago

from: BBC.co.uk/F1

( 499 views )

The world champion knows how to work a crowd, but could rule changes affect Red Bull's ability to work their car well enough? read more »

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Shedding light on F1's £740m profit

over 7 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 668 views )

The exact details of just how much money F1 puts in the pockets of its owners has been shrouded in utmost secrecy. Until now. read more »