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Paul Di Resta was well familiar with Silverstone long before he drove a Force India in yesterday morning's first free practice session.
Sir, the champagne! Motor racing enthusiasts were treated to the sight of a distantly familiar face aboard yesterday morning's Gulf Air flight to Bahrain, departing just in time for the start of the 2010 Grand Prix season.
Karun Chandhok will this season become the second Indian driver to compete in Formula One.
Virgin Racing have signed Formula Two champion Andy Soucek as their test and reserve driver ahead of their debut F1 season.
The Brian Viner Interview: Votes are cast for the new FIA president today and Britain's most successful motor-racing driver is disgusted that the men currently in power – after presiding over an era of scandal – are trying to further the cause of their preferred successor. Even at 70, his beloved sport's tribulations still get him all revved up
Former Renault principal says that it was 'his duty' to resign over crash incident
Nelson Piquet Jr has been dropped by Renault after a disappointing time in Formula One. The Brazilian was unable to match the feats of his father, who won the drivers world championship on three occasions.
Felipe Massa's cruelly random injury at qualifying in Hungary – along with the recent death of John Surtees' son – have turned back the clock with almost casual brutality.
Everybody has an opinion of what Lewis Hamilton is cur-rently doing wrong, just as last year everyone had an opinion about what he was doing right. But when the man expressing an opinion is Sir Jackie Stewart – ahead of next week's British Grand Prix, which will be a critical event for Hamilton – you tend to listen more keenly.
Sir Jackie Stewart, an implacable enemy of the FIA president, Max Mosley, who last year branded him a "certifiable halfwit" after the triple world champion had criticised his handling of the so-called Stepneygate spy scandal, launched a scathing attack on the Englishman's continued tenure following the recent vote of confidence by an extraordinary general assembly of Formula One's governing body in Paris.
Beleaguered FIA president Max Mosley yesterday continued his campaign to rehabilitate himself in the eyes of the world, while vowing to continue in his role until 2009.