Nick Heidfeld yesterday suggested Red Bull have been sandbagging in testing which could spell trouble for the rivals of the Formula One world champions.
Nick Heidfeld is to replace the injured Robert Kubica at Renault for the foreseeable future. Kubica is potentially out for the entire forthcoming Formula One season after undergoing a series of operations at the Santa Corona hospital in Pietra Ligure, following the serious injuries he suffered in an accident in the Ronde di Andora rally 10 days ago.
Nick Heidfeld is to replace the injured Robert Kubica at Renault for the foreseeable future.
Red Bull's Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel continued to pay lavish compliments to Ferrari today, joking he would finance a holiday for Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa so he could drive the red car.
Lotus Renault appear to have arrived at a shortlist of three names to drive in place of the stricken Robert Kubica this season.
Vitantonio Liuzzi has sidestepped questions about the possibility of replacing Robert Kubica at Lotus Renault this season, insisting the stricken Pole's recovery is the priority.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso yesterday gave South Korea's new Formula One circuit a positive review, saying he expects a "spectacular" race on Sunday.
Mercedes GP have announced Nick Heidfeld as the team's test and reserve driver for the 2010 Formula One season.
Nick Heidfeld accused Force India's Adrian Sutil of brainless behaviour yesterday after a Singapore Grand Prix collision ended the BMW-Sauber driver's record run of Formula One finishes.
Button relieved to see championship lead cut by just two points after first-lap pile-up
Nick Heidfeld is in talks with other Formula One teams over securing his future in the sport after being left stunned by BMW Sauber's withdrawal yesterday.
There were strong feelings this time around that the decision to put the race start back from its usual 3pm to 5pm, in order to maximise the global television audience, was an open invitation to the chaos that duly ensued in Sepang.
Formula One drivers have called for an ex-F1 driver to be appointed to replace the panel of stewards in the wake of contentious decisions at last weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.
BMW Sauber have confirmed they will retain their existing driver line-up of Robert Kubica and Nick Heidfeld for the 2009 Formula One season.
After he had taken a surprise pole position for the Italian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel said there had been no secret about Toro Rosso's performance. They had just stayed out on a wet track and focussed on setting fast lap times. Yesterday, after he replaced Fernando Alonso as the youngest man ever to win a grand prix, similar observations applied. The team opted for minimal downforce to maximise speed down Monza's long straights, ran a perfect strategic plan around two pit stops, and executed them cleanly. And the way Vettel drove made you forget that he was only 21 years and 73 days old. You could have been watching a young Michael Schumacher.
Lewis Hamilton was stripped of victory following today's Belgian Grand Prix after stewards imposed a 25-second penalty on the McLaren driver.