Pastor Maldonado is optimistic that he and Williams will be able to bounce back from a dismal Spanish Grand Prix showing on the streets of Monte-Carlo this weekend, with the Grove-based outfit on the lookout for its first point of the 2013 campaign.
Mark Webber thinks Red Bull Racing were not quick enough in Spain – Formula 1 news Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber has said that they were not quick enough to challenge for a higher position in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix. WebberShow More Summary
Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali gathered staff members at Maranello to congratulate their efforts in the run up to victory at the Spanish Grand Prix, but warned that the outfit must not change its approach as the campaign progresses.
This year's Formula One season might qualify as being just as crazy as last year's, only it's a different kind of crazy. Instead of a new winner every Sunday, how the winner actually manages to take the victory is the mystery, and just...Show More Summary
Paul di Resta says Force India have done a good job in Spain – Formula 1 news Force India driver Paul di Resta has said that they have done a good job in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix as he managed to secure an impressive 7th place finish...Show More Summary
Jenson Button feels embarrassed after the Spanish Grand Prix – Formula 1 news McLaren driver Jenson Button has said that their performance in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix was a little bit embarrassing as they failed to secure competitive...Show More Summary
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz was not amused following the Spanish Grand Prix. Not just because his team was unable to win in Barcelona, but mainly because the current battle in Formula 1 is all about managing the Pirelli tyres...
F1 reaches 'T-word' tipping point There is an angry 'T-word' on everybody's lips after Sunday's puzzling and painful Spanish grand prix. "Can anyone tell me what's going on?" an exasperated Paul di Resta asked his team during the race in Barcelona. Show More Summary
Héctor Barberá has issued a statement over his part in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend following the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez, the Avintia Blusens rider arguing that reports in the media "have seriously misjuged the truth" of the incident.
Lewis Hamilton thinks Mercedes stand a better chance in the Spanish Grand Prix – Formula 1 news Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has said that they have made some significant changes in their car and thinks they stand a better chance in...Show More Summary
Felipe Massa feels satisfied with his result in the 2013 Spanish GP – Formula 1 news Ferrari driver Felipe Massa has expressed satisfaction over his third podium finish in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix despite being unable to catch Kimi...Show More Summary
Did you enjoy a relaxing Mother's Day? NASCAR made it easy to spend time with your family, but Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix was Sunday and Spaniard Fernando Alonso took home the win. If you didn't get up early and watch the race, here's what you missed. Storied NASCAR driver Kimi Raikkonen finished second.
Kimi Raikkonen feels unhappy on his second place finish in the Spanish Grand Prix – Formula 1 news Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen has said that he is not feeling happy on his second place finish in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix, but is confidently...Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso clinches the Spanish Grand Prix as Mercedes suffer in tyre fiasco Talking Point LAST UPDATED AT 11:50 ON Mon 13 May 2013 ON SATURDAY it looked as though Lewis Hamilton's decision to quit McLaren to join Mercedes was entirely...Show More Summary
Scuderia Ferrari secured a superb first and third place finish in yesterday’s 2013 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix, with star driver Fernando Alonso taking home the victory and his team-mate Felipe Massa coming in third--this despite a penalized start at ninth on the grid. Standing in between the two Ferrari drivers was Lotus’ Kimi...
Force India driver Paul di Resta reckons there is more to come from his team after securing a third consecutive points finish at the Spanish Grand Prix, with the Scot expecting the upgrades introduced at Barcelona to yield more lap time in future races.
Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali has praised his team for delivering a faultless performance during last Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, with Fernando Alonso taking a dominant win and Felipe Massa reaching the podium from ninth on the grid.
Stefano Domenicali: “I am really happy with this great team result! We did a great job, both here at the track and back in Maranello. It was a very tense race, in which the slightest little detail could make a big difference. On this front, we read the race very well, when one considers how [...]