Fantastic Four Reboot Official Trailer by Wizzo
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The All Electric Tesla P85D in 'Insane Mode' by Wizzo
[Today at 09:41:32 am]
2015 "start-up" by Jericoke
[January 28, 2015, 08:10:13 pm]
F1 insider claims Force india in serious financial trouble by Jericoke
[January 28, 2015, 08:06:59 pm]
65 the year Jim Clark could do no wrong by F1fanaticBD
[January 28, 2015, 09:08:50 am]
Chat about the latest Formula 1 news from around the World with GPWizard
Today at 09:41:32 am by Wizzo
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Who said electric cars aren't here to stay.
January 28, 2015, 02:44:18 pm by John S
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Supplier non payment causing new car delays at team.
According to F1-insider.com it's the unpaid bills not design or build problems that's holding FIF1 back from first Jerez test.
The article by Ralf Bach is from his German web blog site, I'm sure any wrong wording or grammar is down to the google translate.
The future of Force India is far from certain: That came out in the context of a meeting of the Formula 1 strategy group in London on Tuesday. The team of Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez is reportedly facing financial collapse. Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has already been informed of a current insolvency.
Force India therefore omitted for information from F1-insider.com on the first tests that take place from Sunday to Wednesday next week in Jerez. Reason: The new car is not done, because important supplier parts have not been provided due to payment problems.
The team from the Indian billionaire Vijay Mallya plans now to the second test two weeks later in Barcelona. In the team are still other horror scenarios painted. If no money flowed in the next four weeks, even the opening two races in Australia and Malaysia would be endangered, they say. The team is for sale. Team owner Vijay Mallya, who can leave his native India only on bail at the moment – a measure of the Indian authorities resulted in the collapse of Mallya Kingfisher Airlines – is ready for selling. There is already an interested party: Renault.
The French motor manufacturer wants to cut the umbilical cord to Red Bull and apparently wants to be even more present again in Formula 1. That is why even the purchase of a team for debate. One option is Force India.
GOOGLE TRANSLATOR German – Englisch
January 27, 2015, 12:52:38 am by John S
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New sponsor Banco do Brasil colours, like last GP2 car?
Carlin 2014 GP2 car, below, is this how Sauber will look???
That is the claim of the Portuguese-language website Grande Prêmio, claiming the Swiss team's colour choice is in deference to new driver Felipe Nasr's major backer.
Grande Prêmio also reported a tale of mere survival for Sauber over the winter, having momentarily stopped developing the new C34 car due to running out of funds.
January 27, 2015, 12:15:50 am by John S
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Wait for it........it's the SF15-T. How original Maranello's new chiefs are.
Ferrari has revealed that its 2015 car will be called the SF15-T, following on from the name of its previous car, the F14-T.
The 'S' stands for Scuderia and has been added to pay homage to the team, whilst the 'F' stands for Ferrari, followed by the year and finally the 'T' is in reference to the turbo engine.
Last year the name was chosen by fans in a public vote, but this year it was decided upon by Ferrari's chiefs.
January 26, 2015, 11:43:49 pm by Dare
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I don't put much weight in it....he'll be 44 then and a
little past his due date.
January 26, 2015, 07:12:00 pm by cosworth151
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Here's Lotus's 2015 contender. Not bad, but has a bit of a "broken nose" appearance from certain angles.
January 25, 2015, 05:32:09 pm by John S
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50 years ago he started 61 motor races, won 32 with 40 podiums.
Here's a great article about Jim's momentous year, hope you enjoy reading it and come to agree with the final paragraph. - For me there will never be better.