Top Story: Bob Bell: „Wir lassen uns nicht beirren und werden uns durchsetzen"

Bob, in Kanada agierte das Team wieder etwas glücklos. Wie wollen Sie diesen Trend umkehren? Bob Bell: " Ich glaube daran, dass jeder seines Glückes Schmied ist. Einfach nur dasitzen und darauf warten, dass sich etwas verbessert, hilft nicht weiter. Wir haben die beiden zurückliegenden Rennen analysiert – und bei genauer Betrachtung zeigt sich, dass es sich nicht um Pech handelte, sondern um klare Fehler des einen oder anderen Beteiligten. Wie es in unserem Team üblich ist, nehmen wir jedes mehr >>

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18.06.2008

France GP: Bob Bell: „Wir lassen uns nicht beirren und werden uns durchsetzen"

Bob, in Kanada agierte das Team wieder etwas glücklos. Wie wollen Sie diesen Trend umkehren? Bob Bell: " Ich glaube daran, dass jeder seines Glückes Schmied ist. Einfach nur dasitzen und darauf warten, dass sich etwas verbessert, hilft nicht weiter. Wir haben die beiden zurückliegenden Rennen analysiert – und bei genauer Betrachtung zeigt sich, dass es sich mehr >>

18.06.2008

France GP: Nelson Piquet: „Ich bin voll konzentriert und entschlossen, mein Bestes für unser Team zu geben"

Nelson, Kanada schien ein vielversprechendes Rennen zu werden, aber am Ende fehlte doch wieder das gewisse Glück … Nelson Piquet:" Ja, das stimmt. Wir hätten in Kanada Punkte einfahren können, bekamen aber einige technische Probleme, sodass wir das Rennen nicht beenden konnten. Doch es gibt auch Positives aus Montreal mitzunehmen: Ich mehr >>

18.06.2008

France GP: Fernando Alonso: „In Frankreich zu fahren, motiviert ungemein"

Fernando, eine tolle Vorstellung beim Qualifying in Montreal brachte dich im Rennen in Reichweite einer Podiumsplatzierung. Dann auszuscheiden, muss ziemlich frustrierend sein ... Fernando Alonso: " Wir haben die Riesenchance verpasst, in Montreal Punkte zu machen, das ist ganz klar. Aber wir müssen weiter positiv nach vorn blicken. Unsere Vorstellu mehr >>

18.06.2008

France GP: Q+A with Chairman and Team Principal Tadashi Yamashina

The French Grand Prix marks a year since you became Chairman and Team Principal, how has it been? I have enjoyed it very much and I have especially enjoyed getting familiar with all the team members and the different cultures within our team. I know the performance and the team work of all my colleagues is getting better and better. Everyone is very mehr >>


Force India Formula One Team - Magny Cours preview 17.06.2008

France GP: Force India Formula One Team - Magny Cours preview

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AT&T Williams F1 - Magny Cours preview 17.06.2008

France GP: AT&T Williams F1 - Magny Cours preview

After a brief trip across the Atlantic for the Canadian Grand Prix, Formula One moves to France this weekend for round eight of the Championship and the first of seven consecutive European races, the French Grand Prix. The Circuit de Never mehr >>

16.06.2008

France GP: Fit to Win: Staying in Shape for Formula 1

Just because Formula 1 drivers do their work sitting down doesn't mean they are not among the fittest athletes on the planet - far from it. While he may not be running, jumping or swimming, a Formula 1 driver nevertheless needs immense physical strength and stamina to survive the rigours of a 350km/h racing car. To drive a modern Formula 1 car is not only down to a driver mehr >>

16.06.2008

France GP: Panasonic Toyota Racing F1 - Remembering Ove

French Grand Prix - Preview  Panasonic Toyota Racing returns to Europe this weekend for the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours in a sombre mood after the recent death of Ove Andersson. The Swede, who was Panasonic Toyota Racing's first Team Principal and the driving force behind Toyota's World Championship successes in rallying, was killed in a crash duri mehr >>

16.06.2008

France GP: French History... uncovered!

French Grand Prixview 2008 Scuderia Toro Rosso F1   SHORT HISTORY OF FRANCE Q: Why did the Emperor Napoleon always keep his left arm inside his coat? A: So t mehr >>


Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - French Grand-Prix preview 13.06.2008

France GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - French Grand-Prix preview

The Vodafone McLaren Mercedes team kicks off the summer’s seven-race European stint by travelling to the Magny-Cours circuit ahead of next weekend’s French Grand Prix. The French race has become one of Formula 1’s pe mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - Magny-Cours race review

Magny Cours, Sunday 1st July 2007 Fernando Alonso MP4-22 06 Lewis Hamilton MP4-22 04 T-car MP4-22 05 Spare MP4-22 03 2007 FRENCH GRAND PRIX Vodafone McLaren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton finished third in the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours and took his eighth podium finish in the eighth race of the season. After 70 laps, mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Red Bull Racing F1 - Roll on Silverstone

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01.07.2007

France GP: AT&T Williams F1 - Magny-Cours race review

FRENCH GRAND PRIX - RACE Nico Rosberg and Alex Wurz had a fruitless race in Magny-Cours today. Nico finished where he started in ninth, just outside of a points-scoring position, while Alex moved up the field by four places and concluded his Grand Prix in 14th place. A chapter closes in Formula One’s history today as this afternoon’s race was the last to b mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Etihad Aldar Spyker F1 - Magny-Cours Race review

2007 French Grand Prix Race Report Adrian Sutil (car 20, F8-VII/04): 17th: 1:31:34.551 (+2 laps) Fastest lap: 1:18.091 Christijan Albers (car 21, F8-VII/01): DNF: Accident (Lap 28) Fastest lap: 1:18.955   The Etihad Aldar Spyker Formula One Team's disappointing French Grand Prix weekend came to a s mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso in Magny-Cours race - No joke today

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01.07.2007

France GP: French frustration for Panasonic Toyota Racing F1

Panasonic Toyota Racing left Magny-Cours frustrated after a disappointing French Grand Prix saw Ralf Schumacher finish 10th while Jarno Trulli retired. Showers were threatened during the afternoon but the race started in cloudy and dry conditions, with track temperatures at 37°C. Jarno lined up 8th but as the field bunched up approaching the hairpin, he hit the rear of Heikki Kov mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Formula1 - Race Results Magny-Cours 2007

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01.07.2007

France GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes Magny-Cours Qualifying review

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01.07.2007

France GP: AT&T Williams F1 - Magny-Cours Qualifying review

FRENCH GRAND PRIX - QUALIFYING   Qualifying for the French Grand Prix delivered another split result for the team as Nico Rosberg enjoyed a competitive afternoon while team mate, Alex Wurz, was left frustrated. A confident performance enabled Nico to cruise into Q3 and secure 9th position on the starting grid for tomorrow’s race, despite an el mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Panasonic Toyota Racing F1 2007 MAGNY-ETIC FORCE

Panasonic Toyota Racing enjoyed an encouraging qualifying for the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours this afternoon with both Ralf Schumacher and Jarno Trulli qualifying in the top half of the grid. In Q1, both drivers bided their time before hitting the track with Jarno leaving the pits with 12 minutes remaining followed by Ralf two minutes later. In perfect conditions, w mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 - Magny-Cours Review

2007 FRENCH GRAND PRIX - SATURDAY 30/06/07 NOT LAUGHING, BUT NOT SUICIDAL EITHER   Here in France, "la vache qui rit" is an institution. Less well known is Japan's own suicidal version, "la vache qui harakiri." Scott Speed(STR2-04) "I was definitely not expecting to repeat yesterday's performance. We like to ke mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Red Bull Racing at Magny-Cours - Scrum agony

A Red Bull Racing team of five people was narrowly beaten into second place on Friday night in a Rugby Scrum competition held in the Paddock Club, organised by the FFSA. So, how appropriate that today's anagram of Magny Cours is 'Scrum Agony'. DAVID COULTHARD, Position 16th "I had a problem with my car on my out lap, which the guys are looking into now. It' mehr >>

01.07.2007

France GP: Etihad Aldar Spyker F1 - Magny Cours Qualifying review

2007 French Grand Prix Qualifying Report Adrian Sutil (car 20, F8-VII/03): FP3: 21st 1:17.517 (21 laps) Q1: 22nd 1:17.915 (5 laps) Christijan Albers (car 21, F8-VII/01): FP3: 22nd 1:17.705 (23 laps) Q1: 21st 1:17.826 (6 laps) Weather: FP3: Highs of 21 C ambient, 29 C track / Q: Highs of 22 mehr >>

30.06.2007

France GP: Formula1 - Qualifying Magny-Cours Results

FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix de France 2007   1 5 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:15.303 1:14.822 1:15.034 2 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:14.805 1:14.795 1:15.104 3 6 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:14.872 1:14.828 1:15.257 4 10 Robert Kubica BMW 1:15.778 1:15.066 1:15.493 5 3 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:16.047 1:15.227 1:15.674 mehr >>

30.06.2007

France GP: Saturday Practice Magny-Cours Results

FRANCE GRAND-PRIX 2007   29 Jun - 01 Jul 2007 1 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:14.843 2 5 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:14.906 0.063 3 6 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:15.276 0.433 4 4 Heikki Kovalainen Renault 1:15.404 0.561 5 3 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:15.489 0.646 6 10 Robert Kubica BMW 1:15.535 0.692 mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: BMW Sauber F1 Team - Großer Preis von Frankreich - Training

Großer Preis von Frankreich - Training, Freitag - 29.06.07 Wetter: trocken, bewölkt, 19-20°C Luft, 30-32°C Asphalt Im freien Training zum Großen Preis von Frankreich nahm Robert Kubica wieder seinen gewohnten Platz im BMW Sauber F1 Team ein und belegte die Plätze neun und zwölf. Nick Heidfeld war im ersten Training Siebter und hörte im zweiten vorze mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - Friday practices revies

Magny Cours, Friday 29th June 2007Fernando Alonso, MP4-22 06Lewis Hamilton, MP4-22 04T-car, MP4-22 05Spare, MP4-22 03 2007 FRENCH GRAND PRIX FREE PRACTICE Vodafone McLaren Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso finished today’s second free practice for the French Grand Prix in Magny-Cours in fourth and eighth positions respectiv mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Pansonic Toyota Racing F1 - COURS BLIMEY

Panasonic Toyota Racing got preparations for the French Grand Prix underway in unseasonably chilly temperatures at Magny-Cours today. Under grey skies and with track temperatures at just 32°C, Ralf Schumacher and Jarno Trulli waited around 30 minutes in first practice before setting their first lap times and enjoyed a trouble-free run until the final seconds. As Jarno pu mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Red Bull Racing F1 - Fun and games in France

Who says you can't have a fun time in Magny Cours, we've been playing anagrams. Today's anagram of 'MAGNY COURS CIRCUIT' is…. RAINY GUCCI SCROTUM DAVID COULTHARD, 1st Practice P5, 2nd Practice P6 "A normal Friday session today, evaluating tyres, chasing balance and getting the car set ahead of tomorrow. The times were promising, but I don't really get too e mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: The Etihad Aldar Spyker Formula One Team has concluded a frustrating opening day of the French Grand Prix

2007 French Grand Prix Free Practice Report Adrian Sutil (car 20, F8-VII/03): FP1: 22nd 1:18.419 (15 laps) FP2: 21st 1:18.213 (32 laps) Christijan Albers (car 21, F8-VII/02): FP1: 21st 1:18.178 (28 laps) FP2: 22nd 1:18.708 (9 laps) Weather: Highs of 20 C ambient / 32 C track. Overcast skies. &nbs mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 - Magny Cours - Friends reunited

2007 FRENCH GRAND PRIX - FRIDAY 29/06/07 "You see Scott, I told you she would remember you from last year!" Scott Speed (STR2-04) "I am not sure exactly where we stand, as you don't know what the others are doing in terms of fuel load. Certainly we were on the low side when I did my quickest lap. The gearbox is definitely a step forwa mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: AT&T Williams F1 - Free Practice review

FRENCH GRAND PRIX - FREE PRACTICE   FRIDAY 29th JUNE 2007 Today’s two free practice sessions for the final French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours ran smoothly as the AT&T Williams team carried out their preparations for qualifying and the race. Nico Rosberg and Alex Wurz piloted the two FW29s, as Kazuki Nakajima concentrates on his GP2 com mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Magny-Cours: - Free Practice2 Results

FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix de France 2007 1 5 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:15.453 2 6 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:15.488 0.035 3 19 Scott Speed STR-Ferrari 1:15.773 0.320 4 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:15.780 0.327 5 18 Vitantonio Liuzzi STR-Ferrari 1:15.952 0.499 6 14 David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 1:15.958 0.505 7 mehr >>

29.06.2007

France GP: Magny-Cours: - Free Practice1 Results

FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix de France 2007 1 6 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:15.382 2 5 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:15.447 0.065 3 1 Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes 1:16.154 0.772 4 16 Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota 1:16.214 0.832 5 14 David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 1:16.268 0.886 6 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:16.277 0.895 mehr >>

25.06.2007

France GP: AT&T Williams F1 - French Grand-Prix Preview

Round eight of the 2007 FIA World Championship takes Formula One to rural France this weekend for the French Grand Prix on Sunday 1st July. The Circuit de Nevers, located in the country’s rural heartland 150 miles to the south of Paris in the upper Loire region, has been a staple on the calendar since 1991. This year’s race, the 57th to be held in France, will be the country’s la mehr >>

25.06.2007

France GP: Pansonic Toyota Racing F1 - MAGNY-FIQUE

Panasonic Toyota Racing returns to Europe this weekend following its North American double-header, with the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours. After Jarno Trulli scored his best result of the season with sixth place at Indianapolis last time out, the team is in a confident mood. After the North American races, Jarno and Ralf Schumacher spent time testing the TF107 at Silv mehr >>

25.06.2007

France GP: Franck Montagny - A Passion for Driving, a Passion for Life

Whether it is driving a Formula 1 car at the limit, keeping up with the latest trends in fashion-conscious Barcelona or simply having fun with big boys' toys, Panasonic Toyota Racing third driver Franck Montagny approaches everything with his own brand of enthusiasm."I am happy with my life as it is, I am not going to change it," says the 29-year-old Frenchman, who is in his firs mehr >>

23.06.2007

France GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 rocking with Johnny Halliday

At last year's French GP, some of the original Pink Floyd band members were reunited to put on a concert at Magny Cours. Naturally, given that it was the legendary Pink Floyd, the evening was a great success. So this year, the organisers have decided to stage another concert, but looking at the list of acts, there is a very strong French flavour to this year's line-up. O mehr >>

23.06.2007

France GP: Etihad Aldar Spyker F1 - French Grand Prix preview

29, 30 June - 1 July 2007 In advance of this week's French Grand Prix, the Etihad Aldar Spyker Formula One Team has conducted Q&As with drivers Christijan Albers and Adrian Sutil.   Q&A with Christijan Albers What are your impressions of Magny-Cours, where the French Grand Prix is held? Some drivers don't l mehr >>

22.06.2007

France GP: MAGNY-COURS MON AMOUR - Red Bull Racing F1

FRENCH GRAND PRIXVIEW Okay, we admit it: our previews for the French GP for the past two years have caused some controversy with their attacks on the host nation. They became famous, or more accurately infamous. But now it's time to give "L'Hexagone" an easier ride. Could the Renault stickers on our car's engine covers have anything to do with this? You bet mehr >>

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