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Formula 1 Changes Could Shake Up the Roster
    Image by nan palmero   The Formula 1 World Championship is changing and that could mean a shift in power among the sport's leading drivers. But the mark of a world-class driver is the ability to adapt to any conditions, or any changes the F1 bosses decide to implement. Following the meeting ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, the drivers spoke to the BBC and gave their thoughts on the matter. Offering their take on th...

Technician-PK: Montreal, 2013 & restart rules
The race weekend in Montreal, the regulations for 2013 and the controversial restart rules have been in the FIA-PK on Friday discussed in detail. One could not overlook that instead of the team leaders were the technicians at the word this time, because in the FIA press conference on Friday, it was not about the unfortunate Bahrain affair, but rather about the race weekend in Montreal and some other issues that are controversial at present. T...

New factory: Marussia-Virgin under time pressure
Team boss John Booth talks about the separation of CFD guru Nick Wirth and admits that Marussia-Virgin soon need a design headquarters.from a reliable source to know that Symonds, the Arrows and Super Aguri\'s factory in Leafield has visited former recently, but there is next to the motor sports business Menard and Formtech apparently no place for a Formula 1 team . Marussia-Virgin team boss John Booth suggests, therefore, only that his design cr...

Heidfeld: \"car feels better at\"
Nick Heidfeld talks about his first day of practice in Montreal and the routes on which he drives mostly very good or very bad. After the race in Monaco pinpointed Renault team boss Eric Boullier in two areas for action: first, the design of the car which has been adapted, Montreal, and second in the qualifying services of Nick Heidfeld, with whom he an interview was conducted. In yesterday\'s free practice Mönchengladbach landed then at l...

Ecclestone wanted to salvage Bahrain
Because of deliberate rejection: Bernie Ecclestone has been trying to finish to stage the Grand Prix of Bahrain later this year. Bernie Ecclestone has in Bahrain affair apparently wrong card played: Already on Wednesday, he had a \'BBC\' interview indicated in that it the Grand Prix, despite the decision of the FIA Motorsport World Council on the preceding Friday would like to cancel, but he apparently tried in truth all we can to save the ne...

Kovalainen: \"There is something in it\"
Lotus driver Heikki Kovalainen of space 21 in the Montreal-training, the experience of receiving the flow diffuser and the next steps planned. Heikki Kovalainen: Not so bad. "I had problems with the brakes a bit, was wondering why they are not as feel like normal though. The need to handle, we get it tomorrow . is to run better, but overall we have managed to complete our program, and both tires seem to work well - as expected. We are be...

De la Rosa: dead live longer
After 2005, 2006 and 2010 celebrates Pedro de la Rosa in Montreal, his fourth comeback in Formula 1 - decision until ten minutes before the start of training After a disappointing 2002 season with Jaguar seemed the career of Pedro de la Rosa has already ended. That winter, hardly anyone would have bet that the likeable Spaniard once in Formula 1 would return the left - let alone in 2011 aged 40 years, yet it would always be. But know, dead live l...

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