News Update 07/20/2007

Promoter vows to save French GP
Haug plays down Alonso-Massa skirmish
No ‘panic’ about F1 future – Wurz
Five drivers in queue for Albers’ seat – boss
Title trio stay out of spy scandal
Alonso, Raikkonen, back on attack for title
Spy scandal hits new low for McLaren
Some critical of Honda status quo
Albers may return in test role – KolleS

Practice 2

Pos  Driver        Team                    Time               Laps
 1.  Raikkonen     Ferrari            (B)  1:33.339            28
 2.  Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes   (B)  1:33.478  + 0.139   28
 3.  Massa         Ferrari            (B)  1:33.590  + 0.251   27
 4.  Alonso        McLaren-Mercedes   (B)  1:33.637  + 0.298   30
 5.  R.Schumacher  Toyota             (B)  1:33.668  + 0.329   18
 6.  Trulli        Toyota             (B)  1:33.746  + 0.407   22
 7.  Rosberg       Williams-Toyota    (B)  1:33.845  + 0.506   24
 8.  Button        Honda              (B)  1:33.880  + 0.541   36
 9.  Heidfeld      BMW Sauber         (B)  1:34.146  + 0.807   22
10.  Kubica        BMW Sauber         (B)  1:34.221  + 0.882   19
11.  Webber        Red Bull-Renault   (B)  1:34.235  + 0.896   29
12.  Wurz          Williams-Toyota    (B)  1:34.264  + 0.925   21
13.  Sato          Super Aguri-Honda  (B)  1:34.357  + 1.018   26
14.  Barrichello   Honda              (B)  1:34.411  + 1.072   26
15.  Fisichella    Renault            (B)  1:34.431  + 1.092   28
16.  Kovalainen    Renault            (B)  1:34.446  + 1.107   25
17.  Coulthard     Red Bull-Renault   (B)  1:34.504  + 1.165   19
18.  Davidson      Super Aguri-Honda  (B)  1:34.554  + 1.215   26
19.  Speed         Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B)  1:35.320  + 1.981   26
20.  Liuzzi        Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B)  1:35.653  + 2.314   24
21.  Sutil         Spyker-Ferrari     (B)  1:36.527  + 3.188   25
22.  Winkelhock    Spyker-Ferrari     (B)  1:37.319  + 3.980   19


 

 

F1Weekly Podcast #191 (07-18-2007)

Podcast # 191 another supersized show

F1 news of the week!
A tea pot brewing for 30 years… Renault’s history in F1 part 2
Interview with Francois Castaing!!!!

Winkelhock admits need for Spyker sponsors
More McLaren bosses named in spy scandal
FIA upset with opinionated F1 steward
Alonso could leave McLaren if team guilty
Heidfeld set to be a father again
Schu unsure about Ferrari role

 

News Update 07/17/2007

Winkelhock to debut in Germany – report
Bourdais wins Berger backing for 2008 debut
McLaren denies spy saga knowledge
F1 fans think McLaren is guilty
WMSC member – McLaren should escape penalty
Even without Schu, Nurb ticket sales higher
Was Stepney paid for Ferrari secrets?
Liuzzi hits out at Toro Rosso problems
Ammermuller to sit out weekend, season?
No F1 link in Indy’s MotoGP deal
STR’s Berger ‘impressed’ by Vettel
F1weekly listener David Wilce locates secret McLaren F1 team mobile office somewhere on the Spanish border!!!

 

News Update 07/16/2007

US press blames Bernie for Indy demise
Team has nothing to fear – Haug
Coughlan admits telling others about secrets
Italians press ahead with sabotage claims

Clark and everyone at F1weekly will miss the USGP

F1Weekly Podcast #190 (07-14-2007)

Podcast 190 with Desiree and the end of the week wrap up.

We also have a short interview with Bryan Thomas the shows musical correspondent, who stopped by the studio to share his experience at the Champ Car’s Las Vegas Grand Prix.

McLaren knowledge may spell disaster for team!!!!
Brundle hits out at F1 stragglers