Podcast number 326 now online.
The parliament in France has reversed the senates OK on the construction of a new Formula 1 circuit on the outskirts of Paris.
Renault say they are not concerned with their recent slow pace in testing.
Hewlett-Packard join Renault F1 as a technical partner.
Motorsports Mondial with Nasir Hameed with special interview: Paul Di Resta.
Paul di Resta is a race car driver born in West Lothian, Scotland on April 16, 1986. He started his career in karting, racing in various competitive series of karts from 1994 until 2001. He stepped up to the British Formula Renault Winter Series in 2002, joining British Formula Renault full-time in 2003. He stayed there in 2004, also driving some races of Eurocup Formula Renault due to his impressive performances.
Photo by Peter Brazier
Fernando Alonso is not happy with the R29 performance at slow speeds.
New safety car rules will be similar to 06 with some tweaks.
Nicolas Todt still trying to get Sebastien Bourdais confirmed at STR.
Bernie is happy with the Malaysian Grand Prix time slot.
The new eight engine rule for 2009 includes Friday practice.
L’equipe has reported that the French senate has given approval for the construction of a Formula 1 circuit in the outskirts of Paris.
50 Years ago on January 22, 1959 the racing driver Mike Hawthorn was killed in a road accident on the A3 Guildford by pass in Surrey.
He was 29 years old, and had just become the first British driver to win the Formula 1 World drivers championship.
Mike Hawthorn at Le Mans 1956
No58 Brumos Porsche wins the Rolex 24 hours at Daytona.
Kimi Raikkonen finishes the Artic Lapland Rally in 13th place.
Neal Jani wins the feature race in the A1GP round at Taupo.
Fernando Alonso looses weight to make room for KERS.
Carlos Reutemann running for President.
2009 make or break year for Heikki Kovalainen.
Bourdais to be confirmed as STR’ second driver.
Formula 1 drivers amid new dispute over superlicence fees.
Renault hints that 2009 could be their last season.
Motorsports Mondial with Nasir Hameed.
Interviews with Martin Brundle and his son Alex.
Photos by Peter Brazier.
BMW unveil new F1.09 at Valencia Espana.
Bernie refuses to give any more revenue.
Very few will be running KERS in Australia.
Nasir Hameed returns with a special report.