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F1weekly podcast # 440

Podcast number 440

Motorsports Mondial with Nasir Hameed includes special interview…

Long time F1weekly listener Burak Sardag.

Robert Kubica signs on with Renault F1 through 2012

“It was a straightforward decision for me to continue with a team where I feel at home, What’s important for me is to be in the right atmosphere, with a good group of people, where everybody is pulling in the same direction. This is what we have tried to build from the beginning of my time with Renault.

I think we have already achieved a lot together, and I believe that with plenty of effort, time and the right approach, we can move even further forward. That is certainly our target, so we will keep working hard and pushing on every front, not just for the rest of this season but also for next year when there are more big rule changes on the way. I am really looking forward to the challenge.

Some important motorsport history in this week

July 6 1907
First race held on the Brooklands circuit in England.

July 7 1957
Juan Manuel Fangio, driving a Maserati 250F, wins the French Grand Prix at Rouen. A road circuit near Paris famous for the Noveau Monde corner.

July 8 1962
Porsche wins their first F1 race with Dan Gurney in the French GP, also at Rouen.

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F1weekly podcast # 411

F1weekly podcast number 411 for your listening pleasure.

Another round table discussion on USF1’s lies and deceit.

Motorsports Mondial with Nasir Hameed.

Renault F1 Team confirms partnership with Lada
The Renault F1 Team today confirmed a cooperation agreement that will see branding from Lada,
Russia’s leading automotive marque, feature on the chassis of the Renault F1 Team R30 race
cars during the 2010 season.
Lada branding will also appear on the overalls and team uniform of 25-year-old Vitaly Petrov, who
will make history this year as the first ever Russian F1 driver.
This landmark agreement was formally signed in Moscow last Monday, March 1. Russian Prime
Minister Vladimir Putin also gave the agreement his public endorsement.
“We are proud to announce this new agreement, which marks another important step for the
Renault F1 Team and Formula 1 in Russia,” commented Renault F1 Team Chairman Gerard
Lopez.
“Through Mangrove Capital we have been actively investing in Russia over the last years. We
know the country well, we have a high degree of appreciation for it and, as such, it is an honour for
our F1 team to spearhead Russia’s entry into the sport and to carry the Lada brand at the highest
level of world motorsport. We look forward to an exciting and successful season together.”

Hispania Racing Team unveil new car and prove Bernie wrong.

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