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Monday, April 30, 2012

Sauber F1 Team and Chelsea FC enter into partnership “Out of the Blue”

The The Sauber F1 Team is pleased to be able to confirm today that it has entered into a new and innovative partnership with the British Premier League Club Chelsea FC. At the Chinese and Bahrain Grands Prix the inscriptions “Out of the Blue” and “True Blue” on the engine covers of the Sauber C31 had successfully aroused curiosity, now the alliance with the “blue” club is official.

The Sauber C31 sporting the blue logo of Chelsea FC will be seen for the first time at the Spanish Grand Prix, 11th -13th May 2012.

Monisha Kaltenborn, CEO of the Sauber F1 Team, said, “A partnership like this between Formula One and Football has never existed before in this form, yet there are numerous commonalities and possible synergies. In either case we are talking about team sport at the highest – and international – level. The Sauber F1 Team and Chelsea FC are dealing with many of the same sporting and commercial topics and we want to strengthen each other in these areas. We are looking forward to exploiting these opportunities, and we congratulate Chelsea on making it to the final of the Champions League.”

Chelsea Chief Executive Ron Gourlay said: “This is an innovative partnership that will see a football club link up with a Formula 1 team like never before, bringing together two of the world’s biggest sports and uniting our fans. We felt that this Swiss team, the fourth oldest of the existing teams, reflects our own ideals perfectly.
“In a year when Chelsea celebrates 20 seasons as a Premier League team, Sauber does so as a Formula 1 team. We share many philosophies when it comes to how the respective organisations are run, from the development of young talent to constantly striving for success. Sauber's philosophy towards grassroots development has produced some of the best drivers in F1, which mirrors our dedication to develop promising young football talent through our Academy.
"This partnership will benefit us both greatly, with the potential to create unique commercial opportunities. It is a shared vision to unite the two most attractive sports in the world. We look forward to working closely with the Sauber F1 Team and wish them the very best of luck for the remainder of the Formula 1 season.”

At team level the new partnership is focused on synergies and ways to enhance performance in business and sporting matters. In concrete terms, this includes the sale of merchandising articles and exchange of knowledge in the area of sport science. Both partners will support each other by featuring the other partner’s logo and thus benefit from a significant market presence outside their original sport. Chelsea FC will present the Sauber F1 Team logo at home matches on advertising boards at the stadium and on interview walls. Conversely, the football club benefits from Formula One’s television reach which, compared with the Premier League, is much higher and more international. Particularly in Asia Formula One enjoys enormous TV presence and, not least thanks to Sergio Pérez, is currently captivating more and more fans in Latin America as well.

Accordingly, the combination of both platforms at the sponsoring level is highly attractive especially for international brands. In addition, existing sponsors of both partners profit from joint events.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

GP2 2012 - Caterham Racing News Race Two Bahrain Saturday 28 April 2012 + Race results 4:57 PM (6 minutes ago) to

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Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain

GP2 Race Two

Saturday 28th April 2012
Caterham Racing concluded a fortnight in Bahrain this afternoon in the GP2
sprint race held at the BIC in Sakhir.

From P6 on the grid the team's Dutchman Giedo van der Garde was fighting for
third position when an incident at turn one sent him spinning in a cloud of
dust. He managed to gain control and race on from the back of the field but
sadly hopes of another podium finish were dashed and he finished the 23-lap race
P19. Rodolfo Gonzalez avoided the chaos at the first corner to gain several
positions and drove a smooth race dicing amongst the mid-fielders to finish p15
at the chequered flag.

Next Event: Barcelona GP, Spain 11th – 13th May

Caterham Racing Team Manager Phill Spencer “After our podium success yesterday
of course our results today are disappointing. We had hoped to add to our
silverware but for Giedo sadly it was all over at the first corner. Rodolfo had
another strong start but he struggled with the balance and again with his rear
tyres towards the end of the race. We had a very encouraging sprint race here
last week and we thought we had made some headway with the set up but we still
have work to do before our next race. All in all we have learnt a lot here and
now look forward to getting back and racing in Europe.”

Rodolfo Gonzalez (P15 Best Lap 1:48.036 ) “We made a change on the grid and the
car felt really good to begin with but as the race went on we struggled with
understeer and rear tyre degradation which made it very difficult to drive and
fight for positions. I think perhaps compared to my team mate my race pace was a
little more consistent today but we still have a lot to work on. Taking the
positives from this week we had a very strong qualifying session. We have made a
big step in the right direction with our qualifying set up which is very
encouraging heading into the European races.”

Giedo van der Garde (P19 Best Lap 1:48.194) “I made a good start and was
fighting for third position as I went into the first corner but then I was hit.
When I rejoined I was in last place and my tyres were shot from the incident so
the pace just wasn’t there. The good thing is we have shown our potential here
this week. We did a good job in qualifying and our race pace yesterday was
pretty good too so it’s now a matter of working to solve the issues we have with
tyre management so we can be more competitive in the next round. It will be good
to get back to Europe and I look forward to the next event in Barcelona!”

Chief Engineer Humphrey Corbett “Giedo was very unlucky at the start when he was
hit by another car but this is racing and incidents like that happen. He burnt
a lot of rubber when he spun which did not help his race, but he carried on to
finish 19th.

"Rodolfo had a reasonably incident free race today which is good. He drove very
smoothly and completed the race in one piece after another strong start and is
setting himslef up well for the next event in Barcelona in a couple of weeks


Race results

1. Tom Dillmann Rapax 41:16.276s
2. Luiz Razia Arden + 0.198s
3. Davide Valsecchi DAMS + 3.958s
4. Esteban Gutiérrez Lotus GP + 16.488s
5. Felipe Nasr DAMS + 18.602s
6. Rio Haryanto Carlin + 20.425s
7. Marcus Ericsson iSport + 26.294s
8. Fabio Leimer Racing Engineering + 29.605s
9. Fabio Onidi Coloni + 33.490s
10. Nathanael Berthon Racing Engineering + 34.078s
11. Nigel Melker Ocean Racing + 43.463s
12. James Calado Lotus GP + 44.371s
13. Max Chilton Carlin + 46.743s
14. Julian Leal Trident Racing + 47.439s
15. Rodolfo Gonzalez Caterham Racing + 54.991s
16. Brendon Hartley Ocean Racing + 59.764s
17. Stephane Richelmi Trident Racing + 1:00.655s
18. Stefano Coletti Coloni + 1m02.090s
19. Giedo van der Garde Caterham Racing + 1:02.632s
20. Ricardo Teixeira Rapax + 1:07.468s
21. Giancarlo Serenelli Lazarus + 1:08.293s
22. Jolyon Palmer iSport + 1:18.688s
23. Fabrizio Crestani Lazarus + 1:26.049s


Simon Trummer Arden 21 laps
Dani Clos Addax 19 laps
Johnny Cecotto Addax 0 laps

BRSCC National Formula Ford 1600 Championship Round 1 - Oulton Park England

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On Board footage of the First round of the 2012 BRSCC National Formula Ford 1600 Championship at Oulton Park. The race was filled with incidents, which led to two safety cars.

I started from 4th on the grid, didn't make the best get away and dropped to 5th, as carnage broke out behind me. I was then caught napping at the Hairpin when John Murphy went around the outside of me, just before the first safety car was deployed. After a few laps behind the safety car the race resumed, only for another incident to occur at the hairpin. The two leaders, Martin Short and Jamie Jardine tangled, resulting in Jardine rolling. Neil Winn just avoided the incident, but lost a lot places in doing so. The net result moved me into 3rd and brought out a second safety car.

The race got started for a one lap sprint, which saw John Murphy take the lead, only to spin off with two corners to go, promoting me to 2nd and I had a run on the leader, Douglas Crosbie. I managed to take the lead on the last corner of the last lap, leading the most important lap and taking the win.

The final result of the top 6 was:
1 - #27 Luke Cooper (White/Blue Swift SC10)
2 - #6 Neil Winn (Black Van Diemen LA10)
3 - #21 Ryan Cullen (White Ray GRS08)
4 - #54 Douglas Crosbie (Blue Van Diemen RF00)
5 - #8 Daniel Headlam (Black Van Diemen JL012K)
6 - #48 Vincent Jay (White Ray GRK10)

Formula Ford Championship 2012 - Rounds 1-3, Oulton Park England

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2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 1, Qualifying, April 7th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
 1. Antti Buri         JTR               1:37.040
 2. Luke Williams      Jamun             1:37.312
 3. Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun             1:37.416
 4. Jake Cook          Jamun             1:37.894
 5. Julio Moreno       JTR               1:38.840
 6. Cavan Corcoran     JTR               1:39.491
 7. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma            1:39.999
 8. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC      1:42.266
 9. Matt Rao           Fluid Motorsport  1:43.817
10. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough        1:44.138
11. Fabian Welter      RVR               1:44.232
12. George Blundell    Enigma            1:44.391
13. Abdul Ahmed        Don Hardman       1:45.103
14. Chales Anti        AntiSpeed         1:45.573
15. Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport  1:45.841
16. Olly Rae           Enigma            1:54.485

2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 2, Qualifying, April 7th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
 1. Antti Buri         JTR               1:37.053
 2. Luke Williams      Jamun             1:37.509
 3. Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun             1:38.048
 4. Jake Cook          Jamun             1:38.225
 5. Julio Moreno       JTR               1:38.853
 6. Cavan Corcoran     JTR               1:39.838
 7. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma            1:40.032
 8. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC      1:42.874
 9. Matt Rao           Fluid Motorsport  1:44.421
10. George Blundell    Enigma            1:44.755
11. Fabian Welter      RVR               1:44.769
12. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough        1:44.963
13. Abdul Ahmed        Don Hardman       1:45.144
14. Chales Anti        AntiSpeed         1:46.136
15. Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport  1:46.173
16. Olly Rae           Enigma            2:05.267

2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 3, Qualifying, April 7th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
1. Antti Buri          JTR               1:37.265
2. Luke Williams       Jamun             1:37.634
3. Jake Cook           Jamun             1:38.255
4. Eric Lichtenstein   Jamun             1:38.323
5. Julio Moreno        JTR               1:38.960
6. Cavan Corcoran      JTR               1:39.960
7. Fred Martin-Dye     Enigma            1:40.199
8. Ryan Cullen         Cullen / RCC      1:43.793
9. Matt Rao            Fluid Motorsport  1:44.623
10. Fabian Welter      RVR               1:44.846
11. George Blundell    Enigma            1:44.992
12. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough        1:45.445
13. Chales Anti        AntiSpeed         1:46.377
14. Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport  1:47.704
15. Abdul Ahmed        Don Hardman       1:47.704
16. Olly Rae           Enigma            2:31.464
2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 1, 11 laps, April 9th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
 1. Antti Buri         JTR               18:05.297
 2. Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun                +4.180
 3. Jake Cook          Jamun               +11.311
 4. Luke Williams      Jamun               +17.278
 5. Julio Moreno       JTR                 +22.914
 6. Cavan Corcoran     JTR                 +24.958
 7. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma              +34.087
 8. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC      +1:13.431
 9. Fabian Welter      RVR               +1:18.734
10. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough        +1:33.550
11. Olly Rae           Enigma               +1 lap
    George Blundell    Enigma               8 laps
    Matt Rao           Fluid Motorsport     8 laps
    Chales Anti        AntiSpeed            8 laps
    Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport     5 laps
    Abdul Ahmed        Don Hardman          0 laps
2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 2, 9 laps, April 9th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
 1. Jake Cook          Jamun              19:35.319
 2. Antti Buri         JTR                   +8.870
 3. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma               +22.034
 4. Fabian Welter      RVR                  +47.648
 5. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC         +50.194
 6. Julio Moreno       JTR                  +51.166
 7. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough           +53.448
 8. George Blundell    Enigma               +58.222
 9. Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport   +1:20.881
    Luke Williams      Jamun                 6 laps
    Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun                 6 laps
    Chales Anti        AntiSpeed             6 laps
    Matt Rao           Fluid Motorsport      4 laps
    Cavan Corcoran     JTR                    1 lap
    Olly Rae           Enigma                0 laps
    Abdul Ahmed        Don Hardman           0 laps
2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Round 3, 10 laps, April 9th)
Pos Driver Team Time 
 1. Luke Williams      Jamun             19:00.286
 2. Jake Cook          Jamun                +7.875
 3. Antti Buri         JTR                 +13.861
 4. Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun               +15.399
 5. Cavan Corcoran     JTR                 +30.664
 6. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma              +43.734
 7. Julio Moreno       JTR                 +52.975
 8. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough        +1:19.917
 9. Matt Rao           Fluid Motorsport  +1:22.267
10. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC      +1:22.644
11. George Blundell    Enigma            +1:28.124
12. Fabian Welter      RVR               +1:28.567
13. Olly Rae           Enigma            +1:33.340
    Alex Drabble       Fluid Motorsport      1 lap
    Chales Anti        AntiSpeed            0 laps

2012 British Formula Ford Round of Oulton Park (Rounds 3)
Overall Championship
Pos Driver Team Points
 1. Antti Buri         JTR           82
 2. Jake Cook          Jamun         82
 3. Fred Martin-Dye    Enigma        58
 4. Julio Moreno       JTR           54
 5. Luke Williams      Jamun         53
 6. Eric Lichtenstein  Jamun         49
 7. Ryan Cullen        Cullen / RCC  44
 8. Fabian Welter      RVR           40
 9. Kenneth Thirlwall  Myerscough    40
10. Cavan Corcoran     JTR           38
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Friday, April 27, 2012

GP2 2012 - Caterham Racing News Race One Bahrain Friday 27 April 2012 + Race results 8:02 PM (10 minutes ago) to
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Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain
GP2 Qualifying & Race One
Friday 27th April 2012
Caterham Racing takes its first podium of the season in Bahrain with a third place finish for Giedo van der Garde.

In a schedule busier than usual, the GP2 Series competed at the BIC for the second weekend in a row as part of a GP2 stand alone event. The team took a big step in the right direction this morning, qualifying on pole position when Giedo van der Garde recorded an impressive 1:42.451 lap - knocking the current championship leader Davide Valsecchi off the top spot by just 0.1 seconds. Rodolfo Gonzalez also drove incredibly well to qualify P7, ahead of the race at 4pm (local time).

From pole position, Giedo pulled away to take the lead in the early stages of the 32-lap race, pitting for four new tyres on lap 11. Giedo re-entered the race P3, behind Valsecchi and Leimer, to drive a consistent race bringing the car home to collect 19 points for Caterham Racing.

Rodolfo also made a good start and found extra pace on his second set of tyres. Throughout the long race he fought hard, showing good pace, but unfortunately an incident with another car two laps from the end sent him spinning off the track and he finished the race in 14th place. His misfortune did not end there, as after the race he was issued a 20-second penalty for setting a fastest sector time under a yellow flag. The Venezuelan will now start race two from 18th position on the grid.

Phill Spencer: "I am pleased with the results today. We have collected our first podium of the season as well as some points, which all goes to help our campaign. Congratulations to Giedo, he had a good race today. We still have some work to do to match the front runners but the engineers and crew have made really good progress. Rodolfo unfortunately had more bad luck today. His pace was there and he was fighting hard but he had a coming together and a 20-second penalty which have cost him positions.

"We have lots to do but this progress all bodes well for our season, we just need to work on being more consistent overall. As for the race tomorrow we have a lot of useful data from race two last week when Giedo was very strong, so hopefully this can aid us and we can have another strong race tomorrow."

Giedo van der Garde (P3, best lap 1:46.162): "I am very pleased with the progress we have made this week we have improved our set-up for qualifying, which is such a big thing over a race weekend. We got some points for pole position as well as for third place so I am happy about that. I got a very good start this afternoon and pulled away from the others, we made a good choice to pit when we did and my race pace afterwards was very competitive - but we still have an issue with the tyres. The DAMS team have a very good race car so we have some work to do tonight to try and understand what happens to our tyres so we can be consistently competitive during both qualifying and the race."

Rodolfo Gonzalez (P14, best lap: 1:46.769 ) "First of all, well done to Giedo for scoring our first podium this season. Unfortunately for me it was a frustrating race after such a positive qualifying session this morning. I got a good start from P7 on the grid but lacked some grip and I wasn't able to defend my position. After the pit stop the car felt great the pace was there and I managed to fight and gain some positions back. It looking like I would finish 12th but with just two laps to go a car one lap down turned into me and caused us both to spin off the track so I lost two positions. It seems I also improved under a yellow flag, so I have a 20-second penalty for race two. Hopefully tomorrow can be a better race for me."

Humphrey Corbett "After a difficult race last weekend, we will gladly take points for a pole position and a podium today. We took a risk with a new set-up we have not run before and it seems to have paid off, so I am very happy about that and well done to Giedo for finishing third. Rodolfo also got a strong start and ran in the top 10 early on in the race. His pace was good and he was happy with the car, we just need to work on getting him in the points at the end of the race. The cars once again ran faultlessly, so all in all I am a lot happier than I was 24 hours ago and feeling positive about our race tomorrow. Hopefully we can conclude our time here in Bahrain with another podium."


Race results

1. Davide Valsecchi DAMS 57m35.088s
2. Fabio Leimer Racing Engineering + 7.711s
3. Giedo van der Garde Caterham Racing + 14.824s
4. Luiz Razia Arden + 24.142s
5. Max Chilton Carlin + 24.705s
6. Rio Haryanto Carlin + 40.965s
7. Marcus Ericsson iSport + 50.645s
8. Tom Dillmann Rapax + 52.522s
9. Johnny Cecotto Addax + 55.578s
10. Esteban Gutierrez Lotus GP + 56.211s
11. Felipe Nasr DAMS + 1m05.772s *
12. Nathanael Berthon Racing Engineering + 1m06.906s
13. Brendon Hartley Ocean Racing + 1m07.254s
14. Simon Trummer Arden + 1m15.486s
15. Julian Leal Trident Racing + 1m16.363s
16. James Calado Lotus GP + 1m20.506s
17. Stephane Richelmi Trident Racing + 1m21.441s
18. Rodolfo Gonzalez Caterham + 1m29.206s *
19. Nigel Melker Ocean Racing + 1m29.955s
20. Fabio Onidi Coloni + 1m47.146s
21. Stefano Coletti Coloni +1 lap
22. Giancarlo Serenelli Lazarus +1 lap
23. Ricardo Teixeira Rapax +1 lap


Jolyon Palmer iSport after 30 laps
Fabrizio Crestani Lazarus after 24 laps **
Dani Clos Addax after 8 laps 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Classic Formula Ford 1600 racing cars Oscar Reynard and Merlyn

Published on Apr 26, 2012 by
The cars the I have raced in England + training in my Lotus Europa Special (1974) at Jarama Madrid Spain
Proposed New 5.318 km Race Circuit in Southern Spain if we can find an investor
I won the Autosport London Grand Prix Competition to design an around the houses circuit
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Sat 12 May 2012
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1995 Portugal - Campeonato Nacional Mobil de Formula Ford 1800/1600

I could not find anything on You Tube about this Championship so decided to publish my photos of it
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The Championship was held at the circuits of Estoril and Braga.

My results
sponsored by Mobil and Ford Portugal

September 02/03 Estoril Reynard F89-92/Auriga 9th 9 points
September 02/03 Estoril Reynard F89-92/Auriga 11th 7 points
September 16/17 Braga Reynard F89-92/Auriga no budget
September 16/17 Braga Reynard F89-92/Auriga no budget
October 21/22 Estoril Reynard F89-92/Minister 9th 9 points
October 21/22 Estoril Reynard F89-92/Minister 8th 10 points

Championship (20 entries) - 12th (FF1800/1600) 1st (FF1600) (35 points)
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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

HRT Formula 1 Team will not attend the tests in Mugello 2:10 PM (39 minutes ago) to


After some careful assessment, HRT Formula 1 Team has decided not to take part in the upcoming Formula 1 tests celebrated in Mugello, Italy, next week (1st-3rd May).

With the first four overseas Grands Prix completed, the cars return to Europe for the first time since they left for the inaugural event and the team is now completely focused on relocating to its new headquarters at the Caja Mágica, in Madrid. The importance of this relocation, added to the fact that the upgrade package for the F112 is programmed for the Spanish Grand Prix (11th-13th May), means that the team prefers to focus its efforts and resources on the new headquarters, work on the car and properly preparing for the Spanish Grand Prix.

Luis Pérez-Sala, Team Principal: "The start to the season was a little bit rushed for us and, since the cars were set up for the first time, we have been working on them at the Grands Prix. The team and the material have just got back from Bahrain after leaving for Australia in early March. And they return, for the first time, to the team’s new headquarters at the Caja Mágica in Madrid. This move is very important for us and by not going to Mugello we can work thoroughly on the car to prepare for the Spanish Grand Prix. We won’t have the new upgrade package until then so we’ve preferred to focus on what can contribute more to us, which is teamwork at the headquarters. And there is a lot to do”.

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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Caterham F1 Team Confirm Rodolfo Gonzalez, Vitaly Petrov & Heikki Kovalainen for Mugello T04 5:25 PM (23 minutes ago) to


Hingham, UK - 24th April 2012  

Caterham F1 Team has confirmed that Rodolfo Gonzalez will be joining race drivers Vitaly Petrov and Heikki Kovalainen at the fourth official test of the 2012 F1 season, taking place at Mugello, Italy from 1st to 3rd May 2012.

Gonzalez, currently competing with Caterham Racing in the 2012 GP2 series, will be in the car on 1st May. Vitaly Petrov will take over on 2nd May and Heikki Kovalainen on 3rd May.

Rodolfo Gonzalez: “I am very excited about getting back into an F1 car at the Mugello test, and want to thank Caterham F1 Team for this opportunity. It will be my third time in an F1 car with this team and it will be another good chance for me to further my experience at the top level of global motorsport. I took part in the young driver tests in 2010 and 2011 with the team, so to be able to help their development programme mid-season is another good step in my career and something that I can take lessons from back into my GP2 season with Caterham Racing.”

Riad Asmat, Caterham Group Chief Executive Officer: “Rodolfo is developing well and we are very pleased we are playing an active role in his growth as a driver. He did a good job for us when he took part in the young driver tests, and we expect him to work to the plans he is given, deliver what we ask him to on track, and provide the engineers with the sort of feedback someone with his experience should. His day with the F1 team in Mugello will also help his ongoing development in GP2 and that will be good news for Caterham Racing, so for everyone involved this is good news.”

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Sky Sports F1 2012 - Bruno Senna says grandparents happy that he is driving for team where his uncle Ayrton lost his life

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Williams F1 Team's driver Bruno Senna has revealed that the Senna family especially his grand-parents are happy with their grandson driving for the same team that their son, Ayrton Senna lost his life in. Bruno said that his grandparents "understand motor racing much better than they did then".

The three-time world champion, Ayrton Senna lost his life in a tragic accident at Imola 1994 is still fresh in most Formula 1 fans. Bruno Senna, the nephew of Ayrton says it's an honour that Williams still carry the Senna logo on their front wing after the Imola.

Sky Sports F1 2012 - Martin Brundle explains how Formula 1 engineers fire up a Formula 1 car

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Former Formula 1 driver and now Formula 1 commentator and pundit Martin Brundle explains how Formula 1 engineers fire up a Formula 1 car with the help of the 2010 Scuderia Ferrari which nearly won the championship that year in the hands of Fernando Alonso.

Sky Sports F1 2012 - Bahrain GP Natalie Pinkham asks Senna & Maldonando about their relationship with their mechanics

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Sky Sports F1's pit-lane reporter Natalie Pinkham takes a trip down to one of the most succesful teams in Formula 1, Williams F1 Team to ask Bruno Senna & Pastor Maldonando how important the relationship before the driver and the engineer is.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Bahrain Grand Prix 22 April 2012 - 1 demonstrator killed Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller arrested

Bernie Ecclestone said "there is no such thing as bad publicity" 

Published on Apr 22, 2012 by
Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports on his arrest from a police car in Bahrain on Channel 4 News, while covering the Grand Prix protests.

IFJ Condemns Media Restrictions in Bahrain ahead of Controversial Grand Prix

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It was not fair from "France-2 TV" to show last year's demonstrations mixed with some from Yemen as a recent one in Bahrain

Bahraini protester died of birdshot wounds-relative - › Lehigh Valley NewsNational
1 hour ago – DUBAI (Reuters) - A Bahraini protester found dead on a rooftop after ... Monday, April 23, 2012 ... Salah Abbas Habib, 36, was buried later on Monday in a funeral attended by about 15000 people, a Reuters witness said.