Schumacher – The Comeback Part II (or not?)

November 23, 2009

schumacherA lot of people are getting quite excited about the possibility of Michael Schumacher coming out of retirement to race for the new Mercedes F1 team (formerly known as champions Brawn) at the age of 41.

How will Button rate as a champion?

October 13, 2009

rtxpa0nJenson Button needs at most six points to clinch the Formula One title in Brazil this weekend and become Britain’s 10th world champion.

Peace breaks out in Formula One

June 24, 2009

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Formula One stepped back from the brink on Wednesday as FIA president Max Mosley agreed a compromise with FOTA, the Teams’ Association, to save the sport from a rival breakaway series.

Formula One on the brink as eight teams threaten split

June 19, 2009

Formula One plunged into its biggest crisis in 60 years on Friday with eight of the 10 teams announcing plans to set up their own championship.

Interviewing Lewis Hamilton

May 15, 2009

Lewis Hamilton is resigned to the fact that his formula 1 world title defence could last only a handful more races and the McLaren driver has anointed fellow-Briton Jenson Button as his heir apparent.

Has time run out for Rubens to shed the number two tag?

May 11, 2009

Brawn GP Formula One drivers Barrichello and Button celebrate after placing first and second in the Spanish F1 Grand Prix at the Catalunya racetrack in Montmelo

It was hard not to feel just a little bit sorry for Rubens Barrichello after his second place behind Brawn GP team mate Jenson Button at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.  

Button still has the Brawn after car modifications

By Reuters Staff
May 8, 2009

buttonFree practice for the Spanish Grand Prix took place on Friday with most teams bringing modified cars to Barcelona as they attempt to catch the high flying Brawn-Mercedes team.

Button the Bollard?

April 18, 2009

MOTOR-RACING-PRIX/Formula One championship leader Jenson Button came up with a nice riposte to being likened (in terms of speed) to a kerbstone (‘paracarro’) by Renault boss Flavio Briatore: