29 Sep week : News wrap-up

Technical insight of Japanese GP  – F1technical

Pascal Vasselon of Toyota Racing gives some technical insight in the Japanese race

Ferrari revert back to ‘lollipop’ system – Autosport

Is there enuf time?

Bridgestone heads home for Japanese GP – Paddocktalk

Bridgestone is the world’s largest producer of rubber products, so its yearly production of around 60,000 Bridgestone Potenza Formula One tyres is not so substantial when Bridgestone makes 16.9 percent of the world’s production of tyres

Heidfeld in BMW 2009 due to ‘Very good progress’ – crash.net

Theissen refused to answer a question about whether BMW had simply been unable to reach an agreement with former double world champion and current Renault incumbent Fernando Alonso – the Spaniard having been linked to taking Heidfeld’s place – F1SA claims.

Vijay Mallya proud of Force India – AFP

The general public too has embraced Force India. We’re here, we’re competing on a world class stage and we are holding our own — every Indian can be proud that we’ve done that.

Come on Force India, be more competitive

Loss of Canadian GP a blow to Montreal tourism – The Gazette

Tourism officials estimate the race pours about $75 million into Montreal’s economy and François Meunier, vice-president of the Association des restaurateurs du Québec, said about $20 million of that flows into the pockets of restaurant owners.
But who’s to blame?  – bad track surface, highly dangerous accidents!!

Sauber urges caution on F1 night races – duemotori

The wise man asks Bernie Ecclestone not to get carried away!

Di Grassi deserves F1 seat – f1-live

From the mind of Pat Symonds of Renault. Is the end of Nelsinho Piquet near?

Participate in poll – ING and F1 racing

“The survey will give the race organisers, sponsors and teams a real insight into what fans think. Not just what they love about the sport, but areas they feel could be improved.”

F1 prepares to tighten its belt – CNN

credit crunch hit carmakers. “Everyone is selling a lot less cars and these are the guys who are paying for F1”

Fastest laps in F1 mean nothing – crash.net

worthless, surely Kimi

F1 team link up to bring overtaking break – crash.net

McLaren’s Paddy Lowe, Ferrari man Rory Byrne and Pat Symonds of Renault have set up the Overtaking Working Group – Interesting name, but will it be effective?

McLaren urge ‘discipline’ – crash.net

Wounded Mclaren (of last year) urges cautious approach to win title this year

F1’s unwritten rules : team orders – F1fanatic

Excellent article

The big picture of Singapore GP – Boston.com

Excellent photographs of Singapore GP

Williams retain Nico Rosberg and Kazuki Nakajima for next season – BBC sport

Nico Hulkenberg, currently leading the Formula 3 Euroseries, will continue as the official test driver

Lewis Hamilton criticized in Germany – Auto123

“I know that I am as good as Ayrton Senna was,” the 23-year-old is quoted as saying!!!! can’t stop his mouth

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