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Press Releases from adrivo Sportpresse GmbH (18 total)

iSport plans F1 entry

GP2 team boss Paul Jackson is planning to bring his iSport stable into Formula One in the event that spending is capped from the 2010 season. Jackson revealed his intention in an exclusive interview with “I aim to give a few people in F1 a kick up the backside and to show them that they are chucking money out of the window for nothing.” But the precondition for any Formula

New motorsport magazine goes on sale

Following the recent rebranding of the popular and influential motorsport website "" to "", operator adrivo Sportpresse GmbH have come up with a fresh surprise as the racing season gets underway. The 30-strong editorial team led by Stephan Heublein and Falko Schoklitsch is now to publish a new, monthly German "Motorsport-Magazin" in print format. This will be distributed via Mountains Publishing with adrivo Sportpresse GmbH having full responsibility for the becomes

Germany’s popular dedicated motorsports magazine ‘’ is gearing up for the new Formula One season. Sporting a new logo and fresh livery, the magazine will now be published under its new name: According to the latest survey by AGOF (Study Group Online Research) ‘internet facts 2008-III’, the magazine achieves a net reach of 120,000 persons per month, and that’s just in Germany. In total, Google Analytics measures ~ 1 million

Tim Sandtler: Duelling In The Park

An exciting season in the Formula Master series came to an equally exciting conclusion in the royal park of Monza. In the first race, cars went flying in all directions on the historic circuit and the number of laps where the safety car was not leading the way were in the minority. Tim was one of the few drivers who kept his cool and avoided getting involved in any of the

Tim Sandtler: Matching The Leaders For Speed

An exciting track, P3 in qualifying and a spectacular chase in Sunday’s race: Imola came so close to providing the long-awaited success for Tim. “Things were looking so good,” he says wistfully. “It’s all the more annoying to know that you could have been up there with the front-runners on your own merit.” But it wasn’t to be. In free practice, Tim immediately adjusted to the new track despite the

Philipp Eng: Already smelt the champagne

Spa-Francorchamps, one of the last real natural circuits, is, with moxie curves such as Eau Rouge and Blanchimont, a genuine driver circuit. It was exactly there that in the first race Philipp could show why he is, and not without reason, the incumbent winner of the Formula BMW World Finals. "I had already smelt the champagne," he said. Taking off from start position six, he had already moved up to

Tim Sandtler: First Breath Of Podium Air

As the season reached its halfway point in Estoril, Tim found himself on the podium for the first time in his Formula Master career. In qualifying, he already had the strong feeling that he and his team were starting to get things right. “The characteristics of the Estoril circuit are actually quite similar to those of Valencia,” says Tim. “The track surface is very rough and aggressive, so I had

Formula One news: Doubly Stupid For Hamilton - For Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Räikkönen, the Canadian GP came to an abrupt end. Räikkönen and subsequent winner Robert Kubica stopped for the red light at the exit of the pit lane, but the Briton failed to notice and piled into the back of the Ferrari. Hans Joachim Stuck’s ironic take on the accident: “Surprising really because, coming from England, he should have realised you’re supposed to veer

Tim Sandtler: The Streets Of Pau

Place: Pau (France) Dates: 30th May - 1st June 2008 Track length: 2,76km Race 1 Grid Position: 15 Result: 10 Race 2 Grid Position: 10 Result: 22 Monaco, Macao, Pau. Star-studded, glamorous and technically demanding – street circuits hold a special fascination for the motor racing world. One thing that all street circuits have in common is the virtual impossibility of staging an overtaking manoeuvre, particularly in rainy conditions when the risk of an accident increases dramatically. But that wasn’t going to stop Tim Sandtler doing

Michael Klein: Notching up the first points

Place: Pau (France) Dates: 30th May - 1st June 2008 Track length: 2.76km Results: 7th in the first race, 9th in the second What a chase through the narrow streets of Pau! Starting from 27th on the grid, Michael Klein battled his way up to seventh place in the first of the weekend\'s two races. The F3 classic in Pau is just like its big brother in Monaco in many respects: you have

Tim Sandtler: Catch-up in the rain

Race weekends are a law unto themselves and every race track has its own peculiarities. Just two of the lessons that Tim will be taking away with him from the opening Formula Master event in Valencia. During the winter tests, Tim was up with the front-runners right from the start. Even when he briefly got behind the wheel for the first test in Monza, he was amongst the leading group.

Formula One news - Barrichello says his retirement is still a long way off - No one can say for certain that Sunday's Turkish GP really will be Rubens Barrichello's 257th Formula One race. "There are many alternative futures but I have decided that this will indeed be my 257th appearance on the grid," says Barrichello. "And if anyone has any objections, they're invited to join me in celebrating the next two or three races after that. That's the way we Brazilians do

adrivo: Michael Schumacher goes online with new website

adrivo Sportpresse GmbH launches new Michael Schumacher website at Record F1 championship winner Michael Schumacher can now be found at his new official website, Design and construction are the work of adrivo Sportpresse GmbH. This full-service provider operates, one of the most influential and widely read motorsports websites in the German-speaking world, and from now on will also be managing Michael Schumacher's web presence. On the redesigned pages of

Michael Klein: All Grist To The Mill

Place: Mugello (ITA) Dates: 02-04 May 2008 Track length: 5.24km Results: 19th (1st race) / 12th (2nd race) An unfamiliar race track presented Michael with a major challenge in Italy. While he was learning the perfect line, he was also having to adjust his setup. Michael Klein talking about... ... qualifying: \"We were already having a few problems on Friday with the setup and with the handling. The car was sliding about

Philipp Eng - German Formula 3 - The fastest on the track

Philipp had actually been expecting his first Formula 3 weekend to turn out rather differently. With the two best test times on the Hockenheim circuit under his belt, Philipp and his HS Technik team-mate Sebastian Saavedra went into the two qualifying sessions amongst the favourites - and the double act lived up to expectations. Two front-row starts on the debut weekend - had Philipp been counting on that? Of course not:

Michael Klein - Debut with hitches

Place: Hockenheim (D) Dates: 11-13 April 2008 Track length: 4.57km Results: 21st (1st race) / 16th (2nd race) Mission accomplished. Michael has now got his first weekend in the Formula 3 Euro Series behind him - though it was by no means an easy introduction. Friday's qualifying was cancelled owing to appalling weather conditions. On Saturday, Michael had to cope with various problems from the start, and on Sunday, he took

Philipp Eng - German Formula 3 - Successfully making the switch

The time for testing is over. In Hockenheim this Monday, Philipp completed the last in a series of winter tests in which, as reigning Formula BMW world champion, he duly posted the best lap time, coming in four-tenths of a second ahead of his closest pursuer. Now he has the first race of this season's Formula 3 Cup to look forward to - once again at the Hockenheimring. How is Philipp

Bruno Senna - Nothing less than the title will do - This is the most important year yet in the career of Bruno Senna. Twelve months after his first GP2 victory in Barcelona, he enters his second GP2 season as successor to champion Timo Glock in the top iSport team. "That means, nothing less than the title will do," says Senna in conversation with Motorsport Magazin "Second place would be the absolute minimum but, in actual fact, even

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