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Press Releases from adrivo Sportpresse GmbH (5 total)

Formula One news: Senna still without F1 contract

The F1 race calendar is building up to its finale and the silly season reaching a climax as the countdown begins for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. One face that could be slotting into the 2009 drivers’ group photo in Melbourne is that of Bruno Senna. Toro Rosso, Williams, BMW Sauber - his name has been bandied around in connection with all of them. “All I can say at

Motorsports-Magazine: Räikkönen's fire goes out

Kimi Räikkönen and Nick Heidfeld, two former Sauber team-mates, have come in for some hefty criticism. "Kimi needs to shift up a gear. If he carries on in this fashion, Formula One will simply shred him," warns former F1 driver Christian Danner in an interview with Motorsports-Magazine.com. The form of Räikkönen's team-mate Felipe Massa is improving all the time, which has attracted praise from his patron Peter Sauber. "He outclassed Hamilton

Philipp Eng: Pastures New In Hungary

Philipp is back into his race rhythm. Two weeks ago, Hockenheim was the venue for his return to Formula BMW Europe; in Hungary, he continued his re-acclimatisation on an unfamiliar circuit. Unfortunately, he had to contend with obstacles of a varied nature, ranging from technical problems to other vehicles. What went right and what went wrong? A retirement and a P18 don’t exactly resemble a victory parade, yet Philipp is confident that

Tim Sandtler: Continuing to make headway

Tim had mixed feeling about his return to Brands Hatch. Friday brought a sensation of déjà-vu, as he was already familiar with the 1.93km reduced-length circuit from the Formula 3 Euro Series. For the qualifying session on Saturday and without any extra time for free practice, they switched to the 3.7km full-length circuit which Tim and half the other contestants had never driven on before. “The additional part of the track

Tests at Hockenheim, enough of Barcelona

Between 1992 and 2008, there was no Formula One testing at Hockenheim. Last week, the teams made their return in preparation for the German Grand Prix. According to David Coulthard and Lewis Hamilton, it was not possible to do much more than work on the setup for the race weekend. “I don’t think we can learn a lot about the car here,” said Coulthard in conversation with motorsports-magazine.com. “It’s not