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Mosley rules out 'knockout' tweak
Third phase fuel burn to continue
FIA President Max Mosley has ruled out modifying F1's new 'knockout' qualifying to make the top ten pole-run less complicated.
Although the 2006 system basically won a thumbs-up on debut in Bahrain, some critical voices moaned about the convoluted 'fuel credit' concept, arguing that most of the final 20 minutes was about burning ... [ more ]
News in brief
Sakhir, Schumacher, Michelin & Hockenheim
A crowd of 40,000 watched Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher battle it out for Bahrain GP victory on Sunday. It's a 6,000 increase over last year, bringing the three-day total up to 77,000 fans.
Michael Schumacher has denied that he might follow Jean Todt into principals' meetings next season as a Formula One team ... [ more ]
Impressive race pace in Bahrain
2006 package not far off the 2005 pace
Despite adopting an all new 2.4 litre V8 formula this year, speeds at Sakhir were less than a second slower than last year reflecting the return of tyre changes and ongoing development of the race cars.
In 2005, Pedro de la Rosa - with a V10-powered McLaren-Mercedes producing 950 hp - raced to a best lap in Bahrain of ... [ more ]
Alonso move not for money - Dennis
Ron Dennis has denied claims that Bahrain winner Fernando Alonso only decided to switch to McLaren Mercedes for 2007 to make more money.
With Alonso currently earning about $7.2 million a year at Renault, is was earlier reported that his new McLaren retainer would be at least double that.

But while that may be true, Dennis revealed to the Sunday Mirror newspaper ... [ more ]
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An engine failure after the flag
Coulthard lands a penalty for Malaysia
David Coulthard will start Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix from near the back of the grid after his Ferrari V8 blew on the slowing down lap in Bahrain.
"Even if I get pole in Malaysia I will start 11th," said the Scot, whose Red Bull Ferrari team neglected to mention the detail in its post-race press release.

Failing ... [ more ]
Massa sparks Ferrari inquests
A blunder in the pit lane
Felipe Massa's troubled Ferrari debut has sparked off a flurry of investigations at the team.
The Brazilian, who had started from a career-best second on the grid, nearly took out race winner Fernando Alonso at one stage when he dramatically spun.
"We need to find out what caused it," said technical director Ross Brawn, who did ... [ more ]
FIA rule cost Schumacher victory?
Schumacher caught out by the 110% rule
The FIA's new '110 percent' qualifying rule may have cost Michael Schumacher victory in Bahrain.
Ferrari's veteran driver had expected an extra 2.75 kilos of fuel to be added to his car prior to the race - which would have been enough for one more lap before his decisive last pit stop in the heated duel with Fernando ... [ more ]
Toyota in crisis after Bahrain shocker
TF106 completely off the pace
Toyota treated the Bahrain Grand Prix as an emergency 'test session', with Formula One's biggest-budget team in crisis with its new 2006 TF106 package.
Ralf Schumacher and Jarno Trulli were much more than a lap down at the end of 57 laps, while Cologne based engineers move on to Malaysia desperately seeking answers to a deadly ... [ more ]
Button slowed off the line
A clutch problem for the Honda racer
Honda's pre-season promise faded in a fit of bad reliability when the flag dropped in Bahrain.
New signing Rubens Barrichello, who struggled all weekend alongside Jenson Button, pounded around in the lower midfield as his transmission lost a gear.

Button's promising second row start, meanwhile, went begging in a ... [ more ]
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Luckless Fisichella fuming
A catalogue of woes for Fisichella
In a mid-race outburst, Renault's luckless Giancarlo Fisichella cursed into his radio as his '06 opener in Bahrain went from bad to worse.
With the team seeming to change everything but his misbehaving V8 prior to the race, Rome's 33-year-old - still with dodgy horse power - then ground to a halt with broken hydraulics.

"We ... [ more ]
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