Sauber says it wishes to avoid a “mud fight via the media” and has refrained from commenting in response to Giedo van der Garde’s comments earlier today.
Giedo van der Garde admits he is unlikely to race in Formula One again after agreeing a settlement to the case he brought against Sauber.
Giedo van der Garde will not drive in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix having reached an agreement with Sauber.
Sauber has responded an Australian court’s decision to uphold Giedo van der Garde’s claim to have a right to drive for the team.
The Supreme Court of Victoria has upheld Giedo van der Garde’s claim to a right to drive for Sauber in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
An Australian court will rule on Wednesday whether Giedo van der Garde is entitled to drive for Sauber in this weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg underlined Mercedes’ growing status as pre-season favourites by putting the W05 on top of the times sheets again on the final day of the second test in Bahrain.
Giedo van der Garde has been announced as Sauber’s test and reserve driver for the forthcoming season.
At the halfway point in the season the balance of power in each of the teams has become clear. Here’s how each pair of team mates compares so far.
Caterham have been fined ?óÔÇÜ?¼10,000 (?é?ú8,460) for sending Giedo van der Garde onto the track with a loose wheel.
Giedo van der Garde has been confirmed as Caterham’s second driver for 2013.
Caterham will use the Young Drivers’ Test to run two drivers who have already had runs in the CT01 this year.
Dutchman Giedo van der Garde has been announced as Caterham’s third driver.
When I spoke to Oliver Turvey last month he reckoned missing the pre-race test at Abu Dhabi had kept him from doing better in his first two GP2 Asia races. He proved that with a fine win in the third race of the championship at the Yas Island circuit after a gripping and – at … Continue reading Turvey heads iSport 1-2 (GP2 Asia)
Disgruntled Japanese F1 fans are suing the Fuji International Speedway, home of the Japanese Grand Prix. And an even more disgruntled ex-F1 tester is suing his former team. Read my selection of F1 highlights from around the web below including James Allen reacting to criticism of his comments about Lewis Hamilton and Ayrton Senna, Jacques … Continue reading F1 blogs & more: At least two lawsuits
This week saw the final four days of testing of 2007. Although much was made of the opportunity to compare Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton on track at the same time, in reality the diversity of testing programmes being run meant that no worthwhile comparison was possible. Teams ran a mixture of grooved and slick … Continue reading 2008 testing round-up 2
In the F1 news this week Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikkonen are avoiding each other, seven drivers are fighting over one seat at Force India and Grand Prix Masters is dead and buried. Read on for 24 news stories from the world of Formula 1.
The 2008 winter testing got under way at Barcelona this week as the teams prepared for the first race without traction control since 2001. This was the first of two tests before the break, the second at Jerez next month. Here’s what the teams were all up to.
Spyker, which becomes Force India F1 Team in 2008, are testing at Barcelona in an interim livery today. Giedo van der Garde (McLaren development driver, Renault Word Series racer) and Roldan Rodriguez (GP2 racer) drove. Hopefully the final car will look totally different, otherwise F1 looks set to lose the distinctive bright orange of Spyker … Continue reading Pictures: First glimpse of Force India F1 team
The news that Prodrive will not be using McLaren’s chassis next year raises more questions about who will be racing in F1 in 2008. Ralf Schumacher is leaving Toyota but his F1 career may not yet be over. Alexander Wurz’s departure opens up a space at Williams. And of course there is the unresolved question … Continue reading Alonso and Prodrive central to 2008 driver market