Friday's FIA press conference
July 25, 2014 (20:45) [ Indexed from Planet-F1
Claire Williams, Monisha Kaltenborn, Christian Horner, Marco Mattiacci, Vijay Mallya and Eric Boullier attended Friday's press conf in Hungary... More...
Jenson Button Q&A: Williams within range for McLaren
July 25, 2014 (20:45) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
They may not yet be challenging for podiums, but it's no secret that McLaren have been making definite progress in recent races. According to Jenson Button, updates to the MP4-29 at Hockenheim should work even better here in Budapest, and could even give them shot at taking on Williams, whose FW36 is not expected to be so well suited to the tight and twisting Hungaroring. Button chatted about this and more following Friday practice in Hungary More...
FIA Friday press conference - Hungary
July 25, 2014 (20:30) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
Team Representatives - Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Vijay Mallya (Force India), Claire Williams (Williams), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Christian Horner (Red Bull Racing), Marco Mattiacci (Ferrari)
Q: Claire, ladies first, if I can start with you. Phenomenal performances recently More...
Friday analysis - conclusions hard to come by
July 25, 2014 (19:30) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
More sweltering track temperatures as high as 57 degrees Celsius, a general lack of grip and the need further to re-optimise their cars after the removal of inter-connected front and rear suspension systems kept all of the teams fully occupied in both practice sessions in Hungary... More...
Tyre issues hamper Raikkonen
July 25, 2014 (19:30) [ Indexed from ESPNF1.com
Tyre struggles tainted Kimi Raikkonen's Friday practice sessions at the Hungarian Grand Prix but the Finn is hoping he can solve his issues using the data Ferrari gathered More...
Button seeking balance
July 25, 2014 (19:00) [ Indexed from Planet-F1
Even though he had a good lap on the soft tyres, Jenson Button has revealed his MP4-29 is generally lacking balance around the Hungaroring... More...
Nico Rosberg Q&A: I thought Red Bull would be quicker
July 25, 2014 (19:00) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
Mercedes retained their now familiar advantage over the opposition in Friday's two opening practice sessions in Hungary, despite the tight nature of the circuit and the removal of FRIC suspension having led many to predict a closer fight at the front. Nico Rosberg was surprised to be so far head too, though he is not writing off Red Bull's Budapest challenge just yet More...
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