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    Jenson Button. Definitely.

    What were we talking about, again?

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Tagal naman ng next race

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    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Jenson Button. Definitely.

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    Si button din ang crush ni esmi.

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    Lotus boss hints that Raikkonen and Grosjean will stay in 2014



    Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez has warned potential suitors that his team may in fact have no driver vacancies for 2014 as they might well retain the services of both their current drivers.

    Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he is contemplating a switch to Red Bull, while Romain Grosjean is on a wave of up-and-down form during his single-season contract.

    But while admitting “many” are prowling around Lotus’ 2014 seats, Lopez is quoted by Brazil’s Totalrace: “We are in no hurry.”

    “Romain just needs to keep doing what he’s doing now,” he said, after the Frenchman finished on the podium at the Nurburgring. ”We are not in a hurry to do anything.”

    Lopez’s statement is a warning to drivers like Nico Hulkenberg, who is free to leave his breached Sauber contract at any time, or Pastor Maldonado, who has been linked with a move from Williams.

    He said the only important thing is that Lotus have “good” drivers.

    “I don’t care if it’s a world champion or not,” said Lopez. ”Kimi probably could have won more championships than he has, or he might have missed what he achieved (in 2007) at the last minute.”

    “I don’t care: he’s a great driver. You don’t want one (a driver) with 10, 11 or 12 titles but is not good enough.” (GMM)

    Source: Lotus boss hints that Raikkonen and Grosjean will stay in 2014 | Grand Prix 247

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    Hungarian GP - Star Sports / FOX Sports HD Live TV Schedule

    July 26 (friday)
    4pm - Practice 1
    8pm - Practice 2

    July 27 (saturday)
    5pm - Practice 3
    8pm - Qualifying Race

    July 28 (sunday)
    7pm - Raceday show
    8pm - Main Race

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    2014 calendar shenanigans on the horizon



    The Formula 1 calendar has been a little frustrating this season. Back-to-back race weekends have seen packed action, followed by a few weeks of quiet and then the season bursting back into life. Consider that the Hungarian Grand Prix is the only race across seven summer weeks but once the series returns in Belgium, it marks the first of nine races in 14 weeks. It creates a disjointed feel, rather than the old ‘a race a fortnight’ calendar.

    The news that Austria will re-join the calendar next year has ultimately raised questions about pushing the sport to breaking point and whether Formula 1 can sustain a 22 race calendar. For many fans it is good news that after years of heading East, Formula 1 will return to a seemingly long lost venue in Europe. But where will all the races fit?

    Both Austria and Britain hold a provisional date of July 6th for their event, meaning that in all likelihood one will be pushed back a week to June 29th. Silverstone is listed as one of the venues for next year’s four in-season tests, suggesting that organisers of the Austrian Grand Prix could find themselves occupying the final weekend in June in order to allow for the post-Silverstone test. The Hungarian Grand Prix would be able to keep its date at the end of July, with the German Grand Prix – to be held next year in Hockenheim – shifted to the weekend of July 20th. It creates a hectic, but not unmanageable, situation of four races within five weeks. But it also raises questions about the potential race in New Jersey.

    Source: 2014 calendar shenanigans on the horizon

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    Lotus' secret weapon to keep Kimi next year...


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