Archiv für November, 2009

Preview on P1Mag issue no. 28

Veröffentlicht: 30 November 2009 in Uncategorized

P1Mag will feature – among others – our research to the current Formula 1 driver’s market, Peter Sauber’s brilliant move to recover his F1 team, the conflict between MotoGP and World Superbike promoters over new tech rules, interviews with Sébastien Loeb, Mikko Hirvonen and Alex Zanardi as well as race reports from the title deciders in Argentine TC2000 series and the Australian Formula 3 championship plus lots of motorsport news from around the World.

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José María López champion again

Veröffentlicht: 30 November 2009 in Uncategorized

Gabriel Ponce de León/Daniel Serra won the final round of the Argentine TC2000 championship at Potrero de los Funes. The Gran Premio Coronación confrimed tables leader José María López as overall champion while Norberto Fontana/Ricardo Mauricio took the honours in the Endurance Series standings.

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Schumacher and Foster champions

Veröffentlicht: 29 November 2009 in Uncategorized

Englishman Joey Foster reversed a four points deficit in the final round of the Australian Formula 3 championship to clinch the 2009 title. The final race of the season was won by Foster’s 15-year-old Mitch Evans making it a record braking Wekkend for team BRM with a back-to-back title win and fielding the youngest race winner ever in the Australian F3.

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Dear Diário AS

Veröffentlicht: 29 November 2009 in Uncategorized

I’m getting used to it that it seems normal nowadays to pickup information researched by other parties and selling them as if they were your own. Is it too embarassing for the AS editor to cite a medium like P1Mag as a source?

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Schumacher wins again

Veröffentlicht: 28 November 2009 in Uncategorized

Michael Schumacher showed the way to the entire Brazilian driver’s elite once again by winning the kart race in Brazil’s Florianópolis.

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BMW keep embarrassing themselves

Veröffentlicht: 27 November 2009 in Uncategorized

Next episode in the BMW Formula 1 withdrawal saga: no more Qadbak, now Peter Sauber himself is officially buying back the team. Under the condition, of course, that the team will have a slot allocated by the FIA in the 2010 grid. And that’s not foreseeable so far. The saga continues.

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Mercedes after Kubica

Veröffentlicht: 26 November 2009 in Uncategorized

I presume Robert Kubica’s life at the Rally du Var is going to be hell after P1Mag exclusively (Ok, we’ll use that ugly word for once) revealed MercdesGP is looking to sign the polish driver for 2010 and beyond.

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