F1 Interviews. Page 12



  • July 2009

    Open article Sam Michael, Williams F1 – Q&A
    28 July 2009: Williams F1 technical director Sam Michael looks back at the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring

  • Open article Jaime Alguersuari - Q&A
    24 July 2009: Formula One's newest addition, Jaime Alguersuari, will make his race debut at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, becoming the youngest driver to grace the top flight, and will look to call on his extensive junior career when he rolls out of the pit-lane in Budapest.

  • Open article Timo Glock - Q&A
    22 July 2009: Timo Glock looks ahead to the Hungarian Grand Prix.

  • Open article Christian Horner - Q&A.
    17 July 2009: Red Bull Racing has reached the mid-point of the 2009 F1 season in fine form, with consecutive 1-2 finishes in the British and German Grands Prix, and team principal Christian Horner talks about the upturn in form and fortune as his drivers, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel try to hunt down Jenson Button in the second half.

  • Open article Franz Tost - Q&A. [8]
    17 July 2009: One of the teams most in the news after the German Grand Prix, with the controversy surrounding the likely replacement of Sebastien Bourdais, Scuderia Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost dodges the obvious questions to give his assessment of the first half of the 2009 F1 season.

  • Open article Adrian Newey - Q&A.
    17 July 2009: Red Bull Technology chief technical officer Adrian Newey, delighted to see his cars take three 1-2 finishes in the first half of the 2009 F1 season - including the last two races in Britain and Germany - explains the groundwork that went into producing these results.

  • Open article Giorgio Ascanelli - Q&A.
    17 July 2009: Scuderia Toro Rosso will tackle the final eight races of the season with an upgraded technical package and one new driver, although fans will have to wait a few more days to find out who, as technical director Giorgio Ascanelli answers questions about what he does best.

  • Open article Mark Webber - Q&A. [5]
    15 July 2009: Mark Webber reflects on his maiden F1 victory and dmits to having gone through a wave of different emotions - all of them positive.

  • Open article Jarno Trulli - Q&A.
    15 July 2009: After another disappointing grand prix for Toyota, Jarno Trulli reflects on the Nurburgring and looks forward to a better showing - and warmer temperatures - at the Hungaroring.

  • Open article Timo Glock - Q&A
    7 July 2009: Along with Adrian Sutil, Nick Heidfeld, Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel, this weekend's German Grand Prix will be a homecoming for Timo Glock, but the Toyota star is especially looking forward to the Nurburgring as the circuit is the close to both his birthplace and Toyota's Cologne F1 headquarters.

  • Open article Adrian Sutil - Q&A
    7 July 2009: Adrian Sutil looks ahead to his home grand prix at the Nurburgring.


  • June 2009

    Open article Jarno Trulli - Q&A.
    24 June 2009: Continuing the return to point-scoring form after the slump of Monaco, Jarno Trulli took his Toyota TF109 into the top eight at the British Grand Prix but, as the Italian admits, the weekend could have gone better.

  • Open article Sam Michael - Q&A
    17 June 2009: Frustrated by the team's lack of reward for a quick car, Williams F1 technical director Sam Michael looks forward to Silverstone.

  • Open article Pascal Vasselon - Q&A.
    16 June 2009: After bouncing back to form in Turkey, Toyota's F1 team is hoping to shrug aside the off-track politics affecting the sport and produce a front-running performance in the final British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

  • Open article Jarno Trulli - Q&A. [3]
    10 June 2009: Toyota's Jarno Trulli discusses the team's return to form in Turkey, and casts a positive eye over the next round of the world championship, at one of his favoured venues.

  • Open article John Howett - Q&A
    3 June 2009: With key roles in both the Toyota F1 team and the Formula One Teams Association, John Howett has had his hands full in recent weeks. Here he details the problems both organisations have been trying to tackle since Monaco.


  • May 2009

    Open article Stefano Domenicali – Q&A [2]
    30 May 2009: Ferrari’s Stefano Domenicali comments on FOTA’s decision to make 'conditional' entries to the 2010 Formula One season

  • Open article Jarno Trulli - Q&A.
    19 May 2009: Jarno Trulli's one and only Formula One race win came at Monaco in 2004 - the year during which he switched from Renault to Toyota - and the Italian admits that he remains in love with the Principality.

  • Open article Jens Marquardt, Toyota F1 - Q&A.
    5 May 2009: From a childhood interest in 'planes, via Ilmor in F1 and CART, Jens Marquardt has moved through the ranks at Toyota, overseeing its engine deal with Williams along the way, to become team manager in 2009. He reflects on a hectic start to his tenure...

  • Open article Sam Michael, Williams - Q&A
    1 May 2009: Williams technical director Sam Michael reflects on the opening four races of the 2009 Formula One season, and ponders whether the team has missed an opportunity to return to the top step of the podium.


  • April 2009

    Open article Jarno Trulli - Q&A
    29 April 2009: Despite the disappointment of not being able to give Toyota its first grand prix victory after annexing the front row with team-mate Timo Glock in Bahrain, Jarno Trulli reflected positively on the team's start to 2009.

  • Open article Pascal Vasselon, Toyota Racing - Q&A.
    14 April 2009: Tyres, and how you use them, could be the key to success at the Chinese GP, according to Toyota's Pascal Vasselon

  • Open article Timo Glock, Toyota - Q&A.
    8 April 2009: Fresh from his third place in the Malaysian Grand Prix, Timo Glock looks back on one of the more remarkable races of recent times...

  • Open article Peter Windsor, US F1 - Q&A - Pt.1. [16]
    1 April 2009: US F1 co-owner Peter Windsor reveals more about the planned American assault on Formula One.


  • March 2009

    Open article Frank Williams, AT&T Williams - Q&A. [1]
    27 March 2009: As his team heading into its 31st year in Formula One, Sir Frank Williams takes time out to reflect on the current state of the sport and the team's chances of success in a season that sees the biggest rule changes for more than a decade.

  • Open article Pascal Vasselon, Toyota F1 - Q&A.
    24 March 2009: Panasonic Toyota Racing has shown itself to be one of the more consistent performers in Formula One's pre-season, and senior general manager in charge of chassis, Pascal Vasselon, sees no reason why that form can't continue into round one and beyond.

  • Open article Mario Theissen, BMW Motorsport - Q&A.
    16 March 2009: BMW team boss Mario Theissen reflects on the impact of changes made to F1 over the winter.

  • Open article Robert Kubica, BMW Sauber - Q&A
    13 March 2009: Robert Kubica gives his views on the new-look Formula One, and where he thinks BMW Sauber stacks up.

  • Open article Bob Bell, Renault F1 – Q&A
    7 March 2009: Bob Bell talks about Renault’s recent testing displays ahead of the 2009 Formula One season


  • January 1901

    Open article Ross Brawn, Brawn GP - Q&A [2]
    1 January 1901: Ross Brawn answers questions on the new Brawn GP team, which has risen from the ashes of Honda F1

  • Open article Vijay Mallya, Force India - Q&A [1]
    1 January 1901: Force India team boss Vijay Mallya looks to the season ahead

  • Open article Giancarlo Fisichella, Force India - Q&A
    1 January 1901: Giancarlo Fisichella hopes for an upturn in fortunes for Force India during the 2009 campaign

  • Open article Adrian Sutil, Force India - Q&A
    1 January 1901: Adrian Sutil looks ahead to Force India’s 2009 Formula One campaign

  • Open article Vitantonio Liuzzi, Force India - Q&A
    1 January 1901: Tonio Liuzzi looks ahead to the 2009 Formula One campaign

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Peter Windsor – Q&A Pt.1.
    1 January 1901: USF1 has certainly set tongues wagging in motorsport circles, and Crash.net was lucky enough to get a rare and exclusive chance to chat with one of the team principals, Peter Windsor.

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Peter Windsor – Q&A Pt.2.
    1 January 1901: USF1 has certainly set tongues wagging in motorsport circles, and Crash.net was lucky enough to get a rare and exclusive chance to chat with one of the team principals, Peter Windsor.

  • Open article Bob Bell, Renault F1 - Q&A
    1 January 1901: Renault F1 technical director Bob Bell talks about the new R29 following latest F1 test


  • December 2008

    Open article EXCLUSIVE: Q&A Robert Kubica
    14 December 2008: BMW Sauber race-winner Robert Kubica takes time out to answer questions from Crash.net....


  • October 2008

    Open article Sam Michael - Williams: Q&A - EXCLUSIVE.
    24 October 2008: AT&T Williams F1 team technical director Sam Michael speaks exclusively to Crash.net Radio's Rob Wilkins.


  • September 2008

    Open article Mike Gascoyne - Q&A: EXCLUSIVE.
    19 September 2008: Force India F1's Mike Gascoyne speaks exclusively to Crash.net Radio's Rob Wilkins.

  • Open article Lewis Hamilton - Q&A: EXCLUSIVE.
    1 September 2008: F1 World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton talks to Crash.net Radio about returning to his roots - and why he is confident McLaren-Mercedes will be stronger than Ferrari over the final third of the 2008 campaign...


  • July 2008

    Open article Damon Hill: Q&A - EXCLUSIVE.
    5 July 2008: Britain's last F1 World Champion Damon Hill talks Lewis Hamilton, David Coulthard, Jenson Button, Silverstone and the British Grand Prix with Crash.net Radio...

  • Open article Christian Horner: Q&A - EXCLUSIVE.
    3 July 2008: On the eve of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner reflects on the team's 2008 F1 season to-date, and suggests BMW-Sauber should be prepared to look in their mirrors...


  • May 2008

    Open article Q&A: Tony Jardine - EXCLUSIVE.
    9 May 2008: Tony Jardine speaks exclusively to Crash.net Radio's Rob Wilkins.

  • Open article Q&A: Sir Stirling Moss - EXCLUSIVE.
    8 May 2008: Sir Stirling Moss speaks exclusively to Crash.net Radio's Rob Wilkins.

  • Open article Q&A: Alain Prost - EXCLUSIVE.
    5 May 2008: Man who held the record for most grand prix victories before Michael Schumacher broke it speaks exclusively to Crash.net Radio about Formula 1, 2008-style...

  • Open article Q&A: Alan Jones - EXCLUSIVE.
    5 May 2008: Australia's last Formula 1 World Champion talks about F1 and A1GP in 2008 - and offers his opinion that the only thing that beleagured FIA President Max Mosley did wrong 'was to get caught'...


  • February 2008

    Open article Q&A: Christian Horner - EXCLUSIVE.
    29 February 2008: RBR team principal feeling 'confident' yet 'realistic' heading towards Melbourne - and refusing to count anything out.

  • Open article Q&A: Alex Wurz - EXCLUSIVE.
    11 February 2008: Honda's new test-driver talks about why he prefers his current role to on-track competition.

  • Open article Q&A: Nick Fry - EXCLUSIVE.
    5 February 2008: Honda CEO looks back on a year of pain, and ahead to what he hopes will be redemption in 2008...
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