F1 Interviews

Michiel Mol, Christijan Albers, Giedo van der Garde and Victor Muller celebrate at the Spyker Formul
03/05/2007 - 00:00

As a Dutchman within a Dutch team, Giedo van der Garde has much to look forward to this year. Preparing to make his Formula 1 bow as one of Spyker's four testers, it is a move he hopes will help propel him into the top flight as a race driver proper in 2008.

Q&A: Kazuki Nakajima - EXCLUSIVE.
03/02/2007 - 00:00

Kazuki Nakajima has a proud heritage to uphold as he makes his Formula 1 bow as a Williams test-driver in 2007, but he is confident he will not let the family name down.

Q&A: Martin Brundle - EXCLUSIVE.
03/02/2007 - 00:00

ITV F1's Martin Brundle was at the launch of the new 'Formula One Championship Edition' game for the Sony Playstation 3 on Thursday in London. Here he speaks to Crash.net Radio about that game and also gives us his thoughts on the season ahead...

Q&A: Rubens Barrichello - EXCLUSIVE.
02/26/2007 - 00:00

Following six seasons spent as Michael Schumacher's team-mate at Ferrari, Rubens Barrichello initially struggled on his switch to Honda last year, but the 34-year-old Brazilian is adamant 2007 will be a very different story indeed.

Q&A: Nick Fry - EXCLUSIVE.
02/26/2007 - 00:00

Honda is hoping the bold new livery adorning its RA107 challenger will be a precursor to a leap up the grand prix pecking order in 2007, on the back of what was a solid if unspectacular 2006. Nick Fry is the man charged with taking the team to the top.

Q&A: Jean Alesi - EXCLUSIVE.
02/22/2007 - 00:00

Following the retirement of Olivier Panis from racing in the top flight at the end of 2004, France has been bereft of a full-time representative on the Formula 1 grid. Jean Alesi is convinced that is soon set to change.

Q&A: Markus Winkelhock - EXCLUSIVE.
02/20/2007 - 00:00

Following a handful of Formula 1 Friday outings last year, Markus Winkelhock has stepped up to the role of official test-driver with Spyker in 2007, and the young German is determined to grab the opportunity with both hands.

Q&A: Narain Karthikeyan - EXCLUSIVE.
02/20/2007 - 00:00

Williams is hoping to make big strides back up the Formula 1 grid in 2007, and crucial to its progress will be the development of its FW29. Narain Karthikeyan is convinced the new car has considerable potential.

Q&A: Victor Muller - EXCLUSIVE.
02/16/2007 - 00:00

Following Spyker Cars' acquisition of the former Jordan and Midland outfit late last year, the first all-Dutch concern in the top flight has just got very serious indeed about its Formula One ambitions, as Victor Muller makes clear.

Q&A: Sam Michael - EXCLUSIVE.
02/16/2007 - 00:00

With Williams' 2006 nightmare now fast fading from memory at Grove, all efforts are focussed solidly on the season in hand, with Sam Michael one of the key figures charged with turning the team's ailing fortunes around.

Q&A: Michiel Mol - EXCLUSIVE.
02/15/2007 - 00:00

When the Spyker-Ferrari F8-VII takes to the starting grid in Melbourne in just over a month's time, it will make history as the first Dutch-run outfit ever to compete in the top flight. It is a moment Michiel Mol is awaiting with great anticipation.

Q&A: Patrick Head - EXCLUSIVE.
02/14/2007 - 00:00

Williams endured its worst Formula One season in almost three decades last year, collecting a grand total of 11 points and racking up a similar number of mechanically-contributed retirements. Patrick Head is adamant the same will not be allowed to happen again.

Q&A: Colin Kolles - EXCLUSIVE.
02/13/2007 - 00:00

Following a turbulent past two seasons, Spyker now seems to have finally found some stability, but the team knows it will take more than just hard work to fight its way up the F1 pecking order. Colin Kolles is the man charged with turning the outfit's fortunes around.

Q&A: Frank Williams - EXCLUSIVE.
02/12/2007 - 00:00

The 2006 F1 season was the most painful in almost three decades for Williams, an outfit far more accustomed to competing at the sharp end of the grid than making up the numbers. Sir Frank Williams is adamant the experience will not be repeated in 2007.

Q&A: Adrian Sutil - EXCLUSIVE.
02/12/2007 - 00:00

Adrian Sutil will be one of a trio of rookies on the F1 grid in 2007, but the young German has considerable potential and is being touted as one of Spyker's secret weapons as the Dutch outfit seeks to fight its way up the order.

Q&A: Mike Gascoyne - EXCLUSIVE.
02/08/2007 - 00:00

Mike Gascoyne is one of the most esteemed engineers in the Formula One paddock, and over an 18-year career in the top flight has designed race-winning cars for both Jordan and Renault. In 2007, though, he is facing possibly his biggest challenge yet.

Q&A: Alex Wurz - EXCLUSIVE.
02/06/2007 - 00:00

After an incredible seven years away from active competition, Alex Wurz will make a welcome return to the grand prix starting grid in the forthcoming campaign, racing for a Williams team desperate to rebuild on the back of a demoralising 2006.

Q&A: Christijan Albers - EXCLUSIVE.
02/06/2007 - 00:00

Although perhaps not renowned as a country with a particularly dazzling motorsport heritage, 2007 will be an important year for the Netherlands in Formula One, as Christijan Albers is all-too aware.

Q&A: Nico Rosberg - EXCLUSIVE.
02/05/2007 - 00:00

Nico Rosberg was one of the revelations of the first half of the 2006 Formula One campaign, only to drop off the pace as the year progressed. 2007, he promises, will be a far different story.

Q&A: David Richards - EXCLUSIVE.
01/29/2007 - 00:00

With Prodrive's long-awaited entry into the top flight now little more than a year away, chairman David Richards says plans are progressing apace and that the squad will be more than adequately-prepared when it finally hits the starting grid in March 2008.

Q&A: David Coulthard - EXCLUSIVE.
01/27/2007 - 00:00

David Coulthard may, following Michael Schumacher's retirement, be the eldest driver on the 2007 Formula One grid, but age shows few signs of dimming his enthusiasm for the sport he loves and his hunger for further glory.

Q&A: Heikki Kovalainen - EXCLUSIVE.
01/25/2007 - 00:00

Alongside Lewis Hamilton, Heikki Kovalainen is one of the most exciting new talents to be getting his Formula One break in 2007, stepping into the boots of reigning double world champion Fernando Alonso at Renault.

Q&A: Flavio Briatore - EXCLUSIVE.
01/24/2007 - 00:00

As winner of both the drivers' and constructors' crowns over the past two years, Renault has a lot to live up to in Formula One in 2007, especially as it has lost its talisman driver in Fernando Alonso. Team principal Flavio Briatore, though, is confident the R?gie is up to the task.

Q&A: Giancarlo Fisichella - EXCLUSIVE.
01/24/2007 - 00:00

Following Fernando Alonso's departure for McLaren, Renault star Giancarlo Fisichella has never had a better opportunity to stake his claim for world championship glory, and he intends to begin the new campaign in the best possible way - with victory.