F1 Interviews

21.10.2006 Sao Paulo, Brazil, Takuma Sato (JPN), Super Aguri F1, SA06 - Formula 1 World Championship
01/15/2007 - 00:00

Twelve months ago, Super Aguri didn't even have a car to go racing in Formula One with, but by the end of the season, Takuma Sato had given the team a top ten fastest race lap in Brazil as the debuting outfit ended its maiden campaign on a high.

20.10.2006 Sao Paulo, Brazil,
Anthony Davidson (GBR), Test Driver, Honda Racing F1 Team, RA106 - F
01/15/2007 - 00:00

Anthony Davidson has had a long wait for his full-time break into the top flight, but now it is finally here the young Brit firmly intends to grab the opportunity with both hands and make the most of it.

1991 Formula One World Championship, Belgian Grand Prix, Spa Francorchamps, 25th August 1991.
Micha
01/02/2007 - 00:00

Respected grand prix design genius Gary Anderson has enjoyed a long and varied career in the top flight, working for front-running teams including McLaren and Jordan as he climbed his way up the ranks from a lowly mechanic to one of the category's premier designers.

Q&A: Gary Anderson - Part 1 - EXCLUSIVE.
12/28/2006 - 00:00

Former Jordan and Stewart Grand Prix designer Gary Anderson was one of the privileged few to be present at Michael Schumacher's maiden Formula One test more than 15 years ago, and ever since has kept a close eye on his charge as he made the sport his own.

Q&A: Anthony Davidson - EXCLUSIVE.
11/17/2006 - 00:00

After a number of false dawns, Anthony Davidson will finally take his place on the Formula One grid next season after confirmation of his deal to join Takuma Sato at Super Aguri F1.

Q&A: David Coulthard - EXCLUSIVE.
11/16/2006 - 00:00

David Coulthard suffered as Red Bull Racing's competitive edge took a dive this season, but with the prospect of new additions such as Adrian Newey and Renault, the Scot is looking ahead to 2007 with plenty of cause for optimism.

Q&A: Eddie Irvine - EXCLUSIVE.
11/02/2006 - 00:00

Ex-grand prix ace Eddie Irvine has put his reputation on the line once again as he limbers up for a new battle with former Formula One sparring partner David Coulthard in Sky One's The Race.

Q&A: Murray Walker - EXCLUSIVE.
12/16/2005 - 00:00

Murray Walker needs no introduction. 'The Voice of F1' is famous the world over and is incredibly well liked. Murray was at The Raceway in London earlier this week as BMW confirmed that, not only would Nigel Mansell's sons, Greg and Leo, race in the Formula BMW UK Championship in 2006, but that the 1992 F1 world champion would become an ambassador for the series'. Crash.net Radio caught up with Murray following the news and got his thoughts on that and much, much more...

Q&A: Pat Symonds - EXCLUSIVE.
12/06/2005 - 00:00

Renault engineering director Pat Symonds was among those people honoured at the 2005 British Racing Drivers Club awards at Silverstone, as he collected a Special Award in recognition of his work in helping both Renault and Fernando Alonso to F1 titles during the season.

Q&A: Robert Doornbos - EXCLUSIVE.
11/23/2005 - 00:00

After 21 years of competition, the Minardi team will shortly disappear from Formula One, with this weeks four day long test at Vallelunga the final act for the perennial back-markers following the sale of the team to Red Bull.

Crash.net took the chance to catch up with Robert Doornbos, one of the last drivers to race for the team, at the test to look back over the season...

<I>Exclusive:</I> Q&A: Pat Symonds.
04/23/2005 - 00:00

Fernando Alonso was second fastest in first qualifying at Imola, but is only a whisker away from pole. What will Renault do to give him the best chance of a hat-trick? Crash.net spoke exclusively to the team's engineering and strategy guru, Pat Symonds.

Q&A: Geoff Willis - Exclusive.
04/07/2005 - 00:00

Bahrain was another tough race for BAR as once again both Takuma Sato and Jenson Button failed to see the chequered flag. The irony is of course that the cars ran without problems in Australia (albeit slowly), and were voluntarily withdrawn on the last lap to permit an engine chance for Malaysia.

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