GP2 Silverstone – Calado’s harsh penalty
James Calado goes into this coming weekend's German round of the GP2 series with a ten-place grid penalty for the Feature Race after being found guilty of causing a collision with Max Chilton at the last round in Great Britain. In the Sprint Race at Silverstone, Calado and Chilton spent the race moving towards each... Continue Reading →
Petrov, Senna or Grosjean?
Lotus Renault GP have already filled one seat for 2012, with Kimi Räikkönen coming out of retirement. The other seat is a matter of much speculation. Russian Vitaly Petrov has a contract for 2012 that gives him a race seat. He also comes with substantial sponsorship. In his 2 seasons with Renault he has stood on... Continue Reading →