Welcome to another F1 newsletter, catching up with the news from the last few weeks, and a recap of some recent articles on the BellaOnline site.
In the news:
The three teams remained in Bahrain for another week of testing, with Toyota putting in a lot of laps, Ferrari suffering some reliability problems, and BMW keeping their head down, as per usual.
Rumour has it that Bernie Ecclestone is getting involved in the deal between Honda and Richard Branson - he's already said that he wants to see Richard in the sport, and has spoken to him directly.
The BBC released details of their upcoming schedule for the start of the season, with all sessions being broadcast on TV and online, plus plenty of interactivity on the web.
Updated Honda Rumours
As of yet, we still donīt know exactly whatīs going on at the Honda team. However, there has been plenty of speculation since I last updated you with the news.
USF1 Interested in Danica Patrick
The potential new team from the US wants to sign up American drivers, and Danica Patrick is top of their list. Here we look at why she is both popular and controversial.
The McLaren Technology Centre
The McLaren Technology Centre is more than your regular F1 factory. Itīs glossy, a stunning piece of architecture, and does itīs bit for the environment too.
An Article from the Archives:
Winter Testing Conclusions 2008
The start of the season is drawing ever closer, but we have testing happening in Jerez, Barcelona and Bahrain to give us clues on what might happen in Australia in March.
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Christine Blachford, Formula One Editor
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