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 International Court of Appeal came to the conclusion that McLaren’s appeal against the Belgium penalty given to Lewis Hamilton was inadmissible. The reason they gave was that drive through penalties are not allowed to be appealed.
Having been greatly concerned about one of the corners at Singapore, the FIA have looked into it and made amendments. A couple of drivers were worried about the high kerbing around one of the chicanes, and the kerbs were smoothed out in time for Free Practice.
Massa has said that even though some of his championship points have been won off the track (from the penalty given to Hamilton), he still thinks he deserves to be fighting for the championship, and if he won the title, believes he would be a worthy champion.
Lighting Up Singapore for a Night Race
The first Formula 1 night race is almost upon us, and organisers have been working hard all year to make it a success. Here we look at the precautions they have taken, and how they´ve gone about lighting up the streets of Singapore.
Qualifying Strategy – Fuel Loads
When it comes to the big decisions of a race weekend, how much fuel to run with in the third session of qualifying is one of the biggest. Here we look at why, and what the two options are.
ICA Reject McLaren Appeal
The International Court of Appeal have said that McLaren´s appeal against Lewis Hamilton´s Belgium penalty is inadmissible and have therefore rejected it. Here we look at what happened and why they came to that decision.
An Article from the Archives:
Formula 1 Goes Green
Formula 1 often talks about going green, but it's very rare we see some action. The 2007 launch of Honda's new initiative seems to be a step in the right direction.
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