January 16 2009 Motorsports Newsletter
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 2009 cars are starting to launch, with Ferrari, Toyota and McLaren all unveiling their contenders for the coming season. All three launches were very different, as were the cars.
Webber has given an update on his progress, and says he is training hard to be fit and back behind the wheel as soon as possible. He says he won't be using the broken leg as any excuse once the season starts.
Honda are still looking for a buyer, and the rumours are getting stronger that Nick Fry is trying to organise a management buyout. We will just have to wait and see.
Ron Dennis Steps Down from McLaren
As the new McLaren car is launch, Team Principal Ron Dennis announces his decision to leave the role. Here we look at what he´s achieved, and what that means for the team.
There are plenty of places to look at photographs of Formula 1 on the web, and here we take a quick tour of the best of them.
Autosport International 2009
The annual trade show took place in Birmingham this weekend, and I attended on Saturday. Here I take a look at who was there, what was talked about, and the overall atmosphere.
An Article from the Archives:
Bridgestone Support "Make Cars Green" Campaign
Bridgestone have thrown their full weight behind the FIA´s newest environmentally friendly campaign, and in Japan we´re able to see some tyres striped with green paint. Here we look at the campaign, and the tyres.
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Christine Blachford, Formula One Editor
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