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31 MAR - 03 APR 2016

Formula 1 rules to experience another overhaul next season

Formula 1® is set for more changes in 2015 with the governing body looking to make the racing even more exciting for fans at the circuit and for television audiences worldwide.

Teams have been working closely with Formula One Management (FOM) and the FIA on a range of ideas, with many being recently ratified by the FIA World Motor Sport Council.

The most hotly debated has been the introduction of standing restarts from next season, with many drivers and key figures raising concerns over safety of the concept.

Rosberg readier than ever as Hamilton fightback falls short


Round 8 of 19


Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
Formerly known as the Oesterreichring and, in shorter configuration, the A1-Ring;
71 x 4.326km

Who was on Pole?

Felipe Massa • Williams Mercedes • 1:08.759 = 226.495 km/h
The Brazilian’s first pole since Brazil in 2008
His 16th F1 pole position
The first Williams front-row lock-out since Germany 2003
First pole for a car other than a Mercedes in 2014

Schumacher out of a coma, leaves Grenoble Hospital

Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma and has left the Grenoble Hospital where he was being treated.

The German was transferred to a hospital in the Swiss city of Lausanne, where he will continue his rehabilitation.

Schumacher struck his head on a rock while skiing with friends and his son in December last year at the French ski resort of Meribel, forcing doctors to place him into a coma to reduce swelling and to let his brain rest.

Australian Grand Prix Trophy to be named in honour of Sir Jack

Australian sporting legend, the late Sir Jack Brabham AO OBE, will be immortalised in history with the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix winner’s trophy to be titled in his honour.

The ‘Sir Jack Brabham Trophy’ will be awarded each year to the Formula One driver who wins the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix, a tribute that will forever align his name with the sport that he so fundamentally changed forever.

Sir Jack, a true pioneer of world motorsport, passed at age 88 on 19 May, 2014.

Groundhog Day - If You're In A Silver Arrow

2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship • Montreal Race Preview


The 2014 Formula 1 Grnd Prix Du Canada
Round 7 of 19


Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal


June 6 - 8
Qualifying • Sunday June 8
Race start • Monday June 9


70 x 4.361km

Track records:

Best record:
Ferrari: 10 victories here
M. Schumacher: 7 victories

Lap record:
1:13.622 = 213.246 km/h • R. Barrichello (Ferrari) 2004


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