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Features for April 2005
28 April 2005

NEWEY TO REMAIN AT MCLAREN
McLaren technical director Adrian Newey has signed a contract that will see him remain with the team. However, Newey will take more of a back seat role as he looks to a future beyond F1.
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F1 RULES SCANDALS
With the current situation between BAR and the FIA unclear regarding Jenson Button's car in the San Marino Grand Prix we look back at previous rules scandals, controversy and disqualifications in F1.
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27 April 2005

MARCHY LEE TEST POSTPONED
Marchy Lee's expected Minardi test has been postponed by the team due to logistical reasons.
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TONIO LIUZZI DIARY FROM IMOLA
Vitantonio Liuzzi shares his thoughts after his Grand Prix debut at Imola.
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26 April 2005

JOHN LOVE 1924-2005
Former Grand Prix driver John Love has died at the age of 80. The Rhodesian was a regular entrant in the South African GP, narrowly missing out on a win at Kyalami in 1967.
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25 April 2005

JENSON TO LOSE THIRD PLACE?
The FIA have appealed against a decision by the San Marino Grand Prix stewards who declared Jenson Button's car legal after the race. After the car was drained of its remaining fuel it was found to be underweight, but declared legal.
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RALF PENALISED
Ralf Schumacher has received a 25 second penalty for pulling out from his pit stop in front of Nick Heidfeld. This drops Ralf from 8th to 11th place in yesterday's San Marino Grand Prix, Heidfeld moving to 8th, and Webber and Liuzzi to 9th and 10th respectively.
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24 April 2005

PODIUM FROM IMOLA
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PARC FERME FROM IMOLA
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ADAM CARROLL STORMS TO VICTORY
Sutton Motorpsort Images supported Adam Carroll has taken an impressive victory in the second GP2 race at Imola today. Adam's victory backs up his fifth place finish from yesterday. Further details on Adam Carroll can be found at: www.adam-carroll.com
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MICHAEL LOSES IT ON HOT LAP
Michael Schumacher will start today's San Marino Grand Prix in fourteenth place after leaving the track on his qualifying lap.
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D'AGOSTINO WINS AT OULTON
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Joe D'Agostino has taken a double British Formula Ford victory at Oulton Park today.
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RAIKKONEN TO START FROM IMOLA POLE
Kimi Raikkonen will start todays San Marino Grand Prix from Pole Position. Championship leader Fernando Alonso will line up alongside, with Jenson Button putting his BAR third.
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SAN MARINO GIRLS
All the glamour from Imola.
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FANS AND ATMOSPHERE FROM IMOLA
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CELEBS AND VIP'S IN IMOLA
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FERRARI RENEW WITH SHELL
Ferrari have signed an extension to the contract with their fuel and lubricants supplier Shell.
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23 April 2005

325 FOR MINARDI
Minardi have posed for a group shot in the Imola paddock to celebrate competing in their 325th Grand Prix
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SUTTON DRIVERS ON TOP IN IMOLA
Sutton Motorsport Images supported drivers have made a very succesful start to the 2005 GP2 Series. Heikki Kovaleinen has taken victory in Imola, with Scott Speed also claiming a podium position. Adam Carroll finished the race in a strong fifth place.
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ZANARDI BACK IN A WILLIAMS
Alex Zanardi is visiting the Imola Paddock and has tried the cockpit of the current Williams FW27, strengthening rumours that he will soon test for the team.
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FERRARI GIVE RED BULL WINGS
Red Bull Racing have announced that they will be Ferrari powered in the 2006 and 2007 seasons.
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22 April 2005

PS05 DEBUT
The new Minardi PS05 has made it's competitive debut on track at Imola today.
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TOYOTA GIFT TO BABY ENZO TRULLI
Toyota have presented Jarno Trulli with mini Toyota overalls and a baby Toyota car for his new son Enzo.
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RED BULL PARTY
Red Bull have thrown a party in their impressive new Energy Station at Imola.
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SCHUMACHER DISCUSSES NEW DEAL
Michael Schumacher is in discussion with Ferrari with a view to extending his current deal with the team past 2006.
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NICO TO TEST AGAIN FOR WILLIAMS
Williams have announced that Nico Rosberg will test again for the team in the coming weeks.
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GERRY MARSHALL 1941-2005
Gerry Marshall, a stalwart of the British motor racing scene, has passed away after feeling unwell during testing at Silverstone yesterday. Marshall took his 600th race win in 2000 during a career that spanned forty one years.
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21 April 2005

LIUZZI'S OTHER SAN MARINO DEBUT
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Formula One driver Vitantonio Liuzzi visited the San Marino Grand Prix in 2001. Liuzzi was competing in karts during that year while four years on he will be making his F1 debut for Red Bull Racing at the same circuit.
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MOTORHOMES IN IMOLA
After the first three fly away races at the start of the season, Imola presents the first opportunity for the teams to show off their motorhomes and trucks in 2005. Of particular note is the impressive Red Bull Racing Energy Station.
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FIRST RACE FOR BAR'S NEW SPORTING DIRECTOR
Gil De Ferran is in Imola to attend his first race as BAR Sporting Director.
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20 April 2005

SUTTON SUPPORTED DRIVERS ANNOUNCED FOR 2005
Sutton Motorsport Images are supporting twenty talented young drivers this year. They are competing in a wide variety of series, from F1 to GP2 and to the lower formulae of Formula BMW UK.
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ALEX WURZ CAREER HISTORY
Alex Wurz will replace the injured Juan Pablo Montoya at Imola this weekend. Before McLaren, Wurz competed for Benetton in F1 but he has also had a successful career in F3, ITC and sportscars.
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TONIO IN TOWCESTER
Red Bull Racing driver Vitantonio has made a surprise visit to the offices of Sutton Motorsport Images on the eve of flying to Italy for his first ever Grand Prix. Tonio took the opportunity to look at his website www.liuzzi.com.
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SAN MARINO GRAND PRIX HISTORY
A history of the San Marino Grand Prix.
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19 April 2005

WURZ IN FOR MONTOYA
Alex Wurz will drive the second McLaren at the San Marino Grand Prix as Juan Pablo Montoya has yet to recover from his shoulder injury. Pedro de la Rosa will resume the Friday test driver role after debuting for the race team in Bahrain.
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JORDAN ACQUIRE BRACKLEY WIND TUNNEL FACILITY
The Midland Group have announced the purchase of the Brackley based Jordan wind tunnel facility.
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17 April 2005

TOYOTA GIVE GARCIA HIS F1 CHANCE
Borja Garcia made his Formula One debut with the Toyota team at Paul Ricard yesterday. The test was an award for Garcia winning the 2004 Spanish Formula Three Championship.
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HAKKINEN'S DTM DEBUT
Two time F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen has made his debut in the DTM series at Hockenheim today. Hakkinen, driving for AMG Mercedes Benz took eighth place at the chequered flag.
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15 April 2005

JARNO TRULLI IS A DADDY
Toyota's Jarno Trulli and his wife Barbara are the proud parents of a baby son. They have named his Enzo Trulli.
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FIA MEETS WITH TEAMS TO DISCUSS FUTURE RULES
FIA President Max Mosley today met with Ferrari, Red Bull Racing and Jordan to discuss the rules and regulations for 2008 and beyond.
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14 April 2005

THIRD DRIVER RESTRICTIONS SCRAPPED
A unanimous request from the F1 teams to the FIA has seen the restrictions on the Friday test driver having not competed in more than six races in the last two years lifted. Of immediate benefit will be Christian Klien, who has now been confrimed as Red Bull Racings third driver after Tonio Liuzzi was promoted to the race seat.
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A1 TEAM GB ANNOUNCEMENT
Sutton Motorsport Images supported driver Adam Carroll is one of four drivers who will compete for the A1 GP Team Great Britain drive. The others are Ralph Firman, Alex Lloyd and Robbie Kerr. Team GB chairman John Surtees has announced that Arden International Motorsport, managed by Christian Horner, will manage the team.
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13 April 2005

SUPER NOVA SIGN ADAM CARROLL
Sutton Motorsport Images driver Adam Carroll has signed for Super Nova Racing and will compete in this years GP2 Series. Carroll was runner up in last years British Formula 3 Championship and has recently tested for BAR Honda.
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PANTANO SIGNS FOR SUPER NOVA
Former Jordan F1 driver Giorgio Pantano has signed for Super Nova Racing and will take part in the new for 2005 GP2 Series.
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MG RACING GOES INTO ADMINISTRATION
MG Rover Sports & Racing, a subsidiary of troubled British car maker MG Rover, has followed its parent company into administration. MG has successfully competed in the BTCC, Le Mans and rallying but its motorsport roots began in the early 20th century.
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12 April 2005

RENAULT TARGET NEW ALONSO CONTRACT
Renault have entered contract negotiations with Formula One championship leader Fernando Alonso. Interest from other teams is growing in the Spaniard.
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BRIATORE TO RETIRE?
Renault F1 team boss Flavio Briatore has hinted that he may retire at the end of this season. Briatore's contract with Renault expires mid-season but he has stated that he will stay on as boss until the end of the year. Renault currently lead the constructor's championship.
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MONTOYA'S BECOME PARENTS
Juan Pablo Montoya and his wife Connie are now the proud parents of a baby son. They have named him Sebastien.
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11 April 2005

SUTTON AND RED BULL CONTINUE PARTNERSHIP
The partnership between Sutton Motorsport Images and Austrian based energy drinks Company Red Bull will enter its fourth year in 2005. Sutton Images will continue to provide images for the Red Bull Junior Team project and has become the official team photographer for the exciting new Red Bull Racing Formula One team.
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JACKSON SCORES PODIUM ON SERIES DEBUT
Sutton Motorsport Images supported driver Dominik Jackson scored a third place on his 3000 Pro Series debut at Vallelunga.
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LONG BEACH WIN FOR LEGGE
Former British Formula 3 driver Katherine Legge has won on her Toyota Atlantic debut around the streets of Long Beach.
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10 April 2005

ANTUNES ON TOP
After scoring double pole yesterday and leading round 1 today, Sutton Motorsport Images supported Nathan Antunes won round 2 of the Formula BMW UK Championship at Donington Park today.
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LIUZZI VISITS DONINGTON
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Vitantonio Liuzzi made a guest appearance at Donington Park this weekend. Liuzzi, who will be making his F1 debut at the San Marino Grand Prix, met rising star and fellow Sutton supported driver Nathan Antunes.
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09 April 2005

FORMULA BMW UK DRIVER PORTRAITS
Portraits of all the drivers taking part in the Formula BMW UK Championship.
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08 April 2005

SUTTONS STAR IN KARTING EVENT
Formula One photographers Keith and Mark Sutton took part in yesterday's ITV-F1 and LG karting event at Daytona, Milton Keynes, competing against the ITV commentating team. Mark Sutton finished second in the individual's event with Keith Sutton finishing fourth.
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F1 TEAMS TO BOYCOTT FIA MEETING
The "group of nine" F1 teams, that excludes Ferrari, met yesterday to discuss their plans for a breakaway series for 2008. They will also boycott the April 15th meeting that was due to take place with the FIA. A previous meeting in January was also boycotted after the FIA, FOM and Ferrari agreed to extend the Concorde agreement until 2012.
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06 April 2005

PRINCE RAINIER DIES AGED 81
HSH Prince Rainier of Monaco has died, aged 81. Europe's longest-reigning Monarch, the Prince was a staunch supporter of motorsport and a near permanent feature at the unique Monaco GP podium.
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DE FERRAN APPOINTED AS BAR SPORTING DIRECTOR
Former CART champion and Indy 500 winner Gil de Ferran has been named as BAR's Sporting Director. De Ferran will work alongside Managing Director Nick Fry and designer Geoff Willis to turn around the teams fortunes. Brazilian de Ferran tested for Williams Renault in 1992 and drove for Roger Penske in CART and IRL. He will re-locate from Florida to the UK.
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BREMER & WIRDHEIM CONFIRMED FOR CART
Former International F3000 champion and Jaguar third driver Bjorn Wirdheim has been confirmed at the HVM Champ Car team. His team mate will be Denmark's Ronnie Bremer who has competed in British F3 and Champ Car feeder series, Toyota Atlantics.
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05 April 2005

LIUZZI TO REPLACE KLIEN AT RED BULL
Sutton Motorsport Images supported driver Vitantonio Liuzzi is to replace Christian Klien at Red Bull Racing for the San Marino, Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix. Liuzzi said "I am very happy to get this chance to race in Formula 1, which has always been my target since I started racing."
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VITANTONIO LIUZZI CAREER HISTORY
Vitantonio Liuzzi began his meteoric road to Formula One by winning the World Karting Championships in 2001. Becoming a Red Bull Junior driver in the lower formulae he soon reached International F3000 and won the championship in 2004. Throughout his career he has been supported by Sutton Motorsport Images.
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TONIO LIUZZI DIARY FROM BAHRAIN
Red Bull Racing driver Vitantonio Liuzzi gives the lowdown on his Bahrain GP weekend.
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DUDOT JOINS GP2
After a very brief retirement from Renault F1, Bernard Dudot has been announced as the Head of Engineering for the new GP2 Series.
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04 April 2005

BRUNO SENNA VISITS AYRTON MONUMENT
British Formula Three star Bruno Senna, nephew of the late Ayrton Senna, has visited the Donington Grand Prix Collection. Senna also visited an exhibition of photographs taken by F1 photographer Keith Sutton. Donington was the scene of Ayrton Senna's greatest race, the 1993 European GP.
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PEDRO DE LA ROSA CAREER HISTORY
Spain's Pedro de la Rosa stood in for an injured Juan Pablo Montoya at McLaren yesterday. Previous to this de la Rosa drove for Jaguar and Arrows and has also tested for Jordan and Prost.
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BMW CONFIRM SAUBER TALKS
BMW Motorsport Director Dr. Mario Theissen has confirmed that talks have been held with Sauber with reference to an 2006 engine supply for 2006. Sauber currently use Ferrari engines re-badged as Petronas.
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03 April 2005

100 GP WINS FOR RENAULT
Renault celebrate their 100th GP win after Fernando Alonso took the victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
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TOYOTA CELEBRATIONS
The Toyota team celebrate second and fourth position in the Bahrain Grand Prix, their best combined result since entering the F1 World Championship.
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PODIUM IMAGES FROM BAHRAIN
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PARC FERME IMAGES FROM BAHRAIN
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FERRARI REMEMBER POPE JOHN PAUL II
Ferrari will run with a black nose cone in todays Grand Prix in remeberence of Pope John Paul II.
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ALONSO ON POLE
Fernando Alonso has capitalised on yesterdays Provisional Pole and taken Pole Position for todays race. Michael Schumacher will line up second, ahead of Jarno Trulli and Nick Heidfeld.
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WISH YOU WERE HERE
All the atmosphere surrounding the Bahrain GP.
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GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
All the glamour from Bahrain.
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01 April 2005

BAHRAIN PIT GARAGES BY NIGHT
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RENAULT TEAM PICTURE
The Renault F1 Team have posed for a team photograph this morning in Bahrain.
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DEBUT FOR F2005
This weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix will mark the race debut for the new Ferrari F2005.
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MCLAREN DRIVER CHANGES
McLaren 3rd driver Pedro de la Rosa and test driver Alex Wurz have both been promoted for the Bahrain Grand Prix following the shoulder injury to Juan Pablo Montoya. Wurz will take over 3rd driver duties whilst de la Rosa will become the 2nd race driver.
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BRDC PRESSURE STEWART TO RESIGN
The BRDC have called an Extraordinary General Meeting to vote on the future of Jackie Stewart's presidency of the club. Political in-fighting has grown worse after Ray Bellm was sacked as chairman of the club earlier this year and allegations of an alleged £300,000 fraud.
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PROST AND JABOUILLE RETURN TO RACING
Former F1 stars Alain Prost and Jean-Pierre Jabouille returned to racing at the weekend, sharing a Chrysler Viper in the French GT Championship.
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