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Features for August 2006
31 August 2006

NEW HONDA ENGINE BLOWS AT MONZA
Rubens Barrichello's testing of the new 2007 spec Honda engine was bought to a halt this morning when the engine failed.
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29 August 2006

ROBERTO CARLOS VISITS MASSA
Brazilian football star Roberto Carlos met fellow countryman and Turkish GP winner Felipe Massa during Monza testing today.
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MONZA FC VISIT TOYOTA
Monza Football Club have visited Jarno Trulli and the Toyota team during testing at Monza today.
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FIA INVESTIGATE TURKEY PODIUM PRESENTATION
The FIA have launched a full investigation into the circumstances of Mr Mehmet Ali Talat being invited to present the winner's trophy at the Turkish GP. Talat is the President of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which is unrecognised by any nation except Turkey.
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SAN MARINO AND EUROPEAN GP DROPPED FROM 2007 CALENDAR
The San Marino and European Grands Prix have been dropped from the 2007 Formula One calendar, released today by the FIA.
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SAN MARINO GP HISTORY
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EUROPEAN GP HISTORY
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28 August 2006

MIDLAND SALE RUMOURS CONTINUE
The names of Michiel Mol and Dutch Sports Car manufacturer Spyker continue to be linked to a buy out of Midland's MF1 Racing. Christijan Albers it is expected would be the lead driver.
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27 August 2006

Turkish Grand Prix

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FELIPE MASSA CAREER HISTORY
Felipe Massa became the second driver to score a debut win in two races, with his victory in the Turkish Grand Prix. We look back at his career.
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CONWAY EXTENDS BRITISH FORMULA THREE CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Mike Conway has celebrated his Birthday with victory in race one and third place in race two at Brands Hatch today.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARK
Mark Webber has celebrated his thirtieth birthday at the Turkish Grand Prix.
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FERRARI WHEEL FAIRINGS
Ferrari are courting controversy in Turkey with fairings on their rear wheels, supposedly to aid brake cooling.
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CARROLL BACK ON THE PODIUM
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Adam Carroll has made a return to the GP2 podium with third place in Turkey today.
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ATMOSPHERE FROM TURKEY
All the atmosphere from in and around Istanbul.
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GIRLS IN TURKEY
All the glamour from the Turkish Grand Prix.
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26 August 2006

KAZEEM AT THE TURKISH GRAND PRIX
Young karting star Kazeem Manzur is a visitor to the Istanbul Paddock. Kazeem has today met with Supernova GP2 team boss David Sears.
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24 August 2006

PETROL OFISI
Honda have unveiled new sponsor petroleum company Petrol Ofisi in the Istanbul pit lane.
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SHELL PRESS CONFERENCE
Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa have attended a Shell Press Conference in Istanbul today.
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RENAULT MASS DAMPERS RULED ILLEGAL
Renault's controversial mass damper system has been ruled illegal by the FIA International Court of Appeal.
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23 August 2006

VETTEL TO DRIVE THIRD BMW SAUBER
Sebastien Vettel has had his superlicence approved and will drive the third BMW Sauber on Friday in Turkey. Vettel recently underwent a test with the team in Jerez.
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SEBASTIEN VETTEL CAREER HISTORY
Sebastien Vettels career history, from dominating the 2004 Formula BMW ADAC Championship through to his latest appointment as the third driver for BMW Sauber.
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WRIGHT JOINS TORO ROSSO
Jim Wright, former Head of Marketing for Williams, is to join Scuderia Toro Rosso next month and will work alongside Gerhard Berger in his Monte Carlo offices. Wright left Williams in March this year.
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TURKISH GRAND PRIX HISTORY
Turkey will host its second Grand Prix this weekend. Last year's eventful race was won by Kimi Raikkonen.
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21 August 2006

CREIGHTON BROWN
Creighton Brown, one of the group involved in establishing McLaren Cars that developed the McLaren F1, passed away on the afternoon of Sunday 20th August.
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19 August 2006

KIESA MAKES DTM DEBUT
Former Minardi and Jordan F1 driver Nicolas Kiesa makes his debut in the DTM series this weekend.
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18 August 2006

WILLIS AND HONDA PART COMPANY
Former Honda chief designer Geoff Willis and the Honda team have reached a mutual agreement to part company. Willis will be a free agent to work for another F1 team on 31 December.
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17 August 2006

INDIANAPOLIS RENEWS F1 CONTRACT
An agreement has been reached between Bernie Ecclestone and Tony George that will see the Indianapolis Motor Speedway renew its contract with F1 for a one-year extension.
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16 August 2006

ZONTA TO DRIVE TOYOTA AT LAGUNA SECA
Toyota F1 test driver Ricardo Zonta is to demonstrate a TF106 this weekend at Laguna Seca during the annual Monterey Historic Automobile Races.
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RACING RETURNS TO PAUL RICARD
International racing returns to the Circuit Paul Ricard this weekend, with a round of the FIA GT Championship. The former home of the French Grand Prix last hosted a major event in 1998, and subsequently became a dedicated test facility.
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14 August 2006

TOYOTA LEAVES THE GPMA
According to sources, Toyota have decided to leave the GPMA saying the body had achieved all of its objectives. The other members of the GPMA respect the decision.
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GILLAN JOINS TOYOTA
Professor Mark Gillan is to join Toyota as their head of aerodynamics. Gillan currently works at the University of Surrey but has seen previous appointments at McLaren, Jaguar and Red Bull.
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FIRST CHAMP CAR PODIUM FOR CLARKE
Briton Dan Clarke has scored his first Champ Car podium after finishing third in Denver. Clarke drives for the CTE Racing - HVM team.
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13 August 2006

Grand Prix Masters

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Nigel Mansell
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VIP's and celebrities
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CONWAY TAKES TWO WINS AT SILVERSTONE
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Mike Conway took a dominant win at a wet Silverstone today in race 1 and finished off a perfect day by also winning race 2.
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WATTS TAKES DOUBLE VICTORY AT SNETTERTON
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Porsche Carrera Cup UK driver Danny Watts has won both races at Snetterton and makes it his eighth consecutive win in the series.
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JAMES SUTTON SCORES THIRD PLACE AT SNETTERTON
Sutton Motorsport Images supported Formula Renault UK driver James Sutton has scored a third place in race 2 at Snetterton today.
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10 August 2006

DAMON HILL TESTS GP MASTERS CAR
1996 F1 World Champion Damon Hill tested a GP Masters car today at Silverstone. It has not yet been confirmed whether the Englishman will race the car this weekend.
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GP MASTERS TWO SEATER TAKES TO THE TRACK
The two-seater GP Masters car has taken to the track at Silverstone today. It is the first open-wheel two-seater to offer an unobstructed view for the passenger.
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JACQUES VILLENEUVE CAREER HISTORY
We look back at the career of Jacques Villeneuve, now departed from the BMW Sauber team.
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09 August 2006

JENSON ENDS ENGLISH DROUGHT
By winning the Hungarian Grand Prix, Jenson Button has displaced Johnny Herbert as the last Englishman to win a Grand Prix. Herbert's win came in the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring in 1999.
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08 August 2006

HILL TO TEST GP MASTERS
Damon Hill will test a GP Masters car at Silverstone on Thursday, ahead of the race on Sunday. Organisers are keen to point out that Hill has not committed to the race at this stage.
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07 August 2006

COULTHARD & WEBBER CONFIRMED AT RED BULL RACING
David Coulthard and Mark Webber have been confirmed as 2007 Red Bull Racing drivers.
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FIA & CARMAKERS AGREE ENGINE FREEZE
The FIA and carmakers have agreed that a freeze on engine development will be mandatory from 2008.
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JENSON'S LAST WIN
Prior to victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, Jenson Button's most recent victory was at Silverstone in British Formula 3 in 1999.
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BMW DROPS VILLENEUVE
BMW Sauber have parted company with Jacques Villeneuve, with immediate effect. He is replaced by Robert Kubica, who substituted for the injured Canadian at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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350,000 IMAGES ONLINE
Sutton Motorsport Images has surpassed 350,000 images available on-line at its Picture Desk website.
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KUBICA DISQUALIFIED
Robert Kubica has been excluded from the results of the Hungarian Grand Prix when his car was found to be underweight by the scrutineers.
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06 August 2006

Hungarian Grand Prix

Celebrations
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Podium
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Parc Ferme
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Finish
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Incidents
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Start
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Grid
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Driver's Parade
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JENSON BUTTON CAREER HISTORY
After taking his maiden Grand Prix victory in Hungary, we look back at the career of Jenson Button.
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KIMI 100 UP
McLaren and Johnnie Walker have helped Kimi Raikkonen celebrate his 100th Grand Prix start in Hungary today.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TONIO!
Vitantonio Liuzzi is celebrating his 25th birthday today.
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BUDAPEST ATMOSPHERE
All the atmosphere from the Hungaroring.
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GIRLS FROM HUNGARY
All the glamour from Budapest.
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05 August 2006

SCHUMACHER PENALISED AS WELL!
Michael Schumacher has been given a 2 second penalty in each of today's Qualifying segments for overtaking under red flags in Practice this morning.
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ALONSO GIVEN TIME PENALTIES
Fernando Alonso and Robert Doornbos have been called before the Hungarian stewards to explain a weaving and blocking incident in todays Practice session. In conclusion Alonso has been handed a two second penalty in each of today's Qualifying sessions.
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04 August 2006

DA MATTA IN CRITICAL CONDITION
Former Toyota F1 driver Cristiano da Matta is in a critical condition following surgery to remove a blood clot on his brain, caused by a collision with a deer whilst testing his RuSport Champ Car at Road America.
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FISHER TO RETURN TO IRL
Original IRL lady driver Sarah Fisher is to return to the series with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing at Kentucky next weekend.
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03 August 2006

KUBICA READY
All the attention is on Robert Kubica as he prepares to become the first Polish driver to start a Grand Prix.
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BRAWN TO STEP DOWN
It is reported that Ross Brawn is to step down as Ferrari's technical director at the end of the season. Brawn has been with the team since 1996, following Michael Schumacher from Benetton.
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LANE-NOTT TO STAND DOWN
Roger Lane-Nott is to stand down from his role as BRDC club secretary, a position he has held for seven years. Lane-Nott was once a Rear Admiral in the Royal Navy and briefly held the position of FIA race director and safety delegate prior to joining the BRDC.
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02 August 2006

WURZ TAKES RACE SEAT AT WILLIAMS FOR 2007
Williams F1 test driver Alexander Wurz will step up to partner Nico Rosberg for the 2007 season.
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Alex Wurz Career History
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KUBICA TO REPLACE VILLENEUVE IN BUDAPEST
BMW Sauber third driver Robert Kubica will replace Jacques Villeneuve on the grid in Budapest. Villeneuve has informed the team that he is not ready to race after his accident in Germany last weekend.
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NIKI LAUDA - NURBURGRING 1976
August 5th sees the 30th anniversary of Niki Lauda's horrific accident at the Nurburgring that left the driver in a critical condition with bad burns. Lauda made a heroic return to F1 only six weeks after the accident.
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HUNGARIAN GP HISTORY
We look back at the history of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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