Wolf is taking a break

After almost 4 years the wolf is tired and needs a break. The motivation is no longer there. With that also is gone the willingness to voluntarily sacrifice all the time needed to keep the site going. Even that bare minimum of time the wolf devoted to the site in 2010 … So, after a […]

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Wolf’s F1 Quiz Number 20 – European GP


The F1 summer break is almost over, time for the 20th quiz here at F1Wolf. This time the topic is the European GP.

You know the drill. Complete all 10 questions, afterwards all the answers will be revealed. As usual please no googling for answers :-) .

And do not forget to share your result in comments ! If you missed the past quizzes you can try them too – click here.


What is the third car idea all about ?

Luca de Montezemolo would like to see 3 Ferraris on the grid

Luca de Montezemolo would like to see 3 Ferraris on the grid

These words from Luca de Montezemolo earlier this week stirred up quite some debate:

“We’re continuing to fight until every team has the right to start with three cars in the next season (and one I’d have handed over to Michael with pleasure). I prefer three McLaren and three Renault to three “whatevers”. With BMW gone, there’s not much to say but lots to do.”

What has been overlooked is the fact that this is not something that Ferrari came up with after Schumacher called off his planned comeback. This is an idea that FOTA has been floating for quite a while. The last occassion was when FOTA reacted to BMW’s withdrawal from the sport (July 29):


2010 Formula 1 drivers – The first look

2010 F1 Drivers

Unlike last season this year we have already had some mid-season drivers changes. Jaime Alguersuari has replaced Sebastien Bourdais in Toro Rosso, Nelson Piquet was dropped by Renault and Luca Badoer is about to step in to Ferrari F60 for injured Felipe Massa. Unlike last year we can also expect some serious shuffle to come before the 2010 season begins. BMW is on their way out, 3 (or 4) new teams are on the way in, several contracts are up for renewal (or else). Let’s have a first look how the things are (or may be) shaping up:


Michael Schumacher calls off the F1 come back

Michael Schumacher will not race in Valencia

Michael Schumacher will not race in Valencia

Michael Schumacher has decided to call off his Formula One comeback. Luca Badoer will replace Felipe Massa for the European GP in Valencia. In the statement published on his website Schumacher explained that the persisting neck problems are the reason behind the cancellation of his F1 come back:

“Yesterday evening, I had to inform Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo and team principal Stefano Domenicali that unfortunately I’m not able to step in for Felipe.

I really tried everything to make that temporary comeback possible, however, much to my regret it didn’t work out. Unfortunately we did not manage to get a grip on the pain in the neck which occurred after the private F1-day in Mugello, even if medically or therapeutically we tried everything possible.

FIA re-opened team selection process

Will Peter Sauber keep his former team in F1 ?

Will Peter Sauber keep his former team in F1 ?

Following the failure of BMW and Peter Sauber to reach a takeover deal on time to sign the new Concorde Agreement a vacancy on the 2010 has been created. Max Mosley wasted no time and wrote to the teams on his reserve list (unsuccessful candidates for 2010 F1 entry as well as BMW Sauber) informing them that about the newly available place on the F1 grid.

This may look harsh on Peter Sauber who still continues to look for a way to save the team he created in the early 90s. On the other hand the it is hard to blame FIA for this action. If anyone is to jump in and fill the empty space left behind by BMW they need to know sooner rather than later.



F1Wolf – The new look

As you may have already realized F1Wolf received a facelift. I have been thinking about change of the design for quite some time. The previous design was from summer of 2007. It was great at the time of its launch and several tweaks here and there managed to extend its life span to almost 2 […]

Canadian GP

F1 developments in North America

North America made F1 headlines this week. First have at a look at the USF1 information published by TechCrunch. This is a quote from article written by Michael Arrington: “I also ran into YouTube founder Chad Hurley at the Fuze offices, who was meeting with the Best Buy team along with the execs from the […]


Mario Theissen and Peter Sauber on BMW Sauber future

Mario Theissen and Peter Sauber issued separate statements today on the future of BMW Sauber F1 team following BMW’s decision to quit Formula 1: “Since the announcement on 29 July of our strategic realignment, we have done everything in our power to reach a rapid agreement on the sale of the team based at Hinwil. […]


The best debut year of a Brazilian driver in F1 ?

There has been a lot of talk about Nelson Piquet’s statement and especially what he had to say about Flavio Briatore. This however is the part that caught my attention: “In 2008 I scored 19 points, finished once on the podium in second place, having the best debut year of a Brazilian driver in F1.” […]


Nelson Piquet confirms Renault exit

Nelson Piquet issued statement confirming his Renault exit. He is officially out. Judging from the contents of the statement one may think that he is actually glad his Renault nightmare is over: “I feel a sense of relief for the end of the worst period of my career, and the possibility that I can now […]


Video – Kimi Raikkonen crashes out of WRC Neste Oil Rally Finland

It is F1 holiday time. Kimi Raikkonen used his free time for doing some rally racing. Here is his WRC Rally Finland experience ended, The ever ice cool Kimi still managed to take off his helmet and put on the oversized sponsor cap before getting out of the vehicle … “It was good fun and […]


New Concorde agreement signed

It looks like there may be peace in F1 for a while. The press release on the FIA website confirms that FIA President Max Mosley signed the 2009 Concorde Agreement. Full statement from FIA: Following approval by the World Motor Sport Council, late last night FIA President Max Mosley signed the 2009 Concorde Agreement, heralding […]


2014 Teams and Drivers

Red Bull
Sebastian VETTEL
Fernando ALONSO
Adrian SUTIL
Force India
Sergio PEREZ
Felipe MASSA
Valtteri BOTTAS
Toro Rosso
Daniil KVYAT
Jean Eric VERGNE

2014 F1 Calendar

14-16 March - Australia
28-30 March - Malaysia
4-6 April - Bahrain
18-20 April - China
9-11 May - Spain
22-25 May - Monaco
6-8 June - Canada
20-22 June - Austria
4-6 July - Great Britain
18-20 July - Germany
25-27 July - Hungary
22-24 August - Belgium
5-7 September - Italy
19-21 September - Singapore
3-5 October - Japan
10-12 October - Russia
31 October-2 November - USA
7-9 November - Brazil
21-23 November - Abu Dhabi


2010 Mercedes GP F1 Merchandise
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