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Statement from Ferrari on Felipe Massa’s condition

Message to Felipe from his crew

Ferrari team issued statement on the condition of Felipe Massa who crashed heavily after being struck by a piece of flying debris from another car during the qualifying for Hungarian GP:

“After the accident during the qualifying session of the Grand Prix of Hungary, Felipe Massa was airlifted to the AEK hospital in Budapest. Felipe was conscious at the arrival at the hospital and his general conditions remain stable.

Following a complete medical examination it emerged that he had suffered a cut on his forehead, a bone damage of his skull and a brain concussion. These conditions need to be operated on after which he will remain under observation in intensive care.”

Not surprisingly he will not take part in the Hungarian GP tomorrow.

Let’s hope Felipe Massa will recover soon.

Update: Felipe Massa has undergone successful surgery at the AEK hospital in Budapest. He will now remain under observation in the intensive care unit.

Photo: Bridgestone Motorsports

2009 Hungarian GP – Qualifying – Pole for Alonso

Pole position for Fernando Alonso

Pole position for Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso claimed his first pole position of the season, Sebastian Vettel qualified 2nd and Mark Webber 3rd. There were bizzare scenes in the pitlane after qulaifying. The timing screens went off and nobody had any idea how the qualifying ended for quite a while …

1. F. Alonso – 1:21.569
2. S. Vettel – 1:21.607
3. M. Webber – 1:21.741
4. L. Hamilton – 1:21.839
5. N. Rosberg – 1:21.890
6. H. Kovalainen – 1:22.095
7. K. Raikkonen – 1:22.468
8. J. Button – 1:22.511
9. K. Nakajima – 1:22.835
10. F. Massa – no time


2009 Hungarian GP – Saturday practice

Lewis Hamilton finished the final practice session on top ahead of Nick Heidfeld and Nico Rosberg. McLaren cars were fastest in all three practice sessions this weekend. P9 and P10 for Red Bulls and P13 and P17 for Brawns makes it quite tricky to predict the qualifying …

Saturday Free Practice times:


Video – Interview with Jaime Alguersuari

Jaime Alguersuari is making is F1 racing debut this weekend in Hungary. Here is Jaime’s first full interview since securing his race drive in Formula 1. The youngest ever Formula 1 driver speaks about the aims for his first race, beginning of his career, new team and expectations for the rest of this season.

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2009 Hungarian GP – Friday Practice

The Hungarian GP weekend kicked off with Friday practice. Busiest driver in the morning session was (as expected) the rookie Jaime Alguersuari with 42 laps to his name. He did reasonably well on his first proper F1 outing, setting time only 2 tenths slower than his team mate Sebastien Buemi. The fastest lap of the sesson belongs to Heikki Kovalainen. Nico Rosberg was second fastest and Lewis Hamilton third.

Sebastien Vettel complained about tyres heating up too much, Brawn GP spent the session testing new aero parts and running with race fuel loads.

Friday practice 1 times:



Mark Webber stays on with Red Bull in 2010

There are many question marks about the 2010 Formula One grid but one thing seems to be certain now – Mark Webber will stay with Red Bull. The German GP winner agreed a new deal with his to keep him at Red Bull in 2010.


2009 Prediction Game – Round 10 – Hungarian GP

Hungarian GP weekend is almost here. This is the last race before the official F1 summer break. It is time to start making some predictions. Here is round 10 of our prediction game. The weather people expect hot and dry weekend in Hungary. Will the heat and new aero package help Brawn GP to return […]


Video – On Singapore GP and more

Does not happen too often that I find F1 related video contents on our local news website. But here is one from SCMP.com featuring Singapore GP and some men behind it as well some thoughts from ESPN Star Sport’s Steve Slater on Singapore GP and on F1 in general that include another gem (this time […]


Toro Rosso confirms Jaime Alguersuari for Hungarian GP

As widely expected Scuderia Toro Rosso has confirmed Jaime Alguersuari as a replacement for Sebastien Bourdais. Team’s official website informs that Alguersuari’s Formula One debut will be this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix. This will make Alguersuari the youngest ever driver in the 59-year history of the Formula One World Championship.


Ten to tackle – Wolf’s F1 Quiz Number 19 – Hungarian GP

The quiz is back. This time the topic is the Hungarian 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 […]


Nelson Piquet stays on, will race in Hungary

The immediate future of Nelson Piquet seems to be in F1 with Renault. The Brazilian driver will race in Hungary next weekend. This has become obvious from ING Renault F1 press release ahead of Hungarian Grand Prix. In it the team discussed the upcoming race with both their drivers Fernando Alonso and Nelson Piquet. Here […]

F1 Drivers

Changes to history books following Mark Webber’s German GP win

Mark Webber finally has an F1 race win under his belt, let’s have a look how his German GP win changed the F1 statistics: Mark Webber has officially become the driver with most F1 races before first win. Here is how the table looks now: 1. Mark Webber – 130th race 2. Rubens Barrichello – […]


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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