Formula 1 News


FIA wants urgent clarification on Toyota
November 04, 2009 (19:33) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
The FIA wants to clarify Toyota's legal obligations under the Concorde Agreement before it can admit a new 13th team. More...
Renault muse following Toyota out of F1
November 04, 2009 (19:17) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
On Tuesday it was Bridgestone, on Wednesday Toyota - is Renault set to become F1's latest casualty on Thursday, as the French manufacturer calls an emergency board meeting..? More...
FIA concerned about withdrawal Toyota and Bridgestone
November 04, 2009 (19:12) [ Indexed from ]
The announcements this week by Toyota and Bridgestone of their withdrawal from Formula One are of concern to the FIA. Bridgestone has given almost 18 months notice of its intentions, thereby allowing the necessary arrangements to be made for the future supply of tyres to the championship. Toyotas decision, however, comes just weeks after its F1 team signed the new Concorde Agreement until 2012. More...
FOTA says Toyota exit is a warning
November 04, 2009 (18:47) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
Teams' alliance regrets Toyota's departure and says it underlines need for reform in F1. More...
FOTA admits 'sadness' at 'unexpected' Toyota F1 departure
November 04, 2009 (18:12) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
The Formula One Teams Association (FOTA) has responded to the news that Toyota is to quit F1 with immediate effect - and revealed its conviction that 2010 will be a 'better' year for the embattled sport. More...
Disappointment at Toyota withdrawal, but FOTA expects a better 2010 for F1
November 04, 2009 (17:27) [ Indexed from ]
The Formula One Teams Association today expressed sadness at the unexpected decision by Toyota to withdraw from Formula One and be absent from the 2010 World Championship. Toyota has made a significant contribution to the success of Formula One for the past eight seasons, having recorded a number of podium finishes and other points-scoring results in that time. More...
FOTA thanks Toyota's Howett
November 04, 2009 (16:57) [ Indexed from ]
The Formula One Teams Association (FOTA) has expressed its gratitude to Toyota team President John Howett, who served as Vice Chairman for the group during its first season this year. The committee is sad to see the Japanese manufacturer leave the sport but hopes for its return in the future. More...
Toyota announce Formula One withdrawal
November 04, 2009 (15:03) [ Indexed from ]
Toyota will be absent from the grid next season after the team's parent company announced its withdrawal from Formula One racing on Wednesday. The team had been competing since 2002. In that time they scored three pole positions, three fastest laps, 13 podiums and 278.5 points, though never that elusive win. Current race drivers Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock both hope to find seats elsewhere for 2010... More...
Toyota sorry 'for not achieving their targets'
November 04, 2009 (14:22) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Toyota President Akio Toyoda has offered his "deepest apologies" to the team's fans after they failed to reach their targets in F1. More...
Toyota exit shifts F1 power balance
November 04, 2009 (13:12) [ Indexed from BBC Sport ]
What Toyota's pull-out means for Formula 1 More...
Toyota's withdrawal statement
November 04, 2009 (11:47) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
Read the full statement issued by Toyota explaining its reasons for quitting Formula 1. More...
Toyota: Pull-out had become unavoidable
November 04, 2009 (11:33) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
President Akio Toyoda apologises to Toyota fans for leaving F1 without a win, but says downturn forced its hand. More...
Toyota confirm F1 exit
November 04, 2009 (10:57) [ Indexed from ]
Toyota today confirmed they are pulling out of Formula One with immediate effect for financial reasons. More...
Full Toyota statement on its F1 withdrawal
November 04, 2009 (10:42) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
The Toyota Motor Corporation has released the following statement following its decision to leave Formula One. More...
Toyota announces it is quitting F1
November 04, 2009 (10:27) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Toyota announces it is withdrawing from Formula 1 immediately just days after completing the 2009 season. More...
Toyota withdraws from Formula 1
November 04, 2009 (10:04) [ Indexed from ITV Sport ]
Toyota has announced it has quit Formula 1 with immediate effect due to the ongoing effects of the economic downturn. More...
Toyota highlights reasons for F1 exit
November 04, 2009 (10:04) [ Indexed from ]
The news of Toyota's exit from Formula One on Wednesday confirms that the sport is left with just three car manufacturers for 2010; McLaren, Ferrari and Renault. The Japanese marque has explained that 'severe economic realities' have forced the move, which sees it join Honda and BMW on the sidelines. More...
Toyota to quit F1
November 04, 2009 (09:42) [ Indexed from UpdateF1 ]
Announcement soon More...
Official: Toyota pull the plug on F1 efforts
November 04, 2009 (09:42) [ Indexed from ]
It is now official that Toyota is leaving the Formula One paddock, with the Japanese car giant announcing the sad news this Wednesday morning. The rumour had been going around for some time now, but only until the Japanese press made unofficial declarations did it become realistic. More...
Official: Toyota leaves Formula One
November 04, 2009 (09:37) [ Indexed from ]
Toyota has become the third major car manufacturer to pull out of Formula One in the space of twelve months. With word of the exit having circulated already, confirmation of the Japanese marque's decision came on Wednesday; the news does, however, mean that there is now space on the grid for the Qadbak-owned Sauber outfit. More...

« Previous | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Next »

From 101 until 120 / 293

Most visited today
 - The McGuv'nor betting guide to Stoke v Arsenal, QPR v Burnley and Southampton v Man Utd
 - Wolff keen avoid 'all-out engine war'
 - Massa: I was driving like a grandmother
 - Alonso anticipates Hungary opportunity
 - Trulli calls for a big push from Toyota
 - Lewis unconcerned by Brawn rumours
 - Alonso: It can only get better
 - Qualifying analysis - finest of margins prove decisive in Montreal
 - Russian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel says he has a 'fair chance' of title win

Most visited last week
 - Max Chilton brings ability as well as affluence
 - 'Excuse me, can you take our picture?': Tourists fail to recognise Lewis Hamilton Down Under
 - Silverstone gears up for most important initiative in its 60 year history
 - FIA issues radio message guidelines
 - 'That is one sexy bit of kit' - Jenson Button purrs as McLaren reveal first shots of 'futuristic' MP4-X
 - Renault confirm F1 return
 - Perez: Force India could have fought Red Bull and Williams with B-spec
 - India F1 track fully 'dog proof'
 - Tracking the two-wheeled speed demon

Funny games