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Force India F1 Testing : Exclusive Media Photos


We have got photos of the Vijay Mallya owned Force India F1 formula one team. Their testing took place at Barcelona under a burgundy Kingfisher-ish livery (Indian formula one fans shall notice) . Enjoy ! The photos also feature a close up of their new logo. Click on Read the Rest of the Story to see more photos of the Force India F1 team.

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November 14th, 2007 at 6:23 pm

Michael Schumacher’s still got it !

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Michael Schumacher topped the unofficial timesheets beating Ferrari’s Luca Badoeur and McLaren Pedro De La Rosa at testing here in Barcelona. Here is an official Ferrari report :

Maranello, 13th November 2007

Circuit: Catalunya circuit, 4.655 km
Drivers: Luca Badoer and Michael Schumacher
Car: F2007
Weather: air temperature 12/19 °C, track temperature 12/20 °C. Cloudy in the morning, sunny in the afternoon.

Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro returned to the track today at Barcelona for the first of three days testing this week.

The two Ferrari drivers running at the Catalunya Circuit, Luca Badoer and Michael Schumacher, worked mainly on the electronics of the F2007 and on development of new components aimed at next season.

The day in figures is as follows: 63 laps for Michael (best time 1.21.918) and 75 for Luca (1.22.133.)

Testing continues at this circuit again tomorrow, when Felipe Massa will join Michael Schumacher.

Tomorrow will be interesting with Michael Schumacher pitted against Felipe Massa.

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November 14th, 2007 at 1:01 pm

Sepang to have a three day testing session

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Formula one lovers rejoice in Malaysia , the three week gap between Malaysian and Australian Grand Prix will be plugged by a three day testing session at the Sepang formula one track. The Formula One teams seemed to rejoice as most of them would have had to fly back their engineers to Europe for testing , hence a lot of resources will be saved.

Apart from this ,two testing sessions will also be held in Bahrain before the new season starts , the schedule of the tests shall be

Formula One Testing Session 1 – 22-24 February

Formula One Testing Session 2 – 27-28 February

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January 8th, 2007 at 2:17 pm

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