Posts tagged as: 2011

X-Men: First Class – received great reviews

X-Men: First Class – received great reviews X-Men: First Class is a Sci-Fi action flick which is produced by Bryan Singer and directed by Mathew Vaughn. It was released on 3rd June, 2011 worldwide and not only rocked the box office but received good reviews. DVD of this move was out on 9th September later […]

Significant progress towards the goal of Universal Salt Iodisation

Significant progress towards the goal of Universal Salt Iodisation Punjab Health Services Director General Dr Nisar Ahmed Cheema on Friday appreciated the role of media in ‘significant progress’ towards the goal of Universal Salt Iodisation (USI). Addressing a media dissemination seminar, he said media has been consistently highlighting the importance of micronutrients such as iodine, […]

Martin Whitmarsh believes McLaren is to be blamed for Jenson Button’s poor show

Martin Whitmarsh believes that Jenson Button’s poor performance at the Canadian Grand Prix is to be blamed on McLaren. Lewis Hamilton showed just how strong the McLaren car was during the race while Button was struggling for pace and looked nothing like his teammate who lapped him during the race. Button finished at 16th place. “Jenson […]

McLaren boss Ron Dennis hints at Lewis Hamilton pay cut for 2013

McLaren boss Ron Dennis has hinted at a pay cut for Lewis Hamilton after his current contract expires at the end of 2012. The news has come in amid speculations of the Brit looking to move other teams beyond 2012. Although Hamilton has never clearly said that he is going to leave McLaren but he […]

Fernando Alonso defends Felipe Massa and Stefano Domenicali

Fernando Alonso has come out in defence of his team-mate Felipe Massa and their team boss Stefano Domenicali. Massa has been struggling for some time now with his driving. Since 2009 Massa has been criticised over his driving and it has come to a point where the Brazilian has been warned by his president Luca […]

Force India face technical issues with the car during the Mugello test

Force India are blaming a number of reliability issues on the second day of the Mugello test. The team have had a limited run on the second day of the test as Jules Bianchi did 19 laps on Tuesday and found out that the car has technical difficulties. The hydraulics on the car caused Paul […]

Paul di Resta believes Force India can move past Sauber

  Paul di Resta believes that the performance in the Bahrain GP has allowed Force India to keep Sauber in sights. Force India has not been performing up to its potential in the 2012 season. The team has show consistent improvement since it joined Formula 1. In the year 2011 Force India finished 6th in Constructors’ […]

Force India principal Bob Fernley says Force India placed better than expected

Team principal Bob Fernley believes that Force India is in a better position than it has been expected by the team. Force India is looking to update its car ahead of the European season of Formula 1. So far it has not performed to its billed potential but has started picking up pace. In the […]

Paul di Resta praises two-stop strategy during the Bahrain Grand Prix

Paul di Resta has praised Force India’s strategy for his sixth place finish at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Di Resta went for a two-stop strategy and it worked for him perfectly as he started the race placed tenth and finished at sixth. It was a good performance considering Force India has been struggling so far […]

Lotus angry over Bahrain organisers for publishing confidential statements

Lotus are unhappy with Bahrain organisers for publishing confidential statements attributed to the team. Lotus had sent a team of representatives to Bahrain to analyse the situation first hand amidst all the commotion over the Bahrain Grand Prix’s feasibility to tour. There was a press release from the chairman of the race and it was […]

Bahrain Grand Prix chairman Zayed Al Zayani defends the race

Bahrain Grand Prix chairman Zayed Al Zayani blames “scaremongering extremists” and “armchair observers” as the main reason behind all the unnecessary commotion surrounding the event. “What has been happening is that armchair observers – who have not been sufficiently interested or committed to investigate the situation for themselves – have been driving this debate, at […]

Labour MP Richard Burden joins in on the Bahrain debate

Labour MP Richard Burden has joined in on the hot debate over Bahrain Grand Prix’s feasibility amid local tensions. The Bahrain Grand Prix has been the big debate and different views have started to pour in as the time comes closer to the event and recent growing tensions in the country have sparked some confusion. […]


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