Yesterday, the Renault F1 team showed off its 2010 F1 car which they would be racing. The car's decals incidentally resembles the look of the team's debut car in the late 1970s. The yellow-and-black paint scheme was the traditional pattern used by Renault on its Formula One and Le Mans sports cars before the company began taking on title sponsors.
If you are a Formula One fan, you already know this: Michael Schumacher, the most successful driver ever in the history of F1, has signed up with Mercedes GP for the 2010 F1 season. This is a commercial dream come true for Formula One - Bernie Ecclestone will laugh all the way to the bank.
Force India, the Indian Formula One team, will test Britain's Paul di Resta and America's JR Hildebrand at the young drivers test at Jerez, Spain. The young driver's test will be held between Decemeber 1-3, 2009. Force India has not confirmed either Adrian Sutil or Vitantonio Liuzzi who were driving their car in 2009.
Formula One driver Timo Glock has announced that he would drive for the newcomer F1 team, Manor Grand Prix, in the 2010 Formula One season. Tim Glock was driving for Toyota in the 2009 season, and was left without a drive when Toyota decided to exit Formula One.
McLaren to get two F1 World Champions; good friends Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button will be drivers for 2010
Woah. This is big news. The upstart Brawn GP which blew away most of the Formula One teams in the first half of the year, and went on to take both 2009 F1 driver's championship and constructors' championship has been practically taken over by one of the biggest automobile manufacturers in the world, Mercedes. Update: Michael Schumacher to race for Mercedes GP!