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Aug 27

Fry Looking Forward to Allison’s Arrival at Ferrari

Fry Looking Forward to Allison’s Arrival at Ferrari

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Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry says that the arrival of James Allison will allow him to focus more on improving the performance of the F138.

Former Lotus man Allison, who officially starts work next week, will have Fry’s former job title of technical director (chassis). This will be his second spell at the team after he worked under Ross Brawn from 2000 to 2005.

Aug 27

IndyCar Drivers Would Welcome Back J.P. Montoya

IndyCar drivers would welcome back J.P. Montoya

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If Juan Pablo Montoya returns to IndyCar next year, he’ll get a warm welcome from the drivers he’ll have to beat.

Michael Andretti is looking for sponsors for an IndyCar ride for Montoya, who is leaving Chip Ganassi’s NASCAR team. Montoya says he hasn’t decided where he’s going next, but several drivers at Sonoma Raceway think he belongs back in American open-wheel racing, which left in 2001 for Formula One, followed by an underwhelming foray into NASCAR.

Aug 27

F1 Belgian Grand Prix: Team-By-Team Analysis

Driver Sebastian Vettel (center) celebrates with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner (left) and chief technical chief officer Adrian Newey (right) at Spa. (Photo: Getty Images)

Driver Sebastian Vettel (center) celebrates with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner (left) and chief technical officer Adrian Newey (right) at Spa. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Formula One Belgian Grand Prix promised to be a thriller, helped by a slightly mixed-up grid, but in the end, the expected rain never came and after a clean first lap, it proved to be a race of few surprises. Sebastian Vettel’s win wasn’t great for the title battle, but it was well-deserved after a faultless weekend for the German. Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton did at least add to their scores, but it was a bad day for Kimi Raikkonen. Here’s what happened among the 11 teams.