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    HRT has completed its 2012 lineup by signing Dani Clos as official reserve

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    HRT, the Spanish team that until now had the final vacancy on the 2012 grid, has finally completed its race driver lineup by signing Narain

  • HRT surprises F1 by signing McLaren's de la Rosa

    HRT has surprised the F1 world by announcing Pedro de la Rosa as one of its race drivers for the 2012 season. The 40-year-old Catalan returned to his regular role as McLaren's long-time reserve driver this year after an abortive racing

  • Blown exhaust saga set to heat up again

    F1's blown exhaust saga is not over quite yet. The controversy over aggressively using engine gases for an aerodynamic effect came to a spectacular head at Silverstone in July, but it was ultimately resolved that the practice should be

  • Williams to supply HRT

    The new Spanish team HRT will use a gearbox supplied by Williams in 2011, it was confirmed on Tuesday. According to the famous Grove-based team, the deal will be in place "for the lifecycle of the current Cosworth engine technology",

  • Chandhok draws blank on Yamamoto conspiracy theory

    Karun Chandhok on Saturday refused to buy into a conspiracy theory surrounding the occupant of his old HRT race cockpit this weekend. Many paddock figures were bemused on Friday when, as it emerged that Sakon Yamamoto was holed up in his

  • Ill Yamamoto replaced by Klien for Singapore

    Sakon Yamamoto will not be driving in Singapore this weekend because he has food poisoning, HRT team boss Colin Kolles said before Friday's initial evening practice session. The Japanese driver, who due to his powerful Japanese sponsors

  • Mid-season review: HRT

    Financial struggles meant the formerly-named Campos Meta 1 team only scraped together at the last minute to make it to the grid in Bahrain, a monumental achievement in itself. Since then progress has been understandably slow, and other than a few

  • Hispania Racing to merge with Epsilon Euskadi?

    According to reports in Spain, there might be merger talks afoot between the struggling HRT team, and hopeful 2011 entrant Epsilon Euskadi. The news agency EFE said the latter's chief Joan Villadelprat is weighing up two options: the first

  • HRT should put me in 2010 race car - Klien

    Christian Klien could soon get a race at the wheel of the Spanish team HRT's 2010 car. Since Silverstone, Japanese test driver Sakon Yamamoto has been contesting grands prix for Hispania; first in Bruno Senna's car, and then in the

  • Chandhok to sit out Hockenheim for Yamamoto

    Sakon Yamamoto will return to the grid with HRT at Hockenheim next weekend, this time in the place of team regular Karun Chandhok. Last weekend at Silverstone, the new Spanish team replaced Bruno Senna with 28-year-old Japanese Yamamoto, who

  • Senna to return to HRT race seat in Germany

    Bruno Senna will return to the wheel of his HRT car at Hockenheim in two weeks. The new Spanish team has replaced the Brazilian at Silverstone with reserve driver Sakon Yamamoto, amid speculation the Japanese is better funded. But Senna, 26, is

  • Yamamoto to race Senna's HRT at Silverstone

    As Thursday evening fell at Silverstone, a rumour swept the paddock that Bruno Senna has been dropped by HRT. The speculation was treated with scepticism by some, given the Brazilian rookie's PR visit during the day to the nearby Cosworth

  • Monza could be Chandhok's last race with HRT

    Speculation persists that rookie Karun Chandhok could be set to lose his race seat at HRT. It was rumoured recently that the 26-year-old Indian's sponsor money is drying up, putting his job in danger even before the 2010 season is

  • HRT's Senna not worried about 107pc rule return

    Bruno Senna says he backs the reintroduction to formula one of a 107 per cent qualifying rule. The FIA has approved the return of the rule that in 2011 will exclude drivers who fail to qualify within 107 per cent of the pole sitter. It might

  • HRT, Sauber, play down driver lineup rumours

    The HRT and Sauber teams have moved to play down speculation that suggests their driver lineups may soon change. In recent days, reports have said Bruno Senna might be replaced at the new Spanish team HRT by the higher-paying Japanese reserve