Lotus F1 team signs timing partner - 13 May 2013
The Lotus Formula One team has announced Richard Mille as its new official timing partner, replacing fellow watch company TW Steel who switched to the Force India team over the winter. read more
Ferrari and Williams are the latest Formula One teams to reveal new commercial deals, as a busy winter enters its final stages ahead of the season opener in Australia in March. Ferrari has agreed a sponsorship deal with UPS, while the Williams construction team has signed a new partnership with Experian and extended its relationship with existin… read more
Weichai Power, a Chinese manufacturer, has been revealed as Ferrari’s first Chinese sponsor in a four year deal through to 2016, as part of the Formula One team’s strategy to grow its brand in China. The team also announced the extension of three existing deals with sponsors who have all upgraded their partnership with Ferrari. read more
Premium automotive brand, Infiniti, and Red Bull Racing, the three-time Formula One Constructors’ World Champions, have announced a comprehensive extension of their partnership originally established in March 2011. The partnership will involve the team name changing to Infiniti Red Bull Racing, with Infiniti also named as the major technica… read more
The Singapore Grand Prix will remain part of Formula One’s race calendar for a further five years after a deal was announced that will see the government bear responsibility for 60% of the $122m (R1.01bn/£75.37m) cost of staging the race. read more
One always wants to play for the Boks and it will always be my goal to play there. But at the moment it's a bit tough, because the coach's game plan is a bit different.
Heinrich Brüssow is still eager to play for his country despite being left out of Heyneke Meyer's squad.