Constructorial Angst: Spyker Weighs in on Independently-Sourced F1 Cars

The men in orange have joined the chorus against Super Aguri and Toro Rosso scoring constructors' points for using chassis sourced from Honda and Red Bull. In some ways, from a small team like Spyker, the point of view is understandable. Why should other teams be able to buy derivative chassis when they've committed… »2/05/07 6:45pm2/05/07 6:45pm

Things Far From Super Over at Aguri: F1 Says 'No' to Japanese F1 Team

Aguri Suzuki's new F1 team was handed a whopping bitch-slap by the FIA the team's application to run the 2006 series has been denied. While no reason was given, it's rumored that the Super Aguri team has failed to come up with the $48 million bond required to compete. The team, which was in talks to buy four-year old… »12/01/05 12:38pm12/01/05 12:38pm

Arrowed! Super Aguri F1 Team to Buy Aged Cars From Minardi?

The new Japanese Formula One crew on the Block, Aguri Suzuki's modestly-billed Super Aguri F1 team, are in negotiations with former Minardi honcho Paul Stoddart to purchase five Arrows cars that Stoddart picked up when Arrows took that final bite outta the big one in 2003. Minardi experimented with the cars, having… »11/23/05 1:24pm11/23/05 1:24pm