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HP today announced a two year partnership with the ING Renault F1 team.  The announcement was made at the launch of Renault’s new car, the R29, at Renault’s office in Paris.

Innovation, technology and performance are key criteria that both companies share and are critical to the success in the worlds of Formula 1 and technology.  HP supplies highly reliable, performance-engineered products and solutions to support the racing stable on its course to victory…. More info

Apart from being one of the most amazing 3D animations I’ve seen in a while, this Formula 1 2009 video shows how the new KERS works, a kinetic-to-electric-energy system that allows for speed jumps.

KERS is short for Kinetic Energy Recovery System, an ingenious mechanical device …  More info

The introduction of Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) in Formula One remains one of the hottest topics of debate in the build-up to the new season.

Arguments have raged for months about the development costs of the devices, whether they will be safe and what difference they will make to the racing.

So having heard from the teams, wanted to gauge what FIA president Max Mosley thought of KERS when he met a few journalists for a pre-season chat. Here are his thoughts….  More info

One of the figures behind the prospective American Formula One team has stated that plans for USF1 are well and truly under way, with a formal announcement expected later this month.

Ken Anderson, one of the two principals of USF1, has told The Charlotte Observer that the team will be based in the American city, adding that “95% of what you might have seen” about the plans is true.

“We are looking at a couple of buildings in Charlotte, including one in the University area,” he said…  More info


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