RomainGrosjean says he is stunned by the decision of top F1 driver Fernando Alonso to compete in Indianapolis 500 instead of partaking in the Monaco Grand Prix. Though they are rivals, he said if he were in a position to stop it he would.

The McLaren-Honda racer said he wanted to race in Indianapolis 500, leaving many surprised as the timing clashed with the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix. Grosjean claimed the race was “great” but he was not interested in the fabled competition.

“When you’re 100 percent involved in a team, I don’t want to miss a grand prix, especially Monaco where so much can happen and you don’t necessarily need a good engine. So I’m pretty surprised. It’s good if that’s what he wants to do, but honestly, I’m surprised that it’s happening,” he said. Read more


Nico Rosberg has said that his perspective on life has changed greatly.

He recently said on Friday that there was more to life than driving round in circles. He also hinted he would love to invest in electric cars – after his shock retirement announcement.

Rosberg who announced his retirement on December, only five days after winning the world title, talked about his plans which include spending more time with his wife and daughter plus doing more charity work.

“Life has more to offer than driving round in circles,” the 31-year old German told the audience at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, where high class individuals gathered.

He had plans to hit the slopes after a long, legally enforced absence just for leisure.

“It’s 11 years since I’ve been skiing because it’s in my contract as a racer you’re not allowed to ski,” Rosberg said.

“I will give something back in some way or another”, adding that as a first move, “I’m going to go to Germany to visit children who are quite ill,” he added.

Roseberg is also looking into investment opportunities. “There are so many possibilities… electrical cars, for example,” he said. Read more


SérgioSetteCâmaraafter recently signing with MP Motorsport, will move by 2017 into the GP2 Series and will be debuting with the team at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi, during the post season test.

The Brazilian who also hopes to be competing in the Formula 1 soon enough, moves up to the GP2 series having spent just two seasons in the FIA European Formula 3 Championship.

What is however unclear is if the eighteen year old would be retaining his place within the Red Bull Junior Team. Talking about his new big jump, SetteCâmara had this to say,

“I am extremely happy to announce that next year I will be competing in the GP2 Series,”

“It is a very competitive category with sensational cars.

“The teams are very professional, and all drivers are very fast and talented. It is a big step in relation to F3 on a platform where I can learn a lot; I can’t wait to sit in the car and start to push.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to compete with the team and I hope soon I can get closer to my trajectory towards F1.” Read more