McLaren, Sauber and Toyota's Friday round-up
Kimi Raikkonen , David Coulthard , Cristiano da Matta, Olivier Panis , Giancarlo Fisichella and Felipe Massa give their views ..... We just have to keep working and see what happens." Olivier Panis (13th - 1:15.538): "Unfortunately the grand
Panis is 'absolutely fine'
Olivier Panis has declared himself fit and healthy following his huge accident during Thursday's test session at the Circuit de Catalunya, outside Barcelona.
Another huge crash at Barcelona sees Panis in hospital
Olivier Panis is the second driver in two days to be taken to a Barcelona hospital after suffering a huge accident during this week's Spanish test session.
Panis refuses to elaborate on Toyota's pit-stop blunders
Olivier Panis has, wisely, refused to elaborate on his marvellous Gallic remonstrations to his Toyotateam during the Malaysian GP.
French hopes raised of a long-awaited F1 podium
probably too young to care the last time a French driver won a Formula One race. That was back in May 1996, when Olivier Panis won in Monaco. Vergne was only 6 years old, two months younger than Charles Pic. But Pic, Vergne and 25-year
Coulthard Dominates In Barcelona
Pablo Montoya was fourth quickest ahead of Toyota's Olivier Panis and McLaren's Alex Wurz. Heinz-Harald Frentzen ..... Juan Pablo Montoya Williams 1:16.828 39 laps5. Olivier Panis Toyota 1:17.066 34 laps6. Alex Wurz McLaren 1
Qualifying One: Montoya leads Sauber duo
Felipe Massa then backed this up with a 1:15.771 Olivier Panis 's 1:16.168 jumped him ahead of Michael Schumacher ..... the grid, slotting in front of Raikkonen but behind Olivier Panis with a 1:16.212 lap. His team-mate, Christian
Fri Practice: Webber Leads A Reduced French Field
GA, a 1:28.681, but was 1.766 seconds off Webber's pace. David Coulthard was seventh for McLaren, while Olivier Panis ' 1:28.773 put him in eighth place. The Toyota driver will be looking for a good result here this weekend, as
Renault Ban Button From Testing BAR
prevented from running. Renault's actions are in stark contract to British American Racing who immediately released Olivier Panis to test for Toyota. BAR boss David Richards tried to make light of the situation and pointed out that Button was only
Davidson stakes his claim with a P1 at Monza
some brake testing and aero work in readiness for the Italian GP here in September." Toyota duo Ricardo Zonta and Olivier Panis were next in line, and were the last two drivers to get within a second of the day's P1 time. They amassed 185