PUMA Motorsport News Archive

October 2010

  • The Korean thriller turned the F1 world championship upside down

    The Korean thriller turned the F1 world championship upside down

    October 25, 2010

    After it has been raining almost all day before the start, the chaotic premiere of Korea did not really get going until about an hour after the official start time. Thanks to the delays and round about 60 safety-car-minutes, the thrilling race ended under the dark sky of Yeongam with the 5th win of the season for PUMA supplied Scuderia Ferrari Malboro driver Fernando Alonso.

  • Fernando Alonso answers questions from our fans at facebook.com/pumamotorsport

    Fernando Alonso answers questions from our fans at facebook.com/pumamotorsport

    October 21, 2010

    After dominating the Grand Prix of Singapore in his unique manner, the two-time Formula One World Champion Fernando Alonso took the time to answer selected questions from our fans at facebook.com/pumamotorsport.

  • Stoner dominates his home race in Australia

    Stoner dominates his home race in Australia

    October 18, 2010

    Casey Stoner seems to be unbeatable at the Australian Grand Prix by dominating his home race a fourth season in a row. Leading from start to finish at Phillip Island, he took his third victory from the last four rounds of the MotoGP World Championship. That means that Stoner has led every MotoGP lap but one here at the Australian GP since 2007.

  • Super Sunday in Suzuka – PUMA rocks qualifying and podium within one day

    Super Sunday in Suzuka – PUMA rocks qualifying and podium within one day

    October 11, 2010

    After the qualifying of the Japanese Formula 1 GP has been delayed and delayed and delayed on Saturday, the FIA made the decision to postpone it to Sunday morning local time. Sebastian Vettel was coping best with this special situation and was starting from the pole position followed by his team-mate Mark Webber.

  • The Grand Prix of Japan heralds a thrilling season final

    The Grand Prix of Japan heralds a thrilling season final

    October 08, 2010

    Only 4 races to go still 5 drivers are able to win the Formula 1 Driver World Championship. Who will manage this thrilling competition best?

September 2010

  • Sebastian Vettel visits PUMA Singapore

    Sebastian Vettel visits PUMA Singapore

    September 24, 2010

    Before the hectic Night Grand Prix in Singapore Sebastian Vettel took some time to visit one of the PUMA Stores in Singapore.

  • Singapore at night – welcome to Formula 1’s only nightrace

    Singapore at night – welcome to Formula 1’s only nightrace

    September 23, 2010

    Two weeks ago, our PUMA supplied Formula 1 teams said goodbye to the European season by achieving a great result at Monza Grand Prix. But now it is time for an outstanding event with a character all of its own, the Singapore Grand Prix, Formula 1’s only night race.

  • Ducati MotoGP podium double in Aragón

    Ducati MotoGP podium double in Aragón

    September 20, 2010

    The PUMA supplied Ducati MotoGP Team celebrated a great victory and a podium double at Aragón yesterday.

  • Ferrari strike back at their home race in Monza with a great team performance

    Ferrari strike back at their home race in Monza with a great team performance

    September 13, 2010

    Great Weekend for the Puma supplied Scuderia Ferrari Malboro with a magnificent first place for Fernando Alonso in his first Grand Prix in Monza as a Ferraristi. This victory in the 81st Italian Grand Prix was the home success the Tifosi had been waiting for since 2006. On the fastest circuit of the Formula 1 season, the Spanish driver Fernando Alonso finished first with win number 24th in his entire Formula 1 career, while Felipe Massa came home third with his fourth podium appearance this season.
    With both drivers on the podium in their home race, Alonso and Massa keep the championship fight alive. Fernando Alonso is now is now in a good third place within striking distance to Lewis Hamilton and Marc Webber.