PUMA Motorsport News Archive

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August 2011

  • Ferrari Logo Tee

    Ferrari Logo Tee

    August 17, 2011

    Introducing the Ferrari Logo Tee...

  • Alex Hofmann: Brno Round Up

    Alex Hofmann: Brno Round Up

    August 15, 2011

    The eleventh round of the MotoGP championship in Brno, Czech Republic may have ended with a walkover for Honda’s championship leader Casey Stoner, but the outcome was in doubt before the start of the 22-lap race after Dani Pedrosa again proved the fastest rider out there.

  • Czech MotoGP: The PUMA Perspective

    Czech MotoGP: The PUMA Perspective

    August 12, 2011

    MotoGP’s two-week summer break may have been all to brief, but it certainly served its purpose. The air in the Brno paddock as the teams decamped ahead of this weekend’s Czech Republic Grand Prix was relaxed, with the lush green forests surrounding Brno’s Masaryk circuit adding further calm to proceedings.

  • PUMA Future Cat Remix Scuderia Ferrari Sneaker

    PUMA Future Cat Remix Scuderia Ferrari Sneaker

    August 08, 2011

    Check out an old classic remixed – it’s our raciest sneaker yet!!

  • F1 Summer Break: The PUMA Perspective

    F1 Summer Break: The PUMA Perspective

    August 05, 2011

    Formula 1 fans will have to do without their fixes until end-August as per an agreement originally proposed a decade ago by Eddie Jordan, who campaigned for a (European) summer break during which F1 personnel could spend quality time with family, loved ones and friends. Thus was born the concept of a two-part season, with MotoGP and the World Rally Championship quickly following suit.

  • Hungarian Grand Prix: The PUMA Perspective

    Hungarian Grand Prix: The PUMA Perspective

    August 02, 2011

    Amid all the podium celebrations in Hungary it was easy to overlook one very simple, yet telling, statistic: Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso scored more points out of the past four races than any other driver. Having placed second, first, second and third in Valencia, Britain, Germany and Hungary respectively, the 2005/6 champion took home 76 points versus the 73 of reigning champion and points’ leader Sebastian Vettel, and the 55 of the German’s Red Bull Racing team-mate, and current runner-up, Mark Webber.

July 2011

  • Eddie Jordan: Budapest Preview

    Eddie Jordan: Budapest Preview

    July 29, 2011

    After that scintillating race in Germany the big question is whether the Hungarian Grand Prix can deliver the same again. There we had a world-class show, with Lewis Hamilton shrugging aside all the criticism he has endured since Monza last year to win from Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber.

  • Laguna Seca MotoGP: The PUMA Perspective

    Laguna Seca MotoGP: The PUMA Perspective

    July 22, 2011

    At one stage MotoGP enjoyed an on-off relationship with the USA, but motorcycling’s premier championship is now firmly entrenched in the Land of the Free, with the country now boasting two grands prix annually, the first of which is scheduled for this weekend in Laguna Seca outside Monterey, California.

  • Eddie Jordan: Silverstone Preview

    Eddie Jordan: Silverstone Preview

    July 08, 2011

    Here we are at Silverstone, a place I really love even if the sun seemingly seldom shines, mid-summer or not. I came to Britain from Ireland in the early seventies, and the one thing that struck me is that people around here have racing in their blood.