Formula 1 world back to work after August shutdown
22 August, 2012
Aug.22 (GMM) The world of Formula One has returned to work after a two week enforced break and with a week to go before the circus sets up camp at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit for the Belgian GP.
Spain’s Mundo Deportivo reports that, still in the midst of a rare month-long gap between Hungary and Belgium, most teams have now re-opened their doors following the 14-day factory shutdown.
Caterham staff have a brand new home, after moving into the former Arrows and Super Aguri facility at Leafield.
Spanish journalist Raymond Blacafort says that Fernando Alonso is back from a jet-skiing vacation.
The Spaniard returned to Ferrari’s Maranello headquarters on Tuesday for a sequence of meetings and a session in the driver simulator.
The forthcoming Belgian and Italian Grands Prix, at two fabled circuits – Spa and Monza respectively, are the last European races for 2012. They will be staged back-to-back.
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