Formula one, 2001 season German Grand Prix at Hockenheim: Teams and Personnel: the jpoc report
Toyota continued to complain that they were being shunned by the other teams in the run up to their F1 entry in 2002. Then, in a move that hardly seemd likely to do anything to change that situation, they announced that they were going to ignore the winter testing ban as it didn't apply to them as new boys.
Following on from the announcement that Jean Todt would step down as Ferrari F1 team boss, the team's parent comapny announced that he would take responsbility for motorsport activities at Maserati which, like Ferrari is also owned by FIAT. Questions as to when he would take up this role, how much time it would require and the identity of the motorsport arena in which Maserati would compete were unanswered thus prompting a flurry of speculation.
|The whole 2001 season||All the races and the behind the scenes games|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Who drives what?|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Which engine goes where?|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Circuit developments|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Business and politics|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Setting the scene|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Practice and qualifying|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||The starting grid|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Race report|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Results|
|German GP at Hockenheim July 29th||Championship standings after the race|