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Headline, Testing »

[8 Feb 2013 | 2 Comments | 4,416 views]
Testing Fact File: Jerez Test

A round-up of the first week of testing at the Circuito de Jerez where Felipe Massa set the pace but Sauber had perhaps the most productive week, racking up 430 laps over their four days, an impressive 252 of them by Esteban Gutiérrez on his debut…

Free Practice Report, Headline, Malaysian GP »

[23 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 906 views]
McLaren Sets the Pace in Malaysia

McLaren continued from where they left off in Australia as Lewis Hamilton topped the time sheets in both of the day’s practice sessions. Team mate Jenson Button was not far away although his day was plagued by mechanical issues. However, with the rest of the weekend forecast to be wet, today’s dry laps may have limited use…

Car Launch, Headline »

[3 Feb 2012 | 5 Comments | 3,857 views]
Will F2012 be Ferrari’s Year?

Hot on the heels of McLaren comes the launch of Ferrari’s F2012; although they’ll be hoping the reverse is true when they hit the track. Given the team’s high standards, last year was a disappointing campaign and therefore Ferrari have taken an aggressive approach to designing this year’s charger with much of the car revised. However, with accusations that it is ugly, the pressure is on for the F2012 to justify its looks.

Headline, Indian GP, Race Reaction »

[30 Oct 2011 | 7 Comments | 1,954 views]
Vettel Wins Inaugural Indian Grand Prix

F1 may be visiting a new circuit but once again it was a Red Bull which took the plaudits with Sebastian Vettel claiming victory in Greater Noida; his eleventh win of the season and 21st in total. Not content with adding another win to his growing list of records, the German added fastest lap and most laps lead in a single season to his list of achievements, taking the latter record from Nigel Mansell who had held it since 1992…

Free Practice Report, Headline, Indian GP »

[28 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 891 views]
Formula One Takes to the Stage in India

Karun Chandhok set the first timed lap of the Buddh International Circuit but it was Ferrari’s Felipe Massa who set the day’s quickest time – his 1 minute 25.706 already well inside predicted lap times. Lewis Hamilton set the pace in the morning session but picked up a three-place grid penalty, along with Sergio Pérez, for not slowing down sufficiently for waved yellow flags. Unsurprisingly, Red Bull also look strong as Sebastian Vettel went second fastest in both sessions.

Personal musings, Singapore GP »

[4 Oct 2011 | 3 Comments | 1,699 views]
There’s Something Missing From F1…

While the Championship battle has been nothing to shout about, 2011 has undoubtedly produced some great races. Yet, there seems to be something missing from this season. That extra ingredient that adds a dash of spice to Formula One… a juicy does of controversy.