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Safety, Video »

[19 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 1,654 views]
Hamilton versus Rosberg and Seatbelts

In the first of a series of Grand Prix Insights, Mercedes AMG engineer Aldo Costa demonstrates seatbelt technology. Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go head-to-head in a friendly competition to settle the question: “who really is faster?” although a stewards inquiry may be in order.

Headline, Qualifying, Singapore GP »

[22 Sep 2012 | 2 Comments | 1,180 views]
Stats from Marina Bay Qualifying

Lewis Hamilton clinched pole in dominant fashion, the McLaren driver’s time of 1 minute 46.362 seconds almost half a second ahead of Williams’ Pastor Maldonado who takes the second front-row slot. Only the controversial 2008 running of the Singapore Grand Prix has failed to have been won from pole position and leaves Hamilton in prime position…

Headline, Italian GP, Race Strategy »

[9 Sep 2012 | 5 Comments | 5,336 views]
Italian GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Lewis Hamilton won the Italian Grand Prix in dominant fashion, although Jenson Button’s retirement denied McLaren an even better day. Still, Red Bull saw both cars fail to finish so there was little room for complaint. The nearly universal strategy was to one-stop, starting out on the softer, medium-compound…

Headline, Italian GP, Qualifying »

[8 Sep 2012 | One Comment | 1,965 views]
Stats from Monza Qualifying

McLaren locked out the front row for the Italian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton pipped Jenson Button to pole with a time of 1 minute 24.010 seconds. Felipe Massa’s third place, however, underlined Ferrari’s potential but team mate Fernando Alonso had to settle for tenth when mechanical problems curtailed his session. The Spaniard had gone quickest in both Q1 and Q2…

Headline, History »

[3 Aug 2012 | 9 Comments | 18,222 views]
F1 Tales: I Hope Nobody Saw That

You might think a driver with Michael Schumacher’s experience would be able to remember where he was parked just minutes ago but alas, as they formed the grid in Hungary, it wasn’t the case. It’s far from the first time it has happened but then maybe the seven times World Champion missed all the fun from his usual position up at the sharp end of the grid. And the grid is just the starting point for drivers to find themselves in embarrassing situations…

Headline, Hungarian GP, Race Strategy »

[29 Jul 2012 | 11 Comments | 3,761 views]
Hungarian GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Having gone quickest during free practice and qualifying, Lewis Hamilton completed the job with a dominant victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Lotus tried to put the McLaren driver under pressure, first in the form of Romain Grosjean before Kimi Raikkonen had his chance in the closing stages as the strategy unfolded. In truth, though, Hamilton seldom looked troubled.