Articles tagged with: Malaysia
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In a remarkable Malaysian Grand Prix, it was the out of shape Ferrari and Fernando Alonso that came through to take the victory – but only after holding off the Sauber of Sergio Pérez. After constantly changing weather conditions mixed up the running order, the Mexican should have won as he rapidly hauled in the Ferrari in the closing laps only for a mistake to send him wide and too far back to make a second challenge…
Headline, Malaysian GP, Qualifying »
Lewis Hamilton led McLaren’s second front-row lock-out as the Woking outfit continue to dominate qualifying. Can he reverse the fortunes of last weekend and convert that into victory? In a closely fought session, less than half a second separated the top five, impressive on a circuit with a lap time of over one and half minutes. ..
Free Practice Report, Headline, Malaysian GP »
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…
F1 Quiz, Malaysian GP »
I have a soft spot for the Malaysian Grand Prix – the long straights and sweeping bends have produced some great races and drama since it joined the calendar back in 1999 and that’s when it manages to remain dry. Here’s ten questions for you on past Malaysian Grand Prix … how much do you remember about them?
Grand Prix View, Malaysian GP, Race Preview »
A forward-looking city, Kuala Lumpur spearheaded South East Asia’s development in the 1990s and has, as its symbol of economic power, a dazzling twin-tower that is the tallest in the world. Away from the sheen of the Central Business District, KL feels more like Bangkok with its community of hawkers, markets and old Chinese and colonial mansions.