Posts Tagged ‘Felipe Massa’

7 Aug 2009: Through the photographers’ eyes: Triumphs and tragedies

The highs and lows of motor racing were put into stark contrast during July, and our latest round-up of the photography featured on Brits on Pole during the month catches the joy of victory, while reminding us of the price at which it can come.

4 Aug 2009: Remember Henry Surtees with a donation to Headway

John Surtees has said he hopes his son’s death will not be in vain and that safety lessons will be learned from the accident that killed him, possibly through a foundation in his son’s memory, as well as supporting the brain injury charity Headway.

26 Jul 2009: F1: Hamilton returns to winning ways

Lewis Hamilton returned to winning ways with a dominating victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix, while Kimi Raikkonen and Mark Webber survived post-race stewards’ investigations to secure second and third.

26 Jul 2009: F1: Hungarian Grand Prix liveblog

Well, we’ll all be sitting down to watch this race in a pretty sombre mood, with Felipe Massa in hospital with an awful head injury after being hit by debris from Rubens Barrichello’s car in the second session of qualifying yesterday.

25 Jul 2009: F1: Felipe Massa in intensive care after qualifying accident

Formula One veered from near tragedy to total farce during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix as Felipe Massa’s narrow escape from death by flying debris was followed by a timing failure that left puzzled drivers comparing their performances to see who had won pole.

3 Jun 2009: F1: Istanbul race is Massa’s – or Ferrari’s – to lose

If it’s the Turkish Grand Prix then the man with the heavy weight of expectation on his shoulders must be Jens… No, wait, it’s Felipe Massa.

10 May 2009: F1: Spanish Grand Prix liveblog

Jenson Button on pole. Sebastian Vettel on the front row looking to make up for his qualifying mistake. Barrichello and Massa on row two with something to prove. Rain forecast. No wonder the pole-sitter has predicted first-corner mayhem.

19 Apr 2009: F1: Red Bull come of age in Shanghai showers

For the second season running, Sebastian Vettel has delivered his team their maiden victory with a stylish and composed wet weather drive, this time leading home a Red Bull 1-2 ahead of Mark Webber in China.

4 Apr 2009: F1: Button holds off Trulli for Malaysian pole

Another Sunday, another pole position for Jenson Button as he fended off Jarno Trulli and dominated the rest of the field to set the fastest time in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

3 Apr 2009: F1: Ferrari show up for Malaysia practice

Ferrari appear to have found the magic petrol can if their performance in the two Malaysian Grand Prix practice sessions today is anything to go by.

 
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