Archive for the ‘F1’ Category

23 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren’s sponsors ask for tolerance

Commercial and sporting interests are set to collide head-on when McLaren is summoned to the FIA courtroom to answer five charges of lying to stewards at the Australian Grand Prix.

23 Apr 2009: British GP doomed as Wheatcroft sues Gillett for return of Donington lease?

The death-blow to Donington Park’s hopes of staging the British Grand Prix may have been struck today – by circuit owner Tom Wheatcroft, suing Simon Gillett’s company for nearly £2.5 million in unpaid rent.

23 Apr 2009: Fantasy F1: Subdued start for Brits on Pole

And they’re off… the third race of the 2009 season was the first that counted towards the season total in our fantasy F1 league. Unfortunately it was not a stunning one for Brits on Pole.

21 Apr 2009: Davidson misses out on Nissan GT-R drive

Those people hoping to see former F1 driver Anthony Davidson back behind the wheel could be set for disappointment after two potential opportunites have failed to materialise.

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.

19 Apr 2009: F1: Chinese Grand Prix liveblog

Three races into the season and we’re back in China already – where it’s raining and all bets about tyre strategies are off. The engine to have in qualifying was the Renault, with the Red Bulls and Fernando Alonso up the front – but the Brawns are lurking dangerously. Follow it live here.

18 Apr 2009: F1: Rivals run light to dislodge Button from pole

Brawn GP’s rivals have finally managed to dislodge Jenson Button from pole – but at the cost of running so light you could practically pick their cars up and walk away with them.

17 Apr 2009: F1: Battle of the Brits in Shanghai Friday practice

Improvements to Lewis Hamilton’s car could see him back among the front-runners in Shanghai, as he gave Jenson Button a run for his money in today’s Shanghai practice session.

17 Apr 2009: F1: User guide to the Chinese Grand Prix

Following the racing at Shanghai this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.

17 Apr 2009: F1: Chinese Grand Prix preview

Was it only six months ago that the Formula One roadshow arrived at Shanghai, with fans of both Ferrari and McLaren on the edge of their seats, wondering whether Felipe Massa or Lewis Hamilton would be able to decide the championship?

 
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