Archive for the ‘F1’ Category

4 Oct 2008: GP3 vs Formula Master: evidence of a house divided?

GP2 is launching a new support series entitled GP3. And Formula Master is also due to stage extra support races at 2009 F1 events. What’s going on?

4 Oct 2008: Donington planning process is on track

The UK’s race fans should find out by the end of this year whether Donington Park has cleared the planning permission hurdle it faces as part of its campaign to be ready to stage the 2010 British Grand Prix.

28 Sep 2008: F1: Singapore Grand Prix in six words

By rights there should be lengthy inquests at some team HQs following this race – not least Ferrari, Toyota and Red Bull. However, we’ve done a quick version. Read on…

28 Sep 2008: F1: Alonso masterclass humbles championship contenders

Fernando Alonso reminded everyone of the skills that won him two world championships with a majestic victory from 15th on the grid in Formula One’s inaugural Singapore Grand Prix.

28 Sep 2008: F1: Singapore Grand Prix live blog

It’s Sunday afternoon again – but things are a bit different this time around. Formula One is about to stage its first ever night race around the streets of Singapore.

27 Sep 2008: F1: Massa surges to first Singapore pole

Felipe Massa produced a stunning last-gasp qualifying lap to take the first-ever F1 night race pole position from Lewis Hamilton by six tenths of a second.

26 Sep 2008: F1: Alonso and Hamilton duel for top spot in Singapore practice

Lewis Hamilton set the pace for most of the first practice day on Singapore’s new street circuit – but his former team-mate Fernando Alonso had the last laugh with a late fast lap.

26 Sep 2008: Pimp my ride: McLaren’s Singapore surprise

The challenges of F1’s first-ever night race have forced McLaren to abandon the search for aerodynamic perfection and fit headlights to Lewis Hamilton’s MP4-23.

25 Sep 2008: Racing splits: F1’s nightmare scenario

BritsOnPole is taking a three-part look at splits in sport and what the effect would be on world open-wheel racing if F1 surrendered to the tensions that lead to civil war. In this final part, we examine what would be at stake should it happen.

24 Sep 2008: F1: Singapore Grand Prix preview

With F1 making headlines for all the wrong reasons again, with the debut Valencia street circuit proving a major disappointment and with weather forecasts predicting a potential washout, there’s a remarkable lack of occasion about the inaugural Singapore Grand Prix.

 
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