Archive for the ‘F1’ Category

15 Apr 2010: F1: Chinese Grand Prix preview – settling down for a long run in Shanghai

What with all the growing excitement over next weekend’s London Marathon, we can’t help but feel that the Formula One field goes into this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix looking like nothing so much as the opening stages of the nation’s most popular footslog.

4 Apr 2010: F1: Vettel wins as Red Bull finally beats its gremlins

Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix by jumping from third to first at the start, relegating team-mate Mark Webber to an afternoon of staring at his gearbox as the Red Bulls conquered their reliability problems to take a dominant 1-2.

4 Apr 2010: F1: Malaysian Grand Prix liveblog 2010

It’s race day in Malaysia, and this time it’s Mark Webber’s turn to see if a pole-sitting Red Bull car can make it to the chequered flag without breaking. Stick with us as we live-blog the action, leave comments or find us on Twitter as @britsonpole. Hit refresh to see the latest below this line.

3 Apr 2010: F1: Webber surfs to pole in Malaysia as rivals flounder

In a qualifying contest full of guesses and second guesses it was Mark Webber who took the last and best gamble, putting his Red Bull convincingly on pole by using intermediate tyres when no-one else dared risk anything other than wets.

2 Apr 2010: F1: Hamilton grabs the initiative in Malaysia practice

Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets for McLaren in both sessions of practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix today after clocking a time nearly three-tenths of a second in advance of Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.

1 Apr 2010: F1: User guide to the Malaysian Grand Prix 2010

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

1 Apr 2010: F1: How rain is saving the season start from being a washout

Last year’s Malaysian Grand Prix saw the drivers rained off the track little more than halfway through the race and awarded half points for their efforts. And this year, by all accounts, we’re probably in for another downpour.

28 Mar 2010: The return of Lotus in photos: F1, IndyCar and Renault World Series

For years, the iconic British Racing Green and yellow colours of Lotus were visible only in history books, classic race car rallies and the dusty memories of nostalgic fans – but this year they’re back with a vengeance.

28 Mar 2010: F1: Button wins in Australia as Vettel fails and Hamilton fumes

Jenson Button took his first victory for McLaren in an incident-filled Australian Grand Prix thanks to a mechanical failure for chief rival Sebastian Vettel and a bravely-timed tyre change that left the rest of the field standing.

28 Mar 2010: F1: Australian Grand Prix liveblog 2010

Can Sebastian Vettel snatch defeat from the jaws of victory again this weekend? Follow our minute-by-minute liveblog and see.

 
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