Category: Race series
F1: Bahrain Grand Prix liveblog 2010
Welcome to the first race of the 2010 Formula One season. And it should be an interesting one.
IndyCars: Sato to walk in Clark’s shoes as Lotus returns to Indy
Almost four decades after the glory days of Jim Clark and Colin Chapman, the famous green and yellow of Lotus will return to the Indianapolis 500 thanks to a deal with KV Racing to field Takuma Sato for this IndyCar season.Categorised under: Archive, IndyCar SeriesTagged as: Colin Chapman, IndyCar Series, Jim Clark, KV Racing, Lotus, Takuma Sato
F1: The British boffins powering Ferrari past the refuelling ban
On the eve of Jenson Button’s championship defence, we look at how the scientists at the Shell Technology Centre in Thornton, Chester, are working with Ferrari to show him a clean pair of heels.Tagged as: Ferrari, Lisa Lilley, Shell Motorsport, videos
Superleague: James Walker takes on champion’s mantle at Liverpool FC
Liverpool FC is to defend its Superleague Formula championship with a British driver at the wheel – in the shape of Jersey-born Formula Renault 3.5 graduate James Walker.Categorised under: Archive, Superleague FormulaTagged as: James Walker, Liverpool FC, Superleague Formula
F1: Red Bull’s Vettel on pole as Button struggles with car
Sebastian Vettel has thrown down the gauntlet to four world champions with his thrilling curtain-raiser at the Sakhir Circuit in Bahrain today, after parking his Red Bull neatly on pole and challenging the rest of the field to catch him – if they can.
F2: Jolyon Palmer back to build on late-season success
In one of the least surprising driver announcements of the pre-season, 19-year-old Jolyon Palmer is to drive for a second season in Formula Two – the championship run by his father Jonathan.Tagged as: Dean Smith, Formula Two, Jolyon Palmer, Jonathan Palmer, Ollie Hancock
F1: Paffett gets four-race call-up in McLaren’s reserve slot
McLaren has confirmed that British DTM star and long-time tester Gary Paffett will be acting as its reserve driver for the first four races of the season – until his own racing season starts.Tagged as: Formula One, Gary Paffett, McLaren
F1: 2010 Bahrain GP preview – no-one knows anything about anyone at all
Friday practice in Bahrain taught little about the prospects of the 12 F1 teams that will take to the grid on Sunday as mechanical problems kept some drivers off the track for all or most of the day, while others were testing different strategies that could not be directly compared.
F1: User guide to the Bahrain Grand Prix 2010
Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know.