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25 Apr 2009: F1: Toyota take their turn in the sun at Bahrain

Toyota will try to become the third team this season to take its debut victory with a 1-2 finish after Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock secured the front row in qualifying for tomorrow’s Bahrain Grand Prix.

25 Apr 2009: Opinion: why there’s more to racing than marble and gold taps

Anyone watching qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix was advised to do so on an empty stomach – or risk extreme nausea from all the hype about the facilities and the hero-worship of the region’s money.

24 Apr 2009: F1: User guide to the Bahrain Grand Prix

Following the racing this weekend? Here’s all you need to know, including a weather report, broadcast times and a circuit guide – happy reading.

24 Apr 2009: F1: Form book back to normal in the desert?

There may be sand on the track, drivers and teams may be in a jetlagged no man’s land between Asian and European time zones – but at least the weather is predictable.

24 Apr 2009: F1: Could a new British team soon be racing?

Just as McLaren teeters on the edge of being shown the door out of F1, we learn that at least two other British teams are weighing up the pros and cons of entry.

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.

21 Apr 2009: Winslow secures open-wheel US deal

James Winslow has got himself a three-race open-wheel drive in the United States with a team that could potentially provide a promotion to the Indy Racing League.

 
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