Archive for the ‘Race series’ Category

7 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren to face the FIA music

McLaren has been summoned to appear before the World Motorsport Council at the end of March to explain its employees’ actions in misleading race stewards following the Australian Grand Prix.

7 Apr 2009: F1: Brawn says Button will raise his game still further

Here’s a reminder, as if one were needed, that Ross Brawn didn’t just win seven world championships with Michael Schumacher by accident.

7 Apr 2009: F1: Khan on parade for demonstration in Dubai

Adam Khan is to visit Dubai later this month – to take the opportunity of getting behind the wheel of a Renault Formula One car.

6 Apr 2009: IRL: So close for Wilson as win slips away

Justin Wilson came agonisingly close to scoring one of the all-time great underdog victories in the IndyCar season opener at St Petersburg, dominating much of the race but losing the lead at a late restart.

5 Apr 2009: Indy Lights: Strous shows fellow rookies how to win

Junior Strous won both races of the Firestone Indy Lights season-opening double header on the Streets of St Petersburg, while the five-strong crop of British rookies suffered a torrid introduction to American open-wheel racing.

5 Apr 2009: F1: And finally… it’s the Brits on Pole ebook

We’ve been threatening this for a while – and finally it has come to pass. The Brits on Pole ebook, which is a complete record of our coverage of the 2008 Formula One season, is ready at last. Find out how to get your free copy.

5 Apr 2009: F1: Button splashes to victory in Malaysia

Jenson Button won his second consecutive race behind a safety car as Formula One’s attempt to defy the rain gods and run an evening race in the Malaysian monsoon season ended in farce.

5 Apr 2009: GP2: Podium for Jakes in Malaysia

James Jakes traded his third place on the Malaysia GP2 Asia grid for a podium in the feature race, but fell early victim to monsoon condition in the sprint and crashed out.

5 Apr 2009: F1: McLaren’s problems are far from over

The Malaysian Grand Prix weekend might be drawing to a close, but there seems to still be plenty of trouble in store for McLaren.

5 Apr 2009: F1: Malaysian Grand Prix live blog

Here we are again, just where we hoped we’d never be again after last year – waiting for a race to start so it will wipe away the bitter taste of off-track shenanigans. Malaysia today. Will the weather decide everything?

 
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