Posts Tagged ‘Formula One’

5 May 2010: F1: Jenson Button – Frometown hero

As far as one small Somerset town is concerned, Jenson Button is the ultimate local boy made good – and yesterday it celebrated by greeting him in style and awarding him its highest civic honour.

18 Apr 2010: F1: Button and Hamilton shoulder Red Bull aside for 1-2 win

Jenson Button got the tyres right in the rain again and turned his third-row start at today’s Chinese Grand Prix into his second win of the season, ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

18 Apr 2010: F1: Chinese Grand Prix liveblog 2010

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel is the only game in town this morning – will Shanghai be the venue of his finally managing to translate a commanding track performance into an equally dominant position in the world championship standings?

17 Apr 2010: F1: Red Bull take rivals for a ride in Shanghai

Red Bull kept its streak of qualifying on pole at every race this season alive after Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber locked out the front row for the Chinese Grand Prix, ahead of Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg.

15 Apr 2010: F1: No Prodrive or Lola entries for 2011

Prodrive has stated its intention of concentrating on the World Rally Championship and sportscar racing next year, explicitly ruling out the possibility of a F1 entry.

15 Apr 2010: F1: User guide to the Chinese Grand Prix 2010

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

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.

6 Apr 2010: Festival of Speed to have Italian theme – and extra ‘motor show’ day

This year’s Festival of Speed will have an Italian theme, according to organisers, with the July weekend event set to focus on that country’s passion for motorsport.

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.

 
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