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European Grand Prix – 1 Lap Video

June 23, 2010

The European Grand Prix, Round 9 of the 2010 Formula One World Championship returns to the Valencia Street Circuit in Spain this coming weekend. The attached video from Red Bull gives the drivers perspective on what a lap of the challenging semi permanent street circuit is like. The Valencia Street Circuit is similar in some […]

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Barcelona Final Test – Summary

March 1, 2010

Mclaren were again the fastest team, setting fastest laps at both last weeks second Jerez test and again for the final test held at the Circuit De Catalunya just outside of Barcelona. Lewis Hamilton driving the McLaren MP4-25 on the last day in Barcelona set the fastest time for the week but as the following […]

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Jerez Second Test Round Up

February 21, 2010

Jenson Button ends up on top of the time charts in a weather dominated third test of the season and the second test at Jerez, following last weeks test with yet more unseasonably wet conditions during the first two days, severely hampering the teams testing programs. Those drivers that were testing during the first half […]

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Young USA F1 Hopefuls Test at Jerez

December 1, 2009

Today marks the first day of testing for a bunch of young motor-sports drivers who had earned the chance of a once in a lifetime F1 test at the Jerez circuit located in the Adalusia region of Spain. Among them were two young drivers from the U.S., Alexander Rossi and J.R. Hilderbrand. Rossi driving the BMW Sauber […]

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So What Makes A Good F1 Racing Circuit?

November 9, 2009

This question seems to be on the mind of AT&T Williams, Technical Director, Sam Michael. Talking about the changes made by the FIA in 2009 to try to improve the racing in F1, Michael made the following comments: “I think that clearly the changes” (in 2009) “made the cars easier to follow, however, there’s a […]

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Interlagos – Best Race of the Season

October 20, 2009

Why can’t all of the F1 races be as good as this weekends Grand Prix in Brazil? The penultimate race of the season was full of, incidents, close competition, inspired overtaking. Coupled with the drama surrounding the Drivers championship race between Barrichello, Button and Vettel with Button and Vettel starting way back on the grid, working their […]

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Williams F1 Dumps Toyota Engines for 2010

October 15, 2009

Yesterday Williams announced that it would no longer be using Toyota engines for the 2010 F1 season. In their press release Frank Williams, Team Principal thanked Toyota for supplying Engines to the team since 2007. “At a time of great difficulty for us as a team, Toyota stepped forward and agreed to supply us with […]

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Renault Lockout at Hungaroring Qualifying

July 25, 2009

After a confusing end to the third and final qualifying session of the Hungarian Grand Prix caused by the failure of the on track timing system Fenrnado Alonzo discovered that he had claimed his first pole position since 2007. Renault not only claimed pole position after the brilliant drive by Fernando Alonso, but also the […]

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Red Bull Finish 1, 2 at Nürburgring

July 13, 2009

The infamous weather at the Nürburgring was not a huge factor in the results with the forecasted rain holding off for the race. For the second time in the last two races Red Bull Racing dominated the field, with Webber having an outstanding day, completely out driving everyone else on track and easily claiming the […]

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German Grand Prix Qualifying – Many Firsts!!

July 11, 2009

The changeable weather at the Nürburgring lived up to its reputation during qualifying today creating challenging driving conditions and resulting in an unexpected grid with several new names making it through to the final 10. Mark Webber drove an outstanding qualifying lap in challenging conditions to claim his fist ever Pole position for Red Bull […]

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Max It’s About F1 – Not You!!!!

June 26, 2009

Just when we thought all the drama around the FIA and FOTA split had been put to bed, Max Mosely threatens to go back on the agreement reached in Paris this week during the World Motor Sport Council meeting. Max is throwing a tantrum over reported statements made by FOTA members that he was replaced […]

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