Dario Franchitti What is left to say about Dario Franchitti? A third title and a second Indy 500 win added much to the reputation of the popular Scot. Despite trailing Will Power for the length of the season, a steady string of podiums, including wins at Mid-Ohio and Chicagoland were enough to overhaul the Penske … Continue reading 2010 IZOD IndyCar Season Review
Several weeks ago, I posted a review of Formula 1's Championship challengers. Now, as the New Year bell's approach, it's about time that I finally get to the rest of the field.
Something that I came across the other day that really caught my eye was this fabulous homage to the Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix.
Edoardo Mortara wrapped up a perfect Macau weekend with victory in the Sunday morning feature race.
Edoardo Mortara cruised to an easy victory at Macau in this morning Formula 3 qualifying race.
The 2010 Korea Super Prix has been cancelled, with the activation of Force Majeure being cited as a reason.
After playing a staring role in the wet Italian Grand Prix in 2008, there was little doubt that the young German would eventually be Formula 1 World Champion. While the skills required to take the ultimate prize needed time to bed in and take shape, the talent was certainly present.
Sebastian Vettel drove the absolutely perfect race to win at the Yas Marina circuit and become the youngest ever Formula 1 World Champion, but Ferrari did their best to make it easy for the 23-year-old. Indeed, one could argue that Fernando Alonso’s battle was lost before the erroneous pitstop.
Free Practice 3 For the second session this weekend, Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel topped the timing sheets in Saturday afternoon practice; Vettel only secured the practice honours by 0.133 of-a-second over his Australian teammate, Mark Webber. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton suffered from overheating rear tyres under the afternoon sun – it did not stop the former … Continue reading 2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina, Round 19, November 13th)
Not content with bashing regular folk when they have the chance, British tabloid nonsense peddler, the Daily Mail, went on the warpath today against one of motorsports true gents.
In what was a largely quite morning session at the Yas Marina circuit, Sebastian Vettel fired the first shot across the bow of the Championship contenders. The 23-year-old Red Bull driver clocked up a fastest lap of 1:42.760 – a stunning 0.6 of-a-second faster than 2nd fastest Lewis Hamilton.
And then it came to the final race… After eighteen races in the 2010 Formula World Championship, four drivers still stand with a mathematical chance of taking the crown.
And so it goes to Abu Dhabi. After eighteen races, the Championship will be decided at the final turn at the plush Yas Marina circuit thanks to a stellar driver from Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.
Free Practice 3 A wet and overcast morning greeted Saturday practice at Interlagos, with some overnight rain leaving the circuit sodden. Initially Nico Hulkenberg set the early pace in his Williams, but was eventually topped by title challengers Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso. However, by the end of the sixty minutes, it was the Renault … Continue reading 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos, Round 18, November 6th)
In the searing Sao Paulo sun, the Red Bull pair of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber led the standings in the opening day of the weekend.
How quickly it all changes... With only two races remaining in this stunning Formula 1 season, the pendulum has swung once more in favour of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso. Victory in Yeongam at the inaugural Korean Grand Prix gave the Spaniard a late lead in the World Championship standings, despite being virtually out of it following … Continue reading Mark Webber Drives the Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Earlier, DTM driver Alexander Prémat had a very lucky escape at Adria Raceway. As the pack crossed the start / finish line, the Frenchman was touched into a spin only to collect the full force of the barriers and be catapulted into a series of violent barrel rolls that tore much of Audi A4 apart. … Continue reading Alexander Prémat
It took a while - a long while in fact, but despite delay after delay after delay, the inaugural Korean Grand Prix eventually ran its course. Eventually, after running for 2 hours and 48 minutes, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso crossed the chequered flag to take not only the race win, but the lead in the Championship … Continue reading 2010 Korean Grand Prix (Yeongam, Round 17, Oct 24th)
Cool and dry was the order of the day come Saturday morning at Yeongam for the start of the second day at the inaugural Korean Grand Prix.
It was very close, but the Korean International Circuit was just about ready as cars hit the track for first practice on Friday morning. As expected, the Yeongam circuit was covered in a shroud of dust and dirt, making it difficult for the teams and drivers to get set-up absolutely right and set representative times.