This week's Hungarian Grand Prix will mark four years since Jaime Alguersuari became the youngest ever driver in the Formula One World Championship. Now pushing two years since he was drop-kicked from F1, Yet Alguersuari's story could well be about to repeat itself for one young Russian should lessons learned be forgotten. Enter stage right, Sergey Sirotkin.
At a time when Formula One teams are readying their launch efforts for the season ahead, Williams, Marussia, McLaren and Mercedes have made significant changes to their personnel.
Red Bull today launched the car they believe may give them a third consecutive Formula 1 world championship.
It is highly unlikely that many were more shocked than Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari yesterday afternoon following the driver announcement at the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula 1 squad for 2012.
Sebastian Vettel took his fourteenth pole position of the season at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi. The Red Bull driver pulled a sensational effort to set a lap of 1:38.481, pushing one tenth ahead of McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button in the final moments.
McLaren got the penultimate Grand Prix of the season off to a perfect start by topping the opening pair of sessions in Abu Dhabi. Jenson Button claimed the morning honours ahead of Mark Webber (Red Bull), while Lewis Hamilton crept to the top of the afternoon standings.
Sebastian Vettel’s dream 2011 continued in New Delhi on Sunday, with the world champion scoring his 11th victory of the season.
McLaren and Ferrari claimed the honours following both free practice sessions for the Indian Grand Prix on Friday.
Newly crowned Drivers Champion, Sebastian Vettel, helped Red Bull secure their second consecutive Constructor’s trophy with a victory in Yeongam last Sunday.
In one one of the most frantic qualifying sessions of the season, Lewis Hamilton secured his - and McLaren's - first pole position of the season. The Englishman secured the top spot, following a determined final run, giving him a two-tenths advantage over Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.
Jenson Button topped the third free practice for the Korean Grand Prix on Saturday.
Lewis Hamilton topped a greasy second practice for the Korean Grand Prix in Yeongam on Friday. The McLaren ace set his quickest run (1:50.828) in the opening thirty minutes, with only teammate Jenson Button getting close. Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was 3rd, albeit 1.8 seconds slower than Hamilton, with Fernando Alonso (Ferrari, 4th) a further … Continue reading 2011 Korean Grand Prix (Rd 16, Free Practice 2, Oct 14th, TV Notes)
Sebastian Vettel made it twelve consecutive pole positions for Red Bull at the Hungaroring last Saturday.
Fernando Alonso claimed his first Grand Prix victory of the season following a stunning drive at the British Grand Prix in Silverstone, but it certainly wasn't an easy win by any stretch.
Mark Webber registered his second pole position of the season for the British Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa topped a rain interrupted second practice session at Silverstone yesterday.
It all seemed so incredibly easy. After 57 laps of the Valencia Street Circuit, Sebastian Vettel cruised to a comfortable European Grand Prix victory.
Sebastian Vettel secured Red Bull's ninth consecutive pole position in Valencia.
Mark Webber topped the opening practice session for the European Grand Prix at Valencia.
Pressure. On occasion, the best know how to deliver it in spades, while sometimes the best can crack under it. The Canadian Grand Prix was no different.