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With 11 wins from 322 Grand Prix over 19 seasons, Rubens Barrichello is fondly remembered as one of the quickest and most highly respected drivers in the history of Formula One. However, as 2020 stutters along amidst the seemingly endless Coronavirus pandemic, Barrichello – now a stock car racer in South America – is more … Continue reading “I Have a Passion for Racing – Barrichello”
Following a difficult start to the Formula One season, backmarkers Caterham this morning announced a restructuring of its driver line-up.
Following the launch of the FW35 machine, Williams Formula 1 development driver Susie Wolff made some rather odd comments to Autosport regarding her future endeavours.
Michael Schumacher announced his final retirement from Formula 1 at Suzuka this morning.
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.
Lewis Hamilton made it three practice sessions out of three for McLaren in Abu Dhabi.
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.
With Formula 1’s first visit to India now in the books, the pack shuffle on to Abu Dhabi and Brazil for the final two events of the year. Not that it was noticed, things other than the Grand Prix occurred over the course of the weekend.
Sebastian Vettel claimed his thirteenth pole position of the 2011 Formula 1 season at Delhi on Saturday. It was also Red Bull’s sixteenth pole of the year – a record for a team in a single season.
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.
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.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel headed a frantic final practice session for tomorrow's British Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa topped a rain interrupted second practice session at Silverstone yesterday.
Mark Webber topped the time sheets of the a damp and gloomy first practice session in Silverstone this morning.
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.