Another Grand Prix, another pole for Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and what better place to do it than Monaco.
One day, all things must come to an end and in Barcelona today, Mark Webber finally broke Sebastian Vettel's string of pole positions.
It has been twelve years since a driver last registered four consecutive pole positions at the start of a season.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel bounced back from a difficult Friday to claim the top spot in Saturday morning practice in Istanbul.
Jenson Button topped a drying second free practice at Istanbul yesterday afternoon.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso topped what was a very wet and windy first practice session in Istanbul yesterday morning.
Mark Webber was quickest again in Sepang following the second free practice, although the apparent advantage was cut down from the opening session.
If Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was dominant in qualifying, he was simply imperious in today's Australian Grand Prix.
To say that Sebastian Vettel easily took pole position in Melbourne today would be an understatement.
Free Practice 3 On another cool and overcast day at Melbourne, Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel topped the third practice session. The reigning World Champion set a quickest lap of 1:24.507, some eight-tenths faster than teammate Mark Webber. It was a stunning display by Vettel, who was quickest in every single sector as he laid down … Continue reading 2011 Australian Grand Prix (Rd 1, Free Practice 3)
McLaren's Jenson Button topped the second practice session for this year's Australian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber set the quickest time in the opening practice session this morning in Melbourne.
Mark Webber grabbed the headlines following a dreary opening day of the final Formula 1 pre-season test in Barcelona.
On the penultimate day of running at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Mercedes pilot, Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets ahead of Renault’s Vitaly Petrov.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was once again the quickest driver around the Circuit de Catalunya yesterday.
Ferrari's Felipe Massa made the best of the opening day's test at Jerez in southern Spain. The Brazilian clocked up 101 laps over the course of the morning and afternoon, with a best of 1:20.709.
Virgin MVR-02 Drivers: (24) Timo Glock, (25) Jerome d'Ambrosio; (Reserve) tba. Team: (Principal) John Booth, (Technical Directors) Nick Wirth. Engine: Cosworth CA2011 90° V8, limited to 18,000 RPM, naturally-aspirated, mid-mounted. Transmission: Virgin Racing precision aluminium construction with 7-speed, longitudinally Mounted internals. Paddle operated hydraulic shift system with “seamless shift” gear selection. Weight (with driver, et … Continue reading Virgin MVR-02
At the conclusion of the third day of testing in Valencia yesterday, Renault’s Robert Kubica took the top spot with a headline grabbing run in the R31, securing a fastest lap of 1:13.144 late in the afternoon.
Fernando Alonso upped the testing ante today, as he headed the order in Valencia.
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.