2011 Australian Grand Prix (Rd 1, Free Practice 3)

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)

Hispania F111

Hispania F111 Drivers: (22) Narain Karthikeyan, (23) Vitantonio Liuzzi; (Reserve) tbc. Team: (Principal) Colin Kolles, (Technical Director) Geoff Willis, (Chief Designer) Paul White. Engine: Cosworth CA2010 V8 (90°), limited to 18,000 RPM, naturally aspirated, mid-mounted. Transmission: Williams Seven-speed with reverse gear. Weight (with driver, et al): 640 kg

Musical Chairs at Force India

The unveiling of Paul di Resta as Adrian Sutil's new teammate at Force India was probably not the most unexpected of announcements to be aired yesterday. The young Scot had found himself in the wings of the Force India garage at many of the Grand Prix in 2010 - for much of the year, it … Continue reading Musical Chairs at Force India

2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina, Round 19, November 14th)

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.

2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina, Round 19, November 12th)

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.

2010 Korean Grand Prix (Yeongam, Round 17, Oct 24th)

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)