Jenson Button topped a drying second free practice at Istanbul yesterday afternoon.
2011 Chinese Grand Prix (Rd 3, Qyalifying, April 16th)
Sebastian Vettel recorded his third pole of the season and the 18th pole of his short career in Shanghai on Saturday.
2011 Chinese Grand Prix (Rd 3, Free Practice 1, April 15th)
Sebastian Vettel set the quickest time in Friday’s first practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix.
2011 Malaysian Grand Prix (Rd 2, Free Practice 2, April 8th)
Mark Webber was quickest again in Sepang following the second free practice, although the apparent advantage was cut down from the opening session.
2011 Australian Grand Prix (Round 1, Free Practice 2)
McLaren's Jenson Button topped the second practice session for this year's Australian Grand Prix.
2011 Australian GP (Rd 1, Free Practice 1)
Mark Webber set the quickest time in the opening practice session this morning in Melbourne.
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Barcelona, March 10th)
Sergio Perez topped the third day of testing at Circuit de Catalunya today.
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Barcelona, March 9th)
Not only did reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel take over the RB7 from teammate Mark Webber yesterday, the 23-year-old also assumed the quickest lap in testing.
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Barcelona, February 21st)
Felipe Massa headed the final day of running at the third pre-season test in Barcelona.
Formula 1 Pre-season Testing (Barcelona, February 20th)
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.
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Jerez, February 11th)
Seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher topped today's running at the Jerez. The Mercedes driver registered a speedy run of 1:20.352 at the beginning of a 10-lap run, leaving the famous German 0.061 of-a-second quicker than Ferrari pilot, Felipe Massa. However, Schumacher's fast laps appeared to be spikes rather than indications of consistent pace from his … Continue reading Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Jerez, February 11th)
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Jerez, February 10th)
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.
Formula 1 Pre-Season Testing (Valencia, February 3rd)
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.
Lotus T128 Drivers: (20) Jarno Trulli, (21) Heikki Kovalainen; (Reserve) tba. Team: (Principal) Tony Fernandes, (Chief Technical Office) Mike Gascoyne. Race Engineers: (Jarno Trulli) Gianluca Pisanello, (Heikki Kovalainen) Juan Ramirez Engine: 90° Renault V8 RS27-2011; 18,000 RPM limit. Transmission: Red Bull Technologies; 7 forward speed, single reverse; semi-automatic. Weight (with driver, et al): 640 kg
…and the Rest?
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.
Formula 1 Test (Yas Marina, November 20th)
So, the 2010 Formula 1 season finally ended this afternoon in the dipping evening sun in Abu Dhabi.
There are times when the attention of the media and Formula 1 team bosses wander, as their eyes capture a precocious new talent coming into focus. These moments, when a new young hero makes themselves known to the paddock is often the same time an ageing animal begins to fall from view. It is the sport changing its guard.
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 Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos, Round 18, November 6th)
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)
2010 Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos, Round 18, November 5th)
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.