The first race of the GP2 season got off to a slightly chaotic start as three cars stalled on the dummy grid and another three failed to get going at the start, forcing another formation lap and a restart. When the race finally got going Timo Glock scorched forward from seventh on the grid to … Continue reading GP2 Bahrain 1: First for Filippi
Felipe Massa put his Ferrari on pole for the second race in a row after leading every phase of qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix. It sets up a fascinating race tomorrow as Lewis Hamilton joins him on the front row to rejoin their battle in the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend. Team mates Kimi … Continue reading Bahrain Grand Prix 2007 qualifying: Massa leads again
Colin Chapman produced some revolutionary cars each of which pushed F1 technology forward instantaneously in one huge leap. But the author of Post of the Week puts another designer forward as the greatest in motor racing history – and it’s not Gordon Murray, or even Adrian Newey. Plus the Felipe Massa backlash in the Italian … Continue reading F1 in the blogs 25: Better than Chapman?
Team Great Britain continued their form from the Mexican round as Robbie Kerr put them on pole position for the sprint race at the Shanghai International Circuit. Leaving their final lap until the final seconds as usual, Kerr snatched pole position from Jonny Reid of team New Zealand. Jonathan Summerton qualified a strong third for … Continue reading A1GP China: Kerr puts Britain on pole