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F1 Rocks, apparently 27th March 2009, 17:37

F1 has announced a series of music events to be called “F1 Rocks”: Universal Music Group International and its JV company All The Worlds is pleased to announce the signing of an agreement with Formula One Administration Limited creating F1 ROCKS, a pioneering and electrifying new global entertainment platform. F1 ROCKS fuses the world?s most […]

Australian GP press conference: Friday

Drivers: Fernando Alonso (Renault), S??bastien Burmi (Toro Rosso), Lewis Hamilton (McLaren Mercedes), Mark Webber (Red Bull) Q: How have the first official practice sessions been for you? Mark, can you give a rough run down of how it has been? Mark WEBBER: It didn?t go that well in the first session. We didn?t get that […]

Australian GP Pictures: Practice

The first practice sessions at Melbourne gave us a chance to see the new F1 cars being driven in anger for the first time. Here’s a selection of pictures of each of the drivers getting to grips with the tricky new cars and the slippery Albert Park circuit this morning. If you’re in Melbourne for […]

Australian Grand Prix predictions

With the first two practice sessions out of the way it’s time for the traditional F1 Fanatic predictions game! But this year it’s different – this year we’re playing for prizes…

Australian Grand Prix Practice 2 Live Blog

Nico Rosberg was on top again in the second free practice session as the McLarens sunk towards the bottom of the times charts. Review the action from the Australian Grand Prix Practice 2 live blog below.

F1 news round-up: 27th March

Here?s a collection of my F1 clippings from the past 24 hours. If you?ve spotted any more stories worth sharing please post them below. Turning Point Article in the Wall Street Journal with some quotes from me. FOA issues media statement "FOTA claimed that monies are owed by CVC (FOA’s controlling shareholder) to the teams […]

Australian Grand Prix Practice 1 Live Blog

Williams duo Nico Rosberg and Kazuki Nakajima were fastest in the first practice session of 2009 at Melbourne. Kimi Raikkonen was third ahead of the impressive Brawn GP car of Rubens Barrichello. Heikki Kovalainen raised McLarens hopes with sixth. Review the Australian Grand Prix Free Practice 1 live blog below.

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