2009 April 04 archive
F1 links: Button “revitalised” 4th April 2009, 23:54
Brawn hails 'revitalised' Button Brawn on Button: "I don't think last year with the equipment he had… I commented a few times, I saw some good races, I saw some races that were not great. You know him, you can see he is revelling in it and he is driving very well. He is such […]
The Malaysian Grand Prix is less than 12 hours away. Will we get another action-packed encounter as we saw in Melbourne – and will the rain we’ve expected all weekend finally arrive? Let’s take a look ahead to the crucial opening lap of the race and see how the start, the first stint, and the […]
We’ve had no shortage of stuff to talk about since the F1 season got started again last week: KERS, tyres, the look of the cars, the emergence of Brawn GP, the BBC, McLaren’s lack of pace, twilight races and the usual controversies. But we’ve hardly heard anything at all about the new adjustable wings. Before […]
The rain stayed away during Malaysian Grand Prix qualifying – here’s a selection of pictures from today’s action at the Sepang circuit.
Here are the starting weight of each car and their projected first stint length. At Sepang the cars use fuel at a rate of approximately 2.38kg 2.64kg per lap (figures revised below accordingly). Grid Qualifying Name Weight Fuel (kg) First stint (laps) 1 1 Jenson Button 660 55 20 2 2 Jarno Trulli 656.5 51.5 […]
Jenson Button made it two pole positions in a row as he beat Jarno Trulli by less than a tenth of a second in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix. But Felipe Massa will start from 16th after he and Ferrari made a disastrous mistake early in the session.
Here is the Malaysian Grand Prix grid following the application of penalties. The drivers’ starting weights have been published – see here: Malaysian GP fuel weights and strategies 1. Jenson Button 1’35.181 2. Jarno Trulli 1’35.273 3. Timo Glock 1’35.690 4. Nico Rosberg 1’35.750 5. Mark Webber 1’35.797 6. Robert Kubica 1’36.106 7. Kimi Raikkonen […]
Review the Malaysian Grand Prix Qualifying Live Blog below.
The Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend will, like the Australian Grand Prix last weekend, be another ?óÔé¼?£twilight?óÔé¼Ôäó race. These two races have later start times in an effort to improve television audiences in Europe. But is it safe to start races so late, and does it make any difference to the television figures?
Nico Rosberg was fastest yet again in final practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix – the fifth time he’s been quickest in practice this year. Review the Malaysian Grand Prix Practice 3 Live Blog below.