25th April 2009, 19:09 Archives - F1 Fanatic archive

How Lewis Hamilton can win the race – for Toyota (Bahrain GP pre-race analysis) 25th April 2009, 19:09

The fuel loads have confirmed the suspicions that the Toyotas ran with lower fuel loads than their rivals to take control of the first row of the grid. On row two we find the two drivers most likely to become our title protagonists: race winners Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button. Which one of these is […]

Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying: Pictures

It all went wrong for Mark Webber but Jarno Trulli and Toyota celebrated their first pole position in four years. Here’s a selection of pictures from qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel carrying more fuel than Toyotas (Bahrain GP fuel and pit stops)

Jarno Trulli may have taken pole position but Sebastian Vettel is set to stop three laps later than the Toyota driver in the Bahrain Grand Prix. Here’s the fuel weights for each of the drivers and their predicted first stint lengths.

Bahrain Grand Prix grid

Here is the grid for the 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix: 1. Jarno Trulli 1?σΤιΌ??33.431 2. Timo Glock 1?σΤιΌ??33.712 3. Sebastian Vettel 1?σΤιΌ??34.015 4. Jenson Button 1?σΤιΌ??34.044 5. Lewis Hamilton 1?σΤιΌ??34.196 6. Rubens Barrichello 1?σΤιΌ??34.239 7. Fernando Alonso 1?σΤιΌ??34.578 8. Felipe Massa 1?σΤιΌ??34.818 9. Nico Rosberg 1?σΤιΌ??35.134 10. Kimi Raikkonen 1?σΤιΌ??35.380 11. Heikki Kovalainen 1?σΤιΌ??33.242 12. […]

Jarno Trulli leads first Toyota front row lockout (Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying)

Jarno Trulli leads the first ever one-two for Toyota with Timo Glock in second place. Chinese Grand Prix winner Sebastian Vettel edged Jenson Button for third by 0.03s. But Vettel’s team mate Mark Webber will start on the last row of the grid after being held up by Adrian Sutil.

F1 links: Stewart on British Grand Prix

Stewart: GP loss would be ‘irresponsible’ "We were the first to hold a world championship grand prix in 1950 and we've never missed it since. To lose that now would be irresponsible for the sport itself, maybe for the commercial rights holder and for the British government." A rare example of Jackie Stewart and Bernie […]

Bahrain GP qualifying live blog

Review the Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying live blog below.

Bahrain GP free practice 3 live blog

Review the Bahrain Grand Prix free practice 3 live blog below.

Donington Park has British Grand Prix deal until 2026, claims government

The transcripts from the House of Lords’ discussion on the future of the British Grand Prix makes interesting reading. According to them Donington Park’s deal to host the British Grand Prix has been extended from 10 to 17 years. The government also quoted Dutch financial institution ING saying “resources are in place” for the event […]

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