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This time the FIA really has dropped the ‘most wins’ rule for 2010 8th May 2009, 23:49
The FIA has now dropped the ‘most wins’ championship system for 2010. It release a revised version of next year’s rules unannounced earlier this week. It had previously left the rule in the version of the regulations published after last week’s World Motor Sports Council Meeting.
Rosberg hails Williams’ progress Nico Rosberg: "Today was our first run with the new aero components on the car and they all seemed to work well. They're giving us a few tenths extra per lap so we've made definite progress. Spain Press Conference Press conference with Ross Brawn (Brawn GP), Aldo Costa (Ferrari), Patrick Head […]
BMW and Ferrari have revealed substantial upgrades to their cars as F1’s ‘ground war’ in Europe begins. Several other teams have brought upgrades as well – including the ones they’re all trying to catch, Brawn.
The F1 Fanatic Predictions Championship is very close as we head into the Spanish Grand Prix. Who do you think will be top this weekend? Will Ferrari, BMW or one of the other teams show progress with their new parts? Or will Brawn be the team to beat again? Make your pole position and podium […]
Review the Spanish Grand Prix Practice 2 live blog below.
F1 Fanatic guest writer Journeyer finishes his look at Fernando Alonso’s F1 career. By the end of 2004, many people acknowledged that Fernando Alonso was going to win titles. It was a matter of when, not if. But few anticipated how quickly it would happen.
Review the Spanish Grand Prix Practice 1 live blog below.