29th September 2009, 18:59 Archives - F1 Fanatic archive
Button vs Barrichello decided by non-safety car (Singapore GP analysis) 29th September 2009, 18:59
A crucial gamble provided the pivotal moment of the Singapore Grand Prix for championship leader Jenson Button in his battle with team mate Rubens Barrichello. Here’s how it unfolded along with an analysis of the rest of the race and the drivers’ fastest lap times.
Why hasn’t overtaking improved in 2009 as planned? And have double diffusers really made that much of a difference? John Beamer looks at the major technical developments this year. First of all a short apology – these columns were supposed to be a regular feature at F1 Fanatic but I ended up doing some contract […]
Stefan Grand Prix, the 2010 F1 entry run by Zoran Stefanovic, says it still hopes to be on the Formula 1 grid next year despite failing to be granted a place by the FIA. Stefanovic, who complained to the EU about the FIA’s insistence that the new teams for 2010 use Cosworth engines, says his […]
With three races left to run the two leaders of the F1 Fanatic Predictions Championship are under pressure from the chasing pack. SaloolaS has edged into a slim five-point lead over Dougie. But Dan, PawelF1, SimonRS and Sush Meerkat cut the leaders’ advantage. Find out how you’re doing in the championship standings below.