Complete F1 Fanatic 2010 season guide

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The sun comes up on a new season of Formula 1
The sun comes up on a new season of Formula 1

Our 2010 F1 season preview has come to an end – which is just as well because the season starts soon!

Review the F1 Fanatic 2010 Season Preview in full below:

Teams, cars and drivers

All the 2010 teams and drivers. Check out the team information pages to find out more about their background and the major staff members at the factory.

Each team also has a preview looking at their form going into the new season, and biographies for each of their drivers.


1. Jenson Button
2. Lewis Hamilton


3. Michael Schumacher
4. Nico Rosberg

Red Bull

5. Sebastian Vettel
6. Mark Webber


7. Felipe Massa
8. Fernando Alonso


9. Rubens Barrichello
10. Nico H???lkenberg


11. Robert Kubica
12. Vitaly Petrov

Force India

14. Adrian Sutil
15. Vitantonio Liuzzi

Toro Rosso

16. Sebastien Buemi
17. Jaime Alguersuari


18. Jarno Trulli
19. Heikki Kovalainen


20. Karun Chandhok
21. Bruno Senna


22. Pedro de la Rosa
23. Kamui Kobayashi


24. Timo Glock
25. Lucas di Grassi


There are some important changes in the F1 rules this year including a revised points system, the banning of refuelling and new, narrower front tyres.

Find out more about the rules changes below:


There are 19 races on the calendar this year. The biggest change is the addition of a new Grand Prix in Korea to be held in October.

This year also sees the return of the Canadian Grand Prix, which was missing from the 2009 schedule.

The German Grand Prix switched from the Nurburgring to the Hockenheimring (it rotates venues every year) and Bahrain and Silverstone each have new sequences of corners.

The full 2010 F1 calendar is below. You can also get a version which adds the time for every F1 session into your Google Calendar. It also comes in ICAL, XML and HTML flavours. Find it here: F1 Fanatic Google Calendar

Round Dates Race Circuit
1 March 12-14th Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain International Circuit
2 March 26-28th Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne
3 April 2nd-4th Malaysian Grand Prix Sepang International Circuit
4 April 16-18th Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit
5 May 7-9th Spanish Grand Prix Circuit de Catalunya
6 May 13-16th Monaco Grand Prix Monte-Carlo
7 May 28-30th Turkish Grand Prix Istanbul Park
8 June 11-13th Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal
9 June 25-27th European Grand Prix Valencia Street Circuit
10 July 9-11th British Grand Prix Silverstone
11 July 23-25th German Grand Prix Hockenheimring
12 July 30th-August 1st Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring
13 August 27-29th Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps
14 September 10-12th Italian Grand Prix Monza
15 September 24-26th Singapore Grand Prix Singapore
16 October 8-10th Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka
17 October 22-24th Korean Grand Prix Jeonnam*
18 November 5-7th Brazilian Grand Prix Interlagos
19 November 12-14th Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Island


More features looking ahead to the new season:


Twitter has taken off in a big way over the last 12 months and you can now find many F1 drivers, teams and other personalities on there. Check out our F1 Twitter directory to find lots of F1 people to follow this year: F1 Twitter directory

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