Last year’s Malaysian Grand Prix was abandoned after heavy rain made racing impossible. More rain is expected throughout the weekend at Sepang this year. Whatever the weather Sebastian Vettel will be hungry for victory after leading but losing in the last two races. Can he finally win one this weekend?
McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale says the team accept they made a mistake with Lewis Hamilton’s race strategy at Melbourne but aren’t panicking into making any changes to how they decide race strategy. Speaking to the media on Wednesday he said: Both drivers are getting on very well with their new race engineers. As you … Continue reading Hamilton “on a mission” in Malaysia
Here are the details of the BBC’s live video coverage of the Malaysian Grand Prix and the F1 Fanatic live blogs which will take place during all five sessions this weekend. Unusually, they are splitting the coverage of the race across BBC One and BBC Two, because of some Easter-related programming on BBC One. Why … Continue reading Malaysian Grand Prix TV & live blog times
Red Bull are the subject of much speculation over their suspension system, which rival teams believe get around the rules on ride height adjustment, allowing them to run different ride heights in qualifying and the race. Sebastian Vettel was on pole position for the first two races of the year and the team achieved their … Continue reading Red Bull rivals seek rules clarification to cut RB6’s qualifying advantage
The Australian Grand Prix coverage is done and dusted but we’re straight into the next Grand Prix weekend as the teams are racing in Malaysia on Sunday. More on that later today – in the meantime here’s the daily round-up: Links Why Lewis Hamilton needs David Coulthard (Autocar) “Coulthard is right that Lewis needs a … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 31/3/2010