Three cheers for Ferrari and McLaren! Not waiting for rules to “spice up the show”, they chose to send their cars out too late for qualifying in an elaborate ruse ensuring they would start from the back of the grid and give us an exciting race. Either that, or the sport’s two most successful teams … Continue reading Red Bull eyeing an open goal in Sepang (Malaysian Grand Prix pre-race analysis)
The modern Lotus may not be the same as the outfit which raced to championships in the sixties and seventies, but they have kept a link with the original Lotus team. Team founder Colin Chapman used to greet Lotus’s race wins – of which they had 79 – by throwing his cap in the air. … Continue reading ‘In case of victory, break glass’
Rain in Sepang had the front runners scrambling to change tyres, Lotus celebrating their first appearance in Q2 and, once again, a Red Bull at the front of the grid. Have a look at the pictures from Malaysian Grand Prix qualifying below.
The third race weekend of Michael Schumacher’s F1 comeback doesn’t seem to be going much better than the first two. That was despite a wet qualifying session giving the man they called ‘Regenmeister’ an opportunity to demonstrate the skills that won him many wet F1 races. Team mate Nico Rosberg out-qualified him by more than … Continue reading Schumacher fails to shine in rain
Here’s how the cars will line up on the grid for the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix. Row 1 1. Mark Webber 1’49.327Red Bull-Renault 2. Nico Rosberg 1’50.673Mercedes Row 2 3. Sebastian Vettel 1’50.789Red Bull-Renault 4. Adrian Sutil 1’50.914Force India-Mercedes Row 3 5. Nico H?â??lkenberg 1’51.001Williams-Cosworth 6. Robert Kubica 1’51.051Renault Row 4 7. Rubens Barrichello 1’51.511Williams-Cosworth … Continue reading 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix grid
A brilliant gamble by Mark Webber put him on pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix after a wet qualifying session in Seapang.
Review the Malaysian Grand Prix Qualifying live blog below. Qualifying – Malaysian Grand Prix Useful links Track map Race programme Live F1 video FAQ Live F1 timing Launch the F1 Fanatic Live blog in a new window by clicking here See below for more useful information on the live blog.
Red Bull showed their hand ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix as both drivers finished in the top three in the final practice session. Mark Webber beat Lewis Hamilton by 17 thousandths of a second, knocking the McLaren driver off the top spot in practice for the first time this weekend. Sebastian Vettel backed him … Continue reading Webber edges Hamilton in final practice
Review the Malaysian Grand Prix Free Practice 3 live blog below. Free practice 3 – Malaysian Grand Prix Useful links Track map Race programme Live F1 video FAQ Live F1 timing Launch the F1 Fanatic Live blog in a new window by clicking here See below for more useful information on the live blog.
Final practice and qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix are coming up today so make sure you join us on the live blogs. Before that is the deadline to get your predictions in for this week’s race so remember to submit them before the third practice session begins. Links Willis unimpressed by HRT’s car design … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 3/4/2010