Massa takes title lead – full championship points after Malaysia

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Drivers’ Championship Pos Driver Points 1 Felipe Massa 39 =2 Fernando Alonso 37 =2 Sebastian Vettel 37 4 Jenson Button 35 5 Nico Rosberg 35 6 Lewis Hamilton 31 7 Robert Kubica 30 8 Mark Webber 24 9 Adrian Sutil 10 10 Michael Schumacher 9 11 Vitantonio Liuzzi 8 12 Rubens Barrichello 5 13 Jaime … Continue reading Massa takes title lead – full championship points after Malaysia

Red Bull eyeing an open goal in Sepang (Malaysian Grand Prix pre-race analysis)

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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)

Schumacher fails to shine in rain

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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

2010 Malaysian Grand Prix grid

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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???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

Lotus improving but Williams struggle (Malaysian GP Friday practice analysis)

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After the first two practice sessions for the Malaysian Grand Prix Lotus appear to have made a step forward but Williams are lacking pace. And although Felipe Massa could only manage the 15th fastest time in the second free practice session, Ferrari’s genuine pace looks better than that. Take a closer look at the times … Continue reading Lotus improving but Williams struggle (Malaysian GP Friday practice analysis)