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Senna versus Prost competition winners

Congratulations to the following readers who won our “Senna versus Prost” competition: Tim Senior Tony Hooper Dani??l P. Melters Stephen Prater Glenn Marshall Tomasz Blumowski The books will be on their way to you shortly. Commisserations to those who entered but didn’t win. If you would like to buy the book you can find it […]

Enter our Edit TV competition and you could watch F1 on your PC for free

Want to be able to watch and record live F1 broadcasts on your computer? Three lucky winners could get their hands on everything they need to do just that. We’ve got three PCTV Nano Stick Ultimates and three copies of Edit TV to be won. Don’t miss your chance to win – enter our exclusive […]

F1 links: FIA and FOTA reach deal – report

According to BBC Sport on Twitter FOTA has agreed to remove its opposition to the 2010 regulations and submit entries for next year pending further negotiations with the FIA over the rules. I’ll post any further updates on this here if they emerge this evening. Here’s more of my bookmarks from today – as ever, […]

Is this F1’s worst crisis?

Hardly a day passes now without some new development in F1’s latest political crisis. Formula 1 has had many similar rows in the past and, so far, it has managed to avoid disaster scenarios of teams withdrawing en masse and rival championships being formed. So how concerned should we be about FOTA’s refusal to accept […]

Barrichello unhappy after more car trouble (Turkish Grand Prix round-up)

Wrapping up the Turkish Grand Prix coverage at F1 Fanatic, here’s a look back at the rest of the weekend’s stories. Including Rubens Barrichello’s concerns about his reliability, what went wrong for Fisichella and the other changes to the cars.

It wasn’t just Button that cost Vettel second (Turkish Grand Prix analysis)

Sebastian Vettel’s three-stop strategy at Istanbul left him vulnerable to team mate Mark Webber. Webber occasionally managed to match Vettel’s pace despite carrying a heavier fuel which, along with Vettel’s delay behind Button, helped Webber nab second off his team mate. Here’s an analysis of the Turkish Grand Prix including how far McLaren are off […]

F1 links: Mosley urges teams to enter

Max Mosley has written to the eight FOTA teams saying: It is of course up to you, but the simplest way to ensure that all entrants run under the same rules would be if everyone entered under the cost-cap rules as published and then all entrants cooperated to agree modifications to those rules which would […]

2009 Turkish Grand Prix facts and stats

Four consecutive wins for Jenson Button – three consecutive no-scores for McLaren. Here’s the Turkish Grand Prix in numbers.

F1 links: FOTA agrees on KERS ban

In what looks like another tactical move, the FOTA teams have agreed to push for KERS to be scrapped in 2010. They call the move a cost-saving initiative, which it undoubtedly is, but it’s also likely to rile Max Mosley, who demanded the systems be introduced this year at considerable cost to the teams. Here […]

Turkish Grand Prix in pictures

Pictures

From the grid to the champagne – here’s a look at the Turkish Grand Prix in pictures.