Adrian Sutil was fastest in the first practice session at Bahrain but Felipe Massa impressed with his consistency in the Ferrari. Here’s a look at the data from free practice 1.
Mercedes power remained on top of the times sheets in the second practice session at Bahrain but this time it was the works Mercedes team that headed the times. Nico Rosberg was fastest of all followed by three more Mercedes-powered runners: Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and Jenson Button.
Adrian Sutil put Force India at the top of the times sheets at following free practice one at Bahrain. Ferrari and McLaren also headed the times during the 90-minute session with Fernando Alonso ending the session second quickest ahead of the man who replaced him at Renault, Robert Kubica.
Our first live blog of the year is coming up shortly for free practice one in Bahrain. Until then, here’s today’s round-up: Links Q & A with Martin Whitmarsh (Autosport) On McLaren’s radical snorkel/rear wing design. McLaren Snorkel: How it works (Scarbs) More on the snorkel. A New Code of Practice (Viva F1) “It?óÔé¼Ôäós a […]
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:
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Michael Schumacher has been appointed as the drivers’ representative on the FIA’s Circuits Commission. The Circuits Commissions reports to the World Motor Sports Council on – you guessed it – matters to do with circuit design, particularly safety. Schumacher has played a role in circuit design before and helped design the Veedol-S chicane at the […]
The FIA will try to fill the vacant place on the grid left by US F1 next year. Following a meeting of the World Motor Sports Council in Bahrain today the FIA also said it will appoint a reserve entry for the 2011 season, in case the new team or one of the existing teams […]
Bernie Eccletone has told the FIA the Indian Grand Prix will appear on the 2011 F1 calendar. An FIA statement said: Subject to final approval of the calendar by the World Council, Mr Bernie Ecclestone, President of FOM, has informed the FIA that India will host a Formula One event in 2011. The Indian Grand […]