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Chinese GP free practice 2 live blog

Review the Chinese Grand Prix free practice 2 live blog below.

John Beamer’s F1 tech file: Fuji

John Beamer from F1-Pitlane looks at the technical tweaks from Fuji. In contrast to the tight corners and slow speeds of the Marina Bay circuit in Singapore, Fuji Speedway, with its 1.5km start-finish straight, puts a premium on a low drag car. Although over 80% of the corners are low speed and would typically demand […]

Is this the 2009 F1 drivers entry list?

McLaren, Ferrari, BMW, Williams and Red Bull have their driver line-ups set for 2009. With a few informed guesses we can probably make a decent guess at what the official 2009 F1 driver line-up will look like. Here’s my thoughts, share yours below:

How politics ruined racing

Guest article by Mark Stevenson

Chinese Grand Prix history 2004-2007

Journeyer reviews the history of the Chinese Grand Prix – all four years of it… The Shanghai International Circuit looks a rather bland circuit. Sure, it has a big paddock and great hospitality areas, but the track itself is a Shang-shaped Tilkedrome. But the Chinese Grand Prix has been an entertaining addition to the calendar. […]

Links: Mosley vs FOTA on costs

Plus, GP2 Asia returns this weekend

Chinese Grand Prix preview video

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China F1 preview from Red Bulletin

2009 French Grand Prix cancelled

The French Grand Prix has been cancelled for 2009 in a surprise move by the event organisers, the Federation Francaise du Sport Automobile. The FFSA issued the following statement: After examining the economic situation, the FFSA renounces to be the financial promoters of a Formula One Grand Prix. As a result, and as long as […]

Who do you want to be F1 champion?

With two rounds to go Lewis Hamilton has 84 points, Felipe Massa 79 and Robert Kubica 72. Who do you most want to be champion? Were you supporting someone else earlier in the year? Cast your vote and explain your choice below.

Could F1 make a return to Portugal at the Algarve International Circuit?

Guest writer Gerard Hetman looks at Portugal’s chances of returning to the F1 calendar via the brand new Algarve International Circuit and speaks exclusively to circuit director Paolo Pinheiro. As new circuits have emerged to host Grands Prix in Asia and the Middle East, many traditional venues in Europe and elsewhere have either had their […]