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2009 F1 calendar shortened

The FIA has published an updated 2009 F1 calendar. The Chinese Grand Prix is now the third round instead of the 15th, and will be held in April. This means F1 will have visited the circuit twice within seven months, and next year’s Grand Prix may see different climactic conditions to what we have been […]

F1 2009: 10 questions for the off-season

As the 2008 F1 season ends on a high we now look forward to what should be one of the most fascinating off-seasons for many years. With radical changes to the technical rules, fraught political tension between the rule-makers and the teams, and two holes suddenly appearing in the calendar, these are the questions that […]

We’re gonna need a montage: A collection of F1 season reviews (Video)

Video

The art of the F1 season review video montage: the most dramatic action, clever editing, and above all, a well-chosen song. Who does it best? Here’s a selection of F1 video montages from 1989 to 2008. Watch them below, and link to more of your favourites in the comments.

2009 F1 driver and car numbers

Ferrari lose 1 to McLaren

13.05m saw Brazil F1 thriller

Most watched race of 2008

If Hamilton hadn’t pitted…

…he’d have been fourth. Probably.

Brazilian Grand Prix in pictures

Pictures

Re-live the championship-deciding Brazilian Grand Prix in pictures. Here’s a selection of 47 images from the race including, by popular demand, some high-resolution shots of Lewis Hamilton’s title win.

2008 Brazilian Grand Prix analysis

Here’s the Brazilian Grand Prix race data that shows how those extraordinary change of position between Lewis Hamilton and Timo Glock in the final laps came about. Plus, why did Ferrari not use Kimi Raikkonen to slow Hamilton?

Foreign press react to finale

Guest post by David Watkins

Brazilian GP facts and statistics

Felipe Massa dominated in Brazil and joined three of his countrymen in becoming a two-time winner of his home Grand Prix. Here are more facts and stats from the Brazilian Grand Prix.