McLaren and Ferrari join the title battle

In the last three races McLaren and Ferrari, the slumbering giants of F1 in 2009, have re-awoken and returned to the sharp end of the field. They might not be likely to win either of the titles this year, but how their drivers fare in the last six rounds of the championship could well decide […]

Softer tyres to liven up season finale

Bridgestone has revealed which tyres the teams will be allowed to use in the final four races of the season. It’s one of those decisions that might not grab headlines, but could have a huge bearing on who wins this year’s titles. The soft and super-soft tyres being brought to the Japanese and Brazilian races […]

F1 links: Davidson on the driver market

Here’s a round-up of F1 news and other interesting links I’ve found today. If you’ve spotted a hot news story, interesting new website or just something funny from the world of F1, please share your links in the comments below. Davidson: I’ve got unfinished business in F1 "There are a lot of drivers out there […]

Red Bull face Vettel engine dilemma

Sebastian Vettel is set to become the first victim of F1’s new engine penalty rules. With six races left to run, only two of the eight units he started with are unused. As engines rarely complete more than two races, and his remaining Renaults will have to cope with the high-revving challenges of Spa and […]

Belgian Grand Prix TV times

Here are the times for the BBC?s F1 coverage of this weekend?s Belgian Grand Prix: Friday 28 August First practice live: 09:00-10:30 – BBC Red Button and online Second practice live: 13:00-14:30 – BBC Red Button and online Saturday 29 August Third practice live: 10:00-11:00 – BBC Red Button and online Qualifying live: 12:10-14:10 – […]

Belgian Grand Prix weather forecast

During the BBC’s coverage of the European Grand Prix there were some comments made that this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix will be hit by rain. The track certainly has a reputation for it, but the forecast for the Ardennes region this weekend is typically uncertain. Some sites insist rain will fall on Friday, and Saturday […]

Barrichello’s win and Badoer’s struggle examined (European Grand Prix analysis)

All the signs before the race were that Rubens Barrichello had the strategy to take on the McLarens. And so it proved – but would he have won without Hamilton’s problem? Let’s take a look at how the European Grand Prix unfolded.

2009 European Grand Prix stats and facts

The European Grand Prix saw Rubens Barrichello’s first win for almost five years, and the 100th race victory for a Brazilian driver. Here’s the stats and facts round-up from the European Grand Prix.

F1 links: Badoer gets one more chance

Ferrari may replace Badoer after Spa Stefano Domenicali: "What I said exactly, to be precise, is that for us the first priority is to understand when Felipe Massa will come back. For sure it is an important race for Luca Badoer next weekend. We are expecting a big jump from him and then we will […]

European Grand Prix teams’ quotes

Here’s what the teams had to say after the European Grand Prix: McLaren Lewis made a good start from pole position, and drove a strong first stint to lead the opening laps, stretching his advantage over Heikki and Rubens Barrichello in so doing. Pitting for the first time on lap 16, Lewis resumed in fourth […]

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