Sebastian Vettel may be starting from pole position but Jenson Button is carrying more fuel than the Red Bull driver. Button’s Brawn is fuelled around two laps longer than Vettel and Mark Webber, fourth on the grid, is fuelled even further. Fuel weights in full below.
Timo Glock looks ahead to this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix and answers questions from fans in this video from Toyota.
F1 may finally be broadcast in true HD for the first time ever later this year. Discussions are under way about broadcasting the 2009 F1 season finale – the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – in high definition.
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Red Bull’s sprawling mega-motorhome, dubbed the ‘Energy Station’, has been temporarily replaced for the Turkish Grand Prix. Unable to get their Monaco Grand Prix ‘floaterhome’ (I still hate that word) moved in time, the team brought this one along instead. It’s usually used for truck racing, which begs the question, is there any form of […]