Sebastian Vettel should be able to pit one lap later than Jarno Trulli and Lewis Hamilton at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix. But will he be able to keep Hamilton behind at the start of the race? Here are the fuel weights in full.
Five drivers have been been moved down the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix. They are Jenson Button, Rubens Barrichello, Adrian Sutil, Sebastien Buemi and Fernando Alonso. However because of the large number of drivers that got penalties, some of them will not lose a full five places. See the Japanese Grand Prix grid.
Qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka was red-flagged three times for three different accidents. Jaime Alguersuari put his Toro Rosso in the barriers at Degner eight minutes into Q2. Then, four minutes after the session had resumed, Timo Glock crashed his Toyota at the final turn. In Q3 it was Heikki Kovalainen’s turn […]
Ari Vatanen feels he is the front runner in the FIA president election race following Max Mosley’s letter urging people to vote for Jean Todt. Vatanen told this site: It is very sad he has done this. But they know we are leading now. If he knew they were leading he would never write such […]
Codemasters have released a new video showing how the Suzuka circuit, scene of this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, will look in their forthcoming game F1 2009. The game goes on sale on November 20th in the UK and November 19th in the rest of Europe. See the press release below for more on-sale information. Press […]
The first two F1 practice sessions at Suzuka were disrupted by heavy rain. This was a blow for the eight F1 drivers who haven’t competed in an F1 race weekend at the circuit and badly needed time to acclimatise. But it should make for an unpredictable qualifying session tomorrow. Kamui Kobayashi made his first appearance […]
The F1 Fanatic Predictions Championship is finely balanced with just three races left. And with little meaningful running at Suzuka on Friday it’s going to be even harder than ever to get those predictions right. Guess the Japanese Grand Prix pole sitter and top three finishers below.