Shanghai has been a Ferrari stronghold since it arrived on the F1 calendar four years ago. With fairly cool but dry weather expected this weekend and Bridgestone bringing their harder compound tyres, I think we’ll see McLaren score their first win in China this weekend.
Fernando Alonso told his home press earlier this week: ?σΤιΌ?τYes, no doubt, if I can help, I will help Massa.?σΤιΌ?Ψ. He followed that up in the press conference ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix weekend with: When I said this in Fuji what I meant is that now we have a competitive car it seems […]
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 […]
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. […]