Rubens Barrichello’s career in video (p1)

F1 Fanatic guest writer Journeyer begins a new series of F1 driver retrospectives with a look at the most experienced driver of them all: Rubens Barrichello. Rubens Barrichello won the first Chinese Grand Prix in 2004 – in fact, that was his last victory to date. In this first part of a look back on […]

F1 links: Diffusers ‘legal’ says Mail

Formula One championship leader Button to be told his Brawn car is legal "A paddock insider has revealed the court will be reluctant to contradict two sets of stewards who declared the diffusers legal before the Australian and Malaysian grands prix." Don’t blame Hamilton for lying when it goes on all the time in F1 […]

Catch me on live TV tonight

I’m going to be on Sky News at around tonight talking about the diffuser debate. It’s a live broadcast starting at around 7pm – do leave a comment if you manage to tune in! I’ve been on the programme twice before – you can see video of it here and here.

FIA to rule on legality of Brawn, Williams and Toyota diffusers (Poll)

The FIA International Court of Appeal will today finally rule on whether the ‘double decker’ diffusers used by Brawn GP, Toyota and Williams are legal.

Chinese Grand Prix weather forecast

The Chinese Grand Prix weekend is expected to be dry at the moment. However some forecasts are indicating a slight chance of rain on Sunday. The earlier appearance of the Chinese Grand Prix on this year’s calendar has increased the likelihood of rain this weekend. Two separate forecasts point to a 30% chance of rain […]

F1 links: Ferrari swap Baldisserri for Dyer

Baldisserri gets factory role in reshuffle "The staff changes mean that Baldisserri will no longer attend races, with his role at the races now being taken by chief track engineer Chris Dyer." James Allen on the diffuser hearing "Ferrari, McLaren, Renault and Red Bull know that the first four races – a quarter of the […]

Max Chilton’s jump start in pictures

I’ve been at Oulton Park today watching the British Formula Three and GT races. I was opposite the start line as the 2009 F3 championship got under way and pole sitter Max Chilton made one of the most hilariously blatant jump starts I’ve ever seen – have a look for yourself:

Button eyes hat-trick at Shanghai (Chinese Grand Prix preview)

F1 returns to Shanghai for the Chinese Grand Prix just five races since its last visit. The earlier appearance for the track on the schedule means the teams can expect cooler conditions – and a greater chance of rain. They will also have to get to grips with the super-soft tyre which caused so many […]

Moto GP cancels night race due to rain

The Singapore Grand Prix organisers will be casting worried glances in the direction of Qatar at the moment. Moto GP was due to kick of its 2009 season at the Gulf state with a night race, but it was abandoned due to heavy rain. According to the BBC: Qatar has an average of eight days’ […]

Chinese Grand Prix TV schedule

The Chinese Grand Prix, round three of the 2009 F1 championship, is one this weekend. Here’s where BBC are broadcasting the coverage for British viewers. All sessions are supported by radio commentary (on Five Live or Five Live Sports Extra) and are broadcast online. Friday 17th April 2:55-4:35am First practice live (Red button) 6:55-8:35am Second […]

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