Shanghai: Ferrari’s stomping ground (2008 Chinese Grand Prix preview)

Ferrari has an enviable record at the home of the Chinese Grand Prix: 2004 winner: Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari 2005 winner: Fernando Alonso, Renault 2006 winner: Michael Schumacher, Ferrari 2007 winner: Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari On the face of it, Ferrari will be the team to beat this weekend, which is good news for Felipe Massa’s title […]

Chinese Grand Prix weather forecast

The weather forecast for the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend is for a largely dry event. There’s a small chance of rain on race day, and air temperatures will be in the mid to low 20s (Celsius). Details and links below.

FOTA discusses F1 refuelling ban

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Toyota video on F1 electronics


Video on F1 technology

Any truth in di Resta rumours?

DTM star linked to Force India for 2009

Will Honda drop Barrichello for 2009?

Rubens Barrichello became the most experienced F1 driver of all time earlier this year. But that, his nine Grand Prix wins and a well-deserved podium in the rain at Silverstone this year may not be enough to earn him a place on the 2009 grid. Should Honda keep Barrichello?

Links: Alonso backs Massa

Alonso wants Massa to win title

Japanese Grand Prix progress chart

Here’s the Japanese Grand Prix progress chart showing how far apart each of the drivers were on each lap. It shows how Renault strategically out-manoeuvred BMW to get Fernando Alonso ahead of Robert Kubica, and how Kubica fought a rearguard action to keep Raikkonen behind.

2008 Japanese GP stats and facts

Fernando Alonso became the first driver to win the Japanese Grand Prix at two different venues. Sebastien Bourdais led a race for the first time, and his penalty allowed Mark Webber to reach his points century. Here’s the statistics round-up from the Japanese Grand Prix.

2008 Japanese Grand Prix pictures


Re-live the Japanese Grand Prix with this selection of 30 high-resolution photographs from the race covering all of the teams.