Rain at the 2001 Malaysian Grand Prix produced a cracking race. Here are a few videos of one of Michael Schumacher’s best wins.
British F1 fans will be able to enjoy live Formula 1 free from adverts next year as the BBC have won the right to screen live coverage. ITV has broadcasted the sport since 1996 and angered many fans by missing up to 15 minutes of every race with advert breaks. Last year ITV missed the […]
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The prospects of a wet Malaysian Grand Prix are growing every day. And the new surface at Sepang will make the race even harder to predict.
Bernie Ecclestone is talking about getting rid of championship points: What I want to see is the winner of the most number of races as world champion, and second places only to be used if the top two finish the season with the same number of wins. The constructors would keep the existing system. And […]
This is Toyota’s video preview of the 2008 Malaysian Grand Prix: find out more about how the drivers and cars are prepared for the high temperature and humidity, plus hear from drivers Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock and others from the Toyota team. More Formula 1 videos in the F1 videos section.
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Australia was an unmitigated disaster for Ferrari, and the Italian press left them in no doubt of that. Tuttosport said: “Raikkonen was a shadow of himself and Massa [was] inattentive. Not since 1992 has Ferrari started a season so badly.” They pointed out that it was the team’s first race without Jean Todt (who joined […]
The inter-team battle between the McLaren drivers at Melbourne was spoiled by the appearance of the safety car. Instead of challenging Lewis Hamilton for the lead, team mate Heikki Kovalainen ended up scrapping for fourth place with Fernando Alonso. Will we see that battle re-joined in Sepang?
F1 2008 started with a bang in Australia – and as a weekend did more to vindicate the views the armchair enthusiast (you and I) have held about F1 for a long time. Before the action even kicked off, I thought that Bernie Ecclestone?óÔé¼Ôäós comments demanding that Australia move to a night time race to […]