F1 Grand Prix of Brazil 2010 – Qualifying Roundup

A fantastic lap from Niko H├╝lkenberg in fast-changing damp conditions, timing it just right for both slicks and crossing the line late to get in his flying lap. Given how far ahead of his team-mate he was, not to mention … Continue reading

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F1 Korean Grand Prix 2010 – Circuit Analysis

We’ve had a few new circuits to F1 in recent years, and if Bernie has his way – as he usually does – the trend will continue. So let’s take a look at the new (and by new I mean … Continue reading

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F1 Grand Prix of Italy 2010 – Qualifying Analysis

Qualifying largely came down to one thing: to f-duct or not to f-duct. Once that was decided, you had to decide how much wing you would put on. At one end we have Jenson Button with a huge amount of … Continue reading

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F1 Grand Prix of Italy 2010 – Qualifying Roundup

An intriguing Qualifying, giving us much to think about, with no real hard facts – but then, the race wouldn’t be worth having if we knew everything. One thing’s for sure, the Ferraris are quicker than expected and look to … Continue reading

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F1 Grand Prix of Italy 2010 – Practice Roundup

Practice revealed an unusual amount of trialling different aero solutions, even by this year’s standards. Perceived wisdom has the McLarens as favourites, with their well-developed F-duct system expected to give them a real boost on Monza’s long straights. The tightening … Continue reading

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Nigel Mansell Stars In TV Commercial

Ex Formula One World Champion Nigel Mansell is back in the spotlight. This time it’s not as a race steward, but in an amusing short TV commercial in which he regains a familiar look. Courtesy of Moneysupermarket.com Tweet

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F1 Grand Prix of Italy 2010 – Friday Comedy At The First Chicane

You have to hand it to the Italians – they’re often comically inept, or they have a great sense of humour, or both. For a few years now, the accepted solution at the first chicane has been to block the … Continue reading

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Front Wings Again – Analysis and Comment

Despite the four-week break (and didn’t it seem like an eternity for fans), the flexible wing controversy has rumbled on, with the FIA’s introduction of a new test only partially dampening things. Looking specifically at the Red Bull in a … Continue reading

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Flexible Front Wings – Analysis and Comment

David Coulthard has stated that the Red Bull and Ferrari front wings have passed scrutineering and are therefore legal. But the video and photographic evidence clearly show the wings both flex and are closer to the ground than stated in … Continue reading

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F1 Hungary Grand Prix 2010 – Number Two Blitzes The Field

“Not bad for a number two driver” was how Mark Webber signed off his last victory, but Red Bull’s actions today spoke louder than their words then that they will support both of their drivers. Vettel pitted late as the … Continue reading

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