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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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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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