March 2011

2011 Australian Grand Prix – Vettel Wins, Petrov Rises and Perez Impresses

Posted: March 28, 2011 at 1:46 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, Australia, F1 News

Sebastian Vettel stomped his authority on the 2011 Australian Grand Prix and going by his domination on track he may well have stomped his authority on the 2011 Formula1 season. Jumping the gun, am I? Possibly yes! But if you were to map his pace against his rivals, you will agree that we might just […]

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The 107% Qualifying Rule and Banning Of The Blue Flag

Posted: March 28, 2011 at 1:43 pm   /   F1 News, F1 Rules

F1 2010 saw the new comer teams struggle to match the pace of the front runners. They were classified as ‘moving chicanes’ and were often thought to be unsafe moving obstacles on track. While the teams tried, they struggled to find pace throughout 2010. Whether 2011 will be any better remains to be seen, however, […]

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Adjustable Rear Wing or Ambiguous Rear Wing

Posted: March 10, 2011 at 3:34 pm   /   F1 News, F1 Testing

The ARW or Adjustable Rear Wing is a novel concept that will be introduced in the 2011 season. Teams and drivers are already testing their systems in the pre-season tests and while the wing does seem interesting at work, there are a few doubts and concerns that have been raised and yet to be addressed. […]

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The Fun Part Of Formula1 Testing

Posted: March 2, 2011 at 11:40 am   /   F1 News, F1 Testing

It is pre-season testing time and I hear a lot of fans say that ‘testing is boring.’ Since I am associated with the sport, I do know that testing is important, but I certainly disagree that testing is boring. Infact, teams can be accused of making the races boring. They rarely ever try new things […]

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