It was a typical Malaysian Grand Prix and you know what I mean when I say that! The late start in the day meant that the threat of thunderstorms was apparent and they did disrupt the race for nearly 50mins before we had a restart.
The weekend in Sepang has already seen dry and wet sessions, infact, fire made an appearance too in the Lotus hospitality unit. If the race stays dry, I expect the Mclarens fighting the Red Bulls and Lotus for victory. However, if it rains, my money would be on Schumacher or Button to take top honours and Alonso and Hulkenberg to make a race out of it!
(Alternative headline was â€˜Is HRT TATAâ€™s Biggest Mistake In Formula1?â€™) It pained me to see Narain Karthikeyan struggle in the Hispania Racing Teamâ€™s F112 around the Albert Park circuit in Australia last weekend. This was HRT’s second Australian GP in a row where they failed to qualify for the race. While my heart goes out […]
After the closely contested qualifying session of the 2012 Australian Grand Prix (Read post: 2012 Australian Grand Prix Qualifying Report) the race was expected to be exciting with most fans not knowing what to expect! Would the Mclarens trot to victory or would it be a Schumacher win with Grosjean being the dark horse? Also, would Red Bull Racing emerge faster in race pace and what about the ailing Ferraris?