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A Tweak In Qualifying Rules Expected In The 2011 F1 Season

Posted: June 28, 2011 at 6:15 pm

There seems to be a loophole that exists in the current qualifying format in 2011 and I believe that we might just see a change in rules mid-season. I know that most F1 fans dislike rule changes in the middle of the season, but this one won’t affect the F1 viewer much and won’t actually […]

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Observations From The 2011 European Grand Prix: 85,217 Spectators Witness Yet Another Vettel Victory

Posted: June 27, 2011 at 6:02 pm

If the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix went down in history as one of the longest races, the 2011 European Grand Prix could well go down as one of the most boring ones. Nearly 2 hours and 57 laps later, the race in Valencia saw a 100% start-to-finish ratio, a feat that has only been achieved […]

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Observations From The 2011 European Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted: June 26, 2011 at 10:17 am

Sebastian Vettel clinched his 7th pole of the 2011 Formula1 season in what was an anti-climax of a qualifying session in Valencia. Mark Webber in the other Red Bull will start second in today’s race. Observations from European Grand Prix Qualifying: The European Grand Prix is the second GP in Spain in a span of […]

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Interesting F1 Statistics From The 2011 Canadian Grand Prix

Posted: June 25, 2011 at 7:08 pm

– Off the 7 Grand Prix held in 2011, only 3 drivers have registered 7 finishes from 7 starts – 19 drivers haven’t led a single lap this year, including Mark Webber and Michael Schumacher – Sebastian Vettel has finished 7 races with 5 wins and two 2nd place finishes. This means that Vettel’s worst […]

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