Driver Reprimands To Be Replaced By Grid Penalties In Formula1

Posted: June 20, 2011 at 5:45 pm

Drivers being reprimanded are a common sight in Formula1. Don’t believe me? Ask Lewis Hamilton! Till the Monaco GP, Hamilton had been summoned by the Stewards at least 5 times. At the recently held Spanish GP, Hamilton escaped with a reprimand post-race for not reducing his pace adequately under yellow flags. However, Hamilton isn’t alone. […]

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Observations From The 2011 Canadian Grand Prix: Vettel Succumbs, Button Wins And Schumacher Shines

Posted: June 13, 2011 at 3:31 pm

The 2011 Canadian Grand Prix will go down in history as one of the longest races in the history of Formula1. The total time taken to complete the race was about 4 hours 4 minutes, but much of that time was spent under a Red Flag period that lasted over 2 and a half hours. […]

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Observations From the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted: June 12, 2011 at 8:42 am

Sebastian Vettel clinched his 6th pole in 7 races, taking his total tally of poles to 21. Ferrari looked quicker than they ever have while Mclaren seemed to lack pace in yesterday’s qualifying session. Observations from the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix Qualifying: Sebastian Vettel clinched his 6th pole of the season and this was also […]

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Formula1 Politics, Power Struggle And A Formula1 Fan

Posted: June 11, 2011 at 8:09 am

Politics have always been around in Formula1, but have been most active in the last two years. 2009 saw the FOTA threaten to start their own breakaway series following a series of disagreements with the commercial rights owners who ran the sport. 2011 has seen an increased interest from companies and individuals who wish to […]

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