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2011 Monaco Grand Prix- Sebastian Vettel Clinches 5th Pole Of The Season

Posted: May 28, 2011 at 5:43 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, F1 News, Monaco, Qualifying

Monaco is the most awaited GP on the Formula1 calendar. Street circuits separate the men from the boys and driving around the narrow streets of Monaco does need some guts. I missed going to Monaco this year, but there’s always a next time! Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing clinched their 5th pole of the […]

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Postponing The Indian GP Could Be A Win-Win For All

Posted: May 27, 2011 at 7:49 pm   /   Bahrain, F1 in India, F1 News, India

Cancellation of the Bahrain Grand Prix meant a lot of headaches for the teams, organizers and of course Bernie Ecclestone. Headaches weren’t only in terms of logistics, but also finances. Most teams would have faced contractual pay cuts from sponsors due to one less GP in the season. Hosts would’ve lost the revenue they would […]

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Mike Coughlan To Williams, Sam Michael To Ferrari?

Posted: May 26, 2011 at 6:53 pm   /   Business of Motorsport, F1 Features, F1 News, Teams

Mike Coughlan’s appointment at WilliamsF1 is pretty dated. He replaces Sam Michael at WilliamsF1, who is now rumoured to replace Aldo Costa in Ferrari. Do these moves indicate a trend? I might be shooting off the lip here, but the trend does indicate that Formula1 might be facing a talent crunch. Consider this: Ross Brawn […]

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2011 Spanish Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel Wins Again

Posted: May 24, 2011 at 4:01 pm   /   F1 News, Spain, Sunday Race Day

The 2011 Spanish Grand Prix was a mixed bag for me. I was certain that the ARW wouldn’t aid overtaking and it didn’t. I was also certain that the Pirelli tyres would once again come to the rescue of the F1 fans and they did. Sebastian Vettel won his 4th GP of the season, from […]

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