Observations From The 2011 Spanish Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted: May 22, 2011 at 11:38 am

As Formula1 enters Europe, the Spanish GP has been much anticipated for many reasons. First, teams have tested here pre-season, which gives them extra circuit knowledge and data to make their cars go quicker. Second, many teams plan their updates for the first round of the European leg of the season which again adds to […]

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Airtel To Sponsor The Indian Formula1 Grand Prix

Posted: May 15, 2011 at 5:44 pm

Unconfirmed reports via a prominent Indian sports business website claim that Airtel has signed up as the ‘title sponsor’ of the Indian Grand Prix. The news was unconfirmed by the organizers of the GP as well as the Indian telecom major, Airtel. Airtel’s entry into Formula1 is not unexpected, after all leading Indian brands are […]

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Observations from 2011 Turkish Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted: May 8, 2011 at 8:24 am

It was in Turkey last year when I made by GP debut. While the plans were always to debut as a Formula1 racer, I debuted as a team personnel. Saturday’s qualifying in Turkey was interesting and here are a few observations: Fernando Alonso managed to qualify 5th again in this race. He has started from […]

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Trends From First Three Grand Prixs Of F1 2011, Expectations From Turkey

Posted: May 5, 2011 at 9:16 pm

The 2011 Chinese Grand Prix brought a much needed end to Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel’s dominance. While I am a huge Vettel fan, I feared a 2004-style Ferrari-Schumacher repeat where Michael Schumacher won most races, but also managed to shoo the fans away from the sport. However, if the Chinese Grand Prix is […]

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