Snapshots from the 2011 Chinese Grand Prix

Posted: May 5, 2011 at 9:04 pm

I usually try and update my blog within a day post the GP, however, my Force India F1 Academy duties have kept me away from scribbling. I had to list down my thoughts before Turkey began, so here they are: The 2011 Chinese Grand Prix showed that strategy was key to victory and to confusion! […]

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Observations From The 2011 Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying

Posted: April 17, 2011 at 6:32 am

Back-to-back racing weekends are a treat for racing fans. Barely 4 days break between the Malaysian Grand Prix and the Friday Free Practice in Shanghai. However, this also means that teams are spending more time in air than on ground to cover distances. Consecutive races also mean that performances are pretty much standard and room […]

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2011 Malaysian Grand Prix – Vettel Scores Two On Two As Rain Gods Score Zero

Posted: April 11, 2011 at 8:51 pm

Sebastian Vettel came, saw and conquered! But that’s not exactly the true story of the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix. Yes, Vettel did score a much deserved win, but at one point of the race, not many knew who would win! Mixed tyre strategies, KERS and DRS related issues and of course the non-arrival of the […]

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2011 Malaysian Grand Prix: Karun Sits Out; Narain Qualifies In His HRT

Posted: April 9, 2011 at 1:23 pm

Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton drove near-perfect laps to clinch P1 and P2 in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix. The most exciting part of Saturday’s Qualifying session was that the top 4 drivers were separated by less than 4 tenths of a second. Moreover, the top 5 grid positions in Sepang are the same […]

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