36SHARESFacebookTwitterGoogleRedditWhatsapp Pre-race, I read data from the last ten Spanish GPs and it revealed that the race was either won by the pole sitter (9 times) or by the driver starting from the front row (once). Then when I remembered that the pole sitter for the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix was Pastor Maldonado and hence […]
21SHARESFacebookTwitterGoogleRedditWhatsapp The 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix was possibly the most controversial race on the Formula1 calendar of the 2012 Formula1 season. However, what the race wasn’t was a ‘Bore-rain’ like its last edition held back in 2010. My thoughts from the 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel clinched a pole to flag win (well almost!) […]
It was a typical Malaysian Grand Prix and you know what I mean when I say that! The late start in the day meant that the threat of thunderstorms was apparent and they did disrupt the race for nearly 50mins before we had a restart.