Monthly Archives: March 2012

Why Perez Isn’t The Only Man For Massa’s Seat

After an excellent 2nd place drive by Sauber driver Sergio Perez at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, many have speculated that Perez – a part of the Ferrari young driver program – will graduate into Felipe Massa’s race seat … Continue reading

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Karthikeyan a ‘cucumber’ says Vettel

  Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel finished 11th in the Malaysian Grand Prix today, and the double world champion was understandably frustrated after an excellent 2nd just one week ago in Australia. The German had a coming together with HRT … Continue reading

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Alonso Wins Eventful Malaysian Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso held his nerve to take the checkered flag in Sepang under pressure from an impressive Sergio Perez. The Spaniard looked destined to be caught by the young Mexican as he reeled Alonso in by a second per lap … Continue reading

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Malaysia GP Preview

For those of you that don’t have Sky Sports F1 and get your F1 practice session updates via the BBC Sport website or similar, here’s a few things you may have missed that could play a crucial part in Sunday’s race. Hamilton may … Continue reading

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Australian Grand Prix Team Review

What a difference a winter makes! This time last year, Red Bull were expected to dominate  – as they did the previous season – and they duly delivered. This year? Nobody knew what to expect, and this mystery translated into … Continue reading

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F1 2012 – A Brief Shakedown

With all the confusion testing causes, it’s no wonder people don’t know what to expect from Formula 1 this season. One minute a McLaren’s fastest, then Red Bull, then Sauber, then Lotus – the pundits have tipped this season to … Continue reading

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