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- Looking Back: Our Chinese Grands Prix
- Christian Klien, China, 2005
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- Christian Klien finished fourth in Shanghai in 2005 after starting back in 14th place on the grid.
Seventh place for the better of the two RB8s is a puzzling qualifying result for Red Bull Racing, but as Mark Webber says, this is a peculiar time for Formula One
Chinese Grand Prix: Springing A Surprise In Shanghai Apr 14, 2012
A form-bucking grid for the Chinese Grand Prix has thrown up the prospect of some curious results. We look at a few potential upsets
Chinese Grand Prix: Magical for Mercedes Apr 14, 2012
Nico Rosberg claimed a first pole position and will start the Chinese Grand Prix with Michael Schumacher alongside him in the first all-Mercedes front row since the 1950s.
Mark Webber reckons he and team-mate Sebastian Vettel will both steal set-up ideas from each other after they drove radically different cars in free practice ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix…
by Sebastian Vettel
Ahead of the GP in China, World Champion Sebastian Vettel took sime time out from the track to save the world in his very first martial arts movie, Kung Fu Vettel: Drive Of The Dragon...
The Chinese Grand Prix has the F1 paddock isolated and unable to communicate. If that’s not a metaphor we really don’t know what is…