- Mar 27, 2011
- Alex Comerford
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- It looked to be a great day for Sauber initially, as Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi (pictured) finished in seventh and eighth places, however they were both to be disqualified for a technical infringement to do with the rear wing actuators.
Lewis Hamilton powered to his second win of the season at the Hungarian Grand Prix, fending off late pressure from Lotus’ Kimi Raikkonen. The Finn’s team-mate, Romain Grosjean, was third, with...
The changing weather in qualifying for the German Grand Prix created a perfect storm of difficult decisions for race engineers and team strategists. F1 reporter Matt Youson explains what goes through...
In his latest blog from trackside at the German Grand Prix, Justin Hynes wonders why the organisers at Hockenheim are better at dealing with rain than the Brits and makes a case for a fairer system...
Lewis Hamilton took McLaren’s 150th pole position in Spain as the Red Bulls slumped to eighth for Sebastian Vettel and 12th for Mark Webber
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Mercedes-powered cars dominated Friday practice at Sepang but Red Bull Racing and Toro Rosso were hot on their heels...
Before the serious work in Abu Dhabi began, Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber found some time for a trip into the Al Khatim Desert, where he gained experience of an alternative mode of transport to his...