CHINESE GRAND PRIX

By Lee Catuzzi

Opened for F1 business in September 2008 and switched to April the next year where it rained all day.
This is probably the circuit where drivers must look after their tyres very carefully and their petrol especially at the first two stints of the race.
Long straight and also a very long pit stop indeed. Strategies will play a big part here. With a chance of rain the overall plans will go out of the window and we may see a forth new driver clinging the top spot on the podium.

Schumacher has already said that he is still very much in the running for the championship and somehow I won’t dismiss it as Alonso bravely pointed that out too. Everything is still to play for and the season won’t really kick in until it reaches Europe at the Circuit de Catalunya, in Spain on 7-9 May 2010.

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