Abu Dhabi GP preview – Yas Marina

By Pat Espresso This is it. After 18 races and the best part of a year, the F1 drivers’ world championship race comes down to a straight fight between three drivers and two teams in the desert heat of the Gulf. After the snooze-fest that kicked off the series in Bahrain in March, who could … Continue reading

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX PREVIEW

There is no point denying that this particular track will favour the Red Bull but the McLaren and Ferrari drivers won’t stand and stare.

HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX PREVIEW

Red Bull will be hugely troubled by the performance of the Ferrari and will be hoping the controversy will prevent the team from extracting similar levels of performance around the dusty, 4,381 kilometre Hungaroring.

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 … Continue reading

A look at the 2010 F1 season

With the new Formula One season about to start in Bahrain next weekend, there is a lot of excitement among the fans as the 2010 will probably prove to be the most notorious of all.

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