How Lewis Hamilton can win the race – for Toyota (Bahrain GP pre-race analysis)

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The fuel loads have confirmed the suspicions that the Toyotas ran with lower fuel loads than their rivals to take control of the first row of the grid. On row two we find the two drivers most likely to become our title protagonists: race winners Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button. Which one of these is … Continue reading How Lewis Hamilton can win the race – for Toyota (Bahrain GP pre-race analysis)

Bahrain Grand Prix grid

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Here is the grid for the 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix: 1. Jarno Trulli 1???33.431 2. Timo Glock 1???33.712 3. Sebastian Vettel 1???34.015 4. Jenson Button 1???34.044 5. Lewis Hamilton 1???34.196 6. Rubens Barrichello 1???34.239 7. Fernando Alonso 1???34.578 8. Felipe Massa 1???34.818 9. Nico Rosberg 1???35.134 10. Kimi Raikkonen 1???35.380 11. Heikki Kovalainen 1???33.242 12. … Continue reading Bahrain Grand Prix grid

Predict the Bahrain Grand Prix pole sitter and podium and win cool F1 prizes

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It’s time for the second round of the 2009 F1 Fanatic Predictions Championship. Don’t worry if you missed the first round at China last weekend – the mixed-up race meant the scores were fairly low. Plus we have some new prizes up for grabs – and more to come soon as well. Place your predictions … Continue reading Predict the Bahrain Grand Prix pole sitter and podium and win cool F1 prizes

The F1 coverage debates: What do Asian fans think of ESPN Star Sports?

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We’ve already covered the new BBC coverage in Britain and how Speed TV broadcast F1 in America. Now guest writer Jay Menon tells us about ESPN Star Sports’ Asian F1 broadcasts… For a region as big as Asia, it?s a pity its F1 fans and motor sport lovers get such poor television coverage. I am … Continue reading The F1 coverage debates: What do Asian fans think of ESPN Star Sports?

No F1 game from Codemasters until 2010 ?ǣ unless you?ve got a Wii or PSP

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The last official F1 video game came out in 2006 – so there?s a palpable sense of frustration among many race game fans at the news Codemasters? ??next gen? F1 racer is at least another 12 months off. Codemasters today confirmed rumours that their new F1 title won?t appear until 2010 for top-of-the-range formats like … Continue reading No F1 game from Codemasters until 2010 ?ǣ unless you?ve got a Wii or PSP

F1 links: Ecclestone F1 collection display

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The Official Ecclestone car collection to wow crowds in Bahrain "A dazzling selection of 24 of these cars is to be displayed at the Bahrain International Circuit during the sixth running of the Bahrain Grand Prix and will be open throughout the weekend to race spectators. It includes some of the most famous racing cars … Continue reading F1 links: Ecclestone F1 collection display

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