1. 2010 Bahrain GP Review: Normal Service Resumes with Ferrari One-Two

    The 2010 season finally started off in what can turn out to be the most unpredictable season ever but though Alonso made his Ferrari debut in grand style by finishing 1st while Massa ...

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  2. 2010 Bahrain GP Preview: A Brave New Era Begins

    This weekend the 2010 Formula One World Championship begins and for the first time in the history of the sport, there will be four teams going into the season with nearly six drivers favorites to win the driver’s championship...

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  3. The New Era of Pay Drivers!

    The one real thing that happened in the 90s was that the entry of manufacturers insanely hiked the budgets of various teams...

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  4. Formula One 2010 Season Preview: Chaos Reigns Supreme

    The season officially begins only on 14th March, but already the 2010 season has garnered so much attention and this could be the most awaited and excited season in the history of the sport...

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  5. 2010 Season: The New Era Begins!

    The year 2010 should be the most exciting year for Formula One as the sport will see one of the strongest grids it has seen since the start of the '90s...

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  6. F1 2009 Season in Review: Jenson Button and Brawn's Cinderella Story

    F1 has seen an on-track resurgence in the last few years. Both 2007 and 2008’s titles were decided at the last race; while 2009 was dominated mostly by off-track news, it was an year where ...

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  7. Michael Schumacher Returns As the Kaiser for the Silver Arrows Team

    The rumour which has been floating around for some time now has finally been officially confirmed. One of the greatest if not the greatest Formula One driver ever,  Michael Schumacher, will ...

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  8. Nick Heidfeld: Always at the Right Place at the Wrong Time

    Nick Heidfeld is one of the most consistent and talented F1 drivers of this generation and has the dubious record of having the most number of starts without winning a race...

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  9. Will Michael "The Red Baron" Schumacher Join the Silver Arrow?

    The entire F1 world is waiting if the resident Red Baron and one of the all-time greats in the sport, Michael Schumacher, will make his miracle comeback to once again go wheel to wheel around the world with the current crop of F1 drivers...

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  10. Who Will Race for the Silver Arrow Mercedes in 2010?

    Mercedes-Benz traditionally has been one of the early power houses in F1 and finally after 55 years, Mercedes is back in grand prix racing as a constructor ever since taking over Brawn GP a few days back...

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  11. Formula One: And Then There Were None...

    The team lineup for the 2010 season was expected to be right on track after Spanish double World Champion Fernando Alonso joined Ferrari. However, only 10 of the 26 possible seats are yet to be confirmed...

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  12. Over the Curbs Awards: 2009

    Over the Curbs awards enter the second season and though it was fun giving the awards last season and deciding on a few things was very tough, the beginning of this season made me think it would ...

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  13. Abu Dhabi GP Preview: The Spectacle Descends on to the Emirates!

      Jenson Button and Brawn GP may have wrapped up the Championship at Interlagos but there is still more important battles to be fought on track apart from the grand debut of the 1st ...

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  14. Jenson Button: A True World Champion

    Jenson Button finally won his first F1 World Championship in his 10th season and his perseverance with the then Honda team finally paid off as Brawn dominated the season and helped him win the crown in style...

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  15. Brazilian GP Review: Button and Brawn Wins the 2009 Championships!

    It was truly a Cinderella story as Jenson Button drove a flawless raced backed by aggressive strategy by the Brawn GP team to win his first driver’s championship...

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  16. Brazilian GP Preview: Will Vettel and Barrichello Do the Brazilian Job?

    Sebastian Vettel going into the Brazilian GP looks like the only man who stands between Button and the World Championship but don’t discount Barrichello who despite his very poor ...

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  17. Japanese GP Review: Vettel wins to gatecrash into the Championship Race

    Sebastian Vettel drove his best race of the year to win the 2009 Japanese GP in a convincing style and still have a shot at the driver’s championship. With two races to go until the end, Vettel is trailing the leader Button by 16 points...

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  18. Japanese GP Preview: Rubens Barrichello's Last Stand

      The Japanese Grand Prix has traditionally been one of the last races on the calendar, and it has been the venue for many title-deciding races, with 12 World Champions being crowned over the 24 Japanese Grand Prix that have been hosted...

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  19. 2010 Driver Market Is Still Bizarro-Land!

    Usually by this time of the year, we will more or less know which driver will be racing for which team for the next season, but then this season is no ordinary season as one controversy has led to another...

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  20. 2009 Singapore GP Review: Hamilton Wins As Button Extends His Lead!

    Lewis Hamilton and McLaren were back on top with a thumping victory thanks to a series of unfortunate incidents to race rivals...

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  21. Singapore GP Preview: Brawn's Slugfest On Singapore Streets!

    The time has come to focus on actual racing as too many times this season, the focus has been on everything else apart from racing...

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  22. 2009 Italian GP Review: Brawn Dominates Monza and Shuts Out Bulls!

    The European leg of the Formula One season came to an end, with Brawn once again coming first and second at the Italian GP at Monza...

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  23. Italian GP Preview: Everything to Race For!

    Once again, another race weekend is bombarded by news for all the wrong reasons and what should have been a season where two independent outfits are battling for the championship after years ...

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  24. Monza and the Ferrari Seat!

    Ferrari is one of the greatest brands which exist today and though some may differ, Ferrari is F1 and F1 needs Ferrari more than Ferrari needs the sport...

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  25. 2009 Belgian GP Review: Ferrari Wins While Force India Makes History

    The Belgium Grand Prix is one of the favourite Grand Prix's for most Formula 1 fans and this year’s race did not disappoint the Tifosi in any way as Kimi Raikkonen finally managed to win a race after more than a year...

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