1. 2011 Malaysian GP Review: Flawless Vettel Dominates Dominates Sepang

    Sebastian Vettel won his second race of the season with an ease that for most part of the season he was on his own...

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  2. 2011 Australian GP Review: Vettel Dominates While Rest Watches

    Sebastian Vettel, the reigning world champion had no problems winning the 2011 Australian GP a race which he dominated from pole and he won without even a challenge...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 3 years ago 200 reads 1 comments

  3. 2011 Season Preview: Driver, Team and Championship Predictions

    The 2010 season turned out to be the most exciting Formula 1 campaign ever, and until the last race, four drivers were in contention for the Drivers' Championship...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 3 years ago 548 reads 4 comments

  4. Who Will Have the Force for 2011?

    Force India may have just finished ahead of Sauber and Toro Rosso in the 2010 F1 constructors championship, but then Sauber just recovered from the whole BMW exit fiasco...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 3 years ago 383 reads 2 comments

  5. Formula 1: 2010 Over the Curbs Awards

    We all thought that 2007 was one of the greatest F1 seasons ever and wondered if anything else could beat it. But this year, five drivers were battling for the World Championship...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 3 years ago 1,300 reads 1 comments

  6. 2011 F1 Season: the Funny Driver Market that Never Was

    The 2010 driver market was thrown completely out of control after Alonso joined Ferrari, Button quit Brawn GP, and Michael Schumacher made a dramatic comeback when he joined the revived Mercedes GP team...

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  7. Hungarian GP: Webber Uses “Team Strategy” to Win While Vettel Robbed

    F1 and hypocrisy goes hand in hand as, while just a week back, Ferrari was criticized by every single British writer and non-Ferrari fan for issuing team orders, but Christian Horner, ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about almost 4 years ago 562 reads 9 comments

  8. British GP Preview: RBR and McLaren Fight It out at Battle of Britain

    Red Bull Heads into the British GP as the Favourites, with Vettel going in carrying some very good form after winning a Stunning European GP. His teammate should be happy to just leave racing alone after a horrid crash saw him airborne for some time...

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  9. The Michael Schumacher Problem

    Michael Schumacher is statistically the most successful driver in the history of F1, and he could also be the best driver to have ever raced...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 1,205 reads 12 comments

  10. 2010 European GP: Vettel Takes Controversial Win

    Sebastien Vettel won his first European GP on the streets of Valencia last weekend, and this win will ensure that he is back on track for the World Championship hunt...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 185 reads 1 comments

  11. 2010 European GP Preview: Can the Prancing Horses Catch Up with McLaren?

    McLaren and Lewis Hamilton are on a roll after back-to-back one two for the team and will be looking for a hat-trick of wins, but the biggest competition for Hamilton will be his teammate ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 80 reads 0 comments

  12. 2010 Canadian GP Review: McLaren Edges out Red Bulls at Montreal

    Ever since the fateful corner at Turkey where Red Bull pushed its self destruct button when Webber and Vettel collided, McLaren has seen a revival and for the second straight race, Hamilton and Button have managed a one —two...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 138 reads 2 comments

  13. 2010 Canadian GP: Will McLaren Able to Capitalize on the Bull Run-Ins?

    The Canadian GP is back after a break of one year, but so far the consequences of the events which unfolded in Turkey is still hovering Montreal like a dark shadow and with rain expected, this could be the race which could define the future of F1...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 102 reads 2 comments

  14. 2010 Monaco GP Review: Bulls Conquer the Streets of Monaco

    Red Bull went into the Monaco GP as the team to beat and they ended up thoroughly dominating the street circuit with Webber winning his second race of the season with teammate Vettel, coming in second ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 192 reads 2 comments

  15. 2010 Monaco GP Preview: Can the Bull Run continue on the streets too?

    The most prestigious grand prix of the season will take place this week at the principality of Monaco. Though the race on the streets of Monaco has its own mystique it is also one ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 89 reads 0 comments

  16. 2010 Spanish GP Review: Bulls on Rampage with a Webber Win

    Red Bull went to a race once again looking as the team to beat and though there were some hiccups for Vettel, Mark Webber had no problem and won his third race of his career in an empathic manner...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  17. 2010 Spanish GP: The Fight for the Championship Starts Now

    The European leg of the F1 has in the past traditionally separated the boys from the men. Last season, though, Williams and Toyota were close to Brawn during the Asian leg of the calendar, ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about 4 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  18. F1 2010 Season: The Race to the Championship

    Only four races are over this season, and already we have had three different winners, and three different people leading the championship...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 4 years ago 358 reads 1 comments

  19. 2010 Chinese GP Review: Button Wins with Mercedes Power In China

    Jenson Button won his second race of the year and won the Chinese GP under wet conditions to take lead in the driver’s championship. Jenson Button had a flawless drive where a mix of solid driving and good tire strategy won him the race...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 4 years ago 214 reads 1 comments

  20. 2010 Chinese Grand Prix: Ferrari and McLaren Seek Redemption During Bull Run

    Red Bull Racing (RBR) totally dominated the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix two weeks ago with a perfect race that saw Sebastien Vettel win his first Formula 1 (F1) race of the season, followed by teammate Mark Webber coming in second...

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  21. The Red Baron Is No More, Will the Silver Knight Rise Again?

    Michael Schumacher is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, driver ever in motorsport history. He is a former seven-time World Champion and holds every record possible...

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  22. 2010 Malaysian GP Review: Vettel Wins with Red Bull 1-2

    Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull showed that why they were the most feared team before the season started as finally the Red Bull managed to hold up and Vettel drove the perfect race to finish a one-two for the team with Mark Webber coming in second...

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  23. 2010 Malaysian GP Preview: Vettel Will Win if He Manages To Finish

    After a boring start to the season at Bahrain, it was a slugfest at the Australian GP, and Jenson Button would definitely feel vindicated after a stunning win on a wet track due to a great gamble and Vettel’s reliability issues...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 4 years ago 223 reads 3 comments

  24. 2010 Australian GP Review: Jenson Button Wins a Thrilling Race

    Jenson Button winning races during the first half of the 2009 season was such a common sight that when he signed for McLaren for this season, no one believed that he could win a race so early this season...

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  25. 2010 Australian GP Preview: Ferrari Sprinting While Bulls Pray for Rain!

    The most anticipated F1 season ever started at Bahrain two weeks back, but it turned out to be a very boring encounter with qualifying, the first corner, and a faulty Renault engine ...

    Ravikumar Rajagopal Written by Ravikumar Rajagopal about over 4 years ago 204 reads 2 comments