1. Red Bull Collision Could Be 2010 Turning Point

    The high profile and dramatic collision between the Red Bull Racing drivers, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel, not only cost them the Turkish GP but could potentially end up being the turning point of the 2010 season...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 518 reads 2 comments

  2. Re-Fuelling Ban Created Thrilling Turkish GP

    The re-fuelling ban may have attracted many critics after a very processional Bahrain GP but it was the catalyst that created the thrilling Turkish GP...

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  3. Where Can Red Bull Be Threatened Now?

    In the last two rounds in Spain and Monaco, Red Bull has finally started to turn their superiority over the rest of the field into big results...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  4. Kimi Raikkonen F1 Return Looking Unlikely

    2010’s star studied driver line-up is the strongest F1 has had since the 1980's. However, one man missing from the current field is Kimi Raikkonen , who left F1 last season to try his hand at rallying...

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  5. F1 Teammate Wars Could Impact Title Race

    A key theme of the 2010 Formula 1 championship is the intense driver rivalries we are seeing in all of the top teams...

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  6. Kubica Could Be This Year's Monaco Grand Prix Surprise

    Due to the uniqueness of the Monte-Carlo track, it has had a tendency to produce surprise results most years...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 353 reads 1 comments

  7. Monaco Qualifying Debate is Nonsense

    Heading into the Monaco GP, drivers and teams are concerned about weekend traffic. That’s not the normal everyday road traffic that circulates the streets of Monte-Carlo when ...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 304 reads 5 comments

  8. Monaco Critical Race for Red Bull's Rivals

    There is no respite for the F1 circus this weekend as we head straight to the streets of Monte-Carlo for the Monaco GP. The track certainly couldn’t be any more different than Catalunya if it tried...

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  9. Formula 1 2010 Spanish GP Preview

    After a three-week break F1 heads to Spain for the fifth round of the 2010 championship. At this race we will learn a lot about how the rest of the season is likely to pan out for ...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 593 reads 2 comments

  10. For Formula One's Jenson Button and Mclaren, Dream Start to 2010

    The first three races of 2010 were very open with three different race winners from three different teams. Heading into China it was time to see if somebody could make a stand and edge ahead of the field as the title favourites...

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  11. Why Red Bull's Start Could Cost Them the Fomula 1 Title

    So far in 2010 Red Bull are the team that have appeared to be the pacesetters. With the RB6 Adrian Newey has done it again and created another piece of machinery that all their rivals are petrified of...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 4 years ago 666 reads 1 comments

  12. F1 German GP Preview: Can Red Bull Continue To Take the Fight to Brawn?

    After a long three-week break, the F1 action returns this weekend to the Nurburgring for the German GP. The Nurburgring isn’t the best circuit on the calendar, but it’s certainly far from being the worst...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 179 reads 5 comments

  13. F1: Why Has the Pecking Order Changed So Dramatically in 2009?

    Since Lotus won the world championship in 1978, Formula 1 has been dominated by four teams: McLaren, Williams, Ferrari or Benetton/Renault (Renault took over Benetton in 2002). These are the only teams to win the Constructor's Title...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 320 reads 1 comments

  14. British GP Preview: What Will the Final Chapter at Silverstone Bring?

    This weekend Formula One heads to Silverstone for the British GP, one of the event's most historic venues built on a former military airfield. Silverstone is famous for hosting the first ever F-One championship race back in 1950...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 182 reads 1 comments

  15. Is Vettel World Champion Material Or Is He Overhyped?

    Young German Sebastian Vettel hasn’t been racing in F1 for two full seasons, but he has already made a massive impression on the scene...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 401 reads 45 comments

  16. Why Jenson Button's Turkish Delight Was a Bitter Blow for His Rivals

    The Turkish GP seemed to sum up 2009 so far. Jenson Button dominated and didn’t put a foot wrong. Red Bull missed their opportunity, and Rubens Barrichello had an unhappy race...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 186 reads 0 comments

  17. F1 Turkey 2009: Car Weights and Prediction

    It was a fantastic qualifying session where the pole sitter changed 3 times. In the end it was a last gasp effort from Sebastien Vettel that clinched pole position. The post quali car weights have been published...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 285 reads 1 comments

  18. F1: Why Button Deserves More Praise Than He Is Getting

    So far 2009 has been one of Formula 1’s biggest ever fairytale stories for Jenson Button. In 2007 and 2008 he had terrible cars, which gave him absolutely no hope of battling at the front...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 592 reads 11 comments

  19. Turkey GP Preview: Can Massa Win for the Fourth Time in Istanbul?

    This weekend, Formula One heads to Istanbul for the fifth Turkish GP, and Round Seven of the 2009 championship. Istanbul Park is yet another circuit designed by F1 designer Hermann Tilke...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 261 reads 10 comments

  20. Monaco GP Preview: Can Anyone Stop Brawn GP?

    This weekend, Formula One heads to the streets of Monte-Carlo, the golden ribbon event of the season: the Monaco Grand Prix. There is nothing quite like Monaco. It is the most glamorous and richest race on the calendar...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 143 reads 1 comments

  21. How Did Rubens Barrichello Lose the Spanish GP?

    The Spanish GP was yet another triumph for Jenson Button in 2009. However, this is a race which Rubens Barrichello knows should have won...

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  22. Car Weights and Race Prediction for F1 Spanish GP

    Fuel weights 1. Jenson Button Brawn Mercedes 646.0 2. Sebastian Vettel RBR Renault 651.5 3. Rubens Barrichello Brawn Mercedes 649.5 4...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 277 reads 11 comments

  23. What Punishment Will McLaren Receive Over the "Lie-Gate" Affair?

    Wednesday, 29 April could have a significant impact on McLaren’s 2009 season. It has already been a troubled start to the season...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 341 reads 13 comments

  24. F1: Bahrain Talking Points

    The Bahrain GP weekend was another intriguing F1 race weekend with plenty more talking points. Let’s look at the main points of this weekend’s action. Button’s pass on Hamilton sets him up to win against the odds...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 99 reads 4 comments

  25. Bahrain Grand Prix: Car Weights and Race Predictions

    1. Trulli Toyota 648.5 2. Glock Toyota 643.0 3. Vettel Red Bull-Renault 659.0 4. Button Brawn-Mercedes 652.5 5...

    Daniel Chalmers Written by Daniel Chalmers about 5 years ago 430 reads 7 comments