1. Malaysia F1 Excitement as Great Duels Involve Heidfeld, Webber, Button & Massa

    Malaysia has been a race like all F1 races should be. The field was liberally dotted with tight, fast, skilled duels between a variety of cars and drivers...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 305 reads 0 comments

  2. Malaylsia Qualifying No Surprise at the Front: Vettel, Hamilton, Webber, Button

    It seems to this observer that F1, as it stands today, is separating the men from the boys — literally. There are some exceptions, of course, but for the most part, the young chargers are taking charge of the grid...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 87 reads 3 comments

  3. Malaysia Ahead Is the Focus of Ross Brawn, Pirelli, Vitaly Petrov, Nick Heidfeld

    Ross Brawn , team principal at Mercedes GP, might well think about his good fortune to have sold his interest in the team to Mercedes-Benz given its current suffering...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  4. Felipe Massa and Damon Hill Anticipate Unique Action from Ferrari, McLaren & DRS

    Felipe Massa drove beautifully in the Australian Grand Prix for 10 laps during which he held off the faster McLaren of 2009 world driving champion Jenson Button...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  5. Sepang F1 Quick Predict on Lotus, Webber, Kubica, Todt, Virgin, Hamilton

    Mark Webber didn't look as good as I hoped he would in Australia's season opener because I wish the best for him. Mark complained of chassis flaws that left him far behind Red Bull teammate Sebastien Vettel...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 648 reads 1 comments

  6. Raikkonen to NASCAR & More on Helmut Marko, Christian Horner & Jenson Button

    Kimi Raikkonen will be going in circles. That is to say he's going to NASCAR. This observer expects him to be fighting at the front in short order...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 269 reads 1 comments

  7. Malaysia Forethoughts: Massa, Virgin, Kobayashi, Schumacher, Hamilton, Pirelli

    Felipe Massa scoffs at the notion that he somehow wronged Jenson Button during their terrific 10 lap “dice” in the Australian Grand Prix. It was the best this observer has watched in some time...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 351 reads 9 comments

  8. Malaysia in a Week: Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren, Vettel, Hamilton, Rosberg

    Paul di Resta was lucky to benefit from the Sauber disqualifications in a languishing Force India car. The team has shown in the past that it can threaten above the midfield bunch...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 156 reads 2 comments

  9. Formula 1: Raikkonen Joins Montoya and Villeneuve in NASCAR Quest

    Kimi Raikkonen is set to follow F1 drivers, Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya and Canadian Jacques Villeneuve, into NASCAR...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 881 reads 3 comments

  10. Formula One: Brawn, Mercedes, Schumacher, Vettel, Webber and the Australian GP

    Ross Brawn blames his Mercedes miseries on poor setups of both cars. Struggling with inconsistency in their cars, Rosberg was able to qualify only in seventh place, while Schumacher was unable to make it into Q3...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  11. Post-Australian Grand Prix Comments: Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren

    Stefano Domenicali, boss of the Scuderia, says that Australia didn't prove or disprove anything about the new 2011 regulations...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 179 reads 4 comments

  12. Webber vs. Vettel's Red Bull, Massa vs. Alonso's Ferrari: Unequal Cars?

    This observer wonders about apparent inequities between some team cars. One wonders about Mark Webber's Red Bull having a chassis problem, while Sebastian Vettel's does not...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 833 reads 11 comments

  13. Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix Revised Results: Sebastian Vettel Wins

    The 2011 Formula 1 Grand Prix season has roared to life like the powerful rush through a burst dam. The puzzled anticipation of changes to the exacting formula was answered perhaps a bit less dramatically than was expected...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 769 reads 0 comments

  14. Australian Formula One Grand Prix: Who Qualifies for Tomorrow's Race?

    There were a few mild surprises in the three qualifying sessions at Albert Park, sorting out the grid positions...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 283 reads 0 comments

  15. Racing at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix with a Challenging 2011 Formula

    The battle between the Formula One matadors has begun in earnest at last. In practice on Friday, times were not surprising for the most part...

    Barry Rosenberg Written by Barry Rosenberg about over 3 years ago 137 reads 0 comments