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The Spanish Grand Prix 2010

It was a Red Bull 1 – 2 for qualifying and all bets were on a Red Bull 1 – 2 for the finish of the race at Barcelona’s Circuit de Catalunya. It shoulda, woulda, coulda, but was not meant to be and Red Bull had to settle for a 1 – 3 finish. Mark Webber had no problems taking… Read more →

Formula 1 Heads to Europe

It will have been three weeks by the time the next Formula 1 race gets underway in Barcelona, Spain. This will be the home country race for Fernando Alonso, Jaime Alguersuari, and newcomer, Pedro de la Rosa. For Fernando Alonso it will be his first Spanish Grand Prix driving for Ferrari. This alone should make the Spanish F1 fans happy.… Read more →

Bahrain Friday Free Practice

Friday’s free practice sessions were quite interesting to watch. It was the first time to view the cars going around the track. Due to the ban on refueling the cars are much longer than they were last year and, quite frankly, look a bit squirrelly on the track. It appears that most, if not all, of the teams are struggling… Read more →

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

The kick-off for the 2010 Formula 1 season officially began today with Friday practice on the Sakhir Circuit in Bahrain. Qualifying will be on Saturday and the season’s first race on Sunday. Live coverage will once again be provided by the BBC with commentators Jake Humphrey, David Coulthard, Eddie Jordan, Jonathan Legard, and (my favorite) Martin Brundle. Being an avid… Read more →

Formula 1 2010 Driver Lineup (Updated)

I thought that I had waited long enough before posting the 2010 season driver lineup. One of the new teams, Hispania Racing, has “miracled” their way onto the grid. Also, Sauber’s team has been finalized. So, here is take two for the driver lineup: Mclaren: Jensen Button – #1 Lewis Hamilton – #2 Mercedes GP: Michael Schumacher – #3 Nico… Read more →

Formula One Teams 2010 ~ Hispania Racing

With the Bahrain Grand Prix starting next weekend, a new team has slid into place on the grid. Hispania Racing, formerly Campos Meta, had struggled with financial difficulties and looked as if they would be a no show. However, a last minute deal saw the team purchased by Spanish businessman Jose Ramon Carabante. Although, the team has missed out on… Read more →

Formula 1 2010 Driver Lineup

Pre-season testing has officially come to a close as the clock continues to countdown the remaining days until the first Grand Prix in Bahrain, March 14th. Two of the new start up teams, having run into financial difficulties, are still scrambling to make their debut appearances. Although it appears that Campos Meta has been saved, US F1’s future still remains… Read more →