Category: Formula 1 Grand Prix

HAMILTON DEFIES TORRENTIAL WEATHER TO REIGN IN VICTORY !!

HAMILTON DEFIES TORRENTIAL WEATHER TO REIGN IN VICTORY !!

SILVERSTONE, England – 07/07/08: True to form of any World Formula 1 event (Melbourne 08 being no exception; which, co-incidentally was also a win for Hamilton), so too will the Silverstone leg of Formula 1 2008 be written as a classic!With torrential rains and gusty winds conspiring to end the race early, it was guaranteed to be a nail biting session!However, British driver for the McLaren-Mercedes Team, […]

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RAIKKONEN GIVES FERRARI IT’S 200th F1 POLE POSITION !!

RAIKKONEN GIVES FERRARI IT’S 200th F1 POLE POSITION !!

  – Media Release: ESPN   MAGNY-COURS, France — World champion Kimi Raikkonen handed Ferrari its 200th Formula One pole position at the French Grand Prix on Saturday.Brazilian Felipe Massa, who took pole at Magny-Cours last year, was second-fastest to secure the Italian team’s third front-row sweep of the season. The pole, the 16th of Raikkonen’s grand prix career, left […]

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Ferrari a disaster: Lauda !!

Ferrari a disaster: Lauda !!

by Timothy Collings; grandprix.com.au   Niki Lauda won two of his three Drivers’ World Championships and 15 of his 25 Grands Prix victories racing for Ferrari but that did nothing to stop the Austrian describing his old team as “a disaster” following their pointless return from Sunday’s FORMULA 1™ ING Australian Grand Prix.Lauda, who lifted the title with Ferrari in […]

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Hamilton survives F1 carnage to stand victorious !!

Hamilton survives F1 carnage to stand victorious !!

 – Words: Anestis Mantzouranis, Pics: grandprix.com.au Amidst the on track chaos, in one of the most eventful F1 races in the world history of the event, McLaren driver, #22, Lewis Hamilton from Great Britain stands like a gladiator at the top position of the podium, after taking out the title in 40 degree heat and disintegrating cars all around him […]

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Formula 1

Formula 1

 –  Words: Tim Colquhoun Melbourne, 3rd April, 2006 – IT HAD all the thrills and spills a grand prix fan could hope for, but many enthusiasts at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne still left slightly disappointed after local hero Mark Webber was forced to retire from the lead with mechanical woes in his Williams. With a number of spectacular crashes […]

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