Expect a Brawn resurgence at Bahrain (Bahrain Grand Prix preview)

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Four races in five weeks ?ǣ the 2009 F1 season is off to a hectic start. Bahrain is the last of the opening series of ??flyaway? races and, after two rain-affected Grands Prix, we?re likely to see a much more normal race at the desert circuit. Can Red Bull repeat their form from Shanghai in … Continue reading Expect a Brawn resurgence at Bahrain (Bahrain Grand Prix preview)

Ferrari’s nightmare season continues

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Ferrari are having their worst start to an F1 season since 1981 as Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa failed to score for the third race in a row. The defending constructors’ champions reacted to their non-scores in Australia and Malaysia by shifting Luca Baldisserri off the pitwall and promoting Chris Dyer in his place. They … Continue reading Ferrari’s nightmare season continues

Chinese GP: thoughts on the start

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The top six drivers on the grid for tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix are taking radically different approaches on strategy. The lead trio of Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber are light on fuel and will probably start on the super-soft tyre. Behind them Rubens Barrichello, Jenson Button and Jarno Trulli are fuelled to go … Continue reading Chinese GP: thoughts on the start

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