Thursday, March 26, 2009

My Favorite Driver Photos

Kimi Raikkonen looks his usual self - by far the grumpiest looking photo of the group I saw on which makes me wonder if they intentionally picked this photo to villainify the Iceman.

Rubens has the best facial expression of them all. He looks like F1's only pirate!

Monday, March 23, 2009

Ross Brawn Is A Good Man

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Cool Red Bull Racing Video

This is an example of why I'm so into the Red Bull Racing team this year. They give more hi-tech insight than many other teams. It's a media world fighting for advertising dollars and sponsors and Red Bull Racing deliver:

Go Vettel.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

RRR in 2009

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Friday, April 4, 2008

Hamilton Crashes in Bahrain

Lewis Hamilton stuffed his McLaren Mercedes into the wall at the end of Free Practice 2 in Bahrain today.

The young star lost control of his silver car after running wide over a kerb on a hot lap.

The incident appeared to be similar to the spin of Felipe Massa at round two in Malaysia when the Brazilian took an aggressive approach over a kerb and lost rear downforce heading into a successive turn.

Hamilton is reported by to be in good condition following the 130mph shunt sideways into the wall. The Britain is suffering from bruising but was cleared by the on site medical center to continue racing this weekend.

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Coulthard Destroys His RB4

Reb Bull driver David Coulthard's RB4 front end exploded into a shower of carbon fiber shards and rubble after hitting a small berm at turn 12.

The driver appeared uninjured in the incident. DC's crash was reminiscent of Timo Glock's crash last weekend in Melbourne where the car got air born and destroyed the suspension.

Red Bull must rebuild his car under new rules for 2008 that do not allow teams to run a spare car at an event. In previous years, the drivers could jump into the third car and begin setting it up for the race without penalty.

More Trouble For Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen's F2008 slowed and pulled off track after just under an hour of Friday Practice 1 in Malaysia.

Following a dismal showing for the Scuderia at round 1 in Australia, the Italians assured the public that their problems from Melbourne were behind them. All indications point to further problems for Ferrari.

No word yet on the official cause of Raikkonen's stoppage on track.