Posts Tagged ‘Melbourne’

My thoughts on Lewis Hamilton’s disqualification

In Formula 1 on 05 April, 2009 at 10:53 pm

Before the second race of the season had started, the FIA stewards in Malaysia called on Toyota’s Jarno Trulli, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and their respective advisers to once again explain the final stages of the Australian Grand Prix.  It should be noted that this was not due to Toyota protesting Jarno Trulli’s 25-second penalty, as they had already decided not to.  Instead, it was because the FIA had noticed discrepancies in what had been officially stated in the Stewards room after the race and what had been said to members of the press…

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F1 2009 – Round 1 – Australia – Baby, They Were Brawn To Run!

In Formula 1, General on 02 April, 2009 at 12:07 am

Yes, okay, that’s an awful title, but it was that or “The Brawn Supremacy”, which I’ve already seen used elsewhere…

Now, I try not to be biased, and to present an even-handed account of things, but I can’t help but love the “underdog”, even if that is a bit misleading with regards to BrawnGP…

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F1-The Diffuser Row

In Formula 1 on 24 March, 2009 at 8:19 pm

There is a storm brewing in Formula One, before the season has even started… Williams and Toyota started it and BrawnGP have added fuel to the fire…

The new regulations governing the design of the new 2009 cars have a very distinct grey area in the region known as the diffuser…

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