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Archive for June, 2010

No Drivers’ Orders

No Drivers’ Orders

This extraordinary shot is from the 2010 Grand Prix of Turkey, in which Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber collided from the leading positions, handing a lucky and potentially season-changing win to Lewis Hamliton in his McLaren. Full Article...

Renault Bringing Kimi Back

Renault Bringing Kimi Back

Italian publication Autosprint claims that the Renault F1 Team is interested in replacing Vitaly Petrov with Kimi Räikkönen for the 2011 Formula 1 season. Full Article...

Hamilton Proves Up to “Ultimate Challenge”

Hamilton Proves Up to “Ultimate Challenge”

Last week’s Canadian Grand Prix was a study in tire management, overtaking finesse and race strategy. The finish saw the first podium filled with three world champions — Hamilton, Button and Alonso — since 1991. And Lewis Hamilton’s impressive victory foreshadows a tight Full Article...

Button Leads P1 in Canada

Button Leads P1 in Canada

Jenson Button topped the time charts in the first practice session for Sunday afternoon’s Canadian Grand Prix, with Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher only 0.158s behind and the top eight drivers all within 1 second of each other. SPEEDtv.com. Related Posts:Alonso Cruises to German GP Full Article...

Canadian GP 1993

Canadian GP 1993

Alain Prost overtakes Damon Hill in the hairpin at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, June 1993. Taken personally by F1A&G. (Copyright © 1993 Glenn Manishin).   Related Posts:Adelaide 1988Monaco 1984Epic ComebackLauda In Portugal 1984Monaco 1992 Full Article...

French GP 1965

French GP 1965

Jim Clark in the Lotus 33 winning from pole (flag-to-flag) at the 1965 French Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand, June 27, 1965.   Related Posts:Andretti—Fuji 1976Fittipaldi—Argentina 19731967 USGP at Watkins GlenClark At Zandvoort Clark’s Last GP Victory Full Article...

Webber Predicts Schu Will “Rise Like a Phoenix”

Webber Predicts Schu Will “Rise Like a Phoenix”

According to Mark Webber, a favorite for the 2010 World Championship, Michael Schumacher “still has the passion and when he gets a competitive car he will rise like a phoenix from the ashes and prove his critics wrong.” Formula 1 News | ESPN F1. We’ll see. The Mercedes MGP W01 Full Article...

It’s All About the Money

It’s All About the Money

Yes, when Bernie Ecclestone announced that Austin, Texas would host the U.S. Grand Prix starting in 2012 on a “purpose-built” track not yet constructed — tossing aside his earlier deal with an exclusive New York driving club that has a top-notch road course 90 minutes from Manhattan Full Article...

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