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Archive for July, 2012

Alonso Cruises to German GP Victory

Alonso Cruises to German GP Victory

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso won, rather easily, from pole at the 2012 Grand Prix of Germany, with Jenson Button 2nd after Sebastian Vettel was assessed a 20s post-race penalty. Full Article...

Longer, Stronger, But Not Necessarily Better

Longer, Stronger, But Not Necessarily Better

Longer F1 seasons and stronger cars have produced a sport that is hardly recognizable compared with its historical roots, but is it better? Full Article...

Rosberg In Germany

Rosberg In Germany

The German driver for Mercedes GP. son of the Finnish 1982 F1 World Champion, navigates the Hockenheimring during qualifying for the 2012 German GP. Full Article...

Lewis To Lotus, Maybe

Lewis To Lotus, Maybe

Lewis Hamilton says it would take a lot to wrench him away from the team that brought him into the sport, but Lotus F1 is a possibility for next season. Full Article...

Karussell

Karussell

The Ferrari of Wolfgang von Tripps in the Karussell corner, Nürburgring 1958. Full Article...

Swapping Helmets

Swapping Helmets

Fernando and Lewis contemplate switching helmets before the British Grand Prix, July 2012 at Silverstone. Full Article...

Hamilton/Senna Comparison At Monaco

Hamilton/Senna Comparison At Monaco

Lewis Hamilton and Martin Brundle look back in this Sky F1 video clip at how Ayrton Senna drove the Circuit de Monaco and captured a record six wins in the Principality. Full Article...

Degressive Braking Explained

Degressive Braking Explained

In this 8th in a series of technology-oriented videos demistifying the engineering world of Formula One, Paul Charsley and Nico Rondet from Rolling Speed cover the issue of degressive braking, a must when driving machines capable of stopping from some 300Kph in a bit over 100 yards. Full Article...

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