Top Story: Mercedes GP Petronas - Melbourne Friday Practices review

The opening day of practice for the second race of the 2010 season, the Australian Grand Prix held at Albert Park in Melbourne, got underway today with the two practice sessions taking place in very different conditions. The first session began at 12.30pm local time under blue skies and warm sunshine. Nico and Michael completed their installation laps and then remained in the garage until the track, which uses public roads, had cleaned up a little. With just over 30 minutes of the session gone, mehr >>

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Mercedes GP Petronas - Melbourne Friday Practices review 26.03.2010

Australia GP: Mercedes GP Petronas - Melbourne Friday Practices review

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Red Bull Racing F1 - Melbourne practices review 26.03.2010

Australia GP: Red Bull Racing F1 - Melbourne practices review

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Scuderia Toro Rosso F1  Melbourne practices review 26.03.2010

Australia GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 Melbourne practices review

2010 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX – FRIDAY 26/03/10 .Sebastien Buemi (STR5-01)“I was quite happy with the way things went, even if the weather was not so good. Unlike Bahrain, I managed to complete all the sessions which is positi mehr >>

Lotus Racing Melbourne Grand Prix Friday Practices 26.03.2010

Australia GP: Lotus Racing Melbourne Grand Prix Friday Practices

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Bridgestone Motorsport Friday Practices review 26.03.2010

Australia GP: Bridgestone Motorsport Friday Practices review

Bridgestone’s soft tyre helped Vodafone McLaren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton go fastest at Albert Park for the first day of practice for the Australian Grand Prix. Hamilton set a 1m 25.801secs early in the second practice session, before significant rain fell on the t mehr >>

26.03.2010

Australia GP: Melbourne Practice 2 results

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26.03.2010

Australia GP: Melbourne Practice 1 results

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26.03.2010

Australia GP: Lotus Racing pre-Melbourne thoughts: Mike Gascoyne

Mike Gascoyne, Lotus Racing Chief Technical Officer: “Since Bahrain we’ve been working very hard back in the factory, pushing further on the new package for Barcelona, so the guys have been working hard in the wind tunnel as well as focusing on the expansion of our drawing office. We’re in the process of closing down the drawing office in Cologne, which means mehr >>

26.03.2010

Australia GP: Lotus Racing pre-Melbourne driver thoughts

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26.03.2010

Australia GP: Lotus Racing Tony Fernandes pre-Melbourne thoughts

Lotus Racing arrived in Melbourne, Australia, set for round two of the 2010 Formula One™ World Championship. After exceeding expectations for a six month old team in Bahrain, with both Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen’s cars being classified and being the only new team to see one of its cars past the finish line, attention now turns to Albert Park’s street circuit and the ch mehr >>

Take the Red Bull Racing Challenge and win a day in the simulator 25.03.2010

Australia GP: Take the Red Bull Racing Challenge and win a day in the simulator

Red Bull today launched the Red Bull Racing Challenge contest with Artificial Life, offering the chance to win a day at the team’s Factory and experience the ultimate racing thrill: the team’s F1 simulator. The contest is entered via the Red mehr >>

Force India Formula 1 - Driver Q&A 24.03.2010

Australia GP: Force India Formula 1 - Driver Q&A

Adrian Sutil (car 14, VJM03/03)How would you review Bahrain?I think it was a very good start to the season. We were very competitive in free practice, I was quick mehr >>

Force India Formula One Melbourne preview 24.03.2010

Australia GP: Force India Formula One Melbourne preview

Australian Grand Prix Preview26 - 28 March 2010Following an encouraging showing at the 2010 curtain raiser, the Bahrain Grand Prix, the Force India F1 Team now heads to Australia in a buoyant mood for t mehr >>

22.03.2010

Australia GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 Melbourne preview

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIXVIEWMelbourne hosts one of the most popular races of the year, but in your enthusiasm to enjoy everything on offer in this great city, there’s always a chance of getting it wrong. So Scuderia Toro Rosso brings you some useful tips and hints, which might come in handy over the Australian Grand Prix weekend. (see below)We all know there’s a mehr >>

HRT F1 Team confident of building on F1 debut in Australia 20.03.2010

Australia GP: HRT F1 Team confident of building on F1 debut in Australia

HRT F1 team, Hispania Racing team, the newest F1 team in the paddock, acquired by Jose Ramon Carabante in February and led by team principal Dr Colin Kolles is ready for its second Formula One weekend after making its debut in Bahrain.Unlike the other teams, H mehr >>

Cosworth F1 - An Engine's Perspective 19.03.2010

Australia GP: Cosworth F1 - An Engine's Perspective

Qantas Australian Grand PrixFIA Formula One World ChampionshipDate: Sunday 28 March 2010Local Time: 17:00 (GMT +11 hours – Daylight Saving Time begins)Engine Severity: °°° mehr >>

19.03.2010

Australia GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 Melbourne preview

2010 Australian Grand Prix preview Jenson Button“I have some extremely pleasant memories of racing in Australia. As with most drivers on the grid, Albert Park was my first introduction to Formula 1, and I really enjoyed my debut, running as high as fourth before retiring. I was on pole in 2006, although I had another non-finish. Of cours mehr >>

19.03.2010

Australia GP: Red Bull Racing F1 - Melbourne Preview

Red Bull Racing F1   Australia Grand-Prix 2010Albert Park CircuitDrivers:Sebastian VettelMark Webberto see the very special Australia GP preview click here!- Britta Roeske - mehr >>

19.03.2010

Australia GP: Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Melbourne preview

2010 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX MELBOURNE  26 - 28 MARCHThe second race of the 2010 Formula One season will take place in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday 28 March. Albert Park, a street circuit which uses the public roads surrounding the man-made Albert Park lake just south of Melbourne city centre, hosts the Australian Grand Prix which is always one of the most atmo mehr >>

02.04.2009

Australia GP: Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 - statement

The FIA Stewards have reviewed their decision of Sunday 29th March 2009, and have excluded Vodafone McLaren Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton from the results of the 2009 Australian Grand Prix.Vodafone McLaren Mercedes understands that the Stewards made their decision on the basis of reviewing radio transmissions between the driver and the Team.The Team mistakenly believed mehr >>

31.03.2009

Australia GP: Australian Grand Prix podcast now online!

The Force India Formula One Team's official post-Australian Grand Prix podcast is now online at the team's website, www.forceindiaf1.com.Click on the link from the home page to hear race drivers Adrian Sutil and Giancarlo Fisichella review the race and look forward to the Malaysian Grand Prix, while team manager Andy Stevenson discusses the new regulations and their impact on the se mehr >>

Brawn GP Team F1 race result 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Brawn GP Team F1 race result

2009 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX Jenson Button led the Brawn GP team to victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix today, achieving his second Grand Prix win and capping a stunning debut race weekend for the British-based team. Team-mate Rubens Barrichello br mehr >>

Panasonic Toyota Racing F1  race round-up 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Panasonic Toyota Racing F1 race round-up

Australian Grand Prix - Race Round-UpSunday 29 March 2009 Jarno Trulli (Car 9, Chassis TF109-04)Grid: Started from the pit lane due to penaltyProvisional Race Classification: 12th (+26.604)*Pit Stop Laps: mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Force India graduates to 9th and 11th in Australian Grand Prix

The Force India Formula One Team has been awarded 9th and 11th positions in today's Australian Grand Prix following the Stewards of the Meeting's decision to hand Jarno Trulli (Toyota) a 25-second penalty for overtaking under the final safety car period of the race.The decision demotes Trulli to 12th position, thereby moving Adrian Sutil to 9th and Giancarlo Fisichella to 11th overa mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Also move up for Scuderia Toro Rosso's two Sebastiens

Vettel + Kubica + Trulli = 3 pointsBecause   Jarno   Trulli   received   a   penalty   after   the   race,   our Sebastiens, Buemi and Bourdais each move up one place to seventh and eighth respectively, which means our points tally from this race is now 3 points. mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Race results Australia Grand-Prix revised

2009 FORMULA 1 ING AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX1 22 Jenson Button Brawn-Mercedes 58 1:34:15.784 1 10 2 23 Rubens Barrichello Brawn-Mercedes 58 +0.8 secs 2 8 3 1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 58 +2.9 secs 18 6 4 10 Timo Glock Toyota 58 +4.4 secs 19 5 5 7 Fernando Alonso Renault 58 +4.8 secs 10 4 6 16 Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota 58 +5.7 mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Jarno Trulli loses podium for safety car infringement - Hamilton on podium

Toyota’s Jarno Trulli has lost his third place in Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix after stewards penalized him for passing under the safety car in the closing laps.Trulli ran off road near the end of the race, thus losing a place to McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton, but then repassed the world champion once he had rejoined the circuit.The Italian was given a 10- mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Vettel penalised for Kubica collision

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel has been handed a 10-place grid penalty for next weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix following an incident in Sunday’s Australian race. Vettel collided with BMW Sauber’s Robert Kubica during the latter stages in Melbourne as the Polish driver attempted to overtake him.Following a post-race investigation, stewards decided to penalise the mehr >>

Bridgestone Motorsportís Australian Grand Prix Race 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Bridgestone Motorsportís Australian Grand Prix Race

Bridgestone Potenza slick tyres made their grand prix return in the Australian Grand Prix where Jenson Button made the perfect debut for the Brawn GP team by using a medium-medium-super soft tyre strategy to win the first race of the season run to Formula One’s exciting new reg mehr >>

Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - Race review 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes F1 - Race review

2009 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX LEWIS HAMILTONStarted: 18th                                &n mehr >>

Force India Formula One - Race review 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Force India Formula One - Race review

2009 Australian Grand Prix Adrian Sutil (car 20, VJM02/03):10th:  1:34:22.119Giancarlo Fisichella (car 21, VJM02/01):12th:  1:34:23.158Th mehr >>

Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 -  Australian Race review 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Scuderia Toro Rosso F1 - Australian Race review

2009 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX VETTEL + KUBICA = 1 POINT Sebastien Buemi(STR4-01)Pos. 8th"First race first point, so I'm very happy. Maybe we had a bit of luck with the accidents,  but  ev mehr >>

AT&T Williams F1 -  Race review 29.03.2009

Australia GP: AT&T Williams F1 - Race review

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX – RACE Melbourne, Australia58 LAPS, 307.574 kms / 191.110 milesWeather: SunnyAir 20 - 220C, Track 23 – 310CPOS DRIVER TEAM Time / Gap (Fastest Lap) Grid1 J Button mehr >>

Red Bull Racing F1  - Overall we have a reason to smile ... 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Red Bull Racing F1 - Overall we have a reason to smile ...

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX - RACE Car 14, MARK WEBBER, (Finish Position 13th Start Position: 8th)"That was frustrating at my home race. I was so disappointed to drive round with a damaged car. I wanted a good result for mehr >>

Pedro de la Rosa celebrates 10th anniversary of his Formula 1 debut in Melbourne, Australia 29.03.2009

Australia GP: Pedro de la Rosa celebrates 10th anniversary of his Formula 1 debut in Melbourne, Australia

Despite his eternally youthful good looks that defy both his age and experience, it really is 10 years since Vodafone McLaren Mercedes test driver Pedro de la Rosa made his Formula 1 debut – at the 1999 Australian Grand Prix.At the wheel of an Arrows A20 fitted mehr >>

29.03.2009

Australia GP: Race Result Australian Grand-Prix 2009

2009 FORMULA 1 ING AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX1 22 Jenson Button Brawn-Mercedes 58 Winner 1 10 2 23 Rubens Barrichello Brawn-Mercedes 58 +0.8 secs 2 8 3 9 Jarno Trulli Toyota 58 +1.6 secs 20 6 4 1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 58 +2.9 secs 18 5 5 10 Timo Glock Toyota 58 +4.4 secs 19 4 6 7 Fernando Alonso Renault 58 +4.8 secs 10 3 7 16 mehr >>

28.03.2009

Australia GP: Williams F1 Australian GP protest statement

AUSTRALIAN GRAND-PRIX STATEMENTThe AT&T Williams team confirmed that following today’s qualifying session, it submitted protests against two competitor teams under the 2009 Technical Regulations.After further detailed consideration, Williams has withdrawn both protests in the interests of the sport.Williams recognises the p mehr >>

28.03.2009

Australia GP: Toyota Motorsport GmbH Statement

Toyota Motorsport has been informed that the rear wing of the TF109 has been found to demonstrate "extreme flexibility" by the Australian Grand Prix stewards.The design has passed our own internal test procedures which are designed to reproduce twice the proscribed official load tests. In light of this decision it is clear we must review these procedures to ensure there is no repeat mehr >>

Fernando Alonso geht zuversichtlich ins Rennen 28.03.2009

Australia GP: Fernando Alonso geht zuversichtlich ins Rennen

GP Australien 2009Fernando Alonso: „Voriges Jahr  auch nach vorn gearbeitet“Der zweifache Weltmeister ist mit dem Verlauf des Qualifyings in Melbourne alles andere mehr >>

ING Renault F1 hoffen auf Kers-Vorteil im Rennen 28.03.2009

Australia GP: ING Renault F1 hoffen auf Kers-Vorteil im Rennen

28. März 2009 – GP Australien, der Samstag Im Qualifying zum Australien-Grand Prix erreichten Fernando Alonso und Nelson Piquet heute die Startplätze 12 und 17.3. Freies TrainingFern mehr >>

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