Well, there were 95 minutes that F1 racing needed. So a Vettel win might seem all too familiar, but let’s not forget that his win makes four races and four different winners. And how long until it is five? We’ve been saying the Lotus E20 was the second quickest car since Australia and Team Chipping […]
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Well, maybe that’s what F1 needed. On a weekend where pretending everything was ‘normal’ has been the mandated MO, a qualifying session that could have come from any race in the last three seasons: Sebastian Vettel on pole, Felipe Massa not making Q3 and Michael Schumacher massively under-delivering… it’s just like it always was.
Shall we do the racing first? Two practice sessions over for Sunday’s Bahrain GP, and Nico Rosberg holds a familiar half-second advantage over the rest. Half a second was of course Nico’s margin in his light-speed pole position lap last week in China. Is that really how much faster the Mercedes is? The others will […]