Sebastian Vettel snatched a last-gasp pole position for the inaugural Korean GP, while team-mate Mark Webber also improved on his last lap to push Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso off the front row of the grid.
Fernando Alonso ingratiated himself further with the tifosi by winning first time out for Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix, but the Spaniard was made to work for his spoils by the McLaren of reigning world champion Jenson Button.
Fernando Alonso gave the tifosi the result it wanted in qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix, heading up a Ferrari 1-3 as title rival Red Bull Racing missed the front row for the first time all season.
Just ten days to go now, and Williams has already won the first of this year’s titles. The new Williams Martini Racing FW36 has to be the best looking car on the grid, surely? This morning, after weeks and weeks of hoaxes disseminated via Twitter, Williams and Martini officially launched what must be the most […]
So we’re at the half way stage in the pre-season test. With just six more days of testing before the first race, there’s every reason to believe we are in for a very different season of F1 motor racing than the last four.