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Luckless in both Bahrain and Australia, Adrian Sutil was due a change of fortunes in this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix – but the young German very much made his own luck in Sepang as he impressively kept a faster Lewis Hamilton at bay throughout the closing stages to clinch an excellent and well-deserved fifth place.
Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber and Red Bull have kick-started F1 2010 firmly into life with a dominant performance in the Malaysian GP in Sepang – with the fastest car in the field reliably surviving the longest race on the calendar and finally propelling its drivers to the top two steps on the podium as the […]
Lewis Hamilton has echoed team-mate and F1 World Championship-winning successor Jenson Button in stressing the need for McLaren-Mercedes to improve its qualifying performance if it is to continue its victorious Albert Park form into the coming races in 2010 and successfully challenge for the crown.
Lotus showed off its F1 2010 race car for the first time on home soil yesterday at a special ‘homecoming’ celebration in Kuala Lumpur ahead of this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit. Former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Youth and Sports minister Dato’ Ahmad Shabery Cheek were at […]