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Max Mosely

Max’s tier drop?

The FIA will ditch the idea of a two-tier F1 championship, but aren’t prepared to budge much on the £40m budget. That’s what seems to have come out of Max ‘n’ Bernie’s Big Budget Cap Meeting.

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Bunking Brigade

How important is it that Ferrari stay in Formula 1? You’ll have seen in the papers that the Scuderia are talking a lot about leaving if the FIA’s proposed rules don’t change for 2010.

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red bull

Three teams for 2010?

After Lie-gate and Diffuser-gate comes We’re-not-racing-in-a-two-tier-F1-gate, as a number of teams have started ganging up on the FIA with big dirty threats of quitting the show next season.

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F1 2009,
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World Constructors Championship,
World Drivers Champsionship

Championship standings

I’ve updated the World Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championship standings following the Spanish GP, so we can see where everyone’s at.

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renault,
rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel,
Sebastien Bourdais,
Sebastien Buemi,
Spanish GP,
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toyota

Spanish class

Jenson Button stormed ahead to the win in Spain, leaving teammate Rubens Barrichello wondering how he threw it all away. Still, Brawn will be happy.

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mark webber,
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rubens barrichello,
sebastian vettel,
Spanish GP

A Spanish lesson

Jenson Button showed everyone how it’s done at the Spanish Grand Prix, qualifying fastest for pole position at the last possible moment in Barcelona.

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bmw,
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Kazuki Nakajima,
kimi raikkonen,
lewis hamilton,
mclaren,
nelson piquet,
nick heidfeld,
Nico Rosberg,
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renault,
robert kubica,
Spanish GP,
williams

Spanish practice

Jenson Button topped first practice this morning for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, with Williams’ Nico Rosberg going fastest in the afternoon.

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Barcelona,
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Nico Rosberg,
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williams

Williams for the win

I’ve just seen the practice times for this weekend’s Spanish GP and declared to the office – or the two people within earshot anyway – that I’d love to see Williams win another GP.

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