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2012 Malaysian Grand Prix super amazing but confusing as well

March 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Wow, it was an amazing┬árace, not dry but wet. The top contenders were hit by bad luck and a very surprising win for Ferrari and Fernando Alonso. Sauber’s Sergio Perez took advantage of some good strategy calls, and Read more…

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2012 Australian Grand Prix: Button comes on top as Hamilton faded

March 19, 2012 Leave a comment

Okay, by now the world knows the pecking order, right? McLaren Jenson Button put good use to his car as he wins the opening 2012 Australian Grand Prix even though it was Lewis Hamilton that got pole position on Saturday. But we are not here to Read more…

Schumacher tops second practice but McLaren dominates 2012 Austrialian Friday practice day

March 16, 2012 Leave a comment

Here we go again, more lap times but the pecking order is not clear. Teams claim that the first practice sessions is mainly use to test car configuration and reliability while the second (which we expected to see more action) was wet. Still there is Read more…

Final analysis before the 2012 F1 season start at Melbourne Australia

March 6, 2012 9 comments

So here we are again, about to start a new Formula One season. We did not publish any analysis on our previous post. Sorry about that, it was hard to meet with some friends on a sunday afternoon. Anyway here we have a complete analysis of Read more…

Lap times, tire types for the third and final preseason testing session Catalunya, Barcelona

March 4, 2012 1 comment

We have closely monitored lap times, ins and outs of the various f1 drivers. Here are the best lap times per day and other data we have collected from various web sources and f1 teams’ tweets during the last pre-season testing session at Catalunya, Barcelona. We have used the term ‘short-stint’ when the driver did an out-lap, a qualifying lap, and an in-lap. We will Read more…