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Slip Sliding Away – Hamilton’s Shanghai Nightmare

2007 was supposed to be the beginning of something big for Fernando Alonso. Alonso, the reigning double champion from 2005 and 2006 with Renault, was the man who had dethroned the great Michael Schumacher, ending the German stars run of five consecutive titles at the wheel of a Ferrari. 1,187 more words
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Scuderia F1 Episode 5 Chinese GP Recap & F1 News Roundup

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This week Mark & Kevin discuss the exciting Chinese Grand Prix, whether it’s too soon to be speculating whether or not Nico Rosberg will be World Champion and round up the latest F1 news. 7 more words


2016 Chinese Grand Prix

What a race! Australia and Bahrain were intriguing without the drama so much, China however delivered on all fronts.

Nico Rosberg converted pole to victory, while everyone else was playing bumper cars. 498 more words

Can Lewis afford another bad weekend?

By Daniel Wilson.

Anyone who has been looking at the media since Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix will know that Nico Rosberg is now the odds-on favorite to win this year’s world title, despite being only three races into the season. 407 more words

2016 Season

Rosberg extends lead

Another Grand Prix weekend has come and gone and Nico Rosberg has once again won. Although the race leader had a relatively easy race the same cannot be said for lower down the pack. 884 more words


Review Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix 2016

Meski berhasil menyelesaikan GP Tiongkok di posisi ke-21, di depan juara GP2 tahun 2014 Jolyon Palmer dari Renault, Rio Haryanto kembali gagal mengalahkan rekan setimnya, Pascal Wehrlein. 1,143 more words

Formula 1

Chinese GP: Formula One needs more heroics from the likes of Danill Kvyat

The Russian driver saw his opportunity and went for it, and was rewarded with his second Formula One podium.

The excitement of the 2016 Chinese GP came to a surprising crescendo in the pre-podium room as Sebastian Vettel took Danill Kvyat to task for what he deemed a “suicide” move. 605 more words