Monthly archives: September, 2010

Singapore Qualifying – Alonso snatches crucial pole for Ferrari

Fernando Alonso repeated his Monza pole position in Singapore on Saturday night as Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel failed to recover completely from a poor first run in Q3. A track that remained damp and slippery in places kept everyone on their toes. Alonso lapped in 1m 45.390s on his first run in that final session,…



Singapore Practice – Vettel streets ahead in Singapore

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber delivered a humbling performance to their rivals in Friday evening’s second practice session at the Marina Bay track in Singapore. In a session which was faster initially than the previous one as the newly-resurfaced part of the track became grippier, but seemed to reach a peak after about…



Singapore F1 preview – time to reveal the true contenders

As Formula One returns to high-downforce tracks, the Singapore Grand Prix will reveal what individual team form can be expected over the five remaining rounds as the world championship fight builds to its climax. Spa and Monza were both low-downforce venues, on which the effect of the tightening up of the rules on flexible wings…



Lewis Hamilton blasts Fernando Alonso’s stance over team orders

After all the heavy talk this week of rules and regulations, of sporting ethics and moral mazes, it was a blessed relief to have some on-track action to report on. Unfortunately even the whine of 24 V8 engines hurtling around Monza’s celebrated Curva Parabolica in practice for Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix could not drown out…