Ferrari take 3rd & 4th in new controversial qualifying system for tomorrow's Australian Grand Prix as Mercedes lock out the front row with Hamilton taking is 50th career pole #f1 #Ferrari #motorsport #enzari #Formula1 #mercedes #hamilton #vettel #Raikkonen
After an exciting qualifying session yesterday, the 2012 Korean Grand Prix turned out to be quite a snore-fest! The result of the race did have an effect on the World Championship, however, I am sure that it did turn many fans away from their TV sets as well. Red Bull Racing In Korea (courtesy: Red Bull Racing)
Will pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel win the 2013 Korean GP with as much ease? Well, even if he does, this will be one of the only GPs where he won't get boo-ed. Read to find out why! (Courtesy: Red Bull Racing)
Hopes are high that Shanghai will host a more spectacular grand prix this weekend. F1’s new era – characterised by faster cars and better tyres – kicked off in Australia last month, but some were concerned that almost no overtaking took place. “Melbourne has always been a track where overtaking is difficult. It’s only slightly better than Monte Carlo,” F1 legend Niki Lauda told Auto Motor und Sport.