Monthly Archives: April 2009

SofaF1 Championship 2009 – Round 4 Bahrain

A bit of a return to normality this week, with no extreme weather conditions, but still a bit of a shock Toyota front row to start the race. The pace faded though as we have so often seen with Button … Continue reading

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Bahrain Pole Poll

Will we ever get a standard race without rain? Well if you thought Bahrain was the answer then James Allen may have some disappointing news for you: “The weather forecast isn’t good for the weekend, sandstorms, like the ones which … Continue reading

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SofaF1 Championship 2009 – Round 3 China

The excitement continues into the third round. Beautiful race for Red Bull, not just to take the pole but their maiden win and 1-2 to cap it all off. Great racing from Vettel and Webber as they fought with the … Continue reading

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China Pole Poll

Sorry for the short post but another wedding beckons! What do we want? Your predictions for pole sitter and the top eight for the race. When do we want it? Before qualifying! Thanks

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Shooting themselves in the diffuser

Ferrari’s lawyer made two very strange arguments on Tuesday, and this may in some way account for why they lost the case. First of all, he attacked Ross Brawn personally. A bizarre strategy, seeing that it was Brawn who had … Continue reading

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The Media and McLaren

We now know that McLaren misled the Stewards and we know why. During the race McLaren made a simple mistake and they wanted to correct it. After Trulli went off of the track and Lewis passed him everything was fine. … Continue reading

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A Diffused Problem

The general feeling seems to be that those teams carrying the double (or triple) diffuser won’t be punished by the FIA next week. Perhaps, however, that was never the point of the protesting teams? Perhaps they were merely trying to … Continue reading

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