German youngster Sebastian Vettel managed to extend his lead in the 2011 Formula 1 Championship by clenching victory at yesterday’s 2011 Spanish Grand Prix, though his closest rival, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton, kept on his tail from the 20th to the final 66th lap. In the end, only 0.63 seconds separated the two top drivers. Vettel’s victory came despite his Red Bull Racing teammate Mark Webber starting on pole. As we saw during yesterday’s race at Circuit de Catalunya, Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso managed to take advantage of a slipstream at the start and quickly move...
Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix: Weather Report
Spain’s tradition of great weather has rung true for today’s race at Circuit de Catalunya, the site of the 2011 Spanish Grand Prix, with forecasters predicting dry conditions and just a slightly patchy sky. Temperatures should peak at around 78 degrees, which should guarantee plenty of...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Adrian Sutil Tight Lipped Over Shanghai Incident Ahead Of Spanish Grand Prix
To no great surprise, Formula 1 Championship leader Sebastian Vettel dominated practice today ahead of the 2011 Spanish Grand Prix though it was his Red Bull Racing teammate, Mark Webber, who was fastest at the Circuit de Catalunya. However, all eyes were on Force India driver Adrian Sutil who is...Viknesh Vijayenthiran