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Yas Indeed! The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix In 10 Quick Bytes

November 5th, 2012
Round 18 - Abu Dhabi 2-4 November 2012 Venue: Yas Marina Circuit Length: 5.554 KmLaps: 55Lap Record: 1:40.279 = 199.387 km/h, S. Vettel (Red...

Yas Indeed: Showdown Shifts To The Desert

November 4th, 2012
ROUND 18 - Abu Dhabi 2-4 November 2012 Venue: Yas Marina Circuit Length: 5.554 Km Laps: 55Lap Record: 1:40.279 = 199.387 km/h, S. Vettel (Red...

Webber Chasing Wins As F1 Season Concludes

October 31st, 2012
Australia’s Mark Webber says consistency will be the key to him adding to his Formula One victory tally in the final trio of races this season. The...

Buddh International Circuit: Unsung Hero Takes Centre Stage

October 27th, 2012
Round 17 - India 26-28 October 2012Venue: New DelhiCircuit Length: 5.125 KmLaps: 60 Lap Record: 1:27.249 = 211.463 km/h, Sebastian Vettel (Red...

Turning Point: The Korean GP In 10 Quick Bites

October 15th, 2012
Round 16 - Korea 12-14 October 2012 Venue: Yeongam Circuit Length: 5.615 Km Laps: 55 Lap Record: 1:39.605 = 202.941 km/h, S. Vettel (Red Bull...

‘Like A Fast Budapest': Jekyll And Hyde Circuit Awaits In Korea

October 11th, 2012
Round 16 - Korea 12-14 October 2012 Venue: Yeongam Circuit Length: 5.615 Km Laps: 55 Lap Record: 1:39.605 = 202.941 km/h, S. Vettel (Red...

Celebrities on track for the Mazda6 Celebrity Challenge

October 10th, 2012
Australia’s greatest ever Paralympian, Matthew Cowdrey OAM, and London Olympics Golden Girl, Anna Meares OAM will line up on the grid against Britain...

‘First Lap Nutcase' Ends Mark's Hopes, Seb Strikes Again: Suzuka in 10 Quick Bites

October 8th, 2012
Round 15 - Japan 5-7 October 2012 Venue: Suzuka Circuit Length: 5.807 Km Laps: 53 Lap Record: 1:31.540 = 228.372 km/h - K. Raikkonen (McLaren...

SUZUKA: ‘A BRILLIANT CIRCUIT’

October 4th, 2012
Round 15 - Japan 5-7 October 2012 Venue: Suzuka Circuit Length: 5.807 Km Laps: 53 Lap Record: 1:31.540 = 228.372 km/h - K. Raikkonen (McLaren)...

Start the race

October 2nd, 2012
As we near the end of this year’s FIA Formula 1 World Championship™, focus quickly turns to the next. As the world watches Melbourne next March, one...

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