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The shape of things to come

March 17th, 2013
Okay, let’s take a deep breath… and have a think about where we are. Yes, we’re at Albert Park and it’s race day for the 2103 Formula 1 Rolex...

Whiting recommends a postponement

March 16th, 2013
Formula 1 Race Director and Safety Delegate Charlie Whiting was the man who on Saturday advised stewards at the Rolex Australian Grand Prix to admit...

Pole position still up for grabs as weather plays havoc with the program

March 16th, 2013
There used to be engines in Formula 1 called Coventry Climax, but for everyone at Albert Park it was anti-climax as Melbourne’s weather put paid to...

GP Breakfast

March 16th, 2013
The stars of Formula One, past and present, walked the red carpet at the inaugural Australian Grand Prix Breakfast on Saturday 16 March at Crown...

Brad Hodge wins second Mazda6 Celebrity Challenge race, Sir Chris Hoy storms through the field

March 16th, 2013
Former Australian top-order test batsman Brad Hodge is one race away from clean-sweeping the Mazda6 Celebrity Challenge after yet another emphatic...

Third Practice: Lotus blossoms in the wet

March 16th, 2013
Frenchman Romain Grosjean topped the times in Saturday’s rain-hit third and final free practice session ahead of Sunday’s Rolex Australian Grand Prix...

Van Gisbergen the rain master

March 16th, 2013
Commodore charger Shane Van Gisbergen has blitzed the field to win the third MSS Security-backed V8 Supercars Challenge race at the 2013 Formula 1...

Coulthard times run to perfection

March 16th, 2013
David Coulthard’s sense of impeccable timing has continued, claiming his third successive victory in the popular Ultimate Speed Comparison one-lap...

Albert Park master strikes back

March 16th, 2013
Craig Baird has hit back with a vengeance in race two of the Porsche Carrera Cup program at the 2013 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix. After...

Will they be super on the soft option?

March 16th, 2013
The good thing about history is that it teaches us what to expect. Looking at it another way, the great Murray Walker used to say that he never made...

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