Find all the F1 Fanatic Chinese Grand Prix coverage in one place below ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ from Friday practice to the post-race review and our live comments on every session.
Ferrari insist their drivers have not fallen out after the Chinese Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso passed team mate Felipe Massa on the way into the pit lane during the Shanghai race. Ferrari claim quotes from Massa after the race were taken out of context by some media and used to present a false impression that … Continue reading Ferrari deny Alonso-Massa rift
The Chinese Grand Prix saw McLaren score their first one-two finish since Fernando Alonso drove for them. It was also the first British one-two in 11 years and Russia became the 33rd country to score points in F1. Read on for all the stats and facts from China.
Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso owed their large points hauls in Shanghai at least partly thanks to the second appearance of the safety car. The erased the huge amount of time they had lost with extra pit stops at the start of the race and, in Alonso’s case, a penalty for jumping the start. But … Continue reading Safety car spares Hamilton and Alonso’s blushes (Chinese Grand Prix analysis)
Rank Driver Car Fastest lap Deficit to fastest lap 1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1’42.061 2 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1’42.358 0.297 3 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1’42.609 0.548 4 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1’42.886 0.825 5 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1’43.245 1.184 6 Robert Kubica Renault 1’43.630 1.569 7 Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1’43.755 1.694 8 Vitaly … Continue reading Chinese Grand Prix fastest laps
A sprinkling of rain produced action and overtaking galore in Shanghai. Have a look at these pictures from the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mark Webber was pushed off the circuit and lost several places in a controversial incident behind the safety car during the Chinese Grand Prix. Webber made contact with Lewis Hamilton’s McLaren as the field was very tightly bunched up before the re-start after the second safety car period. Should the stewards get involved over the … Continue reading Webber loses out in safety car incident
Jenson Button scored his second win of 2010 in a rain-hit Chinese Grand Prix. Team mate Lewis Hamilton was second despite making an early change to intermediate tyres.
Update: The stewards have given Hamilton and Vettel reprimands and no penalties have been applied. The results of the Chinese Grand Prix may change as the stewards consider whether to take action against McLaren for an incident in the pits. Lewis Hamilton was released alongside Sebastian Vettel during their pit stop – a move which … Continue reading Hamilton’s pit lane dice with Vettel could cost him second (Update: no penalty)
Drivers championship standings Position Driver Points 1 Jenson Button 60 2 Nico Rosberg 50 3 Fernando Alonso 49 4 Lewis Hamilton 49 5 Sebastian Vettel 45 6 Felipe Massa 41 7 Robert Kubica 40 8 Mark Webber 28 9 Adrian Sutil 10 10 Michael Schumacher 10 11 Vitantonio Liuzzi 8 12 Vitaly Petrov 6 13 … Continue reading Button takes lead in title race – full points standings after China
Pos Num Driver Car Laps Gap Difference Grid 1 1 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 56 2 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 56 1.530 1.530 3 4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 56 9.484 7.954 4 8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 56 11.869 2.385 5 11 Robert Kubica Renault 56 22.213 10.344 6 5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 56 33.310 11.097 … Continue reading Chinese Grand Prix result
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Sebastian Vettel has the best possible starting position for the Chinese Grand Prix. But with his team mate out for revenge, a string of quick rivals behind him and rain threatening, he may not have things all his own way in the race.
Take a look back at qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix in pictures.
Red Bull used a special device to extract extra performance from their RB6 in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. He’s called Sebastian Vettel, and he’ll start from pole position for the third time this year in tomorrow’s race.
Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’34.558Red Bull-Renault 2. Mark Webber 1’34.806Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Fernando Alonso 1’34.913Ferrari 4. Nico Rosberg 1’34.923Mercedes Row 3 5. Jenson Button 1’34.979McLaren-Mercedes 6. Lewis Hamilton 1’35.034McLaren-Mercedes Row 4 7. Felipe Massa 1’35.180Ferrari 8. Robert Kubica 1’35.364Renault Row 5 9. Michael Schumacher 1’35.646Mercedes 10. Adrian Sutil 1’35.963Force India-Mercedes Row 6 … Continue reading 2010 Chinese Grand Prix grid
Mark Webber usurped McLaren at the top of the times sheets in final practice for the Chinese Grand Prix. But his best lap of 1’35.323 in third practice today fell short of beating Lewis Hamilton’s best time of 1’35.217 around the Shanghai circuit yesterday.
The teams are facing some tricky choices between the hard and soft tyre compounds at Shanghai this weekend. Take a closer look at how they got in in second practice with our interactive chart:
Review all the drivers’ lap times from the first practice session at Shanghai with the F1 Fanatic interactive lap chart.
Ferrari ran their version of McLaren ‘F-duct’ device in practice for the Chinese Grand Prix today. But the first pictures of the system suggest it works differently to McLaren’s set-up and is not operated by the driver. See pictures of it and more from today’s practice sessions below.