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Malaysia analysis - Alonso keeps Ferrari in the hunt
March 26, 2012 (11:35) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
No one - Fernando Alonso included - left Sepang believing Ferrari now have a competitive car, but in tricky conditions the Spaniard's driving skills overcame the F2012's inadequacies - and all of his rivals.
Closest was Sauber's Sergio Perez, the Ferrari driver academy member tipped for a future Maranello race seat, whose performance marked him out as a rising star - and ensured Felipe Massa's future with the team becomes the subject of even closer media scrutiny. We take a team-by-team look at Sunday's performances in Kuala Lumpur More...
FIA post-race press conference - Malaysia
March 25, 2012 (16:20) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
Drivers: 1 - Fernando Alonso (Ferrari); 2 - Sergio Perez (Sauber); 3 - Lewis Hamilton (McLaren).
Q: Fernando, Congratulations on a victory that you probably didn't expect at the start of the week but what about in the latter stages as the young Mexican was catching you? More...
Alonso fends off Pérez for dramatic Malaysian victory
March 25, 2012 (12:55) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
Fernando Alonso has won a highly dramatic and rain-affected Malaysian Grand Prix, fending off a persistent challenge from the Sauber of Sergio Pérez. On an afternoon of many surprises, which featured a red flag stoppage, pole man Lewis Hamilton finished third as Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button failed to score points. More...
Grosjean?s race over as rain batters Malaysia
March 25, 2012 (11:25) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
Romain Grosjean is the first retirement from the Malaysian Grand Prix, having spun off-track at Turn 6 on the third lap. The Lotus driver, who was about to pit for Wet tyres, initially lost position as he spun with Michael Schumacher on the opening tour. More...
Malaysian race stopped due to heavy rain
March 25, 2012 (11:20) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
The Malaysian Grand Prix has been red-flagged due to a heavy rainstorm at Sepang. Following the deployment of the Safety Car on Lap 7, the race was halted just two laps later as a number of cars struggled to remain on the circuit. More...
Rain stops Malaysian GP after only 9 laps
March 25, 2012 (11:10) [ Indexed from F1technical.net
Only 9 laps into the race, the Malaysian GP was stopped due to the rainy conditions. While the race got underway on intermediate tyres, it soon worsened, requiring everyone to switch to full wets, until 7 laps into the race, the safety car was necessary as the conditions had become too dangerous. More...
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