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Grid penalty for Hamilton at Shanghai
April 12, 2012 (12:45) [ Indexed from ]
McLaren Mercedes F1 Team driver Lewis Hamilton has received a grid penalty for this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix as his team will have to put a new gearbox in his car. According to the Briton, the damage on his gearbox was only discovered in the last 48 hours. More...
Latest F1 photos: Thursday in Shanghai
April 12, 2012 (12:10) [ Indexed from ]
China preview - who can spring a Shanghai surprise?
April 12, 2012 (10:55) [ Indexed from ]
Ahead of this weekend's 2012 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix, McLaren's Lewis Hamilton believes that consistency will be paramount in what is turning out to be a close and so far unpredictable world championship fight. "I won't deny that I'm disappointed to have had two pole positions and not to have been able to convert either of them into victories, but I prefer to think of it that luck just hasn't been on my side, and that it will swing my way sooner or later," he says after the first two races yielded two third-place finishes More...
Shanghai Memories: Buemi loses wheels in 2010
April 11, 2012 (15:01) [ Indexed from ]
At a glance: Shanghai pole position sitters
April 11, 2012 (14:05) [ Indexed from ]
Shanghai made its Formula 1 debut in 2004, with Rubens Barrichello seizing pole position for Ferrari. However, since then three other drivers have enjoyed their own back-to-back P1 starting slots at the Shanghai International Circuit, with Sebastian Vettel going on to do the triple last year. More...
Shanghai: Time to get on with it
April 11, 2012 (14:01) [ Indexed from ]
Finally! The three-week break is over and Formula 1 has arrived in China. Unfortunately, the run-up to this race in the Far East has been somewhat overshadowed by events in the Middle East. Politics aside, it’s time for racing fans to enjoy the continuation of a truly fascinating World Championship. More...
Shanghai a 'stern test' for Williams
April 10, 2012 (17:15) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Williams expects the Chinese Grand Prix to provide a stern test for the new FW34 More...
Maldonado excited about ?favourite? Shanghai
April 10, 2012 (14:40) [ Indexed from ]
Pastor Maldonado is looking forward to the Chinese Grand Prix more than most, by virtue of the fact that the Shanghai International Circuit is one of his preferred venues on the current Formula 1 calendar. In his first race at the track last year, the Venezuelan driver finished in 18th place as Williams struggled. More...
Williams eager to score points at Shanghai
April 10, 2012 (12:25) [ Indexed from ]
After securing the first points of the 2012 Championship season, the Williams F1 Team is eager to score another good result at the Shanghai International circuit during the upcoming Chinese Grand Prix weekend. More...
Shanghai Memories: Pre-race crash in 2005
April 09, 2012 (14:01) [ Indexed from ]
Overshadowed Kobayashi has good feel for Shanghai
April 08, 2012 (09:50) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Kamui Kobayashi hopes that a Sauber-favouring Shanghai International Circuit will allow his to kick-start his points chase. More...
Kobayashi has ?good feeling? about Shanghai
April 08, 2012 (03:01) [ Indexed from ]
Kamui Kobayashi heads to China in a distinctly positive mood, having seen Sauber team-mate Sergio Pérez finish second in the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Japanese driver, whose own best 2012 result is sixth in Australia, is now confident of another impressive finish. More...
Mercedes aims for a strong performance at Shanghai
April 05, 2012 (16:25) [ Indexed from ]
Round three of the 2012 Formula One World Championship, the UBS Chinese Grand Prix, takes place at the Shanghai International Circuit on Sunday 15 April. The 5.451 km Herman Tilke designed circuit made its debut on the calendar in 2004 and is shaped to represent the Chinese 'shang' character. More...
China preview quotes - Mercedes & Caterham on Shanghai
April 05, 2012 (12:31) [ Indexed from ]
The Shanghai International Circuit's stunning architecture, high-speed straights and winding turns, mean the teams are more than happy to journey back to Asia to enjoy the chance to race in China. Here senior team personnel and the drivers contemplate their hopes for the event and explain why they count this track as one of their favourites More...
Räikkösen autoon useita parannuksia Kiinaan ? ?Aina pärjännyt Shanghaissa?
April 05, 2012 (11:15) [ Indexed from ]
Kimi Rikksen kisainsinri Mark Slade kertoo, ett ensi viikon Kiinan osakilpailuun on toiveissa saada useitakin More...
Grosjean eager to prove abilities in Shanghai
April 04, 2012 (15:15) [ Indexed from ]
Romain Grosjean is keen to show what he can do as Formula 1 continues in Shanghai next weekend. The Franco-Swiss is yet to drive the Chinese circuit but is confident that a revised Lotus aerodynamics package will allow him, not just to register a first race finish of the season, but make a particularly strong impression. More...
Haug: Shanghai pace was real deal
April 28, 2011 (12:40) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Norbert Haug believes Mercedes GP may have turned a corner in China, insisting that Nico Rosberg's pace was "genuine"... More...
Haug: Shanghai pace was the real deal
April 27, 2011 (13:40) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Norbert Haug believes Mercedes GP may have turned a corner in China, insisting that Nico Rosberg's pace was "genuine"... More...
In-depth tyre analysis: Shanghai
April 21, 2011 (11:35) [ Indexed from ]
As the Formula 1 fraternity arrived in China for Round 3 of the championship, tyre degradation had well and truly established itself as one of the sports most fervently discussed topics. It was not unexpected after the suitably named pre-season testing period, but what has been clear from the start of the season is that fans and global television audiences have been treated to a truly thrilling spectacle courtesy of the new Pirelli rubber. More...

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