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Interview with Shanghai winner Lewis Hamilton
April 20, 2011 (17:02) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Lewis Hamilton ranked Sundays Chinese Grand Prix in the top three of his 15 Formula 1 victories so far, with that sum putting him ahead of former Champions Graham Hill, Jack Brabham and Emerson Fittipaldi. The McLaren driver discusses the Shanghai race and shares his feelings ahead of F1s return to Europe. More...
Shanghai debrief with Williams' Sam Michael
April 19, 2011 (12:40) [ Indexed from Formula1.com ]
Although Williams managed to record their first finishes of the year at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix, 13th place for Rubens Barrichello and 18th place for Pastor Maldonado were far from ideal results. The British team's technical director Sam Michael discusses how the weekend unfolded and looks ahead to the forthcoming Turkish event... More...
China analysis - McLaren strike back in Shanghai
April 18, 2011 (17:20) [ Indexed from Formula1.com ]
Saturday in China told a pretty familiar tale, with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel clinching pole yet again. Surely it was just a matter of course that the Australian and Malaysian race winner would strike three-times lucky in Shanghai? Not so. A slow start for Vettel, a flurry of pit stops, an array of tyre strategies and some pretty mean overtakes mixed up the field. Amidst all the drama it was McLaren's Lewis Hamilton who kept his head to secure his first win since last August's Belgian Grand Prix. An honourable mention must also go to Red Bull's Mark Webber who transformed the misery of 18th on the grid into a podium triumph. We take a team-by-team look at how a memorable Shanghai race played out... More...
HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was your star of Shanghai?
April 17, 2011 (22:15) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
In an extraordinary Chinese GP in Shanghai, we reckon seven competitors stood out to be considered for the 'Driver of the Day' accolade. Here are our suggestions - see if you agree... More...
Horner hails 'awesome' Webber 'driver of the day' in Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (15:20) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Lewis Hamilton might have won the Chinese GP, but Mark Webber was the 'driver of the day' in Shanghai for his stirring charge from 18th to the podium, contends Christian Horner. More...
Fuel worries cost Rosberg Shanghai podium
April 17, 2011 (14:35) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Nico Rosberg saw his hopes of a Chinese Grand Prix podium 'shanghai'd' by unexpectedly high fuel consumption on his mercedes. More...
Frustrating day for Toro Rosso at Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (12:15) [ Indexed from F1technical.net ]
It was a difficult and frustrating day at Shanghai for the Scuderia Toro Rosso. Jaime Alguersuari was forced to retire as he lost a wheel right after a pit stop. Team mate Sebastien Buemi finished the race in 14th position, but was left frustrated not to score any points. More...
Hamilton wins, Webber stars at sparkling Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (12:10) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
He had been criticised pre-race for having failed to manage his tyres well in Malaysia. In China seven days on, Lewis Hamilton was the Pirelli maestro - but Mark Webber stole the show. More...
Race - Hamilton takes sensational Shanghai win
April 17, 2011 (11:55) [ Indexed from Formula1.com ]
Lewis Hamilton scored a fabulous victory for McLaren in a Chinese race of excellent drives, catching and passing Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel on the 52nd of the 56 laps as the reigning world champion's gamble on a two-stop strategy - and a 25-lap run on Pirelli's hard rubber - just failed to pay off. Behind them, Mark Webber drove a brilliant race from 18th to third in the second Red Bull, only seven seconds behind Hamilton, after catching and despatching Mercedes' Michael Schumacher and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, then doing the same to Ferrari's Felipe Massa, Nico Rosberg in the second Mercedes and McLaren's Jenson Button in the closing stages. More...
Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai - Race results
April 17, 2011 (11:05) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese GP after hunting down Sebastian Vettel in Shanghai. More...
Latest F1 photos: Sunday in Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (10:55) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
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Hamilton dramatically beats Red Bull in Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (10:55) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Lewis Hamilton has broken Sebastian Vettels run of victories by winning Sundays Chinese Grand Prix in dramatic fashion. In a race which featured much overtaking and a number of different leaders, the McLaren driver enjoyed his second Shanghai win from the German as Mark Webber stormed to a podium finish from 18th on the grid. More...
Hamilton beats Red Bull in Shanghai
April 17, 2011 (10:50) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Lewis Hamilton has broken Sebastian Vettels run of victories by winning Sundays Chinese Grand Prix in dramatic fashion. In a race which featured much overtaking and a number of different leaders, the McLaren driver enjoyed his second Shanghai win from the German as Mark Webber stormed to a podium finish from 18th on the grid. More...
Qualifying - Vettel storms to Shanghai pole
April 16, 2011 (09:45) [ Indexed from Formula1.com ]
Sebastian Vettel took yet another pole position for Red Bull in a disjointed but exciting qualifying session in Shanghai on Saturday afternoon. In overcast conditions the Red Bull driver performed his usual trick of pulling something extra out of the bag in Q3 and moved well clear of the McLarens of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton. The world champion lapped in 1m 33.706s, far and away the fastest time of the weekend, leaving Button to 1m 34.421s and Hamilton to 1m 34.463s, a wobble exiting the final corner costing him crucial fractions. More...
Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai - Qualifying times
April 16, 2011 (09:40) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Sebastian Vettel claims pole in Shanghai, while McLaren boys take advantage of more Webber woe. More...
No surprise in Shanghai as Vettel blitzes field for pole
April 16, 2011 (09:40) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
It was the Red Bull show again in qualifying for the F1 2011 Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai this weekend - well, for one of them, anyway... More...
Pole for Vettel in Shanghai
April 16, 2011 (09:40) [ Indexed from Sky Sports ]
World champion Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton. More...
Vettel claims Shanghai pole
April 16, 2011 (09:25) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Sebastian Vettel continues his sweep of pole positions in F1 2011 with top spot in Shanghai. More...
Latest F1 photos: Saturday in Shanghai
April 16, 2011 (09:05) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
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Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai - Saturday free practice
April 16, 2011 (06:35) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Sebastian Vettel continues to set the pace in Shanghai as practice ends ahead of qualifyng for the Chinese Grand Prix. More...

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