Spain – Qualifying – Maldonado on pole, Hamilton penalised

A dramatic qualifying session for tomorrow's Spanish Grand Prix has resulted in Pastor Maldonado taking his first pole position. It is the first pole for the Williams team since Brazil 2010, and the first for the Williams-Renault partnership since 1997. The surprises started in Q1 when Bruno Senna spun off while trying to progress to... Continue Reading →

Fit for Formula 1

The G-forces involved in driving an F1 car are far beyond anything an average person will ever experience. Under braking, drivers can be subjected to as much as 5G. Lateral forces in high-speed corners commonly exceed 3G. As a way of translating these numbers, the maximum braking force of a road car is around 1G.... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: