Silverstone – Alonso takes pole

Fernando Alonso has been the stand-out driver of 2012, as the only driver to have won two races thus far. But before yesterday, the Spaniard had not yet secured a pole position this season. That changed in a drenched Silverstone qualifying session. The rain came down just before the start of Q1, as a result... Continue Reading →

Canadian Grand Prix – Qualfiying prediction impossible

2012 has seen some of the tightest results in history. The cars and drivers are so evenly matched, it has become very difficult to predict who will be competitive. Qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix this afternoon could see just about anyone on pole. As expected, McLaren, Red Bull and Mercedes have been quick all... Continue Reading →

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 →

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