Six out of six – Can Lotus do it?

Five races have yielded five winners, in five different cars. That seems to be the nature of Formula One in 2012 - close competition, with the team that makes best use of the tyres coming out on top. While the racing has been tight and competitive, what is perhaps more exciting is that there is still no dominant... Continue Reading →

Watch out for Lotus

Lotus have a quick car. That much is obvious. In the hands of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean, the Lotus E20 occupied the lower two-thirds of the podium at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Grosjean qualified third in Australia. Both drivers have looked fast all season. But it bears considering that neither Raikkonen nor Grosjean was on... Continue Reading →

Jerez Day 2 – Schumacher tops the times, Caterham racks up the miles

Michael Schumacher topped the time sheets on the second day of pre-season testing at Jerez, Spain. The seven-time World Champion completed 132 laps with a fastest time of 1m18.561s, more than a second faster than yesterday's quickest lap by Kimi Raikkonen. Heikki Kovalainen made up for Caterham's limited running yesterday by completing 139 laps today,... Continue Reading →

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