March 27, 2010

2010 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix Preview
Part 1


For those of you interested in Formula One racing, I've compiled some articles from Formula1.com on this season's second race. The list below includes the first batch (Part 1) of posts (Through Friday - March 26, 2010) that add up to a good preview for the 2010 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday - March 28, 2010.

More entries that aren't directly related to this weekend's race in particular can be found at the F1 web site, as well as in some of Junior's 'Reading And Viewing List' posts. Since you can scan the list, then pick only the articles that strike your fancy, this may save you some time.


BMW Sauber expect ‘significant improvement’ in Australia
Posted at Formula1.com on March 19, 2010

Many pundits had tipped BMW Sauber as one of the dark horses for 2010 after their promising pace in pre-season testing. That promise failed to materialise in Bahrain with a double DNF, but having rested and regrouped the Swiss team are predicting far better things for round two in Australia...

HRT targeting race finishes in Australia
Posted at Formula1.com on March 22, 2010

With no pre-season testing, the Bahrain Grand Prix was never going to be an easy undertaking for new team HRT. But following a disappointing double DNF at Sakhir, the Spanish outfit are targeting a much more successful outing at this weekend’s Australian race...

Australia Preview - Red Bull, or Prancing Horse?
Posted at Formula1.com on March 25, 2010

After all the anticipation of the opening round of the championship in Bahrain a fortnight ago, this weekend’s second round is almost as eagerly awaited - if only to see if anyone catch match Red Bull’s fearsome speed, or unsettle Ferrari’s finishing ability...

FIA Thursday press conference - Australia
Posted at Formula1.com on March 25, 2010

Drivers: Vitaly Petrov (Renault), Bruno Senna (HRT), Jarno Trulli (Lotus) and Mark Webber (Red Bull).

Q: Bruno, how tough was Bahrain?
Bruno Senna:
It was a pretty big challenge. The team arrived there with no previous preparation and everything had to be done there and we struggled a little bit. We couldn't learn from previous experience, so we had to do everything on the few laps we had and it didn't make our lives easy but the team still did a pretty amazing job to be there and get both cars on the grid...

Australia preview quotes - Lotus, Bridgestone, Virgin, Ferrari
& more

Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

After the spectacular but sparse desert setting of Bahrain, the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship heads to Australia and the bustling metropolis of Melbourne for round two. Both the city and circuit are favourites - not just with those in the stands, but also with those hard at work in the paddock and on the track...

Practice One - Kubica puts Renault on top
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

Robert Kubica got Renault's Australian Grand Prix campaign off to a fine start with the fastest time in Friday morning's opening practice session. The Pole took his R30 round in 1m 26.927s, making him the only driver to breach the 1m 27s mark...

Practice Two - McLaren lead rain-hit session
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

Friday afternoon’s second practice session for this weekend's Australian Grand Prix nearly only lasted half an hour, even though the clocks were running for three times that. The problem was that one of the forecast showers arrived a third of the way through, and left the track so slick that it was not until the last 10 minutes that anybody went any faster...

Friday practice - selected team and driver quotes
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

Renault, McLaren, Mercedes and Red Bull all made an impression on the timesheets during the first day of the Australian Grand Prix weekend. The leading teams and their rivals reflect on their early progress at Melbourne...

Q&A with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

Although his Friday didn’t quite go to plan after an off-track excursion during Practice Two, Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel is optimistic that he’ll be back amongst the frontrunners on Saturday in Melbourne. With Vettel’s team mate Mark Webber finishing the day third quickest, the odds seem good for the young German...

Lewis Hamilton Q&A: We are thrilled with our pace
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

The rain during Friday’s Practice Two seemed to make all the difference for the fortunes of McLaren, with Lewis Hamilton topping the timesheets ahead of team mate Jenson Button in second. Although the British team are still unsure about where they stand when compared to their rivals, it’s certainly boosted Hamilton’s confidence...

FIA Friday press conference - Australia
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

Team principals: Ross Brawn (Mercedes), Stefano Domenicali (Ferrari), Christian Horner (Red Bull) and Martin Whitmarsh (McLaren)

Q: A question for you all. Was the result in Bahrain pretty much what you expected or were there some surprises?
Martin Whitmarsh:
We didn’t think we were going to be that slow. That was a surprise...

Friday analysis - all to play for in rainy Melbourne
Posted at Formula1.com on March 26, 2010

The track rubbered in quite quickly during the morning session at Melbourne’s Albert Park on Friday, but the edgy weather in the afternoon was something of a nightmare for the teams as they sought to fine tune their cars ahead of Saturday’s all-important qualifying session...

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