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Moveable rear wings are not needed and already dying

July 1, 2010


Proposals for the mad moveable rear wing appear to be struggling already, just days after being announced out of the blue. At today’s F1 Fans’ Forum, McLaren principal Martin Whitmarsh said the option was still open to not use the devices at all, while engineer Jock Clear, of Mercedes, argued the sport has to be […]

Technical battles heat up ahead of Shanghai Grand Prix

April 14, 2010


The Shanghai Grand Prix is finally upon us after what feels like months since Red Bull dominated proceedings in Malaysia. There has been lots of talk in the past few days about technical innovations which are helping certain teams. McLaren has said it dropped its work on ride height in the wake of last week’s […]

Will Australia be better?

March 25, 2010


Formula One fans will be stocking up on the coffee this week as the circus arrives in Melbourne but will it be worth getting up early? Bahrain was a snooze-fest. It’s been well documented, everyone’s had their say. Suffice to say the problem was not entirely down to the desert track – though the absurdly […]