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Alonso’s championship looks bright after win under the Singapore lights

September 26, 2010

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Fernando Alonso has cruised to his second victory in as many races to confirm his credentials at the very front of the title race. The Ferrari driver was flawless under the Singapore lights, almost effortlessly holding off the challenge from Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel The pair were evenly matched throughout, comfortably faster than their other […]

Fernando Alonso scores lightening pole under the lights

September 25, 2010

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Fernando Alonso did the maximum for his championship ambitions by storming to pole position in Singapore. The Spaniard’s opponents had no answer to a magnificent first run in Q3, heading the field with a flawless 1m 45.390s. It will be title leader Mark Webber who will be most disappointed from today’s session, finishing last among […]

Hoping for rain at Formula One’s brightest race

September 25, 2010

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The circus has begun under the bright lights of Singapore and Formula One is looking stunning. We’ll just have to hope the race weekend matches up. With unpredictable weather the prospects are looking good but it could take a phenomenal performance from somebody to liven up the show. The Red Bull cars have looked very […]

Crashgate ends with new bans for Briatore and Symonds

April 12, 2010

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Flavio Briatore has tonight apologised for the first time his role in crashgate, which saw Nelson Piquet Jr deliberately crash his Renault at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix. Both Briatore and Pat Symonds have reached a settlement with the FIA following a French court over turning their lifetime and five years bans respectively, meaning neither […]