After this morning’s qualifying session for the Indian Grand Prix, most fans would be forgiven for thinking that they had been transported back in time. Just as in Korea and Japan, Red Bull dominated in a fashion reminiscent to 2011, securing another 1-2 result and confirming that, in qualifying trim at least, they are indeed in a league of their own.
Unlike Korea, it was Sebastian Vettel who took top spot, with Webber following closely behind. Their commanding performance crushed McLaren and, most importantly for the drivers championship, Ferrari, who could only manage 3-4 and 5-6 respectively. The result will be of particular concern for Fernando Alonso in fifth, who has three cars between him and Vettel. Read the rest of this entry →
Someone told me about this today and of course I couldn’t not watch it, I don’t know how I’ve not seen it before.
What is it you may be asking? It’s Sebastian Vettel doing what appears to be stand up at the Autosports Award ceremony. I’m pretty sure I’ve never heard an interview with him where he doesn’t lower the tone.
For the Kimi fans of you out there, there’s a rather accurate impression of Kimi Raikkonen.
Kimi’s back! Today Kimi Raikkonen is making a major step forward in his return to Formula 1. He will sit in a Formula 1 car for the first time since the end of the 2009 season. Read the rest of this entry →