If anyone thought Jenson Button appeared to be unstoppable and under no pressure, you might be surprised to learn that from Lap 8 of the Australian Grand Prix, both McLaren’s were in fuel saving mode.
March 18, 2012 in Australian Grand Prix
The idea of Niawm is all get fans opinions and thoughts out there, which is why I’m so happy to tell you that this is a guest post, written by the lovely Louise. It’s a fantastic post and hopefully you can look forward to many more posts from Louise. Enjoy!
After what seemed like a painfully long off-season, for the fans anyway, today was finally the day everyone had been waiting for: the first race of the 2012 F1 season at Albert Park in Melbourne. And if the weekend so far was anything to go by, it certainly wasn’t going to be a boring one. Read the rest of this entry →
After what feels like years without Formula 1, the season kicked off today in a soggy Melbourne, with Practice 1 and 2.
So here’s a brief round of up P1 & P2, with full times.
The McLarens looked strong with Jenson Button doing a 1:27.560 with Lewis Hamilton close behind with a 1:27.805. Michael Schumacher was hot on the tail of the two McLarens putting in a 1:28.235. Read the rest of this entry →
The start of the 2012 Formula 1 season is almost upon us. I’d be interested to know where you all are on the excitement scale of: indifferent to peeing your pants with excitement?
So without further ado, here’s where you can catch the coverage of the Australian Grand Prix from Practice through to the Race.
Please let me know if I’ve missed anything out and all times are GMT.
Practice 1: Friday 16th March