Schumacher: we can still fight for title

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Chinese GP racepreparation in pictures Michael Schumacher says he can still fight for the world championship despite having only scored nine points in the first three races. Schumacher believes the new points system introduced this year will help him get back in touch with the leaders – if Mercedes can develop the W01 quickly enough. … Continue reading Schumacher: we can still fight for title

Fans help teams beat China’s Twitter block

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In the past year F1 fans have enjoyed increased coverage of the sport on Twitter from F1 teams and media outlets posting live updates from the races. But that service could be disrupted this weekend as China blocks its citizens from accessing Twitter. China’s notoriously strict regime of internet censorship, dubbed the ‘Great Firewall of … Continue reading Fans help teams beat China’s Twitter block

Cool weather and chance of rain in China

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We could see our third consecutive rain-affected F1 event this weekend. Weather forecasts for the Shanghai region this weekend indicate Friday and Saturday will stay dry but there’s a chance of light rain on Sunday which could affect the Grand Prix. It’s expected to stay cool in Shanghai with temperatures below 20C. Friday could be … Continue reading Cool weather and chance of rain in China

Renault aim to beat Mercedes in China

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After a stronger than expected start to 2010 Renault hope further upgrades to their R30 in China will allow them to challenge Mercedes. Technical director James Allison said: I think we can [beat Mercedes]because at the moment they?re only just ahead of us on qualifying pace, whereas we seemed to have the edge on race … Continue reading Renault aim to beat Mercedes in China

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