The biggest threat to Red Bull is themselves (British GP pre-race analysis)

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Red Bull have been fastest in every session so far this weekend. But they’ve thrown away scores of points this year through driver errors and unreliability in the races. Can they banish those demons to score a second consecutive one-two at Silverstone? Or will the fragile RB6s and its warring drivers allow the likes of … Continue reading The biggest threat to Red Bull is themselves (British GP pre-race analysis)

Should Webber have got Red Bull’s new front wing instead of Vettel? (Poll)

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Sebastian Vettel is on pole position for tomorrow’s British Grand Prix. But team mate Mark Webber could be starting from the coveted P1 had Red Bull team principal Christian Horner not taken a controversial decision to take the team’s new front wing off Webber’s car and put it on Vettel’s. Did Horner make the right … Continue reading Should Webber have got Red Bull’s new front wing instead of Vettel? (Poll)

Vettel on pole as Red Bull dominate at Silverstone

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Sebastian Vettel is on pole position for the second year in a row at Silverstone, leading yet another Red Bull one-two. But reigning champion Jenson Button starts in 14th place for his home Grand Prix after failing to reach Q3. Team mate Lewis Hamilton starts from fourth place alongside Fernando Alonso. Q1 The usual suspects … Continue reading Vettel on pole as Red Bull dominate at Silverstone

2010 British Grand Prix grid

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Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’29.615Red Bull-Renault 2. Mark Webber 1’29.758Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Fernando Alonso 1’30.426Ferrari 4. Lewis Hamilton 1’30.556McLaren-Mercedes Row 3 5. Nico Rosberg 1’30.625Mercedes 6. Robert Kubica 1’31.040Renault Row 4 7. Felipe Massa 1’31.172Ferrari 8. Rubens Barrichello 1’31.175Williams-Cosworth Row 5 9. Pedro de la Rosa 1’31.274Sauber-Ferrari 10. Michael Schumacher 1’31.430Mercedes Row … Continue reading 2010 British Grand Prix grid

‘More to come’ from revised McLaren (British GP practice interactive data)

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McLaren have a lot of work to do to get the most out of their new exhaust package at Silverstone this weekend. Having ended second practice 1.5 seconds off Red Bull, Lewis Hamilton admitted: “We haven?t got the optimum out of the car yet, there?s still more to come.?? See below for the interactive data … Continue reading ‘More to come’ from revised McLaren (British GP practice interactive data)

Sakon Yamamoto to replace Bruno Senna at HRT at Silverstone

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HRT reserve driver Sakon Yamamoto will take the place of Bruno Senna in both of tomorrow’s practice sessions for the British Grand Prix. The team refused to confirm claims that Yamamoto will drive throughout the race weekend but other sources are reporting team principal Colin Kolles has stated Senna will not drive for the team … Continue reading Sakon Yamamoto to replace Bruno Senna at HRT at Silverstone

Red Bull’s speed may stop home success at Silverstone (British GP preview)

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Having won four races already this year Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton have their eyes on a home win at Silverstone? But the Red Bulls may prove just too quick to catch on a circuit where aerodynamic performance is crucial. Read on to see what surprises the new Silverstone may have in store for the … Continue reading Red Bull’s speed may stop home success at Silverstone (British GP preview)