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January 10, 2010, 10:35 AM
Here is the official schedule:

2010 FIA Formula One World Championship Race Calendar

01 2010 FORMULA 1 GULF AIR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX (Sakhir) 12 - 14 Mar
02 2010 FORMULA 1 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX (Melbourne) 26 - 28 Mar
03 2010 FORMULA 1 PETRONAS MALAYSIAN GRAND PRIX (Kuala Lumpur) 02 - 04 Apr
04 2010 FORMULA 1 CHINESE GRAND PRIX (Shanghai) 16 - 18 Apr
05 FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE ESPANA TELEFĂ“NICA 2010 (Catalunya) 07 - 09 May
06 FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2010 (Monte Carlo) 13 - 16 May
07 2010 FORMULA 1 TURKISH GRAND PRIX (Istanbul) 28 - 30 May
08 FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2010 (Montreal) 11 - 13 Jun
09 2010 FORMULA 1 TELEFĂ“NICA GRAND PRIX OF EUROPE (Valencia) 25 - 27 Jun
10 2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX (Silverstone) 09 - 11 Jul
12 FORMULA 1 MAGYAR NAGYDIJ 2010 (Budapest) 30 Jul - 01 Aug
13 2010 FORMULA 1 BELGIAN GRAND PRIX (Spa-Francorchamps) 27 - 29 Aug
15 2010 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX (Singapore) 24 - 26 Sep
16 2010 FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX (Suzuka) 08 - 10 Oct
17 2010 FORMULA 1 KOREAN GRAND PRIX (Yeongam) 22 - 24 Oct
18 FORMULA 1 GRANDE PREMIO DO BRASIL 2010 (Sao Paulo) 05 - 07 Nov
19 2010 FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX (Yas Marina Circuit) 12 - 14 Nov


January 10, 2010, 10:57 AM
New Rule: Change in Points

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January 20, 2010, 07:35 PM
hahaha sad :-p

This forum is too mainly based on cricket.. Noone cares about other sports..

January 20, 2010, 07:50 PM
hahaha sad :-p

This forum is too mainly based on cricket.. Noone cares about other sports..

Check out the NHL, NBA, NFL threads as well as the tennis ones. Plenty of people care.

January 20, 2010, 08:34 PM
Check out the NHL, NBA, NFL threads as well as the tennis ones. Plenty of people care.
True but still its mostly few of the "fixed" people who post.. And its not even 20% of the BC population..

January 20, 2010, 10:21 PM
You said "noone cares" so i proved you wrong. Lol i am just messing around man, i am bored. I know most people care about just cricket. But a significant amount do care about other sports.

January 20, 2010, 10:41 PM
You said "noone cares" so i proved you wrong. Lol i am just messing around man, i am bored. I know most people care about just cricket. But a significant amount do care about other sports.

No...no...please do continue. Nai mama threader cheye kana mama vala.

January 21, 2010, 02:26 PM
F1 is cool.

March 19, 2010, 08:11 AM
Bahrain Grand Prix
Position Country Driver Race Time
1 spain F Alonso 1:39:20.396
2 brazil F Massa 1:39:36.495
3 great britain L Hamilton 1:39:43.578
4 germany S Vettel 1:39:59.195
5 germany N Rosberg 1:40:00.609
6 germany M Schumacher 1:40:04.559
7 great britain J Button 1:40:05.676
8 australia M Webber 1:40:06.756
9 italy V Liuzzi 1:40:13.404
10 brazil R Barrichello 1:40:22.885

March 19, 2010, 08:13 AM
Drivers' world championship
Last updated: 14 Mar 2010 14:18 UKPosition Country Driver Points
1 Spa F Alonso 25
2 Brz F Massa 18
3 GB L Hamilton 15
4 Ger S Vettel 12
5 Ger N Rosberg 10
6 Ger M Schumacher 8
7 GB J Button 6
8 Aus M Webber 4
9 Ita V Liuzzi 2
10 Brz R Barrichello 1

March 21, 2010, 11:45 AM
Would be really interesting to see how Schumi does...

March 24, 2010, 09:12 PM
Vor paachtay uitha f1 dekha jodio poshay na, will look forward towards Schumi. Because of cricket hooplah havent paid attention here... :(

March 24, 2010, 09:45 PM
australian GP...coming up next....this weekend

March 27, 2010, 09:23 PM
MelbourneRace Date: 28 Mar 2010
Number of Laps: 58
Circuit Length: 5.303 km
Race Distance: 307.574 km
Lap Record: 1:24.125 - M Schumacher (2004)

March 28, 2010, 05:15 AM
Jenson Button won an incident-packed Australian Grand Prix after the leading Red Bull of Sebastian Vettel slid out of the race with brake failure.

An early swap to dry-weather slick tyres proved crucial in a race dominated by changing weather, crashes and breathtaking racing.

Vettel's lead looked secure until his mid-race problem allowed Button in.

A stubborn Robert Kubica claimed second for Renault, holding off the Ferraris of Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso.

Button's team-mate Lewis Hamilton was challenging Alonso for fourth in the closing stages but finished up sixth after a collision with the Red Bull of Mark Webber.

The Australian clattered into the back of Hamilton's car when he misjudged his braking as Hamilton pulled out of an attempt to pass the Ferrari with two laps to go.

Hamilton was fighting back after a decision by McLaren to bring him in mid-race to fit new tyres.

It made Hamilton much faster than those in front of him, who were still on the tyres they had fitted in the early laps as the track dried following a wet start. But he was frustrated in his attempts to pass and blamed his team for making a mistake on strategy.

"It was one of the drives of my life," Hamilton said. "Unfortunately due to the strategy I got put back and then I drove my heart out today and I think I deserved better. Everyone else in front of me did one stop and I did two."

In a sign of the drama to come, positions at the front of the pack were immediately jumbled into the first corner, with Massa making the biggest gain as he took advantage of the dry side of the track to pick his way up from seventh to second.

Alonso made a slow start from third on the grid and fell to the back of the field after tangling with Button at the first corner, while Hamilton moved up to seventh from 11th and Vettel kept clear of the raging battle behind him.

But the race's crucial strategic decision was soon to follow from Button on lap six.

The defending world champion had seen Hamilton sweep past and into sixth but more than made back the ground by stopping for dry-weather tyres.

Despite slipping off the track as he emerged from the pits, Button's decision was vindicated as he took more than two seconds off the previous fastest lap by Vettel and moved into second as the rest of the field pulled into the pits a lap later.

However Vettel looked to have the beating of Button before a repeat of his failure to convert pole position into victory in the season-opener in Bahrain.

The German ploughed into the gravel after a brake failure on turn 13 and, with clear track in front of him, Button built a 12-second lead over Kubica in second.

Pit-lane traffic had prevented Hamilton matching his team-mate's gains on his first stop and he was drawn into an engrossing four-way battle as he jostled with Webber, Massa and Alonso for fifth.

It seemed he had emerged victorious after watching Webber slide wide in front of him, stalking down Massa and slipping past third-placed Nico Rosberg with a daring move into the 150mph turn 11.

The 2008 world champion fell to fifth as he took new tyres on lap 34, but it appeared the decision may pay off as he closed on Alonso towards the end.

The Ferrari driver had seen his rival looming after a sustained period toiling behind team-mate Massa as the Brazilian struggled to get close enough to launch a strike at Kubica.

But Hamilton was ultimately fortunate to finish the race after his aborted pass was swiftly followed by a significant shunt from Webber.

Michael Schumacher's underwhelming return continued as he trailed home 10th after spending much of the middle part of the race trapped behind the Toro Rosso of Jaime Alguersuari.

Schumacher's former team Ferrari now occupy the top two positions in the drivers' standings with Alonso on 37 points, three clear of Massa, and race-winner Button third on 31 points.

Despite starting from pole in each of the season's race so far, Vettel heads to the next race in Malaysia on 4 April 25 points adrift of Alonso.

November 14, 2010, 06:31 AM
ajke last race

November 14, 2010, 06:32 AM
if Alonso wins or is second, it's game over. He is champion for a third time. If Webber wins the race, he will claim his maiden world crown if Alonso is third or worse. Vettel will win the title if he wins the race and Alonso is fifth or worse while Hamilton needs to win, Alonso to finish out of the points, Webber to be sixth or worse and Vettel to be third or worse.

November 14, 2010, 06:32 AM
so four drivers still can win the championship

November 14, 2010, 09:53 AM
Sebastian Vettel drove a masterful race to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and lift his first Formula 1 world title.

The 23-year-old Red Bull driver was third in the standings but led from pole and saw other results go his way to become the youngest ever champion.

Ferrari's championship leader Fernando Alonso came seventh, with Red Bull's other title hope Mark Webber eighth.

Lewis Hamilton, who had a slim title chance, finished second and his McLaren team-mate Jenson Button was third.

November 14, 2010, 10:02 AM
What a race, what a win by vettel, feel sorry for Webber, but very happy Alonso didnt win... A big thnx to Petrov... he did a great job holding Alonso....