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Kimi Raikkonen at the Hungarian GP qualifying

F1 2017: Belgian Gp First Practice Report – Raikkonen On Top

Kimi Raikkonen topped the first free practice session in his Ferrari ahead of Sunday’s Belgian grand prix. Formula 1 resumed after a month long shut down with a 90 minute practice session around the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit. It was Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen who topped the session with a quickest lap time of 1:45:502 set on […]

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Carlos Sainz Jr, Toro Rosso

F1 2015: Japanese GP First Free Practice Report – Sainz Quickest In Wet

Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz set the quickest time in a rain-hit first free practice session in Japan. Roughly and and a half hours before the start of the first free practice session in Japan the heavens opened and drenched the Suzuka circuit. As usual it did nothing to dampen the spirit of the Japanese […]

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F1 2014: Free Practice 1 Report – Rosberg Tops In Brazil

Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg topped the timing sheets at the end of the first free practice session ahead of Sunday’s Brazilian grand prix. The German driver was roughly two tenths faster than his championship rival and teammate Lewis Hamilton. Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat set the third fastest timing in overcast conditions nearly a second off the […]

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Susie Wolff

Susie Wolff Gets FP1 Outings In 2014

Susie Wolff is set to break the 22 year long wait for a woman in Formula 1. The Williams F1 team confirmed earlier that Wolff would continue her role as development driver alongside new signing Felipe Nasr. Wolff has tested for the Williams team on several previous ocassions including a run in the revamped young […]

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