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Ecclestone Labels New Qualifying ‘Pretty Crap’

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Formula One Supremo Bernie Ecclestone who is not in Australia for tomorrow’s opening race of the season has labeled the new qualifying format which he watched on TV as ‘pretty crap to watch’. Speaking following the session, Mr Ecclestone stated: I watched it, but I have to say I wasn’t enthusiastic about it from day one,┬áIt was pretty crap. But […]

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Impressive Start For Palmer As He Out-qualifies Magnussen For His F1 Debut Down Under

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Renault Sport F1 Team’s Jolyon Palmer did a great job in his very first Formula One qualifying session as the Englishman out-qualified his more experienced team mate Kevin Magnussen for Sunday’s season opening Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit. Palmer will start the race from 14th place on the grid after setting a time of 1m 27.241s and […]

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Whiting Unimpressed With Hamilton’s Immature Attitude

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FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting has slammed reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton for ‘his immature attitude’. Whiting revealed that Hamilton missed a key meeting with the other drivers to discuss the new rule changes relating to qualifying. Speaking to the telegraph newspaper, Whiting was unimpressed with Hamilton’s behavior and his antics away from the track. Whiting is the not the […]

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Points Possible For Williams Starting In Sixth And Eleventh In Melbourne

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Saturday 19 March 2016.
Felipe Massa, Williams FW38 Mercedes.
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Williams Martini Racing Team’s Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas had a strong opening qualifying session for 2016 and will start Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix from sixth and eleventh on the grid. Felipe Massa set a fastest time of 1m 25.458s and will start the race alongside Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen. Speaking following the session, Massa commented by saying: It was […]

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