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A Grand Prix in Review: Albert Park, Round 1

The season opener was cast in black and white. A race filled with strangeness, triumph, comeback, disappointment and loss, this years Australian Grand Prix was filled with conflicting emotions. 


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Weekly Wrap Up [Week 6]

F1 pundit Dane Hansen, writes for The Formula 1 Issue giving you weekly breakdowns of exclusive, need to know facts about the exciting and dynamic world that is Formula One. Find out what happened here… March 9th – 15th   1gp3 Read the rest of this entry

A Grand Prix in Preview: The Australian Grand Prix




Date: 15 March 2015

Name of circuit: Albert Park

First Grand Prix: 1996

Type: Temporary, street circuit. Moderately quick with slower complexes.

Circuit Length: 5.303 km

Laps: 58

Lap Record: 1:24.125 – M Schumacher (2004) / Ferrari F2004

Tyre allocation: Medium (white rimmed tyre wall) and Soft (yellow rimmed tyre wall)

DRS Zones: Two, with one activation point.

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Top 12 Most Dominant Formula One Cars

Every once in a while, an F1 team produces something different. A car that is so great, it cannot even be termed competitive.They were simply to good. Some dominated for just a season, whilst others remained and were developed for years. 

Formula One is sports automated gift to mankind. Heroes from all populated continents have competed in some spectacular machinery over the years. Remarkable designers and architects of cars have bred some creative and awe-inspiring initiatives. The challenge for engineers to work their way around the rules and regulations has been a constantly fascinating journey. Some innovations were so ingenious that scrutineers failed to nullify any unwanted loopholes found by teams. Some names that have emerged over the decades have helped create Formula One into the household name it is today. Here are the top twelve most dominant cars in Formula One.

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