The third race of the 2010 F1 race has moved to Sepang, Malaysia and the rain definitely played havoc during qualifying as the top 4 drivers are at the back of the starting grid. Jarno Trulli, Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa all dropped out of the first qualifying session itself.
Mark Webber from Renault is on pole position, followed by Nico Rosberg from Mercedes. Sebastian Vettel is on third position followed by Adrian Sutil of Force India. Michael Schumacher occupies the 4th row at 8th position.
You can find all the race positions by visiting the official F1 page for Malaysian qualifying results. Coming back to the race now, it will definitely be a interesting one considering the big names have to make up a lot of ground and the rain will definitely make things more difficult for them.
Ready to catch the F1 action live from the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang? You can watch the streams live online at Ustream.tv. You will also find streams and news on the official Speed TV page and also on the Official Forumla1 site at http://www.formula1.com/video/
The second race of the 2010 F1 race has moved to Melbourne, Australia and the race will definitely be a good one with Red Bull leading the pack by occupying the first row on the starting grid.
Sebastian Vettel is on poll position for the Australian Grand Prix, followed by teammate Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso. Jenson Button came in 4th followed by Felipe Massa. Michael Schumacher still has the passion in him and will definitely be a driver to keep an eye on. Michael occupies the 4th row at 7th position, followed by his old Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello.
You can find all the race positions by visiting the official F1 page for Australian qualifying results. Coming back to the race now, it will definitely be a interesting one considering the big names on the front rows.
Ready to catch the F1 action live from the Australian Grand Prix? You can watch the streams live online at Ustream.tv. You will also find streams and news on the official Speed TV page and also on the Official Forumla1 site at http://www.formula1.com/video/
Formula1 has launched the official F1 app for Windows Mobile based phones and the iPhone in association with Vodafone.
The app was officially released by Formula1 and will allow users to view the race news, season calendar, race timelines and race results among other things.
The app is currently available as a free download for Windows Mobile devices and the iPhone, hopefully they will also release similar app for Symbian based phones. However, users for platforms not supported by the app can always access a similar interface by visiting mobile.formula1.com from their mobile browser.
Formula1 (F1) Mobile App Features
- Season calendar, race timetables & circuit profiles
- Interviews, features & technical analysis
- Extensive galleries, from races, testing, launches & more
- Full results archive back to 1950
- Team and driver profiles, including every world champion
- Rules & regulations
You can download the official Forumla1 App for Windows Mobile by visiting this page, the download for iPhone is available at iTunes here.
It’s Formula 1 time folks! Yes that time of the year when everyone gears up for the sport that defines speed. Starting off with the Bahrain Grand Prix, the 2010 season of Formula 1 will be as fast, exciting and adrenaline-pumping as ever. The qualifier for this season is on the 13th of March at 11:00AM GMT (2:00PM local race time or 4:30PM IST) while the main race will be at 12 noon GMT (3:00PM local race time or 5:30PM IST). With twelve teams lining up for the nineteen-race event, the entire season will be a treat for racing fans!
With many changes in the rules and regulations this season, and the withdrawal of BMW and Toyota from the season, only four engine companies (Mercedes, Ferrari, Cosworth and Renault) are powering the entire grid. The teams have had quite the number of changes, and with no Finn in my favorite team (considering the fact that I consider Mika Hakkinen to be the greatest driver in the history of F1 that I have witnessed) I will not be quite as loud while cheering McLaren.
Bahrain’s 49-lap 6.299Km circuit will not test the drivers’ skill as much as it will test the 50,000 grandstand spectators’ cheer. Built with entertainment in mind, the six-year old circuit will be a treat to watch F1 on. Yes, the closest thing to the grandstand seats you will get is your TV or your laptop with an internet connection! Well, since this is a Watch Stuff Onlinepost, you get the general idea! However, most live streaming facilities online are paid services in this sport more than any other. While we are trying to get you the best live streaming facilities for free, you can still enjoy the live timing page on the official website.
Update: You can find live streams for the Formula1 races on Ustream, just follow this link and click on the available videos. You will also find streams and news on the official Speed TV page and also on the Official Forumla1 site at http://www.formula1.com/video/. We will update this page as soon as more streams become available.