Spotted by Wolf – 2nd Edition

WolfThe Wolf is back with the articles and posts from the webs and blogs.

Force India launched their VJM01 in grand ceremony in Mumbai. F1 Chronicles feels there were too many actresses and too few fans present. I think that Mr Mallya could have shown a bit more respect to his drivers by learning how to pronounce their names. You may watch the launch video on Force India web, it is still there. Mallya also revealed that EADS and Airbus help with Force India car development. Let’s hope they do not forget that the wings on F1 car serve different purpose than the aircraft wings :-) .

The Singapore night race has its fans and its opposition. Here is a view from a blogger from Singapore, himself a regular F1Wolf reader and commentator.

The “Barcelona Hamilton Affair” continues to be discussed. Bloggers keep expressing their views, while one of the monkey dressed people explains he is not a racist.

Luca Baldisserri, Ferrari’s sporting director thinks that Lewis Hamilton is a bit heavy and hard on the rear tyres without the driving aids. I am not sure if that is the case, but this video (after the Alonso chants early on :-) ) shows Lewis sliding quite a bit.

Super Aguri made it to the news again. Their car passed the crash test and received the OK from FIA. And it would not be a proper F1 week without a new speculation on Super Aguri buyers / investors.

In the US the Champ Car and Indy Racing League seem to be headed for a merger. What implications it may have on F1 in the USA ?


And an idea of MustCommentMonday came from Sidepodast. So if you never ever comment on blogs, try to make our days, make it a habit and do comment on Mondays at least :-) .

2 Comments Post a Comment
  1. sidepodcastNo Gravatar says:

    interesting point about rear tyres, that boy is sliding a lot. he did in monaco too, but to a lesser extent.

    also, i didn’t realise teams study other driver’s styles in quite that much detail.

    should we be annoyed that the button looks better on your web site than it does ours?


    sidepodcast’s last blog post..Episode 51 – What’s That Helmet Doing in the Middle of my Dinner?

  2. F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

    well, it is nice button :-)

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1. Sebastian VETTEL
3. Fernando ALONSO
4. Felipe MASSA
5. Jenson BUTTON
6. Sergio PEREZ
8. Romain GROSJEAN
10. Lewis HAMILTON
12. Esteban GUTIEREZ
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14. Paul di RESTA
15. Adrian SUTIL
16. Pastor MALDONADO
17. Valtteri BOTTAS
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19. Jean Eric VERGNE
20. Charles PIC
21. Giedo van der GARDE
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