2008 Chinese F1 GP – Video Preview

Here is the video preview of the 5th Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix race:

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This edit includes:
– the venue
– the people
– the previous winner
– the 2008 title contenders
– track preview
– feature on overtaking with Nico Rosberg

If for any reason the above video does not load fast enough you can watch it also on Facebook, at F1Wolf Club, on Dailymotion, on Vimeo or YouTube.


2008 Japanese F1 GP – Race Result – Alonso wins again

Fernando Alonso Japanese GP 2008

Fernando Alonso Japanese GP 2008

Against all the odds Fernando Alonso won his second race in row after the title contenders got it all wrong. Alonso now has as many wins as Kimi Raikkonen this year … Robert Kubica finished second, Kimi Raikkonen returned to the podium in third place. Kubica keeps himself in the title fight but Kimi is now officially out. Nelson Piquet seems to serious about keeping his Renault F1 drive after finishing 4th. Felipe Massa claimed one point for 8th (pending stewards investigation for the Massa vs Bourdais incident). Lewis Hamilton just aboyt outlapped himself on the last lap and scored zero. As it stands 6 points separate Hamilton and Massa. The drive through penalties for Hamilton and Massa will however probably be the main talking points of this race (videos of the incidents involving Massa and Hamilton at the bottom of this post) …

Update: Sebastien Bourdais was given 25 seconds penalty for his out-of-the-pitlane tussle with Felipe Massa. As a result Bourdais dropped to 10th place, Massa was elevated to 7th and Mark Webber to 8th, Heidfeld to 9th. The gap between Massa and Hamilton is now only 5 points … Yet another talking point …

2008 Japanese F1 GP Result:


2008 Japanese Formula 1 GP – Wolf’s Race Preview

Japanese GP 2007

Japanese GP 2007

After the amazing Singapore GP experience it is time to move to Japan and for second year in a row to Fuji Speedway. Although this will be the second GP on the revamped Fuji track it still remains sort of an uknown quantity. Torrential rains turned the 2007 Japanese GP into a speedboat race and so we are yet to see how the Formula 1 car racing here looks.

The 2007 race was a bizzare spectacle. The race had to be started behind the safety car and continued in that fashion for 18 laps. Ferraris messed up the tyres and had to pit following the orders from FIA (hey, there really are times FIA rules against Marenello). At that point it looked like that blunder handed the 2007 title to Lewis Hamilton (before he handed it to Kimi).


2008 Japanese F1 GP – Video Preview

The 2008 Formula 1 tour of Asia continues this weekend in Japan. Here is the video preview of 2008 Japanese Grand Prix.

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This edit includes:
– views of the surrounding areas
– flashback to 2007 Japanese GP
– track preview with Nico Rosberg and Kazuki Nakajima
– all accompanied with Japanese tunes

If for any reason the above video does not load fast enough you can watch this video also on Facebook, at F1Wolf Club or on Dailymotion.

More 2007 Japanese GP action footage in these posts from last year:

Webber Vettel crash video:
Massa vs Kubica fight:

One more Singapore video, this time onboard with Nico Rosberg

Daniel from F1Bloggen is doing great job discovering all these videos … Here is his new find, onboard lap of Singapore track with Nico Rosberg (click to watch). Simulator of course, the real F1 cars still have to wait till Friday to taste the latest F1 street track. The video is also featured on WilliamsF1 website and in F1WolfClub video collection.

2008 Singapore F1 GP – The Video Preview

As I will be heading down to Singpore later this week, the race video preview is here earlier than usual. So here is the preview of the first Formula 1 night race – 2008 Singapore F1 Grand Prix.

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This video edit features
– photos from Singapore
– interviews with Nico Rosberg, Christian Danner, the Toyota guys Timo Glock, Jarno Trulli, Dieter Gass, Richard Cregan and John Howett
– flying (virtual) lap on Singapore street track with Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel
– and the man with the magic light switch :-)

Warning – the noise level of some parts of this video edit is purposely higher.

This video is also available on F1Wolf Group on Facebook and Dailymotion

Countdown to Singapore Grand Prix – Let’s start with McLaren

The Singapore Grand Prix, the first ever Formula 1 night race, is just around the corner. I will have several posts leading up to the race, I will also resurrect some of the older ones I made in the past 12 months, just to refresh the memory. And of course there will be some reporting directly from Singapore once we arrive there in the afternoon of September 26.

This post was supposed to end here. But then I received email from Daniel from F1Bloggen with a video he found on Forumula1.com that fits well to this topic. So let’s kick off with a look at the preparations for the Singapore night race at McLaren:

Getting ready for the Singapore Grand Prix!
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Video – Singapore Street Circuit – Lap with Mark Webber

I mentioned the video of Mark Webber’s (and Sebastian Vettel’s) virtual lap around the Singapore Street Circuit in my Singapore GP update post yesterday. Here is the video.

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If for any reason the video in the above player does not load quickly enough, you may also watch it in the video collection at the F1WolfClub !

Yes, I know, it is Monza weekend ahead, but Singapore is coming up next !

2008 Italian F1 GP – Video Preview

Here is the video preview of 2008 Italian GP.

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It looks back at the previous Italian F1 GP winners, Christian Danner and Nico Rosberg introduce the Monza track and then it all ends with look into the F1 aero work.

If for any reason the video does not work, you can also see it on Facebook or the F1WolfClub pages.

Singapore Grand Prix – Few updates and a video !



We still have the final race of the European Formula 1 season before F1 moves to Asia, but there has been some news on Singapore GP (September 26-28, 2008). So before starting the previews of Italian GP, here are some updates on the first Formula 1 night race in Singapore as well as a video of a lap on this F1 night track:

The final schedule for Formula 1 sessions has been announced:

Friday: Practice 1 – 7pm to 8:30pm, Practice 2 – 9:30pm to 11pm
Saturday: Practice 3 – 7pm to 8pm, Qualifying 10pm – 11pm
Sunday: Race at 8pm

This means that now all Formula 1 sessions will be run after sunset giving the drivers more time to test in the night conditions.


2008 Belgian F1 GP – Wolf’s Race Review

Felipe Massa, 2008 Belgian GP

Felipe Massa, 2008 Belgian GP

So, we finally had a race that went to the wire. It actually went even further and the final result was amended about 2 hours after the race with 25 second penalties to Timo Glock (overtaking Webber under yellow flags) and the controversial one to Lewis Hamilton for cutting the chicane. The debate on that Hamilton’s penalty has already begun below another article. I wil focus this review more on the race action itself and later today post my take on the whole controversy.


2008 Belgian F1 GP – Video Preview

The video previews are back with a look at the Belgian F1 GP:

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This video includes:

– Look back at all the Belgian Grand Prix winners since the Spa returned to calendar in 1985
– Race preview with Nico Rosberg and Christian Danner
– The H.A.N.S. device and how it protects the driver
– The P.S. with brief flashback to 2005

This video can also be viewed at F1 Wolf Club, on Facebook and on also on Dailymotion

Music: music.podshow.com

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14-16 March - Australia
28-30 March - Malaysia
4-6 April - Bahrain
18-20 April - China
9-11 May - Spain
22-25 May - Monaco
6-8 June - Canada
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4-6 July - Great Britain
18-20 July - Germany
25-27 July - Hungary
22-24 August - Belgium
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