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David Coulthard for Colin McRae, Japanese GP, Fuji 2007

David Coulthard’s helmet in Colin McRae’s colours for 2007 Japanese GP
DC for Colin McRae

Japanese GP – Qualifying – Pole to Hamilton

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After some weather worries the qualifying had taken part and weather permitted all 3 sessions. The track was pretty much in the clouds at some parts especially during the Q1. Some rain kept falling all the time. Track conditions seemed to be improving for a while, with best around half the way through the Q2.
Q1 was not too good to the “home” teams and drivers. Yamamoto, Sato, Davidson (Super Aguri), Barrichello (Honda), Wurz (Williams-Toyota) were all eliminated. Ralf Schumacher made it to Q2, but his collisions with Yamamoto wrecked his car and ended his day. However the uncertainty about the weather caused non stop action during the race, with all the cars trying improve their times all the time, just in case the weather does not permit the qualifying to continue.

Japanese GP – Saturday Practice – Abandoned

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After several delays due to poor visibility, the morning practice finally went ahead only to be abandoned after 4 minutes due to heavy rain. There were only 3 drivers who managed at least 1 flying lap.
Alex Wurz was fastest on a 1:32.746, two seconds ahead of Nico Rosberg and 3.4 seconds ahead of Trulli. The teams will have to work with whatever data they collected on Friday. Not exactly the best way going into the qualifying and race on a brand new track.

Further rain in Fuji F1 track area is predicted for the Japanese F1 weekend.

Singapore F1 circuit receives provisional approval

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FIA has provisionally approved Singapore’s 5.067km street track. The last big outstanding decision is whether the race will be held as a night race as planned or not.

New looks for teams and drivers for Japanese GP

Browsing the web and the galleries you can see several new things on display in Japan.

First of all, Super Aguri ditched the non-paying SS United and placed several new sponsor stickers on the car, including their new main one – Four Leaf.
New Super Aguri

Red Bull also has a new logo on the car – 7 Eleven.



Japanese GP – Friday Practice

The Fuji weekend got on the way with the first practice. Ferrari seems be getting used to the new track quicker than the others and Raikkonen quicker than Massa. The practice one order would not be far from a dream result for Ferrari Look at Adrian Sutil and imagine this guy in a better car… […]


Celebrating New F1Wolf.com Design With $100 Competition

New F1Wolf.com Formula 1 blog is up and running ! Thanks to growing audience and Nate Whitehill’s design the green and blue theme is gone and new red hot one is here. To kick the revamped site off with a little bang, there is US$100 prize to win. All you need to do is to […]


Japanese GP Preview – Part 2 – Race Preview

Japanese Grand Prix traditionally held towards the end of the F1 season provided us with some excellent races and exciting individual performances in the past, even in the recent past. Last year, Michael Schumacher’s engine failure effectively decided the driver championship, requiring Schumi’s win and Alonso DNF in the last race. The 2005 race started […]


Formula 1 – Driver Rumours 2008 – Part 7 – Alonso To Ferrari ?

We had a quiet week but the rumours are now back and with vengeance. The day began mildly with news coming out of Spyker’s Adrian Sutil: “Several (teams) have shown interest in me. The question is: will one agree? And then it’s whether it’s something I want. Naturally none says: drive for me. Each team […]


Japanese GP Preview – Part 1 – Track Preview

The Japanese Grand Prix moved to a new track this season – Toyota owned Fuji Speedway. If you wonder, why the Fuji name, this is the reason: The track is situated in a truly spectacular area with fascinating views of the Fuji Mountain (weather permitting), 1 and half to 2 hours away from Tokyo.

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Formula 1 – 2004 Liveries

The trip down the history of F1 looks continues with 2004 liveries. This was the last year of Ferrari dominance, the best year of BAR Honda, the year of ugly walrus Williams but also the year when Ford chickened out leaving Jaguar and Cosworth for sale. Five out of the ten 2004 teams are no […]


Formula 1 Flashback – Sunday September 23, 1973 – Canadian GP

This Sunday 34 years ago Canadian GP was held in Mosport Park. This race is a proof, that there is a long history of mess ups in Formula 1. The rainy and foggy weather on the race day was not exactly race worthy, however after an hour’s delay the race eventually went ahead. Ronnie Peterson […]


2014 Teams and Drivers

Red Bull
Sebastian VETTEL
Fernando ALONSO
Adrian SUTIL
Force India
Sergio PEREZ
Felipe MASSA
Valtteri BOTTAS
Toro Rosso
Daniil KVYAT
Jean Eric VERGNE

2014 F1 Calendar

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
20-22 June - Austria
4-6 July - Great Britain
18-20 July - Germany
25-27 July - Hungary
22-24 August - Belgium
5-7 September - Italy
19-21 September - Singapore
3-5 October - Japan
10-12 October - Russia
31 October-2 November - USA
7-9 November - Brazil
21-23 November - Abu Dhabi


2010 Mercedes GP F1 Merchandise
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