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Belgian Grand Prix
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
31, 01, 02 September 2012
Length of lap: 7.004 km (4.352 mi)
Total number of race laps: 44
Race length: 308.052 km (191.410 mi)
Most wins (constructors): Ferrari (16)
Fastest lap 2011: Mark Webber Red Bull 1:49.883

Last Race

Hungarian Grand Prix

Hungaroring Circuit

1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren
2 Kimi Räikkönen Lotus
3 Romain Grosjean Lotus
Fastest Lap
Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 1:24.136
Pole Position
Lewis Hamilton McLaren 1:20.953

2011 Cars images

Spanish GP, Catalunya Circuit - Race. F1 image 2011 (HD PHOTO)
Michael Schumacher, Mercedes MGP W02
Spanish GP, Catalunya Circuit
Formula 1 image 2011 (Photo 1920x1280)
Turkish GP, Istanbul Park Circuit - Race. F1 image 2011 (HD PHOTO 1920x1280)
Lewis Hamilton & Jenson Button, McLaren MP4-25
Turkish GP, Istanbul Park Circuit
Formula 1 image 2011
Chinese GP, Shanghai International Circuit - Race. F1 wallpaper 2011 (HD PHOTO 1920x1280)
Fernando Alonso. Ferrari 150° Italia
Chinese GP, Shanghai International Circuit - Race.
Formula 1 image 2011

F1 Race

Friday practice times

Bahrain Grand Prix free practice session two times

1. MASSA Ferrari 1m31.412s
2. RAIKKONEN Ferrari 1m32.327s
3. KOVALAINEN McLaren 1m32.752s

Practice two - Ferrari in command as Hamilton crashes

Ferraris Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen continued to head practice in Bahrain on Friday afternoon, as the day came to a dramatic halt for Lewis Hamilton.

FIA post-race press conference - Malaysia

Reproduced with kind permission of the FIA
1st Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari), 1h31m18.555s; 2nd Robert Kubica (BMW Sauber), 1h31m38.125s; 3rd Heikki Kovlainen (McLaren), 1h31m57.005s.

Malaysian GP result - 56 laps

1. RAIKKONEN Ferrari 1h31m18.555s
2. KUBICA BMW +19.5s
3. KOVALAINEN McLaren +38.4s
4. TRULLI Toyota +45.8s
5. HAMILTON McLaren +46.5s
6. HEIDFELD BMW +49.8s
7. WEBBER Red Bull +1m08.1s
8. ALONSO Renault +1m10.0s
9. COULTHARD Red Bull +1m16.2s
10. BUTTON Honda +1m26.2s
11. PIQUET Renault +1m32.2s
12. FISICHELLA Force India +1 lap
13. BARRICHELLO Honda +1 lap
14. ROSBERG Williams +1 lap
15. DAVIDSON Super Aguri +1 lap
16. SATO Super Aguri +2 laps
17. NAKAJIMA Williams +2 laps
R. VETTEL Toro Rosso +17 laps
R. MASSA Ferrari +26 laps
R. SUTIL Force India +51 laps
R. GLOCK Toyota +55 laps
R. BOURDAIS Toro Rosso +56 laps

Fastest lap: HEIDFELD 1m35.366s

FIA post-qualifying press conference - Malaysia

Reproduced with kind permission of the FIA
Drivers: 1st Felipe Massa (Ferrari), 1m35.748s; 2nd Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari), 1m36.230s; 3rd Heikki Kovalainen (McLaren), 1m36.613s.

Qualifying times - Malaysian GP

Pole position shootout

1. MASSA Ferrari 1m35.748s
2. RAIKKONEN Ferrari 1m36.230s
3. KOVALAINEN McLaren 1m36.613s
4. HAMILTON McLaren 1m36.709s
5. TRULLI Toyota 1m36.711s
6. KUBICA BMW 1m36.727s
7. HEIDFELD BMW 1m36.753s
8. WEBBER Red Bull 1m37.009s
9. ALONSO Renault 1m38.450s
10. GLOCK Toyota 1m39.656s

FIA Friday press conference - Malaysia

Reproduced with kind permission of the FIA
Team principals: Gerhard Berger (Toro Rosso), Mario Theissen (BMW Sauber), Martin Whitmarsh (McLaren Mercedes)

Practice Two - Hamilton sets the Friday pace at Sepang

His gear selection problems from this morning rectified, McLarens Lewis Hamilton grabbed the fastest time of the day from Ferrari with 10 minutes left of this afternoons Malaysian Grand Prix practice session.

Friday practice - selected driver quotes

The first day of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend brought the predicted tight battle between McLaren and Ferrari, but also a few surprises, not least Jenson Button fourth fastest for Honda and Giancarlo Fisichella ninth for Force India. All 22 men report back from Sepang (note - times and positions refer to practice two).

FIA post-race press conference - Australia

Reproduced with kind permission of the FIA
1st Lewis Hamilton (McLaren), 1h34m50.616s; 2nd Nick Heidfeld (BMW Sauber), 1h34m56.094s; 3rd Nico Rosberg (Williams), 1h34m58.779s.

Australian Grand Prix - selected driver quotes

Lewis Hamilton on his flying start to the season; Williams Nico Rosberg on his maiden podium; Timo Glock on his spectacular accident in the Toyota; and Kimi Raikkonen on Ferraris miserable Melbourne experience. All 22 drivers report back on Sundays action at Albert Park…

Ferrari rue dismal Melbourne weekend

Ahead of this weekends Australian Grand Prix, Ferrari had looked strong enough to lead many to suspect they would dominate the Melbourne race in much the same way as they did last season. The Italian team, however, leave Albert Park on Sunday with just one solitary point, after both Felipe Massa and world champion Kimi Raikkonen exited the Australian race prematurely with engine trouble.

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Flash news

Ferrari classics to go on show at Bahrain race

During the forthcoming Bahrain Grand Prix fans will get the chance to get up close and personal with an array of historic Ferrari Formula One cars, as the Italian company continues celebrations to mark its 60th anniversary with a special exhibition.

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2012 Race Drivers

Sebastian Vettel
Mark Webber
Lewis Hamilton
Jenson Button
Fernando Alonso
Felipe Massa
Michael Schumacher
Nico Rosberg
Kimi Räikkönen
Romain Grosjean
Paul di Resta
Nico Hulkenberg
Kamui Kobayashi
Sergio Perez
Daniel Ricciardo
Jean-Eric Vergne
Pastor Maldonado
Bruno Senna
Heikki Kovalainen
Vitaly Petrov
Pedro de la Rosa
Narain Karthikeyan
Timo Glock
Charles Pic

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