No one knows better than Jenson Button that wild, crazy things can happen at the Canadian Grand Prix.
In a year when a record six world champions are taking field, F1 fanatics certainly aren`t complaining.
HRT should be quick enough to qualify for the Malaysian Grand Prix after misfiring in Melbourne last weekend, drivers Pedro De la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan said on Thursday.
Sebastian Vettel feels his Red Bull team need more time on track to fine tune their 2012 challenge and tipped McLaren as the team to beat at this weekend`s Malaysian Grand Prix.
Leaving behind the disappointment of Australian grand prix, Mercedes’ Michael Schumacher is hopeful of a good show in Malaysia.
Narain Karthikeyan will avail the services of renowned physiotherapist Balbir Singh, who was with legendary Michael Schumacher in his prime days, in the remaining of the 2012 Formula One season.
Force India driver Paul Di Resta, who picked one point after finishing in the 10th position, reflects on a busy Australian Grand Prix and talks about the physical challenge of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
HRT`s Narain Karthikeyan is confident of a better show in the second round of the Formula One season here following a no-show in Australia.
World champion Sebastian Vettel was satisfied with second place at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Paul di Resta finished Australian Grand Prix in the 10th position as Sahara Force India opened the season with one point.
Jenson Button hailed a big boost for McLaren on Sunday after his Australian Grand Prix victory wiped away the early season struggles of the last two years.
McLaren`s Jenson Button won the Formula One season-opening Australian Grand Prix ahead of world champion Sebastian Vettel on Sunday.
Narain Karthikeyan, India`s only F1 driver in 2012 season, put up a brave face despite enduring various car problems during the rain-affected Free Practice session for the Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton fought hard to avoid giving any hostages to fortune but was clearly more bullish about his chances of challenging for the world title.
Brazilian driver Felipe Massa will be happy if he gives it his best shot for Ferrari this season despite being under threat of the axe at the famous Italian team.
Fernando Alonso resonated positivity on his first public appearance in Australia on Thursday, maintaining Ferrari would be title contenders this year despite a disappointing winter testing.
Mark Webber has sweated through the European winter to give himself the best possible shot of beating double world champion team mate Sebastian Vettel.
Spain`s double world champion set the fastest lap of the day at the southern Spanish track, a result that pleased local supporters.
Kimi Raikkonen carried out one of his least favourite Formula One duties, answering media questions at a launch event on Monday.
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