9 April, 2013
Team and drivers preview the Chinese Grand Prix, Round 2 of the 2013 Formula 1 world championship, at Shanghai International Circuit.
Mike Coughlan, Technical Director: After a difficult two races we’ve been back at the factory going through the data to try to understand where we need to improve. We feel we have a better understanding of where we are and the whole team has been working hard to improve our competitiveness going into the next few races...Read Full Story
Below is the television schedule for the Chinese Grand Prix. NBC Sports Network is broadcast over 11 hours of coverage for the race in Shanghai. NBC Sports Network to cover Chinese Grand PrixRead Full Story
Uh-oh. After the first couple rounds of practice, it appears as though all bets are off for qualifying and race results of the first Formula 1 race with billions of new rules in place. Last year's champion, Lewis Hamilton of McLaren-Mercedes, isn't sure he can score a point. As for Hamilton's chief rival, Felipe Massa of Ferrari, his car didn't fare much better.Links directing you to online streaming broadcasts of practice were available on GoodCarBadCar.net. Attempts will be made to turn the...Read Full Story
The Formula One season resumes next week with the third round, the 2013 UBS Chinese Grand Prix, taking place at the 5.451 km Shanghai International Circuit, located 40 kms outside of the city. This year’s race will be the 10th anniversary of the Chinese Grand Prix which made its debut during the 2004 season.Read Full Story
Watch Formula one(F1) Chinese Grand Prix 2009,Shanghai Race Live online streaming or listen to Live Radio commentary or get updates by Live Text feeds from various broadcaster's websites.All the links are given below at www.f1indiablog.inRead Full Story
The Chinese Grand Prix is a round of the Formula One World Championship, held towards the seasons conclusion in October. The first Chinese Grand Prix took place on September 26, 2004, where Rubens Barrichello drove to first place. The next year it hosted the final race of the championship. World-champion Fernando Alonso emerged victorious on...more
The Chinese Grand Prix is a round of the Formula One World Championship, held towards the seasons conclusion in October. The first Chinese Grand Prix took place on September 26, 2004, where Rubens Barrichello drove to first place. The next year it hosted the final race of the championship. World-champion Fernando Alonso emerged victorious on October 16, 2005, and his team Renault also claimed the Constructors championship. In 2006, Michael Schumacher won his last Formula One race in a rain hit Chinese Grand Prix.
The Chinese Grand Prix circuit, Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, People's Republic of China, was designed by Hermann Tilke, and is the most expensive Formula One circuit facility ever made, costing US$ 240 million. -- source www.wikipedia.org