Mar 152010
 

The Formula 1 season 2010 was go at Bahrain, which marked the return of the great Micheal Schumacher back in to F1. And back is the combination of Ross Brawn and Schumi, which had created records after records when they were with Ferrari. Fans surely expect rocket laps from the seven times world champion, which I feel, will be a far shot with such an aggressive competition.

Good luck previled, when Fernando Alsono and Fillipe Massa got an easy chance to pass the limping Vettel, and the Ferrari boys took the most out of it by winning 1-2 in the opening race. Three cheers to the three F’s!!!

As claimed in my earlier post, Force India surely did not disappoint me. Vijay Mallya and his team managed to deliver a point scoring result in the inaugaral race. Their celebration was marred by bad luck on part of Adrian Sutil, who looked to be in good position to be among top 7, when he was spun out by Robert Kubica. Adrian rejoined the race at tail of the field, but a very good strategy helped him to climb up to a very respectable 12th position. Vitantonio Luizzi was among points for Force India, and the points were well deserved. Bravo Sutil!! Bravo Luizzi!! Well done Force India.

Micheal Schumacher proved his status by coming home in the 6th position, a very respectable place given that he was out of the game for two years. Though fans expect a lot, things might have changed a bit.
Due to a bit increase in length, the cars look less preetier than previous year, and Ferrari(as always), Mclaren Mercedes and Force India stood out in terms of looks and color combination.

All in all few exciting moments, and a good race full of overtaking maneouvers. Now the circus moves on to one of my favourite circuits, The Albert Park, Australia!! Waiting for that.

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  3 Responses to “An Exciting Start”

  1. I’ve never actually followed F1, but when I have occasionally caught their races, I must say they are thrilling.

  2. The actual reason I started following F1 was because of lots of dramatic accidents which happened during the race somwhere in 1997. Then I became addicted to it due to all the technicality in it. Now I try not to miss a race and can sit through the 1 & 1/2 hour of cars going around in circles.

  3. F1 Trivia:

    Did you know that any F1 driver looses around 2 kg of weight during a single race!!

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