Dhanraj Kotian

The Malaysian downpour

on March 27 2012 1:05 AM

What a race for Ferrari and Alonso.

No one really believed the car could be competitive, but Alonso made sure he stayed ahead of the pack in the rain soaked Malaysian Grand Prix. The inability of the car was visible by judging Massa's dismal 15th finish. Although Ferrari scripted a dream win here, utilizing the conditions well, they will have to make massive improvements to the F2012 to get anywhere close to the pace setters.

Sergio Perez drove the race of his life to finish second. He scored more points in this race than the entire of last season. He was driving aggressively chasing the Ferrari of Alonso. His chances became slim when he ran wide on lap 50 with 6 laps to go. Nevertheless this was the best result for Sauber as an individual team. There are even paddock rumors for replacing Massa with Perez before the end of the season. His teammate Kobayashi had to retire due to a brake problem.

Australian Grand Prix : Looking back at Race

on March 21 2012 3:05 PM
Australian Grand Prix : Looking back at Race

The first race of the season is always exciting.

Mclaren came out the best of the pack at Albert Park with a flawless display. All this while during the winter testing, they were the team without much fanfare about the new car. But good to see the Woking based team to win. Button and Hamilton seem like a good team as we really do not want an Alonso - Hamilton kind of rivalry between drivers, that just spoils the work of an entire team.

Moving on to Ferrari...

Alonso drove his heart out in that car that does not look too convincing as per Ferrari's standards. Massa meanwhile has to impress his owners for a racing seat next year. We hope to see some better improvements in the car for the next races. It is hard to understand how a team like Ferrari that always got the race day setup to perfection is failing so regularly. They better answer these questions before the next race.