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Like a Frankfurter with Pasta

Sepang, Malaysia’s Track Stats:

Tires Available: Prime and Option

Expected Amount of Pit stops:  2/3

Pit Lane Length: 440m

Track Length: 5.543 km

Turns: 15… 859 more words

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Youth/Age and how losing sucks

It has been quite an interesting weekend and I still have to survive most of Sunday.  I say interesting because more so than not, I have thought about youth and age and how I feel like the gap is widening and how much I hate being old or is it how much I hate the young. 830 more words

Malaysian Grand Prix 2015 : Vettel Emerges Winner!

Sebastian Vettel won his first Grand Prix at the Malaysian GP 2015, post joining Ferrari as Fernando Alonso’s replacement this year. He emerged victorious in a straight battle with Lewis Hamilton, as the latter struggled with the tyres of his Mercedes in the hot tropical climate. 417 more words

2015

Does Vettel win prove that Ferrari can challenge the dominance of Mercedes this season?

It has taken 34 barren races, two years and the arrival of a 4-time world champion but finally Ferrari have returned atop the F1 podium. Amid the sweltering, humid heat in Sepang, Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix, surprising and thrilling Ferrari fans across the world by finishing ahead of last season’s dominant Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. 506 more words

Formula One

F1 News: 2015 Malaysian GP Race - FIA Press Conference

29.03.15

DRIVERS

1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 – Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)

PODIUM INTERVIEWS 4,708 more words

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F1 News: 2015 Malaysian GP Race - Ferrari

Malaysian Grand Prix
Sepang, 29th March 2015

For Scuderia Ferrari, today’s win is the 222nd, the first since the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix, while Sebastian Vettel is now on 40 wins. 711 more words

Formula One

Vettel Beats The Mercs In Sepang

Sebastian Vettel took a well-deserved victory, his first for Ferrari, at the Malaysian Grand Prix, besting the Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in a battle of tyre degradation and strategy in Sepang. 667 more words

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