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F1: Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel has maximum points from two rounds of the Formula 1 2011 season. Vettel won easily in Malaysia, after two weeks ago finished first in Australia. Sebastian Vettel managed to win and the second stage of the Formula 1 World Championship 2011 securing first position in a race that Red Bull racing driver has dominated it from start to ...

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F1 Preview: Malaysian Grand Prix 2011

Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel are the favorites in the 2011 Formula 1 race at Sepang (Grand Prix of Malaysia 2011), but rain forecast this weekend could be hard to beat opponents than McLaren and Ferrari. Formula 1 turns its full attention to the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend after Red Bull Racing has dominated the opening race without emotions ...

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F1: Sebastian Vettel explaines KERS System

The German Red Bull Racing Team driver Sebastian Vettel (reigning champion of Formula 1) talks about the KERS System and the utility of the adjustable rear wing. Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) is a regenerative brake, an energy recovery mechanism which slows a vehicle by converting its kinetic energy into another form, which can be either used immediately or stored ...

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F1: Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel won the first race of the Formula 1 2011 season without emotions, but the revelation was Vitaly Petrov, who finished on the last step of the podium behind Lewis Hamilton. The first race of the new F1 season brought more show than usual on the circuit, but the increased expectations for overruns were overestimated. Even if the new ...

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F1 Preview: Australian Grand Prix

Australian Grand Prix will provide the first indications of potential teams in the new season and how new rules affect performance. Formula 1 2011 season begins this weekend in Australia after a break of two weeks additional delay caused by the Bahrain Grand Prix. Even if the forced break is not good for the economy of the Formula 1, Australia ...

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