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October 18, 2005Formula One ChinaMarvyn H.
October 1, 2006Michael Schumacher wins 2006 Chinese Grand PrixWikinews
October 1, 2006Гран-при КитаяВикиновости
October 1, 2006Schumacher domina sotto la pioggia in CinaWikinotizie
October 3, 2007BMW Sauber Ready For Chinese Grand PrixAnthony Fontanelle
October 7, 2007Formula 1, Gran Premio di Cina 2007: Hamilton fuori, vince Räikkönen e il mondiale si riapreWikinotizie
October 7, 2007Kimi Räikkönen wins 2007 Chinese Grand PrixWikinews
October 19, 2008Lewis Hamilton wins 2008 Chinese Grand PrixWikinews
April 19, 2009Sebastian Vettel wins wet 2009 Chinese Grand PrixWikinews
April 18, 2010Formula Uno: Gran Premio di Cina 2010. Doppietta McLarenWikinotizie
April 19, 2010Formula One: Jenson Button wins 2010 Chinese Grand PrixWikinews
April 16, 2012Nico Rosberg gewinnt den Großen Preis von ChinaWikinews


The Flying Lap, Episode 65: Chinese GP Preview
April 12, 2012
Duration: 1:12:06
As we head into Round Three of the 2012 FIA F1 World Championship, we take a detailed look at the major players: in what ways does Jenson Button's driving differ from Lewis Hamilton's? Can Felipe Massa raise his game? What makes Fernando Alonso so good? How does Kimi Raikkonen manipulate an F1 car? And can Red Bull Racing regain their momentum? We discuss all these issues - and more - with F1's leading driver coach, Rob Wilson. We will also have a precise Chinese GP strategy analysis with WilliamsF1 engineer, Mark Barnett, who will be talking about the "fuel effect" of the Shanghai lap, the "pit stop delta" of the relatively short pit lane and much more besides.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 66: Chinese de-brief, Bahrain preview
April 19, 2012
Duration: 1:34:17
With Nico Rosberg scoring his maiden career win in Shanghai, we look back at the events that defined his stunning weekend in China - at the speed of the Mercedes F1 W03 and at Nico's advantage in qualifying over his famous team-mate, Michael Schumacher. Craig Scarborough will talk us through the technicalities of Mercedes' "double-DRS" system plus many of the other significant technical developments seen on the McLarens, Red Bulls and Ferraris - and Rob Wilson will be returning to the show to give us his view of Nico's driving style (and a few other comments besides!). We also look forward to this Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix with the help of Williams F1 Strategy Engineer, Mark Barnett, and, courtesy of Hilton Honors, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. There will be lots to talk about and to ponder - and so, for the first time, we will be making this a 90-minute show.

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