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Inside Grand Prix: Shanghai 2010

Bring yourself right up-to-speed with the latest F1 2010 happenings, movements and rumours as Inside Grand Prix fills you in on all the paddock gossip ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai
Welcome to this season's fourth instalment of the exciting Inside Grand Prix initiative – the programme that provides all the insider knowledge, gossip and news from the F1 2010 World Championship, this time from the Shanghai circuit in China.

Now in its tenth year, this successful magazine show will put you, the viewer, in pole position ahead of every grand prix, courtesy of a comprehensive preview of each race that makes full use of unique access to drivers and teams to bring fans exclusive interviews and stories that would otherwise go unseen.

A 30-minute Inside Grand Prix show will be available to watch right here on Crash.net in the build-up to every grand prix of the 19-race 2010 campaign, courtesy of our friends at www.rtv-live.de.

To put yourself in the picture and watch the pre-Chinese Grand Prix instalment, simply click on the following links:

Shanghai 2010 Part I

Shanghai 2010 Part II



Related Pictures

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Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull RB5, Chinese F1 Grand Prix, Shanghai, 17th-19th, April 2009
Rubens Barrichello (BRA) Brawn BGP001, Chinese F1 Grand Prix, Shanghai, 17th-19th, April 2009
Nico Rosberg (GER) Williams FW31, Chinese F1 Grand Prix, Shanghai, 17th-19th, April 2009
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Alan D - Unregistered

April 13, 2010 10:14 PM

Rob: "Are you making a point that they should not have a race?" I just thought people might find it an amusing and light hearted recollection. I'm not trying to make a point. I see I've got one agree and one disagree. I'm not sure how you can either agree or disagree with a post like that.

Alan D - Unregistered

April 13, 2010 7:22 PM

Who remembers the first Chinese GP? It was at the end of the year when Schumi dominated the championship and had wrapped the WDC half way through the season, so he was in big demand for the opening press conference. The first question he had from the Chinese journalists was "Why do you drive a red car? Is it your lucky colour?". He did very well not to laugh out loud. This was followed by "Do you think you could clinch the world championship this weekend if you win the Chinese GP?" and finally he had "How do you feel about the demise of the team you used to drive for,... Jaguar?"



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