F1 Yas Marina Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2010 Live Coverage

Ola!  I’m sorry not blogging too often about live coverage of F1 lately, it has been busy and I am worried some of my readers are not really into F1 so next season, I might separate F1 blogging on a separate blog Smile

In the meantime, it is the last and final grand prix for this year at the Yas Marina Track in Abu Dhabi.  4 drivers are contenders to the title as we speak.  Leading for now as Fernando Alonso (yaye!) but still, the result of the race tonight will affect the current standings.  There are many things that could happen tonight and the four contending champions are Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel.  Depending on their performance and the other drivers’ standings, one of the four will be champion.  I have a feeling Fernando Alonso will win this but, Lewis Hamilton might do risky moves just to make one final go at the championship title.  Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel are always kinda playing safe.  B

oth of the Red Bull drivers have very good performance this year, making Red Bull number 1 right now in the constructor’s championship.  McLaren Follows with Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button as their drivers.  Ferrari comes third this year with Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.  I say, their car has been weak among the others and I was sad that they kinda put the blame on Kimi Raikkonen (the best driver for me ever) when he wasn’t performing well and fired him and replaced him with Fernando Alonso.

That was a recap of what happened really all year this F1 2010 season, now, follow the live coverage below via tweets and F1 Abu Dhabi online live stream video links that I will provide shortly – thanks to contributors hinting me where people can watch this online. 

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F1 Abu Dhabi Yas Marina 2010 Live Coverage

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