2011 FIA Formula One F1 World Championship Review
The 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP exceeded expectations with another record-breaking year as Sebastian Vettel became the youngest ever back-to-back FIA FORMULA ONE DRIVERS WORLD CHAMPION. He dominated from lights out in Australia with 11 wins out of 19 and creating a new record of 15 pole positions in a season (beating Nigel Mansell s previous 1992 record).
Fernando Alonso proved as determined as ever, wringing every inch of performance from the FERRARI to score 10 podium finishes.
2011 saw a new dawn for motorsport as FORMULA ONE launched itself in the cultural melting pot of New Delhi in India. New technological developments presented the twelve teams with plenty of challenges: Pirelli tires, the Drag Reduction System and the return of KERS all played their role in an action-packed season.
Witness the stunning detail of 24 incredible FORMULA ONE cars and 19 spectacular circuits with exclusive footage and camera angles not seen on television. You can feel as if you are driving a FORMULA ONE car and experience the sound of the V8s in 5.1 surround sound. With over five and half hours of footage, you can relive the spectacle that was the 2011 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.