Michael, Tomlinson step down
Williams technical director Sam Michael and chief aerodynamicist Jon Tomlinson have resigned from Williams after the team's worst start to a season in its 33-year history.
Williams announced today that the two would step down at the end of season with Mike Coughlan names as chief engineer for 2012.
Coughlan was formerly chief designer for McLaren, but was eventually sacked for his part in the 2007 Ferrari-McLaren spying scandal.
Chinese GP Analysis: McLaren Noon
Lewis Hamilton has had some stunning victories in his career; the Chinese Grand Prix over the weekend was certainly one he and the world won’t forget in a hurry. It’s hard to believe that at the age of 26, Hamilton far becoming a veteran driver. Having won a championship and spending the better part of two years desperately trying to replicate his 2008 performance, luck has not always been on the Hamilton side of the garage.
Lewis Hamilton nips Red Bull's wings
Raging Bulls and Rubber Gloves: Chinese GP Preview
Red Bull have opened the Chinese Grand Prix weekend with Sebastian Vettel cleansweeping the fastest time in all three free practice sessions.
It seems as if the team from Milton Keynes is set to complete another exercise in dominance this weekend, though it must be said that KERS, currently the sole chink in their Adrian Newey-styled armour, is ready to kick up another fuss as it did in Malaysia.