I have been waiting months for this moment — the start of the 2010 F1 season, with Bahrain being the opening race. First practice has already finished and you will be surprised who was at the top of the timing sheets – visit Only Kent for the latest information. If you are away from your home then the best way to stay up-to-date is with the – Free Official Live Timing App for BlackBerry
There is a version for the iPhone, but that will cost you £20 — we are not certain how the two applications differ from each other. We know that you can see where the cars are in real-time on the track in the iPhone app.
Features included in the BlackBerry app are Live Timing: Offering details of driver progress, their position and best lap times.
Circuit Data: This feature gives you the latest track information — such as yellow flags, temperatures, air pressure and much more.
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