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Download now - the Formula1.com 2011 app 27 Mar 2011

The Formula1.com application Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB6 leads at the start of the race.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 2, Australian Grand Prix, Race, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, 28 March 2010 The Formula1.com application

Formula1.com is pleased to announce that the 2011 version of its free and highly-acclaimed mobile app is now available to download, with an Android version and a push notification service among the new features.

The Formula1.com 2011 application, in association with Vodafone, streams live data direct to your phone from every session of the Grand Prix weekend, allowing you to track the progress of every driver, from their position and lap times to their sector times and lap count.

The new push notification service* alerts you when a Grand Prix session is about to begin, brings you session results, essential news, championship standings and more. This optional feature ensures you can stay in touch, even when you don’t have the app open on your phone.

Other live timing features include track status indicator, straight-line speeds and text commentary, plus a circuit data screen including current air and track temperatures, rainfall, air pressure and humidity levels, wind speed and direction.

Of course, the Formula1.com 2011 application isn't just about the current race. It also includes results for every session of the current season, the season calendar, timetables for every Grand Prix and the current championship standings.

The Formula1.com 2011 application is available to registered Formula1.com users, on Android (visit Android Market), BlackBerry OS (visit BlackBerry App World), and Apple iOS (visit iTunes App Store). Registration is free.

For other phone operating systems, or for users without access to an app store, go to Mobile Formula1.com on your phone and click the Download Formula1.com Application link on the homepage.

*Available on iOS with other operating systems to follow.