Last weekend saw the return of Formula One to our screens as the 2015 season kicked off in Melbourne, Australia with changes in liveries, personnel and line-ups to beat the band.
Despite only 15 starting and just 11 finishing Sunday’s curtain-raising grand prix, we still learnt a lot regarding our favourite
The chilly Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was host to the second F1 pre-season test this weekend, with the teams looking to improve their pace over what they did in the first test in Jerez. And while the speeds increased from what they were two weeks ago the varied runs and times
For the 2015 season Red Bull's B-team, Scuderia Toro Rosso will be fielding two completely new drivers.
STR have been a confusing team to look at from the outside, from a traditional point of view. In a sport that's driven by success, a team that exists primarily to scout talent for
With car launches and preseason testing just a few weeks away the worst of the F1 withdrawals should be beginning to subside and soon the motorsport community will be awash with a new sense of possibility. So let us get to recklessly speculating about the season to come.
Who will win
Lotus suffered a dire 2014 campaign. The team went into the season with a lot of doubt regarding their finances, despite enjoying two race wins with Kimi Raikkonen in 2012, and a vast amount of podium appearances for himself and Romain Grosjean over their two years as teammates.
In the midst
The value of sport to those who compete is how it makes them feel, and it's the same for us as fans - we remember competitors for how they make us feel.
There is a duality to this, and whilst racing can bring us joy and excitement in a sport where
I will be posting a series of articles over the coming days speculating over what to expect from the inter-team battles in 2015.
I'll be starting with the constructors seeded lowest in the championship, and working my way to the Mercedes duo who claimed the Constructors title in dominant fashion last
Fernando Alonso's time at Ferrari is characterized by a few things - consistent, good results in cars that were never really capable of winning titles, relentless close quarters racing and some of his own and the team's most emotional victories to date.
There was never for a second any doubt in
Here we are. Hardly believable that the end of the season is only one day away. Hard to believe that Nico/Lewis might win his first/second championship this weekend. While we all might bemoan the end of a season and sit huddled and waiting for the cold light of winter testing
I originally wanted to write something here about safety in F1 and the near misses the sport has had since the death of Ratzenberger & Senna. But I can't, I don't feel right writing anything about safety in light of Bianchi's accident all I can think of is his poor