Today’s Grand Prix was everything an F1 race should be: overtaking, tire strategies, close calls. Exciting. Wonderful. Unless you’re a fan of poor, beleaguered Daniel Riccardo.
Despite a beautiful qualifying session, where he earned the coveted Pole Position at the last minute, Daniel Ricciardo was yet again left with a DNR
This weekend’s Free Practice saw Mercedes struggling. With Hamilton’s time just not up to par, and Bottas with the loss of hydraulics in FP3, some Ferrari fans were crossing fingers and praying to the F1 gods. But, ‘Practice” is just that. Practice. And those struggles didn’t follow into today’s Qualifying
Round 18 of the Formula 1 World Championship, the United States Grand Prix is here and Lewis Hamilton has the chance to clinch his fifth world championship. A Mercedes 1-2 would be enough to seal the title at the same place he did in 2015.
Lewis Hamilton needs to outscore
Seven won Grand Prix and 29 times on the podium. Enough for Renault to choose Daniel Ricciardo as a new racer for the next two seasons. After Red Bull Racing announced Daniel Ricciardo would not renew his contract with the team, Renault officially confirmed the signing of the 29-year-old australian
Having earned 39 points in this first half of season and finding himself ninth in the Championship, Kevin Magnussen is carrying high the flag of the American team.
The Dane entered the top ten in six of the first ten races and despite being satisfied with the development of the team,
Lewis Hamilton said his dominant Spanish Grand Prix victory had revitalised him after he endured a difficult start to the F1 season, Mercedes saw their driver romp home to claim the win in Spain.
Hamilton blasted out from the blocks from pole position and lead the pack until the finish, has
Nico Rosberg, this year’s Formula One world champion, has surprised many on announcing his retirement just five days after winning the coveted title. The German ace driver made the shocking announced on Friday 2nd December, 2016. Exactly five days after beating Hamilton to clinch his very first world title.
Nico, born on the
Way Too Soon Predictions
This is the week that the fancy dust covers come off and the teams get shipped to Barcelona at the weekend for the first F1 test of the new season, so what better time to throw out some wildly speculative predictions for the 2016 Formula 1 season.
The Japanese Grand Prix has just marked the one year anniversary of the accident which injured young driver Jules Bianchi. The accident was one which Jules would never wake from and on the 17th of July this year he died, succumbing to his injuries. He became the first F1 driver
McLaren’s Fernando Alonso told media on Thursday that he doesn’t think the sport's new start tweaks will change much from a driving perspective.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, where the much-anticipated amendments come into force; the Spaniard said: “It will not be a significant change. I know that