It’s considered one of the best Formula 1 tracks of all time – the great Monza circuit. And yet, shockingly, the sport bosses are considering scrapping this historic race due to the drop in viewing numbers across the board in recent years. Naturally, the F1 world wants to keep the Italian Grand Prix on the calendar, as it’s not the circuit that might be putting people off following the sport – if anything, it’s the lack of competition that it plays host to.
In a British weekend of sport thousands of UK fans gathered at the Silverstone circuit hoping to see their countryman claim the chequered flag – and they didn’t walk away disappointed. But this particular win did not come easy.
Known as the race where anything can happen, the Canadian Grand Prix 2015 was not much of an exciting spectacle after all as the championship leader regained his winning form in a laid-back fashion; but there were a few success (and misery) stories worth telling across the rest of the Montreal paddock.
As the Formula 1 is moving onto the second stage of the 2015 season, Europe will be welcoming a single championship favourite.
After the surprise Ferrari win in Malaysia, the third Formula 1 grand prix of 2015 delivered a more familiar podium arrangement, to the discontent of non-Mercedes fans. Once more, the cameras focused on the mid-grid, where action was plentiful; but the real drama was happening, as always, behind the scenes.
It threatened to be a lonely-looking grid in Austin, following the sad news of two Formula 1 teams going into administration ahead of the United States Grand Prix, and even […]
True to the words of the team’s directors, the two Mercedes avoided hitting each other, but emotions still ran high as both challenged for the win – on their own terms.
The British Grand Prix ranks as one of the top sporting events in the UK calendar, celebrating the country’s legendary racing talent – even more so this year as it […]
The 900. Formula 1 grand prix has confirmed Mercedes as the team to beat in 2014 as the duo held an unrelenting grip on the Sakhir podium.