the first race of the season came as a disappointment to anyone who hoped for the F1 tables to finally turn. There was little action, and few surprises – the only real consolation came in the form of the first non-Mercedes championship leader in more than three years.
Judging by the maiden race in 2014 alone, the Russian Grand Prix did not promise wild excitement on the Sochi track. But although the usual suspect took the top podium spot once more, there was some gripping action on the Olympic circuit – for third place.
A commanding double-whammy by both Silver Arrows has made history for the legendary team – both in past and future terms.
The 2013 Formula 1 season may not be as thrilling as the previous one in terms of drivers’ standings, but after seven races it has already served a good dose […]
Up to the mid-point it seemed that the most exciting moment of the Monaco GP 2013 would have been Charles Pic’s Caterham catching fire, forcing his early retirement; but then, […]
The podium of the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix was an exact copy of the previous year’s one; and as much action there might have been on the track in the […]
There’s always some drama in Formula 1 and the Malaysian Grand Prix 2013 was not an exception; but unlike the typical crash or technical failure type of drama, this time […]
The Prodigal Son? Team: McLaren Mercedes World Champ Titles: 1 GP wins: 20 Pole positions: 23 With the second part of the 2012 season now fully under way and approaching […]
Der Regenmeister Team: Mercedes AMG World Champ Titles: 7 GP wins: 91 Pole positions: 68 This is a man that does not need to be introduced. Even those who do not […]
With the upcoming German Grand Prix marking a midpoint to – what some consider – the most exciting Championship in decades, let’s take a look at the two Formula One […]
A lot can be said about British summer, more often than not by the way of unflattering adjectives: wet, damp and depressing. In this respect July did not disappoint the […]