Posted on Thursday, October 4, 2018

Russian GP recap

Lewis Hamilton’s 70th F1 victory might not be one he’ll look back on as a career standout, with Mercedes boosting the championship leader to the top step ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas, but as Formula 1 Managing Director, Motorsport Ross Brawn explains, team orders are an integral part of the sport, and with five races left and a maximum 125 points up for grabs, the decision to make the switch was the right one. In parc ferme after the Russian Grand Prix, it was noticeable that none […]

Posted on Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Singapore GP recap

Under the white-hot spotlights of the Marina Bay Street Circuit there were no big stage nerves for Lewis Hamilton, as the Mercedes driver delivered another pitch-perfect performance to extend his championship lead over arch-rival Sebastian Vettel. This time it was the German’s Ferrari team that fluffed its lines, as Formula 1’s Managing Director, Motorsport Ross Brawn reveals, but while the battle for the lead was settled early on there was plenty of action to enjoy further down the order. Maximum Mercedes What an amazing weekend for Lewis Hamilton. On Saturday, an […]

Posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Video: Singapore GP virtual preview

Hype Energy eForce India esports driver Marcel Kiefer takes us on a lap of the Marina Bay Street Circuit on the new F1 2018 video game by Codemasters.

Posted on Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Video: Vettel previews the Hungarian GP

Scuderia Ferrari's driver Sebastian Vettel explains the challenges of the Hungaroring track ahead of the Hungarian GP.

Posted on Tuesday, July 24, 2018

2018 Hungarian Grand PrixView

With an average speed of just 200 kph, the Hungaroring is the slowest permanent circuit on the Formula One calendar. Slow, however, doesn’t mean easy as the circuit requires precision and preservation. It is a physical track, demanding a lot from the drivers who, in turn, demand a lot from their car. Hungaroring has 14 corners and few straights, which puts increased emphasis on downforce and mechanical grip. Likened to Monaco or a full-sized karting circuit, the Hungaroring offers few overtaking opportunities, meaning qualifying is of utmost […]

Posted on Thursday, July 19, 2018

Video: Force India drivers preview the German GP

The race at the Hockenheimring returns to the calendar and it's a favourite - for many reasons - for the Force India drivers. Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon talk about their experience at the German Grand Prix ahead of this weekend race in the video below.  

Posted on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

2018 German Grand PrixView

The 2018 Formula One Season hits the halfway mark at Hockenheimring this weekend. It’s also the start of another back-to-back, as one week on comes the race in Hungary. The 17-turn track in Baden-Württemberg has hosted Formula One since 1970, with this year’s event serving as the venue’s 36th grand prix. Hockenheim is an historic track that has many tales to tell. Some of them are great, such as Berger’s win in ’94 and Irvine’s five years later, and the unbelievable 2000 race when Barrichello won […]

Posted on Monday, July 9, 2018

2018 British GP in pictures

A selection of the best pictures from the 2018 British Grand Prix.

Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2018

2018 French Grand PrixView

The worldwide web did not exist. The demolition of the Berlin Wall began. And Channel Tunnel workers from the United Kingdom and France shook hands for the first time 40 meters (131 feet) beneath the floor of the English Channel. It was 1990, and it was the final year of the French Grand Prix at Circuit Paul Ricard. Countryman Alain Prost won for Scuderia Ferrari to score his third win of the season in a battle for the championship with eventual title winner Ayrton Senna. Also […]

Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2018

2018 Canadian GP in pictures

A selection of the best pictures from the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.

Posted on Friday, June 1, 2018

2018 Canadian Grand PrixView

Monaco became ever smaller as drivers and crew members jetted out of the principality, while Montreal quickly loomed larger as teams and drivers prepare for the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend. Tight corners and unforgiving walls are a hallmark of both tracks, but Montreal is quite a bit quicker than Monaco, making those tight corners even harder to navigate and placing an additional premium on brake performance. While both tracks have a stop-and-go nature, the speeds achieved on Circuit Gilles Villeneuve stress the brakes on […]

Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

2018 Monaco GP in pictures

A selection of the best pictures from the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.