Posted on Wednesday, September 14, 2016

2016 Singapore Grand PrixView

Formula 1 paddock moves from the shortest race of the year in terms of duration to the longest event on the calendar. It’s the Singapore Grand Prix, an event embraced by the drivers despite its tough challenges in terms of track and weather conditions. As much as the Singapore Grand Prix is run at night for aesthetic purposes, nighttime is the coolest time for drivers and spectators alike. Nonetheless, temperatures inside the racecar can reach 60 degrees Celsius. With the barriers so close to the […]

Posted on Thursday, September 8, 2016

What could F1 takeover mean for the sport?

It’s not every day you switch on your TV or open your web browser, to discover one of the world’s biggest sporting series has been taken over by new owners. This week, such an occasion took place as Liberty Media bought Formula 1, for just over six billion pounds. It had been well rumoured among F1 regulars before the official confirmation came through late on Wednesday night. The deal itself is very interesting and exciting for the future of the sport. Now owned by a […]

Posted on Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Emmanuel Ogbah

Oklahoma State: The Bucs are another team that needs to generate more pressure, especially off the edge considering many of their sacks come from Pro Bowl DT Gerald McCoy.40. New York Giants Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State: Keyshawn Johnson's nephew also lands in the Meadowlands. Thomas has an impressive array of tools that would make him a mismatch as a No. We got after that ass and it was a hell of a win. It feels good."Bryant and Norman battled all game, at times needing […]

Posted on Thursday, September 1, 2016

2016 Italian Grand PrixView

Formula 1’s European season will end in style this weekend at a circuit steeped in history and in a moment when the title battle is more alive than ever. It’s the Italian Grand Prix at magical Monza, the fastest track of the season where drivers will be reaching speeds up to 340 km/h. The Italian Grand Prix was part of the inaugural Formula 1 championship back in 1950 and has been held every year since, same as the British GP. The first event was held […]

Posted on Thursday, August 25, 2016

2016 Belgian Grand PrixView

Spa-Francorchamps needs no introduction and is maybe the perfect venue to come to after the summer break. It is the home of the Belgian Grand Prix, an event that usually produces an incredible spectacle for the thousands of fans that travels there from all over Europe. There are plenty to think about at this event like strategy, tyres, Eau Rouge with its high speed and sudden elevation change or the technically demanding corners. And last but not least the notoriously changeable weather. This circuit holds a […]

Posted on Thursday, August 18, 2016

Ericsson: ‘We can still finish in points’

This Formula 1 season must feel like a copy of 2014 for Sauber. The team is now at the very bottom of the Constructors’ Championship and has yet to score a single point in 2016. The last time the outfit finished a race within the points was 10 months ago at the United States Grand Prix. caught up with Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson to discuss the team’s lack of performance and how this impacts his own development as a driver. The Swedish driver is used […]

Posted on Monday, August 15, 2016

Kvyat: 'No-one can delete the past' chats with Daniil Kvyat about the infamous Red Bull seat swap and his experiences with Toro Rosso

Posted on Thursday, July 28, 2016

German Grand PrixView 2016

The Formula 1 fraternity has made the short hop straight from Budapest to Hockenheim for the 12th round of the season, the final event before the four-week summer break. The German Grand Prix was absent from the 2015 calendar due to contractual issues between Hockenheim and Nürburgring but the former will play host to the 2016 event this weekend, albeit with its future on the Formula 1 calendar still unclear. Lewis Hamilton arrives in Germany as the championship leader for the first time in 2016, […]

Posted on Thursday, June 30, 2016

Austrian Grand PrixView 2016

After back-to-back flyaways in the fan favourite of Canada and the brave new world of Baku, Formula 1 returns to its heartland this weekend for the Austrian Grand Prix, beginning a spell of four races in five weekends. The return of the Austrian Grand Prix was almost unanimously welcomed back in 2014 when Red Bull’s revival of the picturesque circuit was complete, and is now a firm fixture on the Formula 1 calendar. Nico Rosberg arrives in Austria having ended his slump with a dominant […]

Posted on Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Feature: Rosberg moves streets ahead

The inaugural Formula 1 race around the Baku City Circuit promised much but ultimately delivered little. The supporting GP2 Series races had been littered with incidents and Safety Car periods but the Formula 1 boys behaved themselves and a clean first lap led to a large field spread, which naturally grew across the course of the afternoon. Any hopes of a Mercedes tete-a-tete dissipated following a messy qualifying session for Lewis Hamilton. The Briton had been on form throughout practice but lost his way on […]

Posted on Monday, June 13, 2016

Feature: Hamilton's gain, Ferrari's pain

Was this a race in which Ferrari snatched defeat from the jaws of victory? For a second successive weekend Lewis Hamilton mastered a one-stop strategy to profit over a rival with an advantage, while once more Ferrari failed to capitalise on an opportunity which came its way. Around the high-speed Circuit Gilles Villeneuve it was expected that the battle would be between the two Mercedes drivers, but Red Bull’s progress and Ferrari’s form – aided by an upgraded turbocharger – indicated that a three-way fight […]

Posted on Thursday, June 9, 2016

2016 Canadian Grand PrixView

Formula 1 travels across the Atlantic this weekend for the 47th Canadian Grand Prix, which will mark the seventh round of the 2016 championship. Montreal will be the first stint of a sequence of back-to-back races this season and the first event in a series of six races within eight weeks. Montreal may be a street circuit, like Monaco, but it has vastly different characteristics, with an array of chicanes, long straights and heavy braking zones. The same tyre compounds will be used but the […]