The State of Play: 2013 Grid Hopefuls (Updated)

The end of any season is a nervous time for any driver, whether they are in contention to become the next world champion and are having to battle for every inch of asphalt, or on the verge of losing their seat and watch their dream come to a premature end. Concerning the latter this season … Continue reading

Abu Dhabi Young Drivers Test Round Up

Day One Position Driver Team Time Laps 1 Kevin Magnussen McLaren 1:42.661 40 2 Antonio Felix da Costa Red Bull 1:42.717 79 3 Gary Paffett McLaren 1:43.407 44 4 Robin Frijns Sauber 1:43.775 78 5 Nicolas Prost Lotus 1:44.194 52 6 Luiz Razia Toro Rosso 1:44.691 67 7 Giedo van der Garde Caterham 1:45.936 57 … Continue reading

A One Horse and One Bull Race

As Formula One hurtles towards the final four races of what had proved to be a turbulent season, we have been left with just two drivers battling for their third titles. The Bull and the Horse. The new kid on the block and the elder statesman. The energy drink and the historic marque. We’ve seen … Continue reading

Formula One: One Team

“While the competition on track may be as fierce as ever, but times like these are a reminder that as a sport, we are very much a community.” When you consider Formula One as a sport it is highly apparent it is one of the most competitive fields out there, not only do you have … Continue reading

Second Chance Sunday

We have had to bid adieu to a fair few drivers this year,  it has been hard to utter a final farewell to some stalwarts of the grid however it hasn’t just been fresh faced youngsters that have replaced them. Not quite, in fact you should recognise the new recruits. Looking back to the 2011 … Continue reading

Albert Park: 1, 2, 3…Qually

Free Practice 1 Ferrari: Fernando Alonso looked in good form, he finished the day in P3, close to the time of rival Vettel. But teammate Felipe Massa ended in an off-pace P11. Force India: Last years Brazilian pole sitter Nico Hulkenberg took Paul di Resta’s car for a spin and took P18. Adrian Sutil finished … Continue reading

411: Kubica, Bahrain and The Chain

Think it’s about time I started these up again, a truckload of gossip/rumour/news has gone down since the last 411, so without further delay… Update on Robert Kubica: When Robert Kubica seriously injured himself in Italy during a rally stage in Andora, it was the power of Twitter that alerted the world to what was going … Continue reading

2011 Launches: Part 1

Today is the first day of the new season, so Happy New Year to you! Festivities out of the way, let’s get down to the business of what the new year brings. This is the first chance the teams gets to put rubber on the track after a long off-season since the sun set in … Continue reading

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