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

Belgian GP 2012

Seven Moments of the Belgian GP 1. Crash, Ban, Wallop Bumps and scapes are common features during the opening laps of races, to the point where stewards tend not to investigate first laps incidents. However this first lap smash was definitely worthy of the stewards attention, firstly Maldonado was a little too eager to start … Continue reading

The Webber 180°

“I’m high on confidence at the moment and firing on all cylinders.” It was only a matter of months ago that the clouds were rolling in on Mark Webber’s career, the media vultures were circling and ready to call time on what had been a somewhat interesting career. Starting out in the popular backmarker team … Continue reading

Suzuka: Race Report

I’ll take two to go Yeah, big whoop he did it. To the packed grandstands clung an air of charmless inevitability, Sebastian Vettel became the youngest double champion, as if we didn’t already know that was going to happen. Let’s be honest, we knew as soon as he hit the track in Australia that something … Continue reading

Singapore: Race Report

The Singapore Flyer So the wunderkind didn’t do it. Sebastian Vettel is not the world champion. He will never be world champion! Forgive me for getting carried away, but thanks to an unrelenting desire to stretch the championship out to the max, the title chase will now head to Japan. Thanks for the effort guys! … Continue reading

Singapore: Free Practice 3 & Qualifying

Free Practice 3: Overnight repairs were made to the troublesome kerbs around the track. After the kerbs at turn 3 and 14 were removed, white lines were painted to denoted the edge of the track, however they have been warned not to stray over it too often by the FIA. Ferrari: Both drivers are late … Continue reading

Singapore: What You need to Know

Fact File: Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore Laps 61 Lap Length 5.073 km (3.15 miles) Race Length 309.316 km (192.20 miles) First Race 2008 Fastest Lap K Raikkonen 1:45.599 (Ferrari, 2008) 2010 Winner F Alonso (Ferrari) Overview: The first thing that should catch your eye is the sheer number of corners the drivers will have to negotiate … Continue reading

Yas Marina: Race Day

So here we are. This is it. This. Is. It. No second chances; no way of regaining points in the next race, nothing else to do but race. Hard. After qualifying; it would only be a brave person to bet against Alonso. But some might be willing to…two F1 legends for example. During a great … Continue reading

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