Formula One Engine Supply

Engines are currently a huge talking point within Formula One and there were several developments over the past few weeks. Naturally, thinking about the situation, I have a few ideas of my own about the matter. What’s happened recently? There are three major things going on when it comes to engines. The first is that […]

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Red Bull-________

Red Bull-Renault? Red Bull-Ferrari? Red Bull-Honda? At this moment in time, take your pick. This week Auto, Motor und Sport reported that Red Bull is close to a deal with Honda about supplying the team in 2016. This comes a few weeks after it was suggested that the team would potentially stay with Renault for […]

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Sauber

This weekend will be Sauber’s 400th Grand Prix, an incredible achievement considering the volatile world of Formula One. The team debuted at the 1993 South African Grand Prix achieving a fifth place thanks to Finn, JJ Lehto. In their debut season they finished seventh in the Constructors Championship with twelve points. Since then Sauber have […]

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1976 Japanese Grand Prix

The first championship event to be held in Japan was in 1976 which is also the first in the feature. Despite being currently held at Suzuka, which has hosted the most Japanese Grand Prix’s, the first race was held in Fuji where it was all about Briton’s James Hunt and Austria’s Niki Lauda. The 1976 […]

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Pre Race: Hungarian Grand Prix

The circuit has seen four drivers claim their maiden win 2014 race winner: Daniel Ricciardo Five of the current active drivers have won the event Most successful F1 Hungarian driver at the event: Zsolt Baumgartner Most successful driver(s) at the event: Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton To read more about the upcoming Hungarian Grand Prix […]

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Austrian Grand Prix

The next round on the Formula One calendar is Austria which returned last year after a ten year hiatus. The Grand Prix first appeared on the calendar in 1964 having originally been run as a non-championship event in 1963. Although the 1963 and 1964 races were held at Zeltweg Airfield instead of the current Österreichring.

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A little feature

With the next round of the Formula One calendar being the Monaco Grand Prix I have decided to detail some past races round the principality. It will start tomorrow and will conclude with a final post on the 21st May.

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Formula One check-up

Tomorrow Formula One returns from a three week break. The Spanish Grand Prix is commonly where teams introduce big upgrade packages to their cars after the flyaway races, this can leave a lot of questions about how the order will change in comparison to the opening rounds of the championship. Although there can be questions […]

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Bahrain Grand Prix Preview

This weekend is the Bahrain Grand Prix, the last race before the start of the European season in Formula One. Although the three main podium places have been filled by the same three drivers there are still plenty of things to look out for in Bahrain. Many during the weekend will be talking about the […]

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