Maldonado’s Missed Opportunity

There has already been a driver change for the 2016 season, without it having really begun. That is the change of Venezuelan, Pastor Maldonado, departing Renault and being replaced by Dane Kevin Magnussen. Many may be relieved to see Maldonado exit Formula One, having created a reputation for crashing more into his opponents and accumulating […]

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Haas F1 Driver Line Up

Today the Haas F1 Team, who will enter Formula One in 2016 announced a part of their driver line up at their American base in Kannapolis. After much speculation, Romain Grosjean was confirmed to drive for the team next year. He currently races for Lotus having spent his entire Formula One career with the Enstone […]

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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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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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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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Malaysia GP Review

Formula One returned after a one week break, and managed to put on a show that laid to rest some fears that Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton would walk away with the championship. Vettel secured victory for Scuderia Ferrari in only his second race, ahead of Hamilton and Rosberg in the two Mercedes. Kimi Raikkonen had […]

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Australian GP Review 

Formula One is back, and besides a few teams and drivers unable to compete during various points of the weekend, the racing was straightforward with the two Mercedes out in front on their own. Hamilton led Rosberg comfortably, the race seemingly won once Rosberg failed to keep up with Hamilton after the Safety Car restart. […]

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Looking ahead to Malaysia

The Australian Grand Prix was a straightforward affair but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t things to look out for in Malaysia. The first is whether Nico Rosberg will be able to respond to Lewis Hamilton’s dominant race performance. Although Rosberg topped the opening free practice sessions, from Saturday onwards Hamilton took control of the […]

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Formula One Preview

This Friday sees the beginning of the 2015 Formula One season. It appears that Mercedes are still the team to beat, with their rivals concerned that the team could be even more dominant than they were last year. The order behind Mercedes seems to be a little less clear compared with 2014 as Ferrari seemed […]

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