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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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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2007 Japanese Grand Prix

The 2007 season saw some change as reigning world champion Fernando Alonso finally made his switch from Renault to McLaren. Kimi Raikkonen who had raced for McLaren the previous year was now at Ferrari having replaced Michael Schumacher who had retired. The season developed into fights off the track as McLaren were found guilty in […]

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2005 Japanese Grand Prix

After seasons of Ferrari dominance the form book was changed as Renault and McLaren contested for the Constructors Championship, whilst their two main drivers, Fernando Alonso (Renault) and Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren) battled for the Drivers’ title. Going into the Event Fernando Alonso had clinched his first title at the previous round in Brazil by finishing […]

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Formula One Engines

In 2014 the engine specifications saw a move from naturally aspirated V8’s to turbo hybrid V6’s. Naturally, opinion has been divided over whether this has been a good change for the sport or not. Click the read more button to get my thoughts on the current engines in Formula One.

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1982 Monaco Grand Prix

The 1982 season was an eventful and difficult year for Formula One. In the previous round Gilles Villeneuve had died during qualifying, which meant that only one Ferrari, that of Didier Pironi lined up alongside the other drivers at Monaco.

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