The McLaren-Honda partnership

As with almost any weekend, ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix focus was on the McLaren-Honda partnership. McLaren driver Fernando Alonso commented during the normal Thursday press conference that if the team won, or close to that, before September he would stay with the team.

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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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Ericsson v Massa

Some have accused the Canadian Grand Prix of being boring. However in the opening laps of the race, Formula One saw a glimpse of how exciting it can be. The glimpse I am talking about is the battle between Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson and Williams’ Felipe Massa. What made the battle brilliant was that Marcus Ericsson […]

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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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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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F1 Driver Market

During the weekend Sauber announced that Marcus Ericsson, who has been racing for Caterham this year, will be racing for them in 2015. This has led to Sauber’s currently contracted drivers Adrian Sutil and Esteban Guttierez, along with reserve driver Giedo Van der Garde all vying for the final seat. You could also throw Sauber’s […]

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Looking to 2014 in F1

Sunday saw the 2013 Formula One Season come to a close at Brazil, with attention now fully focused on preparing for the 2014 season which sees a change in the designs of the cars as well as the introduction of V6 turbo engines. Certain teams however will also be finalising their driver line ups for […]

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