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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2015 Formula One Driver Battles

With Lewis Hamilton clinching the F1 Drivers Championship in the last round in Austin and Mercedes having clinched the Constructors Championship in Sochi, you may think that there isn’t much point in tuning in to watch the remaining three races. However, as I am about to detail, there are plenty of other battles between drivers […]

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1994 Japanese Grand Prix

The 1994 season had been one of tragedy and would change the sport forever. The championship still continued and soon developed into being contested between two drivers, Williams’ Damon Hill and Benetton’s Michael Schumacher. Going into the Event Damon Hill had to win in order to be in with a realistic chance of winning the […]

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F1 Summer Break

With the end of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Formula One now enters a summer break, not returning until 21st August when the first free practice session gets underway for the Belgian Grand Prix. Going into the summer break Lewis Hamilton leads the drivers championship from teammate Nico Rosberg by twenty one points. With his win […]

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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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1992 Monaco Grand Prix

The season had begun with Williams dominating, their lead driver, Nigel Mansell having won the opening five rounds. Monaco was the sixth round where the signs looked like another Mansell/Williams win as Mansell claimed pole position and his team mate, Riccardo Patrese, lined up second.

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