Preview round 15 of the 2017 Formula One season, the Malaysian Grand Prix.
For the 19th and, for now at least, final time Formula One travels to Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Home to Mercedes’ sponsor Petronas, but only ever home to a Hamilton victory on one occasion. While title-rival Sebastian Vettel has clinched victory on 4 occasions, the most by any driver in a Formula One championship Grand Prix.
Preview the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix as F1 returns from its summer break.
Sun, sea and relaxation. They’re all in the past as Formula One heads to Belgian for its annual Spa treatment, marking an end to the summer break and re-engaging the Hamilton versus Vettel title fight. At least the sun is expected to still be shining as F1 returns, although that can never be guaranteed at Spa-Francorchamps.
Preview the final round before the summer shutdown, the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The summer break is nearing and the Championship lead is down to a single point. But can Sebastian Vettel stretch his advantage into his holidays or will Lewis Hamilton continue his charge to snatch the top spot at the Hungaroring? A track that has been a happy hunting ground for the British racer, with five wins to his name.
Preview Round 9 of the Formula One championship, the Austrian Grand Prix.
As the dust settles over the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Formula One hits back with the Austrian Grand Prix – Red Bull’s owners home Grand Prix. But will Red Bull claim victory on home turf in Speilberg or can Vettel and Hamilton bounce back from their Baku bout to notch another win under their belts?
Preview to Round 8 of the Formula One World Championship, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Formula One heads back to Baku for the city circuit’s second Grand Prix, but under a new name – the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Moving away from the European Grand Prix title that the city hosted its first Formula One race under, and into its own national race.
As the Australian Grand Prix continues to near, continue the countdown here.
New regulations, new cars, new owners and a new team on top? The season preview continues as I take a look at what lies in the season ahead for the teams vying for the top. Taking into account key members of staff leaving the champs, who has been brought in to replace and why 2017 could be more 2015 than ’16 for McLaren. Continue reading →
2016 was a year of highs and lows in Formula One. From Verstappen’s debut win and Rosberg finally beating Hamilton to the title, to elimination qualifying, farcical team orders in Abu Dhabi and more angry radio messages by Sebastian Vettel than Ferrari victories. So sit back, relax, and recap the year that was F1 2016, Rosberg’s year. Continue reading →