Ferrari arrived in Malaysia in a right mess in 2012. Their new car was hopelessly off the pace and it’s unpredictable and unforgiving nature made it a hard beast to […]
While every previous edition of the Hungarian Grand Prix was staged in hot and dry conditions, 2006 was cold and wet. Conditions were very slippy, with Pedro de la Rossa […]
Considering the amount of money Honda has invested in this year’s F1 campaign, and how much that has contributed to the 2017 McLaren entry pot we should understand that McLaren cannot simply walk away or “fire” Honda. It will be up to Honda to decide if they wish to walk away at the end of this year. This sentiment was echoed in today’s team representative press conference with Jonathan Neale (McLaren) stating “you can’t simply rip up a contract”….
Fernando Alonso remains level headed following today’s practice sessions in Austria. He was 9th fastest in FP1 and 8th fastest in FP2 with a respectable 1m07.510s lap time which is quicker than Schumacher’s 2003 1m08.337 record set in 2003 but +1.535s slower than today’s fastest from Lewis Hamilton who will (announced this evening – Friday) incur a 5 grid penalty for needing a new gearbox under article 23.5a of the FIA 2017 regulations.
Fernando Alonso’s career path has been called into question since his return to McLaren, however, once again his manager, the Italian businessman Flavio Briatore (banned for fixing the Singapore Grand Prix whilst chief of Renault F1) has stirred the hornet’s nest once more with his latest promotional statement:
But will that be enough? Alonso has told EFE news agency a few days ago he is happy at McLaren, Just frustrated and he has given them till the summer […]
Bahrain is a relatively new addition to the Formula One, having joined the calendar in 2004, and run every year bar 2011 when it was cancelled. With no other facility […]
If there is one thing the Bahrain International Circuit doesn’t lack it is run off space. So much so that it encourages not only some wild overtaking, but also sometimes […]
2006 was another year of major regulation change in F1. Gone were the beloved 3 litre V10s, replaced by quieter (for the time!) 2.4 litre V8s. Tyre regulations had been […]
Brought to you by TheJudge13 contributor Mattpt55 Ambient 12° Track 15° Humidity 83% Wind 1.8 m/s Prelude it’s raining it’s pouring/this race may not be boring as long as they […]