Spotlight Increases On McLaren As Team Delay Driver Decisions Until December

Formula One World Championship, Rd3, Bahrain Grand Prix, Qualifying, Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain, Saturday 5 April 2014.

The latest development in the story of McLaren’s driver line-up for next year has unfolded with the announcement that there will be no confirmation of who is driving for the team in 2015 until December at the earliest. Continue reading

Rosberg Stays Ahead Of Hamilton In Brazil To Stay In Title Hunt


Nico Rosberg kept calm to stay in front of Lewis Hamilton and win the 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix. Starting from pole, Rosberg remained in the lead for the majority of the race to get his fifth win of the year. Finishing behind Rosberg were Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa in second and third place, respectively. Continue reading

Nasr Completes Sauber 2015 Lineup

Ahead of this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix, Felipe Nasr has been announced as Sauber’s second driver signing for the 2015 season. The news comes just a few days after Sauber had signed Marcus Ericsson for next season. Continue reading

Aware Alonso Eager To Keep Ahead Of McLaren In Constructor’s Fight

Fernando Alonso has stated the need to keep battling as he and his Ferrari team look to stay ahead of their rivals McLaren  in the fight for fourth in the Constructor’s Championship. Continue reading

Hamilton Beats Rosberg To Win United States Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg led from pole but it was Lewis Hamilton who took the victory in Austin. Leading from the race start, a Safety Car period for Adrian Sutil’s retired Sauber and after the first round of pitstops, Hamilton overtook Rosberg for the lead on lap 24 and stayed ahead of his championship rival and team-mate to win the United States Grand Prix. Behind the two Silver Arrows drivers on the final step of the podium was Daniel Ricciardo for Red Bull. Continue reading

Rosberg Rockets To Unstoppable Pole In Austin


Nico Rosberg did what he needed to do and with authority as he took pole ahead of his team-mate for the 2014 United States Grand Prix. His time of 1:36.067 was almost 4 tenths faster than Lewis Hamilton could manage as the Briton attempted to battle past a brake issue. Valtteri Bottas is best of the rest and will start the race in third for the fifth time in the past seven races. Continue reading

Bianchi Condition Unchanged Almost Four Weeks On

The family of injured Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi have issued an update regarding his condition. Still in the Mie General Medical Center in Yokkaichi that the driver was brought to after the accident, there has been no change in his condition, still critical but stable. Continue reading


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