Remembering Jules

Nine months after his heavy accident at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi lost his battle for survival. The sport that had filled his twenty five years of life was also the one that had it taken away. It was the first time in over twenty years that an F1 driver had died as a result of injuries sustained over a race weekend. Continue reading


Who Were The Year’s Top 5 Performers On The Track?

It wasn’t exactly a vintage year as one team continued it’s dominance, but the 2015 season did have its standout performers. There were overtaking moves to admire and mistakes to be punished. In a season where passing was troublesome, some men made it work better than others. As the calender turns to begin considering the next campaign, it is worth looking at who impressed over the course of 2015.

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Rosberg Breaks Hamilton Pole Streak In Spain


Nico Rosberg ended Lewis Hamilton’s run of four consecutive pole positions by taking pole for the Spanish Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton had to settle for second while Sebastian Vettel finished the session in third. Continue reading

Hamilton Beats Raikkonen Amid Brake Drama To Bahrain Grand Prix Win


Lewis Hamilton took the victory under the lights in the desert in the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix. Nico Rosberg was second for Mercedes and Kimi Raikkonen was third for Ferrari.  Continue reading

Hamilton Gets Pole But Vettel Splits Mercedes In Bahrain


Lewis Hamilton continued his run of pole positions to start from pole for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel ensured it was not to be a Mercedes front row as he put his Ferrari second on the grid. Nico Rosberg lines up in his Mercedes in third. Continue reading

Hamilton Leads Mercedes 1-2 Finish In China


Lewis Hamilton crossed the line ahead of his team-mate Nico Rosberg to win the 2015 Chinese Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel was third for Ferrari. Continue reading

Hamilton Takes Narrow Pole Over Rosberg In China


Lewis Hamilton did not have much to spare as he took pole for the Chinese Grand Prix less than a tenth of a second ahead of his team-mate Nico Rosberg. Sebastian Vettel finished the session in third for Ferrari. Continue reading