F1 Today – 30/09/2015

Welcoming EU investigation Berine Ecclestone does not blame Force India and Sauber for launching a complaint with the European Union. The teams are complaint on anti-competition grounds because of the way  the way revenues in the sport are shared. The focus will be around the governance and payment structure of the sport which are negotiated

F1 Today – 29/05/2015

EU investigation in F1 launched F1 will be investigated by the European Union after Sauber and Force India launch a complaint on anti-competition grounds. Earlier this year the EU said they wanted to investigate the sport but needed a complaint from a stake holder. The teams say the way revenues in the sport are “unfair”

Louts take over by Renault within weeks and return to F1 in 2016

An announcement by the French car manufacture Renault that his has brought Lotus is due today. Talks of the takeover were high on the agenda over the weekend with management of the team being tight lipped on the reports. A statement by Renault says that they said they have signed a letter of intent with

Japanese Grand Prix – Result

Po Name Team Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:28:06.508  25 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes +00:18.964 18 3 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +00:20.850 15 4 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari +00:33.768 12 5 Valtteri Bottas Williams – Mercedes +00:36.746 10 6 Nico Hulkenberg Force India – Mercedes +00:55.559 8 7 Romain Grosjean Lotus – Mercedes +01:12.298 6 8 Pastor

Japanese Grand Prix – Qualifying

Po Name Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:33.015 01:32.632 01:32.584 2 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:32.844 01:32.789 01:32.660 3 Valtteri Bottas Williams – Mercedes 01:34.326 01:33.416 01:33.024 4 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 01:34.431 01:33.844 01:33.024 5 Felipe Massa Williams – Mercedes 01:34.744 01:33.377 01:33.337 6 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 01:34.171 01:33.361 01:33.347 7 Daniel Ricciardo

Notebook – Friday Japan

Today’s running in Suzuka was hit by rain thought out the day which gave us a change from the normal Mercedes inter-team battle. But however we know Mercedes do mask there true performance on Friday’s before turning it up on Saturday for FP3 and qualifying. Red Bull run well today but how will they carry

JAPANESE GP – Sainz fastest in soaking wet Suzuka

Carlos Sainz topped the first rain soaked practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix. The session was affected throughout by the session with puddles of rain on the circuit. Daniil Kyvat was second for Red Bull. Nico Rosberg was the fastest of the title contenders followed by Sebastian Vettel and team-mate Lewis Hamilton. The circuit

JAPANESE GP – Kyvat tops wet second practice for Red Bull

Daniil Kyvat went faster than both Mercedes during a wet second practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Russian was 0.02 seconds faster than Nico Rosberg and 0.55 seconds faster than Lewis Hamilton. Kyvat’s team-mate Daniel Ricciardo was fourth ahead of former team-mate Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen with all three going off track