NOTEBOOK – Sochi Qualifying

Nico Rosberg took pole for the Russian Grand Prix after his teammate Lewis Hamilton encounters problem once again with his engine. Hamilton woes It has been a very tough start to the season for the world champion but he knows that in racing you have ups and downs. The engine is clearly the more powerful

Tales From The Vault – Remembering Ayrton and Roland

Originally Published 29 April 2015 Today marks the 21st anniversary of the nightmare of 1994 San Marino Grand Prix where we lost two a great and a future great in two days. Ayrton Senna crashed out after his steering column broke early in the race leaving him clinically dead from a head injury. Austrian Roland Ratzenberger

Russian GP – Quaiflying

Po Name Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:36.119 01:35.337 01:35.417 2 Sebastian Vettel Mercedes 01:36.555 01:36.623 01:36.123 3 Valtteri Bottas Williams – Mercedes 01:37.753 01:37.140 01:36.536 4 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 01:36.976 01:36.741 01:36.663 5 Felipe Massa Williams – Mercedes 01:37.753 01:37.230 01:37.016 6 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:38.091 01:37.569

RUSSIAN GP – Rosberg takes pole as Hamilton’s woes continue

Nico Rosberg has taken pole position for the Russian Grand Prix after his team-mate Lewis Hamilton once again was hit by reliability problems. The world champion once again suffered an engine problem at the end of Q2 meaning he will need a new power unit to be fitted overnight ahead of Sunday’s race. This allowed

Notebook – Russia Practice

Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton topped one practice session each during Friday’s practices for the Russian Grand Prix. Ferrari’s woes continue Ferrari appear to be struggling off and on track but still are very close to the silver arrows on track. The team didn’t really show their hands with Sebastian Vettel having the electronic failure

F1 Today – 28/04/2016

More problems for Sauber as Malyon leaves The crisis at Sauber appears to have deepened as the teams head of track engineering Tim Malyon has left the team after just over three months. The former Red Bull engineer joined the Swiss team in January. Malyon is the second high profile departure in seven weeks after

F1 Today – 27/04/2016

Still no deal on engine regulations Formula One bosses have failed to reach a deal on new engine regulations after a meeting yesterday according to the magazine Autosport. The Strategy Group and F1 Commission need to get the changes agreed on Saturday. The FIA want to address the cost, availability of supply, noise and performance convergence