F1 Today – 31/05/2016

Red Bull renew Renault deal, as Toro Rosso switch back Red Bull and Renault have officially confirmed that they will continue their partnership until 2018. Red Bull’s sister team Toro Rosso will also return to Renault engines after a year with Ferrari. Last year the relationship between the two broke down after a second consecutive

Monaco GP – Result

POS Name Team Race Time Points 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:59:29.133 25 2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer +00:07.252 18 3 Sergio Perez Force India – Mercedes +00:13.825 15 4 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari +00:15.846 12 5 Fernando Alonso McLaren – Honda +01:25.076 10 6 Nico Hulkenberg Force India – Mercedes +01:32.999 8 7

NOTEBOOK — Monaco Qualifying

Daniel Riccardo took Red Bulls first pole position since the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix and the first pole of his career. He beat both Mercedes who will start second and third. Pole lap Riccardo set himself up nicely taking the perfect line through Saint Devote drivers perfectly up the hill through the kink at two

Monaco GP – Qualifying

po Name Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:14.912 01:14.357 01:13.622 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 01:14.873 01:14.056 01:13.791 3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 01:14.826 01:14.056 01:13.942 4 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 01:14.610 01:14.318 01:14.552 5 Nico Hulkenberg Force India – Mercedes 01:15.333 01:14.989 01:14.726 6 Kimi Raikkonen † Ferrari 01:15.499 01:14.732 01:14.732

F1 Today – 27/05/2016

FIA Drops ban on visor tear offs The FIA have decided to drop there ban on Formula One drivers from removing the tear-off strips from their helmets during grands prix. The ban was due to come in this weekend but has divided drivers McLaren driver Jenson Button describing the proposal as “silly”. However he could

NOTEBOOK – Monaco Practice

Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Daniel Riccardo took a practice session each ahead of this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix. Bianchi The off track talking point was the legal action being taken by Jules Bianchi’s family over his death in Japan 2014. They argue that the inquiry was wrong and the death was avoidable. They claim