NOTEBOOK – Malaysian Qualifying

Lewis Hamilton’s hopes of a fourth world title appear to have been boosted after taking his fifth career pole at Sepang while his championship rival Sebastian Vettel starts last thanks to an engine failure meaning he starts last after failing to qualify. Pole Lap – L. Hamilton Lewis Hamilton comes out of turn fifteen and

Malaysian GP – Qualifying Result

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:31.605 01:30.977 01:30.076 2 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Ferrari 01:32.259 01:30.926 01:30.121 3 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:31.920 01:30.931 01:30.541 4 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull – Tag Heuer 01:32.416 01:31.061 01:30.595 5 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:32.254 01:30.803 01:30.758

Notebook – Malaysian Practice

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen topped the times in a wet first practice session by seven-tenths over team-mate Daniel Ricciardo ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix. While in second practice it was Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who topped the times over his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen by six-tenths. Red Bull v Ferrari Red Bull and Ferrari appear as

F1 Today – 28/09/2017

Hamilton excepting stronger Vettel Lewis Hamilton says he is expecting his Formula One title rival Sebastian Vettel to come back stronger following his retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix. Vettel retired on the opening lap following a collision with his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, which has allowed the Mercedes to open

F1 Today – 27/09/2017

Red Bull increase partnership with Aston Martin Red Bull announced on Monday that the luxury car brand Aston Martin will become Aston Martin Red Bull Racing from 2018. As part of the deal between the Austrian team and the German sports car company a new ‘Advanced Performance Centre’ will be housed at Red Bull’s Milton

PREVIEW – Malaysian Grand Prix

Round fifteen of the season sees the final running of the Malaysian Grand Prix. First held in 1999, as a FIA World Championship Grand Prix became the first ever world championship Grand Prix to be held in Asia.  The race however has it’s origins much earlier and was first held in neighbouring Singapore in 1963

REPORTERS – 24/09/2017

After weeks of speculation in Singapore it was confirmed that McLaren were splitting with Honda, but how will the divorce between the two shape the wider engine market for the next decade? McLaren switches to Renault power for 2018, as they spilt with Honda McLaren has announced they will be splitting with engine supplier Honda