Belgian GP – Qualifying Results

Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 01:43.587 01:42.938 01:42.519 2 Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 01:44.109 01:43.037 01:43.261 3 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:45.260 01:43.592 01:43.282 4 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 01:45.141 01:43.980 01:43.415 5 Max Verstappen DUT Red Bull – Honda 01:44.622 01:44.132 01:43.690 6 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault

Notebook – Belgian Practice

Ferrari makes a strong start Ferrari has started the second half of the season by topping both of Friday’s practice sessions. Sebastian Vettel was two tenths faster than his teammate Charles Leclerc in FP1, while the Monacan six tenths faster in the second session. While it is expected that the power-sensitive nature of the Spa

F1 Today – Belgian Prixview – 29/08/2019

Ericsson on stand by for Alfa Marcus Ericsson has been placed on stand by to replace Kimi Raikkonen at this weekends Belgian Grand Prix after the Finn pulled a muscle, but however he still expects to race. Ericsson has remained Alfa’s reserve after losing his race seat with what was then Sauber at the end

PRIXVIEW – Belgian Grand Prix

Round thirteen and penultimate round of the European season bring Formula One to the Arden Forrest in South East Belgium and the towns of Spa and Stavelot for the Belgian Grand Prix. Spa is one of the favourite circuits of the drivers and fans because of its unique challenges. The current circuit is around four

Reporters – 25/08/2019

Honda has been one of the biggest surprises this season, powering Red Bull its step forwards means it has more wins than Ferrari this season. But could the next set of regulations see the board walk away again? But why does its F1 managing director Masashi Yamamoto believe they can’t  do much more? Honda future

F1 Today – 23/08/2019

Hamilton still loving F1 Lewis Hamilton says that he still loves driving and has no plans to retire from F1 any time soon because he has “more to achieve” in the sport. The fives times champion leads the championship by sixty-two point over Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas. But is closing in on a sixth title

F1 Today – 21/08/2019

Honda future depends on results Honda believes that it cannot do much more to secure the future of its F1 programme after next season, as they wait for a decision from the board on whether to continue beyond next season. The Japanese manufacturer took its first win since 2006 with Max Verstappen in Austria and