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Notebook – Australian Grand Prix – Review

Valtteri Bottas has got his 2019 season off to a great start, with a dominating race win in Melbourne. The whole weekend was a story of surprise as we believed that Ferrari were going to be ahead of Mercedes this weekend.   Bottas stronger than ever? Valtteri Bottas has really recovered from that

Notebook – Australian Practice

Despite his claims that Mercedes were on the back foot going into this weekends opening race in Melbourne, Lewis Hamilton topped both of the practice sessions. In FP1, the five times champion was three hundredths off a second faster than his expected title rival Sebastian Vettel. While he was four

Reporters – 03/02/2019

Sebastian Vettel’s 2018 will be remembered for his mistakes which cost him his fifth world title. But his mistakes also cost him the dream of a world title with Ferrari, Nico Rosberg says that the pressure is on Ferrari. So what does he believe they need to do to challenge Mercedes? “Pressure

Reporters – 27/01/2019

It collapsed in 2014, but so far the staff of the Caterham team have gone unpaid for work. So why did it take so long for the administrators to pay off the debts? Caterham employees paid by administrators More than two hundred former employees of the Caterham team have finally been paid

Reporters – 20/01/2019

Since Honda returned to Formula One in 2015 they have been firmly rooted to the bottom of the power stakes. But going into 2019 they are targeting Renault, but how do they plan to do that? Honda wants to be the third best engine Honda has set itself the target this

Reporters – 13/01/2019

Formula One is known for its expensive cars but when they crash they cause thousandths of pounds worth of damage, but how much did it cost one team in 2018? Crashes cost Toro Rosso nearly £2 million Toro Rosso spent over £1.85 million on crash damage last year, following a number of

2018 Season Review – Part Six – Hamilton keeps momentum going as Mercedes close in on constructors

Brazil Hamilton kept the momentum going at Interlagos to taking pole by nine-hundredths of a second over Vettel it wasn’t an easy session for both drivers. They both had been forced to take avoiding action after coming across slow cars on timed laps. Their teammates were a tenth off, with Valtteri Bottas

2018 Season Review – Part Five – Hamilton chases in to the title as Raikkonen wins

Japan Hamilton was on it again in qualifying at Suzuka the Englishman topped all three sessions, conditions were ones which suited the Mercedes driver as the rain moved in. Hamilton took pole from Bottas as Ferrari made another error, leaving Vettel only ninth. Vettel went straight out in Q3 on the intermediates,

2018 Season Review – Part Four – Mercedes bounce back to dominance as Ferrari get flustered

Belgium Like in Budapest, conditions at Spa where changeable and the fight for pole between Vettel and Hamilton was close until the closing moments. Hamilton and Vettel started Q3 on dry tyres, but were forced to abort on there out laps and switch to inters. Again like in Budapest, the Englishman proved