Sebastian Vettel won the opening race of the 2018 season, the timing of the Virtual Safety Car (VSC). Lewis Hamilton looked in control of the race and looked to be on course for victory, he had opened the gap up to almost four seconds. That meant by Hamilton lead until the race until the safety
Behind The Headlines
Liberty Media announced this week that the sport was banning the use of grid girls this season. The reason why they have done this is that they believe that “the practice is appropriate or relevant to Formula 1 and its fans, old and new, across the world.” I agree with Liberty, I do not see
BEHIND THE HEADLINES – United States – How Mercedes won the championship and where did it all go wrong for Ferrari?
Mercedes wrapped up their fourth back-to-back world title in Austin after outscoring Ferrari. At points this season the two biggest names in the sport both constructors and drivers looked evenly matched fighting each other on track. However, since the summer break Ferrari have not taken a single victory thanks to reliability problems as well as
Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon once again came together during the Belgian Grand Prix, while they were fighting for position on lap twenty-nine of the race. This is their second collision on track in three months, and it’s beginning to from the team’s point of view get a bit out of hand. Both Perez and
The Hungarian Grand Prix marked the half way point in the season and as the sport heads into the four-week summer break it feels right that we use Budapest as the mark of reflection. Going into the season, we wanted to see this fight between Mercedes and Ferrari – we have that. But, personally, I
Things were going to boil over at some point in the title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. We have looked forward to the fight between these two drivers who have seven world titles between them. Both men have huge respect for each other and have been racing in Formula One for the same