F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice two: Valtteri Bottas locks out as Fridays fastest driver

Credit: GPDestinations Kevin Magnussen, Haas, was the first car to venture out onto the Mugello Circuit when Free Practice two got underway this afternoon. Although the Dane put in the first timed lap, Lando Norris, McLaren, soon topped the timing boards with a 1:18.658. Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, added some spice into FP2 when he spunContinue reading “F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice two: Valtteri Bottas locks out as Fridays fastest driver”

F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice 1: Valtteri Bottas gets fastest lap at first session at Mugello

Credit: GPDestinations Both Red Bull drivers, Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon, took to the new track first with the latter first out. However, they only ventured out to complete installation laps. Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, set the first timed lap around the Tuscan track with 1:22.124 on the hardest tyre compound, this provided the target forContinue reading “F1 Tuscan Grand Prix – Free Practice 1: Valtteri Bottas gets fastest lap at first session at Mugello”

F2 Italian Sprint Race: Dan Ticktum secures win after first lap lead

Credit: FIA Dan Ticktum, Dams, managed to keep the pack at bay after he overtook the reverse grid pole-sitter, Louis Deletraz, Charouz, to take the lead on the first lap of the race. It was a clean start for the pack once the lights went out. Unfortunately it wasn’t the best start for the RacelabContinue reading “F2 Italian Sprint Race: Dan Ticktum secures win after first lap lead”

Five talking points for the Italian Grand Prix

Credit: Formula One Formula One is set to shine on the Italian stage this weekend at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, where Mercedes look to push out their lead in both world championships standings. The ‘party’ is over The party mode, which is an tool for drivers to gain every inch of performance out of theirContinue reading “Five talking points for the Italian Grand Prix”

EIHA progresses to Phase Three in Return to Play plan

Today, the English Ice Hockey Association has progressed into phase three in their five part ‘return to play’ plan after the ice rinks reopened on August 15. The Coronavirus pandemic, the global outbreak which has impacted every part of our everyday lives, has had a massive impact on the sporting world. Suspensions and cancellations inContinue reading “EIHA progresses to Phase Three in Return to Play plan”

F1 Belgian Grand Prix 2020: Lewis Hamilton leads from pole to flag to win in Belgium

Credit: FormulaRapida.com The early safety car hadn’t affected the Mercedes drivers as Lewis Hamilton led from pole to the chequered flag to secure a one-two finish in the Belgian Grand Prix. It was a clean start in this years Belgian Grand Prix as the Mercedes duo filtered into La Source (turn one), followed by theContinue reading “F1 Belgian Grand Prix 2020: Lewis Hamilton leads from pole to flag to win in Belgium”

F2 Belgian Sprint Race: Double Safety Car provides win for Robert Shwartzman

After two full safety cars and a Virtual Safety Car, the sprint race finished with a Prema one-two after Shwartzman throttled out a eight-second gap over his teammate over Schumacher. From P3 to the lead, Dan Ticktum, Dams, managed make his way to the front of the pack after La Souce (Turn one). However, theContinue reading “F2 Belgian Sprint Race: Double Safety Car provides win for Robert Shwartzman”

Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen: Who will secure a world title first?

Credit: Pinterest Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen are two fantastic racing drivers, with world championship potential, but who will win a world drivers championship first? The world drivers championship. The dream. The glory. The target which all 20 drivers on the grid in Formula One aim to achieve. It seems like aContinue reading “Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen: Who will secure a world title first?”

Will Red Bull claw into the Mercedes lead at the Belgian Grand Prix?

Mercedes are leading in both championships with 221 points in the constructors and 132 points with Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers Standings, can Red Bull crawl back this weekend? There is no hiding the fact: Red Bull are the only team which can truly compete against Mercedes, in the constructors championship. Ferrari, who would haveContinue reading “Will Red Bull claw into the Mercedes lead at the Belgian Grand Prix?”

Why the Belgian Grand Prix will always have a place in my heart

Formula One is heading to Belgium this weekend to continue the season at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, but this Grand Prix will always have a place in my heart. Ever since I was a kid, I always had an interest in racing from crashing into plenty of barriers at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, on Project GothamContinue reading “Why the Belgian Grand Prix will always have a place in my heart”