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”

F1 Spanish Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton led every lap to win in Spain

Lewis Hamilton led from start to finish at the Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya, to win the Spanish Grand Prix, with a 20 second gap ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. It was a clean start from all of the 20 drivers on the grid. However, Lewis Hamilton managed to get a decent gap from MaxContinue reading “F1 Spanish Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton led every lap to win in Spain”

Opinion: Sebastian Vettel & Ferrari’s burning bridge

Credit: Yahoo Sport Australia It hasn’t been the best of break-ups for Formula One’s Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel. After the 2019 season, the new rising star for the Italian outfit, Charles Leclerc, was given a brand spanking new five-year contract for 2020 that will last up to 2024. However, Vettel wasn’t so lucky. At theContinue reading “Opinion: Sebastian Vettel & Ferrari’s burning bridge”

F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix: Max Verstappen secures first win for Red Bull in 2020

Despite being fourth on the grid, Max Verstappen was able to hold off the Mercedes duo to take the win for Formula One’s 70th anniversary at Silverstone. Due to the tyre drama last week, it was predicted it would be a two stop strategy between the mandatory compounds such as medium-hard-hard or medium-hard-medium Lights outContinue reading “F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix: Max Verstappen secures first win for Red Bull in 2020”

Five talking points from the 2020 British Grand Prix

It was an eventful ending to the British Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, limped his car over the line after he suffered a puncture on the final lap. In the first part of a double header, the British GP has shown why it is on the F1 calendar as it has been a mixedContinue reading “Five talking points from the 2020 British Grand Prix”

2020 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton victorious in Hungary to top drivers standings

Lewis Hamilton won his second consecutive Grand Prix as he jumped ahead in the drivers world championship standings, on 63 points for the six-time title winner. Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean, had pitted before the race had even started as they switched for the medium compound tyres as the track seemed too dry for theContinue reading “2020 F1 Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton victorious in Hungary to top drivers standings”

2020 Hungarian Grand Prix – Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton smashes track record to gain pole

Lewis Hamilton gained his second consecutive pole position in the relatively-fresh Formula One season, as he broke the track record twice in the process. Q1 Verstappen was at the head of the queue at the start of Q1 when the light turned green. 18 drivers were straight out at the start of the qualifying sessionContinue reading “2020 Hungarian Grand Prix – Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton smashes track record to gain pole”

2020 Hungarian Grand Prix – Practice 3: Valtteri Bottas fastest by 0.042 seconds

Mercedes one-two in the final practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend as Bottas edged out his teammate by 0.042 seconds. Lando Norris, McLaren, was the first driver to get out of the pit garages but he stopped at the pit lane exit to practice a start for tomorrow’s race. This allowed Kevin Magnussen,Continue reading “2020 Hungarian Grand Prix – Practice 3: Valtteri Bottas fastest by 0.042 seconds”