Michael Schumacher’s greatest seasons: 2000

When looking back at Michael Schumacher's incredible career, I struggled profusely to pick five seasons that stand out ahead of his other performances, not because the German legend excelled so few times - but because Michael Schumacher was exceptional every single time he stepped into a Formula 1 car. Michael's Formula 1 career is a … Continue reading Michael Schumacher’s greatest seasons: 2000

Michael Schumacher’s greatest seasons: 1994

When looking back at Michael Schumacher's incredible career, I struggled profusely to pick five seasons that stand out ahead of his other performances, not because the German legend excelled so few times - but because Michael Schumacher was exceptional every single time he stepped into a Formula 1 car. Michael's Formula 1 career is a … Continue reading Michael Schumacher’s greatest seasons: 1994

Max Verstappen will replace Vergne at Toro Rosso in 2015

The 16-year-old, who is the son of former F1 driver Jos, only graduated from karts this year and impressive performances in the European F3 Championship saw him join Red Bull’s junior programme little more than a week ago. Verstappen will be just 17 when he takes to the grid next year, becoming F1’s youngest ever … Continue reading Max Verstappen will replace Vergne at Toro Rosso in 2015

Vettel tired after dominant run in F1, says Horner

Sebastian Vettel's ongoing 2014 underperformance fiasco is owed to the fact that he is 'worn out', Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has revealed. Having utterly dominated the sport, culminating in his four consecutive drivers' titles between 2010 and last year with relative ease, the 27-year-old German has struggled for form this season. In fact, … Continue reading Vettel tired after dominant run in F1, says Horner

Valtteri Bottas exclusive: Q&A

Throughout the first half of 2014's Formula 1 campaign, there have been perhaps three or four standout talents - names that always somehow appear towards the sharp end once the chequered flag is raised. Whilst two of those names - Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton - are fighting directly for the World Drivers Championship, one … Continue reading Valtteri Bottas exclusive: Q&A

Drivers of the weekend: Hungarian GP

After 70 gruelling laps, 45 pit stops, 6 retirements and 3 safety cars, it was Daniel Ricciardo who stole the victory as he was yet again able to profit from Mercedes' losses. Starting from fourth, Ricciardo ran a steady but nonetheless lukewarm first half of the race, but benefitted greatly from a number of safety … Continue reading Drivers of the weekend: Hungarian GP

Drivers of the weekend: German GP

This year's German Grand Prix, hosted at the Hockenheimring, delivered a rather predictable result. Following his country's triumph at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the completion of a fresh Mercedes contract extension, and a further-blossomed romance with newly-wed wife Vivian, Nico Rosberg was able to complete his crescendo of elation with a home victory in … Continue reading Drivers of the weekend: German GP

Drivers of the weekend: British GP

In leu of a conventional Gran Prix, the British GP did not fail to disappoint, as Silverstone brought it's trademark unpredictability into play despite a surprising lack of rain. Hamilton's 27th victory places him on equal footing with the legendary Jackie Stewart, but the Mercedes driver's Silverstone triumph undoubtedly means more to his immediate future … Continue reading Drivers of the weekend: British GP

McLaren seek Hamilton return: analysis

A Formula 1 season would not be complete without the mass of speculation created by the Motorsport media's rumour mill. As is always the case, central to the so-called 'silly season' this year, is contemplation regarding possible driver moves. Bizarrely, this year sees the current championship favourite's position placed under scrutiny, with tabloids attempting to … Continue reading McLaren seek Hamilton return: analysis

Drivers of the weekend: Austrian GP

After qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix, signs that the tide was turning appeared increasingly evident as Williams stopped the Silver Arrow onslaught. Today's Grand Prix, however, demonstrated that Williams' actions did not stop Mercedes' run of superiority, rather simply blemished it. After a suspect third on the grid for Rosberg, and a spin resulting … Continue reading Drivers of the weekend: Austrian GP