Will and Tom review last weekend’s F1 drama at the Singapore Grand Prix. After Vettel takes a big risk to secure a lead at the start, the position of 1st place was left wide open for Hamilton. Ferrari look to cover their drivers backs as everyone tries to point the finger after the unfortunate incident.
Ferrari caused a media storm yesterday, by posting a tweet that suggested Red Bull driver Max Verstappen was at fault for a controversial first lap crash in the Singapore GP. The crash took out both Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, allowing Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton to claim a comfortable victory. It’s been a tricky few weeks
Will Chapman and Gabbie Partington preview the weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, who does the track suit and who looks good going into the race?
After months of speculation F1 team McLaren have confirmed that they will be ‘divorcing’ current engine supplier Honda, in favour of a new deal with Renault. The McLaren-Honda alliance is set to be officially terminated this weekend, putting an end to the partnership that once vowed to ‘break Mercedes dominance’ in the sport. There are
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has claimed that he hopes McLaren has a more competitive engine next year, so that Fernando Alonso has a fighting chance of winning the title. McLaren is currently in the process of scrapping their engine deal with Honda in favour of a new Renault engine. It’s rare for an F1 driver
Valtteri Bottas has signed a one-year contract extension with F1 team Mercedes, and will remain with last year’s Constructor’s Champions until the end of 2018. Bottas currently sits in third place in the Driver’s Championship standings with an impressive 197 points. Mercedes were left with a difficult situation at the end of last season, when
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas has taken the lead following the second practice session for Sunday’s Italian GP. The Fin was five-hundredths of a second faster than teammate Lewis Hamilton; however, both Mercedes men face stiff competition from their Ferrari counterparts, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen recording similar times yesterday morning. Lewis Hamilton look set