Pit Call the Wrong Call for Mercedes

The aftermath of the Monaco GP has been filled with debate and accusations following a fairly soporific race with a surprisingly dramatic ending. For the first three-quarters of the race, it was a normal Monte Carlo event – very difficult to overtake, resembling a train of cars following one after the other, the order unlikely […]

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No Pain in Spain for Rosberg

The sun shined down last week on Catalunya as two teams were set to battle it out at the Barcelona Grand Prix 2015. Mercedes, ahead in the drivers’ and constructors’ championships, were looking to maintain their healthy lead over their closest rivals, while Ferrari, winners of the previous race, were gunning from behind, Vettel and […]

Hamilton Wins But Ferrari Look Menacing in Bahrain

After the re-establishment of Mercedes' dominance at Shanghai, the lead-up to the race in Bahrain was all about Ferrari; do they have the pace to take on the German team, and can they capitalise on their better tyre management during the races to challenge them on the podium? Following China, when Raikkonen and Vettel came […]

Smooth Running for Silver Arrows in China

There were a lot of questions coming into the third race of the new F1 season in Shanghai this year; with Mercedes set to dominate the field for the whole year according to the teams and experts, and Ferrari's fantastic win in Malaysia, all eyes were on the Italians this weekend as they hoped to […]

Ferrari Steal a Win in Malaysia

The second Grand Prix of this new season was definitely not what anyone could have expected following the performance in Australia two weeks prior. After a very wet qualifying session in which Hamilton faced stiff competition from his teammate Rosberg and closest rivals Ferrari. Vettel managed to squeeze in ahead of Rosberg to join Hamilton […]

One out of F1 for Hamilton in 2015

The Australian Grand Prix marked the beginning of a new season of F1 racing. This year, there have been plenty of new drivers emerging onto the scene such as Felipe Nasr for Sauber and Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jr., as well as some substantial and surprising changes in the team line-ups. Sebastian […]

Prost Wins First ePrix in Miami

The title race for the inaugural Formula E season hotted up once more on the searing streets of Miami as Nicolas Prost, the French driver for e.dams Renault, became the fifth driver in five races to take the top spot on the podium. The Championship is literally still all to play for and any driver […]

Silverstone – The Home of British Motor Racing

The highlight of Atlas’ year is our VIP experience during the weekend of the British Grand Prix: fine dining mixed with high performance motor racing. In is held at a great British racing institution: Silverstone, a historic track with a rich history, not only is it in the heart of the country but also firmly […]

Da Costa’s Formula E Victory in Argentina

The sun shone brightly and the crowds cheered on Saturday morning to herald the beginning of the fourth dynamic Formula E event in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sticking with the South American circuits after the race in Uruguay last month, the teams lined up on the grid, ready to race as the drivers' championship is still […]

Three Winners in Three ePrix Races

The third Formula E event took place this weekend beside the sunny beaches of Uruguay’s Punta del Este circuit. The track had been likened to "the Monaco of South America" with its narrow, winding nature, lack of room to overtake, and the tight corners which would provide such drama. This race also saw the debut […]