F1 Debuts in Russia

The sunny and vibrant track at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi this weekend was in stark contrast to the miserable, washed-out memories of Suzuka. There had been much excitement in the build-up to the opening of the new track, which is part of the Olympic Park that hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics earlier […]

Rosberg Surrenders Championship Lead To Hamilton

Singapore. Traditionally a hot and humid circuit, surrounded by darkness and in the glare of spotlights amid the roar of the trackside crowd – the perfect place for the blazing rivalry between Hamilton and Rosberg to reach its fiery zenith. The Mercedes cars took their customary places on the grid at 1 and 2 – […]

Hamilton Makes a Point at Monza

After an action-packed and controversial Belgian Grand Prix, the Italian event this weekend had a hard act to follow. Initially, and predictably, the race began with all the Mercedes engines lined up at the front of the grid – Mercedes themselves, Williams and then McLaren – closely followed by the Red Bulls. The fast pace […]

Hungary Leaves Us Wanting More F1

The 2014 F1 Grand Prix season seem to getting better and better F1 blogger Kerri Meyerhoff sent us this report of the action in Hungary. The Hungarian Grand Prix kicked off in style on Saturday’s qualifying session, with race favourite Lewis Hamilton, only 14 points behind his teammate and rival Nico Rosberg in the drivers’ […]

Ricciardo Breaks Mercedes Hold in Canadian Grand Prix

Photo taken by Henry Mineur Mercedes' season-long winning streak ended with a bang (literally!) at the Canadian GP last night. The thrilling race both started and finished with pieces of car strewn about the track, and Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo finally came through after a series of strong races and took his first ever win. […]