Category Archive: Formula One

F1 Quickie: Force India officially changes its name

The Force India F1 Team has officially changed its name to Racing Point F1. Thus the team’s identity is officially getting changed from what Vijay Mallya originally started back in 2008. Technically, Force… Continue reading

Toro Rosso attaches Alexander Albon for 2019

Toro Rosso has attached a second driver for 2019 to drive as team-mate for the returning Daniil Kvyat. TR’s second driver will be this year’s second Formula 2 runner-up Alexander Albon. Albon lost… Continue reading

Fernando Alonso’s Career in a Nutshell

F1 Double Champion Fernando Alonso is leaving the Formula One Circus, maybe not on the best of notes but with a very awe-inspiring career behind him. I will openly admit that I have… Continue reading

2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Race Report

Another mostly uneventful Abu Dhabi Grand Prix closed out the 2018 season. Okay, there was definitely one spectacular accident on track but sadly this race really summed up my feelings for this season.… Continue reading

Robert Kubica will return to F1 in 2019!

Williams has officially announced that it has signed Robert Kubica to drive its second car for the 2019 season. This will be Kubica’s return to active driving duty after a nine-year absence from… Continue reading

Brazilian GP 2018 – Race Report

Despite low expectations on Hamilton’s part with the Brit having secured his fifth championship, we saw another race victory as well as some drama both on and off the track. The Top-10: Lewis… Continue reading

My 2 Cents: The 2019 F1 Driver Line-Up

There are only two Grand Prixs left this season and 2019 is going to be a big year of change. Not only is one Constructor due for a name-change, several drivers are switching… Continue reading

Lewis Hamilton wins the 2018 F1 Championship

Lewis Hamilton secured his fifth Drivers’ Championship yesterday in the Mexican Grand Prix (again, wasn’t able to watch so no Race Report, sorry). Though only 4th in the actual race, his 358 points… Continue reading

My 2 Cents: The W Series (all-female Formula)

Because I’m sadly not able to watch the US Grand Prix this year, I decided that I would give my 2 cents on the controversy surrounding the new W Series motor-racing league and… Continue reading

Ferrari Failure – Japanese GP 2018

Mercedes seems to have an incredibly easy time securing the championship with yet another disappointing race performance from the black stallions. Heavy debris from the Magnussen incident caused the safety car to come… Continue reading

Mercedes double up in Russia – Russian GP 2018

We saw some wheel-on-wheel action in the Russian round, but it was still sadly a somewhat underwhelming race with only Mercedes’ blatant team orders providing anything to talk about (and even that was… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: Sauber confirms Giovinazzi for 2019

Sauber has officially confirmed that Italian driver Antonio Giovinazzi will be the team’s second driver in 2019. Giovinazzi will be driving as Kimi Räikkönen’s team-mate who will be switching teams with Charles Leclerc… Continue reading

Steady on – Singapore GP 2018

Although we got to see some aggressive driving in the middle lot in the Singapore Grand Prix, the race was sadly a little boring simply because the top-6 drivers all finished on the… Continue reading

F1 WTF: Räikkönen and Leclerc to switch teams in 2019

An announcement which has shocked the whole F1 scene has come out. Kimi Räikkönen will end his Ferrari stint this year and will switch teams with Sauber’s rookie driver Charles Leclerc in 2019.… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: McLaren confirms Norris & Sainz for 2019

The McLaren F1 team has confirmed that Lando Norris will be its second driver for 2019, alongside current Renault driver Carlos Sainz Jr. Norris has been the team’s top choice to drive for… Continue reading

Many run-ins in Monza – Italian GP 2018

The Italian Grand Prix was slightly better than the past few races, mostly because drivers really fought each other in a way that caused a lot of damage. The Top-10: Lewis Hamilton –… Continue reading