Category Archive: Formula One

F1 Quickie: Alfa Romeo teams up with Sauber

The Sauber team has announced that it is teaming up with car manufacturer Alfa Romeo (owned by Fiat) for the 2018 season. Sauber is a Ferrari customer engine (also owned by Fiat) and… Continue reading

Abu Dhabi 2017 GP

Another dull Abu Dhabi race… The Top-11: Valtteri Bottas – Bottas was somehow able to maintain his first place. That’s nice I guess. Even though this is a totally meaningless victory, at least… Continue reading

I’m just gosh-darned tired of this overlong F1 season (Rant alert)

I don’t typically write these types of commentary style blogs on F1s because frankly, I really don’t see the point. I mostly talk about topics which are of direct interest to me (such… Continue reading

Just another GP – Brazilian Grand Prix 2017

Apart from the first few laps where there was some contact, this year’s Brazilian Grand Prix was another snoozefest in a season full of snoozefests. I’m really getting tired of this overlong race… Continue reading

Championship confirmed – Mexican GP 2017

After a decently exciting start, the Mexican GP turned out lik e all other races this season. Lewis Hamilton sealed his claim for the championship this round. Congratulations, Lewis! The Top-10: Max Verstappen… Continue reading

Red Bull confirms: Daniil Kvyat has been fired

Red Bull has officially confirmed that Daniil Kvyat will not be racing for Toro Rosso for the rest of the season. Kvyat was put aside for the Malaysian and Japanese rounds and returned… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: Hartley to drive in Mexico

Bad news for Daniil Kvyat as Toro Rosso has announced that Brendan Hartley and Pierre Gasly will drive in the Mexican Grand Prix this weekend. Hartley was substituting Gasly in the US Grand… Continue reading

Verstappen denied – US Grand Prix 2017 (Race Report)

Another rather hum-drum race in a season full of them. Some good fights, but the most exciting part of the race was the post-mortem when a driver lost their podium position to a… Continue reading

Brendon Hartley substitutes Gasly at US Grand Prix

Although Pierre Gasly will be employed by Toro Rosso full-time starting from next weekend’s US Grand Prix – the French race-driver is unfortunately going to miss the Austin race due to his participation… Continue reading

Ferrari’s hopes crushed – Japanese GP 2017

With Vettel dropping out of the Japanese Grand Prix with engine issues, Mercedes have all but cemented this year’s championship. Another rather dull grand prix, despite many drivers going wide on the Suzuka… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: Palmer to be replaced in US Grand Prix

Jolyon Palmer’s career in F1s has officially ended with today’s Japanese Grand Prix. Carlos Sainz of Toro Rosso will be driving for Renault starting with the US Grand Prix two weeks from now.… Continue reading

Robert Kubica and Paul Di Resta to test for Williams

Williams is going to drive tests with both Robert Kubica and Paul Di Resta this month. The team will most likely be keeping rookie driver Lance Stroll in their fold (Stroll’s father is… Continue reading

Verstappen Takes the Win – Malaysian GP 2017

In what is expected to be the final Malaysian Grand Prix, we had a different winner for a change. Not exactly the most exciting race though… The Top-10: Max Verstappen – Overtook Hamilton… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: Gasly will drive for Toro Rosso in Malaysia

Red Bull has announced that Pierre Gasly, who is expected to drive at Toro Rosso for the 2018 season (with Carlos Sainz Jr being loaned to Renault), will already make his F1 debut… Continue reading

F1 Quickie: Red Bull will change its name in 2018

The Red Bull F1 team is hooking up with the car company Aston Martin next year. This will officially see the team’s name change to Aston Martin-Red Bull for next season. As far… Continue reading

Ferrari slips up in Singapore – Singapore GP 2017

After a long string of dull races, the Singapore race was probably one of the best of this whole season. On the slippery drying circuit, three safety cars were seen, which meant that… Continue reading