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Mexico GP review

The Mexican Grand Prix was a really weird weekend where the form guide for this season got totally torn up. All of a sudden we had all three of the top teams in contention for the win which something that everyone connected with F1 dreams of, whether you work in it or are a fan […]

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USA GP review

Kimi plays a blinder What a race in Austin! A 39 year old who everyone expected to retire and has just been sacked by his team qualifies within 0.009 seconds of the team’s number one driver who is paid millions more and has just made arguably his 7th error of the season in free practice, […]

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Japanese GP review

The Japanese Grand Prix seemed like the final nail in the coffin in the Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari title challenge for 2018. This was a weekend where they needed Mercedes and Lewis to make mistakes or suffer from reliability issues but once again, it was the red squad that cracked. With a 67 point lead […]

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Russian GP review

Team orders : a necessary evil Let me start this column with a clear opinion: I dislike team orders. Like every other true fan, I don’t want to see race results being determined by anything other than the action on track. However I’ve also watched and been around Formula 1 teams for long enough to […]

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Singapore GP review

The Singapore Grand Prix is always a brilliant spectacle. The lights around the track and city, the bumpy surface and unforgiving walls combined with the heat and humidity, makes for an exciting and entertaining weekend. This also tends to be a weekend where we see big steps and swings in the World Championship battle and […]

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Italian GP review

It’s been a busy few months in the world of Formula 1. Daniel Ricciardo has made a surprising switch from Red Bull to Renault, Fernando Alonso has made a less surprising but disappointing decision to walk away from F1 after a fairly dire spell with Mclaren, Ferrari have chosen to break away with tradition and […]

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Belgian GP review

F1’s return from the summer break took us to Spa for the first of two power circuits which I believe could be vital for Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel’s championship campaign. Both Championship contenders arrived at Spa with upgraded power units and with Shell adding in a fuel upgrade, clearly every tool in the box is […]

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Hungarian GP review

The Hungarian Grand Prix marks the end of the first half of the season and the start of the official summer break. In true F1 fashion, the teams can’t just go on holiday – they have a carefully monitored break, with pre-agreed dates and the FIA policing their phones and email servers to ensure that […]

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German GP review

The German Grand Prix may prove to be the pivotal race in this year’s World Championship battle. Local hero Sebastian Vettel was on fine form in front of his fans and his brilliant Qualifying lap put him in a fantastic position to take victory at a circuit which is twenty minutes from the town where […]

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British GP review

The British Grand Prix gave us the second brilliant Formula 1 race in seven days. There was so much to watch and talk about right from the start to the finish. Throw in the good weather and capacity crowd and this became truly one of the best races I can remember at Silverstone for some […]