The 2021 Azerbaijan GP had a lot of drama, from the start to the finish. There were fantastic overtakes, big crashes, and most importantly a rare element of unpredictability, which gave us a unique podium, one which probably no one was expecting! Sergio Perez won only the second race of his career, with Sebastian Vettel […]Read More 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix: Well Done, Baku!!
The 2021 Monaco GP was, for the most part, a processional race, as Monaco is. Despite that, however, the podium was a surprise result, and a welcome surprise at that. Max Verstappen won the race, from Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris. Strategies were very similar, with most opting to switch from the soft tyre to […]Read More 2021 Monaco GP: Strategy’s Still Supreme!
The 2021 Spanish GP was an alright race, with occasional glimpses of entertainment, but overall was a very predictable race. Hamilton won yet again, followed by Verstappen and Bottas, and the trio have shared the podium more than any other trio in F1 history. At the start, an aggressive Max made his intentions clear to […]Read More 2021 Spanish GP: Strategy Supreme
The 2021 Portuguese GP was a simple affair, with a few glimpses of excitement, but overall being a very predictable race. For the first time this season, it was clear that Mercedes had the edge over Red Bull in race trim. Despite this, Verstappen fought well and drove a great race to split the Mercedes […]Read More 2021 Portuguese GP: Stagnancy Returns?
The 2021 Emilia Romagna GP was a race to remember, and not just for the length of it’s official name (FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DEL MADE IN ITALY E DELL’EMILIA ROMAGNA 2021)!! There were a lot of amazing and exciting moments all throughout the race, with action and drama up and down the field. […]Read More 2021 Emilia Romagna GP: Drama, thy name Imola!
The 2021 Bahrain GP had an exciting finish, with Max Verstappen crossing the line just 0.75 seconds behind race winner Lewis Hamilton. They were both engaged in an enthralling battle towards the final moments of the race, which saw them racing incredibly close to one another, pushing each other all the way, quite literally. Max, […]Read More 2021 Bahrain GP- A sign of things to come?
The 2019 F1 season is about to dawn upon us. On February 18th, we will be witness to the all-new 2019-spec cars. Changes in aerodynamic regulations have brought quite a few tweaks to the cars. Us fans may be impatient to see the 2019 cars roar down the straighs of the Circuit De Barcelona-Catalunya, but […]Read More 2019 F1 Pre-Season Testing