All posts by Jeremy Scott

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GPR Awards – Italy 2021

The end of the summer break has certainly brought us nothing short of drama and intrigue. An exhausting triple header has been made bearable by the boiling-over of tensions among the front-runners, exacerbated by the coming together of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at the Italian

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Profile – Adrián Campos

Perhaps the quintessential reject, the life and times of Adrián Campos saw him rub shoulders with the bright and beautiful people of motorsport just as much as the backmarkers. His F1 career saw him race for Minardi for a little more than a year. After

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GPR Awards – Netherlands 2021

After the grim display at Spa-Francorchamps, the Formula 1 community got a welcome treat at the revived Dutch Grand Prix with a fantastic home crowd that celebrated Max Verstappen’s strong victory immensely. At points, it even seemed like the whole event was a massive beach

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GPR Awards – Belgium 2021

How to solve a problem like the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix? How does one quantify a singularly unifying rejectful thing about a race weekend that didn’t even have a race? After all, on Sunday not a single green flag lap took place, and while we

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Teammate Collision – Episode #1: The Mid-Season Review

Grand Prix Rejects presents the debut episode of its new homemade podcast, Teammate Collision! Regular contributors Lennart and Jeremy stop writing for a moment and instead chat with one another about the most important issue in Formula 1 right now: who is the Reject of

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GPR Awards – Hungary 2021

With a rainy, chaotic first corner, a restart that felt like a surreal homage to the infamous 2005 United States Grand Prix, and a first-time winner in the shape of Esteban Ocon, the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix had so much to offer viewers going into

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Profile – Jan Magnussen

Some people are born with great natural talent, and as a result success comes easily to them. Where others hone their efforts with great commitment, others can go without putting in the long hours needed to gain that extra tenth and still be the best – at least

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GPR Awards – Britain 2021

Drama drama drama. That’s what Formula 1 fans were exposed to all Sunday afternoon at the 2021 British Grand Prix, with the clumsy but inevitable crash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton making the headlines every day since. That drama and the fallout from it

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GPR Awards – Styria 2021

Another race, another win for Max Verstappen and Red Bull. At effectively the team’s home race, Verstappen was unbothered pretty much all the way by his closest challenger Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull‘s fourth consecutive victory also marks the biggest win drought for Mercedes in the