All posts by Jeremy Scott

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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

2021 British Grand Prix

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

Photography: Williams Racing

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

Photography: XPB Images/James Moy Photography

GPR Awards – France 2021

Paul Ricard, not known for its pantheon of great races in the modern era, can proudly pat itself on the back for delivering to the 2021 season an above-average race, serving as the hunting ground for Max Verstappen and Red Bull to take another hit at Lewis Hamilton

2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Saturday - Jiri Krenek

GPR Awards – Azerbaijan 2021

In a season that is turning even the most cynical of heads around to expect a good title fight to the finish, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was by far the most weird and wonderful yet. With what appeared to be an inherited win by Sergio

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Profile: Sébastien Bourdais

Racing drivers, both from Formula 1 and CART/IndyCar, occasionally attempt one of the most difficult feats of motorsport: switching continents and succeeding. For every Mario Andretti who crosses the Atlantic and wins a world championship, there is an Alex Zanardi who struggles dreadfully, either through motivation,

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GPR Awards – Monaco 2021

For the first time in three years, the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix saw Mercedes at the top of neither the drivers’ nor the constructors’ championship on Sunday evening. It was a show of resurgence and driving excellence yet again from Max Verstappen, who took full

Photography: Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN

GPR Awards – Spain 2021

The 2021 Spanish Grand Prix provided the fans with an unusually interesting race at the Circuit of Catalunya, as Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes used better strategy and almost unbelievable pace on medium tyres to provide a repeat of the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix, overtaking Max Verstappen and Red

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Profile: Bruno Senna

The expectations of being a Formula One driver are not easily met. You have the press constantly asking you questions on your form and future, and you have the fans constantly wanting you to put up a good performance on the racetrack. Sometimes, that pressure is

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GPR Awards – Portugal 2021

The 2021 Portuguese Grand Prix gifted us Lewis Hamilton‘s second win of the season, beating Max Verstappen and his team-mate Valtteri Bottas. While the race relied more on how the Pirelli tyres handled the surface of the Portimão racetrack to create some interesting strategy variance, further behind some plot lines developed, contributing to