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GPR Awards – 2023 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix

After a suspiciously competent Ferrari was able to challenge in vain against Max Verstappen on home soil, the Dutchman still took his record tenth consecutive win (not counting two more sprint wins added to that). Behind him, the amount of rejectfulness made us at GPR

GPR Awards – 2023 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix

As Max Verstappen equalled the Ascari/Vettel record for consecutive wins, it seemed on Sunday evening at Zandvoort that nothing, not even the weather, could stop the Dutchman taking a clean sweep for the rest of the year. However, with changeable conditions came rejectdom from a

GPR Awards – 2023 Formula 1 British Grand Prix

In a remarkably protest-free British Grand Prix weekend, there were gasps of surprise as Max Verstappen won his sixth consecutive race since Miami. At Grand Prix Rejects we aspire to provide wisdom on everything rejectful! Ferrari win Reject of the Race one year on from

GPR Awards – 2023 Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix

After red-flagged practice sessions and a qualifying that was hit by intermittent strong rain, the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday was surprisingly straightforward. Predictable, of course, as Max Verstappen took another lights to flag victory and a win tally to equal Ayrton Senna’s. Some of

GPR Awards – 2023 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix

Winning rather supremely in spite of a sleep-induced spin, Max Verstappen waltzed off to another predictable win, in a season and sport that is rapidly moving towards the artificially unpredictable. Let’s dive into the Australian Grand Prix. Race Control, once again, take Reject of the

2022 Season Review

Overview  2022 was a long year to be a Formula 1 fan. When the excitement of the Max Verstappen-Lewis Hamilton duel ended in such controversy the year before, it seemed a little inevitable that the new year would be a continuation of the old. With

GPR Awards – 2022 Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix

The 2022 Mexican Grand Prix ended up being the dullest Mexican Grand Prix since the 2020 Mexican Grand Prix. Max Verstappen was virtually unchallenged after leading into the first corner, while a meek strategy for a strong Mercedes meant the now-two-time champion took a new