Predictions change quickly in Formula 1 – just as a few weeks ago it seemed that there was a possibility of a two-team fight to the constructors’ title, we have already seen the full return of Red Bull, along with the promise of a three-way
At Imola, hopes of a close championship were boosted with our first Red Bull 1-2 in six years. McLaren returned to their 2021 form with a totally unexpected podium, and while Lewis Hamilton is giving up the fight, it seems Max Verstappen is still in
The last of our flyaway rounds, Formula 1’s return to Albert Park offered some much-needed familiarity after a succession of five consecutive races in empty deserts at night. After three years away, Ferrari came in strong with yet another dominant victory in the hands of
Against the Saturday backdrop of aggravation and absurdity, on both grand prix Sundays so far this season fans have headed into the races with a sense of trepidation of what may be about to unfold. But what we have seen on Sundays so far has
For those of you who frequent the forums, you will be well aware of the Infinite Improbability Drive of the Race, a feel-good award for those that rose to the occasion and upset the odds during a Grand Prix. In a nutshell, like Formula 1’s
The first Grand Prix of 2016 is behind us, and what a race it proved to be. Qualifying on Saturday produced a Mercedes 1-2, with only Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari within a second of the Silver Arrows. And indeed, the race results record a Rosberg-Hamilton-Vettel podium.