Grand Prix Rejects is excited to announce its first regular columnist, John Newhouse. John is a paddock figure who has achieved some of the highest accolades in motorsport, yet has little to no respect around the paddock. His CV is unmatched in its bluster and
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.
After a chaotic first attempt to hand out a brand new trophy – for the most exceptional performer in each race – the official Formula 1 website announced today that highly regarded Hungarian driver Zsolt Baumgartner has clinched the first ever Driver of the Day award. Baumgartner, 35, retired from the race twelve