F1 Singapore – All The Talking Points

Formula 1 heads to its hottest race and the heat is firmly on Ferrari to deliver in Singapore, after being humbled in their home race by Mercedes last time out. The Scuderia were no match for the Silver Arrows at Monza, finishing over 36 seconds behind race-winner Lewis Hamilton – a deficit Ferrari boss Sergio…

Verstappen Wants Action And Answers

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen says it’s “unbelievable” that he’s vying with McLaren’s Fernando Alonso for the highest number of retirements during F1 2017. Verstappen was forced out of an early fifth place in the Belgian Grand Prix due to a cylinder failure in his Renault internal combustion engine, which ensures he remains bottom of the…

Vettel For Mercedes A No No Says Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton has no concerns about the possibility of Sebastian Vettel joining him at Mercedes as he believes that the German does not want to be his teammate. The fact that Vettel has yet to be confirmed at Ferrari for 2018 – and no announcement of a contract extension for Valtteri Bottas – has led…

Vettel In No Rush To Sign New Ferrari Deal

Formula 1 championship leader Sebastian Vettel says he is in “no rush” to sign a new deal with Ferrari, even though he sees no reason not to do so. The four-time world champion is in his third season with the Italian manufacturer, and leads the title race by one point over Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton….

All The Talking Points For This Weekend’s F1 Budapest Event

The F1 traveling roadshow rolls on to Budapest this weekend, with the Hungarian Grand Prix the first leg of yet another back-to-back with Germany that will see the weary teams, drivers and small armies of personnel to their mid-season break. With the championship lead poised to change hands for the first time all year, inter-team…

Mercedes And Ferrari Turn Down McLaren

Mercedes and Ferrari are not interested in supplying Formula 1 engines to McLaren next season, Motorsport.com understands. McLaren is considering splitting with current partner Honda following another troubled season in which it has scored just two points from 10 grands prix so far. The Woking squad’s executive director Zak Brown has suggested Mercedes and Ferrari…

No Giggles For Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton silences his critics as he raced from lights-to-flag to claim his fifth British GP , saying it proves he knows what is best for himself. Hamilton came in for some stick from the press and fans as he opted not to attend Wednesday’s Formula 1 demo in London. Instead, the Brit headed off…

McLaren Shock Move To Ferrari

McLaren’s potential divorce with engine supplier Honda has led to speculation about a possible partnership with Ferrari. Honda are in a precarious situation with McLaren after countless reliability and performance issues and the Woking-based team are seemingly weighing up all available options ahead of the 2018 season. A return to Mercedes is the most likely…

This Weekend’s Silverstone F1 – All The Facts And Figures

Formula 1 returns to the heart of England this weekend for the British Grand Prix. After a controversial trip to Azerbaijan and a somewhat dull affair in Austria the fast, sweeping, circuit of Silverstone promises close and competitive racing up and down the grid. With multiple overtaking points and a track that can wear on…

Mercedes Allowing Bottas To Go For Title

Toto Wolff insists Mercedes will allow Valtteri Bottas to challenge for the drivers’ championship despite Sebastian Vettel’s growing lead. Bottas took his second victory of the season in Austria to close to within 15 points of teammate Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ standings. While Bottas beat Vettel, the German extended his lead over Hamilton to…