-- For no reason, this little story about Nico Rosberg popped into my head today, so I thought it would be nice to share it with you. -- Over the weekend of the 2015 DTM season finale at Hockenheim, then Mercedes racer (and future world champion) Nico Rosberg was brought in to take part in … Continue reading “A short story about Nico Rosberg”
Antonio Giovinazzi claimed victory at a cool and grey Hockenheimring this afternoon, to secure the runner-up spot in the FIA European F3 Championship.
Lance Stroll controlled proceedings at Hockenheim this morning to claim the first victory of his Formula 3 career. The Canadian headed a Prema Powerteam 1-2-3-4 finish, with Stroll leading Jake Dennis, Felix Rosenqvist and Maxi Günther across the line.
Famed Japanese firm Honda endured, what can best be described as a horror show at their home Grand Prix on Sunday – and it’s not going to be getting better any time soon.
Lewis Hamilton dominated this morning’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, after passing Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg on the opening lap. Sebastian Vettel claimed another podium for Ferrari, after having run 2nd place for a portion of the race.
During the second half of last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, a member of the public breached security and entered the circuit – a moment of madness that could have rewritten the race. Beyond the obvious alterations to the form of the event – the track invasion necessitated a second safety car period – the wandering … Continue reading “Conclusions from Singapore invaders”
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg secured his second pole position of the season at Suzuka this morning, but only after the session was stopped prematurely following a huge crash by Daniil Kvyat.
105 points. That is one hell of a lead for Stoffel Vandoorne at the top of the GP2 Series standings. While eight races still remain – four Features and four Sprints – and there is still 192 points on the table, it is looking more and more as if Vandoorne has his hands wrapped tightly … Continue reading “GP2 Belgium: Vandoorne – The thinking man’s winner”
Red Bull youngster Daniil Kvyat jumped teammate Daniel Ricciardo in the points standings yesterday, following a gutsy drive to 4th.
Romain Grosjean secured Lotus’ first Formula One podium since the 2013 US Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps today.
Lewis Hamilton dominated today’s Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, cementing a 28-point lead ahead of Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg. Lotus driver Romain Grosjean took 3rd to secure the Enstone team’s first podium since Austin in 2013.
Antonio Giovinazzi took his fifth FIA European F3 race win of the season, albeit without running a single lap under anger.
Felix Rosenqvist secured the 22nd Formula 3 victory of his career at the Red Bull Ring today, with a commanding performance.
French racing driver Brandon Maïsano has split from Prema Powerteam following race one of the eighth round at the Red Bull Ring.
Jake Dennis took his fifth FIA European Formula 3 victory in style at the Red Bull Ring today. The Briton headed fellow championship challenger and poleman Felix Rosenqvist and points leader Antonio Giovinazzi by a narrow margin, but rarely appeared under threat from the chasing duo. Former championship leader, Charles Leclerc, could do no better than 6th place behind Lance Stroll and George Russell.
Antonio Giovinazzi returned to winning ways in the final FIA European F3 race at the Norisring this morning.
Maximilian Günther took a shock fist FIA European F3 victory at the Norisring today. The German took advantage of a feisty battle between Alexander Albon, Charles Leclerc and George Russell, when the trio ran wide and side-by-side into the turn one hairpin, allowing Günther to sweep from 4th to 1st in one move.
Charles Leclerc extended his lead in the FIA European F3 Championship today, with a controlled victory at the Norisring. Behind the Monegasque racer, Antonio Giovinazzi reinvigorated his championship challenge with a drive to 2nd, Felix Rosenqvist jumped to 2nd in the points as he climbed to the final podium spot.
FIA European F3 rookies Charles Leclerc and Alexander Albon took the three top spots between them at a warm and muggy Norisring yesterday. With qualifying split into two groups of sixteen drivers (due to the brevity of the Norisring layout) Leclerc headed the faster Group A in qualifying one; however Albon made the best of … Continue reading “FIA F3: Leclerc and Albon make hay in Norisring qualifying”
While much of the post-race talk of the Monaco Grand Prix focussed on Mercedes’ strategic mix-up that cost Lewis Hamilton the race win, one highly successful run went largely unnoticed in the melee. Starting from the pitlane, Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz slipped serenely up the order to eventually take home 10th place and one point come the final order.