Singapore ’08: How One Crash Changed More Than One Race

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We take a look back at Singapore’s F1 debut in 2008. A race where the phrase “take one for the team” had never been more apt. I think it’s safe to say that the Singapore Grand Prix has never been the most terribly exciting race on the Formula 1 calendar. Perhaps it peaked at the […] READ MORE


FIA Reveals 2023 Formula 1 Calendar – Las Vegas, Monaco & more

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F1’s governing body has announced a record length 24-race calendar for next year’s Formula 1 World Championship. The F1 circus begins in Bahrain over the weekend of March 3rd-5th, with Abu Dhabi again the final race of the season in late November. FIA’s 2023 Formula 1 calendar sees the debut of a new circuit, the […] READ MORE


A Race Fit For A Queen: When Her Majesty Visited Silverstone

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LWOS looks back to when Her Majesty, The Queen, then-Princess Elizabeth, attended the first ever Formula 1 Grand Prix. Last Sunday, Formula 1 came together to pay tribute to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, with a minute’s silence before the Italian Grand Prix. Many of the teams, British and otherwise, chose to bear an array […] READ MORE


F1: What’s next for Porsche after the Red Bull rebuff?

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With Red Bull Racing and Porsche’s potential joint venture now off, what options are left if the company still intends to enter Formula 1? After their copyrighting of the word “F1nally”, it seemed as if Porsche were fully intending to make their return to Formula 1. Many media sources were of the belief that the […] READ MORE


Why Mick Schumacher and Williams Might Be a Good Fit

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With options running out for 2023, would a potential switch to Williams be a shrewd career move for Mick Schumacher? With speculation rife that IndyCar hotshot Colton Herta is set to move into Formula 1 next year with AlphaTauri – allowing Pierre Gasly to move to Alpine – the options for Mick Schumacher are beginning […] READ MORE


F1 Roundtable: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort) Predictions

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LWOS’ new Formula 1 predictions series continues with our team’s takes on what will happen at this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix. Last week, half of the participating staff (including myself!) correctly predicted that Max Verstappen would triumph in Belgium, with the title leader storming to a quite memorable win from 14th place. Whilst two of […] READ MORE


Going Dutch: Zandvoort’s Greatest F1 Grand Prix Moments

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LWOS trawls through the archives to chronicle some of the memorable moments from the Dutch Grand Prix’s long history. Zandvoort was largely a mainstay on the F1 calendar from its debut in 1952 until 1985. The scene of some horrific – and sometimes fatal – accidents, Zandvoort had been maligned by drivers for its lack […] READ MORE


Mick Schumacher to leave Ferrari at end of the F1 season

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Mick Schumacher’s contract with Ferrari’s Driver Academy will end at the end of this season, according to reports. It is said that the Haas driver, and son of 7-times World Champion Michael, will not be retained by the American outfit for next year, with Ferrari Reserve Driver and current Formula E competitor Antonio Giovinazzi becoming […] READ MORE


F1: Carlos Sainz on Pole Position for Belgian Grand Prix

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Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz is on Pole Position for tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix, despite Max Verstappen setting the fastest time in qualifying. Verstappen, along with title rival Charles Leclerc, elected to take power unit penalties, and will therefore start the race alongside each other in 15th and 16th. Sergio Perez will start the race 2nd alongside […] READ MORE


Audi confirms 2026 F1 entry, Sauber partnership rumored

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German auto giants Audi have announced their entry into F1 from 2026, on the same day Alfa Romeo “communicate[s]” the end of their partnership with Sauber Motorsport. Audi have ended speculation by confirming its entry into Formula 1 from 2026, as a power unit supplier. An F1 car bearing the “four rings” logo was unveiled […] READ MORE