Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher’s record of 68 poles in Belgium

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After Kimi Raikkonen topped FP1 and FP3 and Lewis Hamilton topped FP2, both Ferrari and Mercedes were looking evenly matched going into qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher’s record of 68 poles in Belgium Qualifying 1 In the first part of qualifying, Lewis Hamilton set the pace for Mercedes while […] READ MORE



1997 Belgian Grand Prix: Singing in the Rain

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The tricky and diverse range of corners as well as the unpredictable Ardennes weather makes Spa-Francorchamps one of the most popular venues on the Grand Prix calendar, and is the supreme test for any driver. For Michael Schumacher, of course, it was all child’s play. Qualifying was dominated by Jacques Villeneuve, his Williams-Renault setting a […] READ MORE


2000 German Grand Prix: Rubinho Finally Comes of Age

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Just like how 1998 was, and like 1999 promised to be, the 2000 F1 World Championship was a battle between the era’s two greatest drivers – Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen. Or at least it was at the end. With over half the season completed, Schumacher was being chased all the way by not only […] READ MORE


1994 German Grand Prix: Berger’s Sunday Drive

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Emotions ran high amongst teams and fans alike as Formula 1 stopped in Germany for round nine of the 1994 World Championship. Michael Schumacher’s second place at the British Grand Prix was rescinded after the German controversially overtook polesitter Damon Hill on the parade lap, and was subsequently given a two-race suspension for his troubles. As […] READ MORE


Vettel’s Drives From the Back

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Sebastian Vettel has made quite a habit of starting races from the back of the field in the previous few years and working his way through the field. On the one hand, it’s great for the fans to see his efforts, but maybe in situations like the 2015 Canadian Grand Prix it would have been […] READ MORE


NASCAR’s Future Star: Thomas Ferrando

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I had the pleasure at Brands Hatch to sit down with popular young French driver Thomas Ferrando who drives the number 37 Knauf Racing car in Elite 2 of the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series. Thomas is just 17 years old and is in his second full year of NASCAR racing. So how did he start […] READ MORE


Colombia’s Finest: A Juan Pablo Montoya Biography

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A favourite of the motor racing purist; a winner of seven Grands Prix, one Champ Car title and is now a two-time Indy 500 winner. My first profile is on Juan Pablo Montoya, a driver whose talent in Formula 1 was never fully recognised as it was across the Atlantic. Here is the Juan Pablo […] READ MORE


Will Fernando Alonso Ever Win Again?

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Nearly 10 years have past since a young 25 year old Fernando Alonso clinched his first Formula One drivers title in Sao Paulo in such style finally putting an end to the Ferrari and Michael Schumacher reign over Formula One. In late 2005 he had signed for McLaren for 2007, he still fought hard in […] READ MORE


Sebastian Vettel: 2014 vs 2015

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Flash back to 2014 and Sebastian Vettel was probably having his worst ever start to a Formula One season. After the Spanish Grand Prix, he was sitting with 45 points after a retirement in his first race and it’s fair to say it went downhill from there. Now, he sits third in the championship on 80 […] READ MORE