Pastor Maldonado – Making History Spain 2012

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The 2012 season will be remembered for so many reasons; the title went down to the last race and there were seven winners in the first seven races, for example. One of those winners was none other than Pastor Maldonado. After the announcement came this week that he wouldn’t be racing in F1 this season […] READ MORE







Slow Corners and Fast Cars: Lotus Heads to Monaco

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The Monaco Grand Prix is, without question, the most famous race on the Formula 1 Circuit. Nowhere else is the magic that is F1 so strongly felt as in Monaco. The history of the track itself reads like a who’s who of the sport and it is the strongest desire of every driver to have […] READ MORE


2012 Spanish Grand Prix Flashback: An Unlikely Maiden Victory

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The beginning of the 2012 Formula One season was anything but predictable. With seven victors from five teams across the first seven races, it was very much unclear who, if anybody had a significant advantage over the rest. Two first-time winners emerged from this period, and the latter of those occurred at the 2012 Spanish […] READ MORE


2015 Bahrain Grand Prix Lotus Review: Repeat Performance

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Lotus, once again, earned some much needed points with a repeat performance of the Chinese Grand Prix. As the team arrived in the vast sea of sand, they looked toward the weekend with a renewed confidence. While Pastor Maldonado had faced challenges during the Grand Prix of China, Romain Grosjean had come in seventh, earning […] READ MORE


2015 Bahrain Grand Prix Force India Preview: Backward Steps

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Force India experienced a very frustrating Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai. A retirement from Nico Hulkenberg on lap 10 after losing his gearbox will cause concern within the Force India garage while Sergio Perez could only manage an 11th place finish. The Silverstone based team had pre-season testing problems and were one of the last […] READ MORE