Rosberg’s lucky second place, Sainz’s drive of the day and why Venus shouldn’t have snubbed Brundle

You could argue that Nico Rosberg has decidedly won the 2016 Formula 1 World Championship after Japan, when Lewis Hamilton failed to make it past Max Verstappen for 18 points. It all hinged on the start, another trend that seems to be taking over all the weekend talk along with tyres. This weekend in Austin it was

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Rosberg Quickest In Wet Practice One

Nico Rosberg was the quickest man in the first Practice session today, in what was sodden racetrack conditions in Austin. The Mercedes driver was 1.2 seconds clear of Red Bull’s Daniil Kvyat and a further four tenths ahead of Daniel Ricciardo, after the pair failed to improve their lap times in the closing stages on

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Two-Stop The Race Winning Strategy On Sunday, Whilst Contra Three-Stop Allowed Drivers To Get Positions At The End

Lewis Hamilton won yesterdays United States Grand Prix by employing a two-stop strategy, starting on the Soft tyre than completing the final two stints on the Medium tyre to win the race by four seconds from teammate Nico Rosberg. The strategy was copied by his teammate in order to ensure that either him or Lewis

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