I said controversy would be the main theme heading into this race weekend. And in typical Formula 1 style, its surrounds a lot of topics, not least the contact between the two Mercedes drivers last time out. Will there be team orders? What was Rosberg’s penalty? Will Hamilton have luck on his side? As it
Pirelli say “extremely low degradation” allowed the drivers to one-stop today, despite the tyres coming under high loads due to the top speeds and warm temperatures. Race winner Lewis Hamilton along with a number of other drivers including his teammate went on the one-stop strategy of running the Medium until around lap 19 – 23,
1. Lewis Hamilton 2. Nico Rosberg 3. Felipe Massa 4. Valterri Bottas 5. Daniel Riccardo 6. Sebastien Vettel 7. Sergio Perez 8. Jenson Button 9. Kimi Raikkonen 10. Kevin Magnussen 11. Daniil Kvyat 12. Nico Hulkenberg 13. Jean-Eric Vergne 14. Pastor Maldonado 15. Adrian Sutil 16. Romain Grosjean 17. Kamui Kobayashi 18. Jules Bianchi 19.
Daniil Kvyat will become the first driver to take a ten-place grid penalty for using his sixth Power Unit component this year, after Toro Rosso used their sixth Internal Combustion Engine in his car this weekend. According to the FIA, “the internal combustion engine used by the above driver [Daniil Kvayt] is the sixth new
From the Forest of the Ardennes to the Cathedral of Speed, Round Thirteen of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship brings us to Monza where the vintage race track plays host to the fastest race on the calendar. Its quite a unique race Monza, because its perhaps the only circuit on the calendar where the teams
Red Bull junior driver Pierre Gasly will be racing for Caterham in their GP2 outfit this weekend, after the team needed to look for a replacement for Tom Dillmann who is racing in the Porsche Carrara Cup championship at Magny Cours this weekend. However rather than it just being for this race weekend, it seems Gasly
The latest corner to be tamed on the F1 calendar is at one of F1’s vintage race tracks, Monza which plays host to this weekends Italian Grand Prix. The famed Parabolica which has had its gravel run-off pushed back by 20 meters in order to make way for tarmac, to allow drivers more of a margin