The Formula 1 family grows in 2014, as three drivers from the lower series’ make the all important step up to the sport that they have been working towards for the last decade. I have to admit, the new talent in the sport this year look promising. Kevin Magnussen Single Seater Career 2008 – Formula
Some of our favourite images from the 2014 Australian Grand Prix weekend. Sources include Mercedes GP, Pirelli, Red Bull, Getty, Force India, Sauber, Caterham, and Williams.
After three weeks of pre-season running, the teams are back and still learning more about their new motors. Fernando Alonso was the first man out on track in 2014, with everyone apart from Vettel, Chilton, Grosjean, Kobayashi, Maldonado, and Kvyat going out for an install lap to see everything is in order. Mercedes were looking
Well, its here. The first race of the season is among us, and I’m really excited. Not just because F1 is back, but because we have literally no idea who’s going to finish. There are talks that only Mercedes-engined cars will finish, with the possibility of the Ferrari’s finishing. Then there is the Renault-engined cars,
Infiniti will not renew its title sponsorship with Red Bull Racing beyond 2015 according to Germany’s Sport Bild. The luxury Nissan brand are reportedly paying an estimated €40 million to be involved in the naming of the team, however the company wanted to be involved more than just as a financial partner to one of
Lewis Hamilton is taking us on a tour of the Melbourne street circuit in the Mercedes simulator, giving us some insight into how the 2014 cars will look and sound when first practice hits us in the early hours of Friday morning. Throughout most of the straights we see Lewis in 6th gear, of course