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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Once in a lifetime

“Are you doing anything to stop Mercedes from dominating?” said Martin Brundle to Bernie Ecclestone before the race. “I have some bombs in my pocket!” he exclaimed. Indeed. The next few moments of the Spanish Grand Prix were about to get explosive, as Rosberg took the lead heading into turn one. Having had the worst possible

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