Blundell on F1: The stakes are high for Vettel and Ferrari

September will not be remembered fondly by Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel and the tifosi. Beaten on their home turf by the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton was followed by losing both their cars at the start of the Singapore GP. Bad luck is said to come in three’s and Ferrari’s was rounded off last weekend in Malaysia... Continue Reading →

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Fast Facts: The Japanese Grand Prix

Having spent most of this week perfecting his use of chopsticks, poor old @F1StatMan had to dictate this weeks addition of Fast Facts, owing to a rather unfortunate incident with some wayward wasabi. As soon as the swelling goes down, we're sure he'll be fine - but in the mean time, as fresh as a... Continue Reading →

Prix-View: The Japanese Grand Prix

A few short days after an exciting and eventful Malaysian Grand Prix, teams and drivers reassemble at the Suzuka Circuit for the Japanese Grand Prix, round 16 of the 2017 Formula One World Championship. Appropriately for a circuit designed as a test track, Suzuka tests everything, with an array of high, medium and low—speed corners... Continue Reading →

A look at the 2017 F1 Championship battle

The Malaysian GP produced such a fluctuation of emotions from the teams in contention for the title. Friday belonged to Ferrari as they looked quick over one lap and in race pace whilst Saturday belonged to Lewis, as he took advantage of Sebastian’s poor reliability to claim pole position number 70. Despite reliability again hitting... Continue Reading →

Ferrari – Race to Immortality

The 1950s. Dawn of the iconic Scuderia Ferrari in the Formula One World Championship and deadliest decade in motor racing history. As cars pushed the limits of human ingenuity, drivers lived on a knife edge between life and death. At the centre of it all was Enzo Ferrari, a towering figure in motor racing and... Continue Reading →

Fast Facts: The Malaysian GP

After the sweaty excitement of the Singapore Grand Prix, it's been a two week delay - but a comparatively short hop - to Malaysia. This weekend marks the final time (for now) that the sound of Formula One cars will echo off the hills of the Sepang countryside. A place known for it's torrential downpours,... Continue Reading →

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