A Motorsport Legacy – Jacky Ickx

Arguably the most famous man in Belgian motorsport, Jacky Ickx has raced everything from motor bikes to touring cars and is a 6-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. His motosport resume lists achievements in the some of the most toughest of competitions, including eight wins and 25 podium finishes in Formula One,... Continue Reading →

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Fast Facts: The Canadian Grand Prix

This year, Montreal hosts 50th Anniversary of the first running of the Canadian Grand Prix. The 1967 Canadian Grand Prix was held at Mosport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada on August 27, 1967. The 90-lap race was the eighth round of the 1967 Formula One season and was won by Jack Brabham driving for his... Continue Reading →

Prix-View: The Canadian Grand Prix

Round seven of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the sport embark on its first North American trip of the season, to Montreal, home of the Canadian Grand Prix. Long a favourite race destination for teams, drivers and fans, Canada this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of F1’s arrival on its shores, at... Continue Reading →

Robert Kubica returns

After six years away from Formula One, today at Valencia's Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Polish driver Robert Kubica undertook a private test for Renault Sport Formula One Team, driving a Renault Sport F1 Team E20 chassis. Robert wasted very little time behind the wheel of the E20, pounding around the circuit and completing an astonsihing 115... Continue Reading →

Jani recalls Le Mans victory

Twice a pole-sitter and now a reigning champion at the 24 Hour of Le Mans, Porsche's Neel Jani has plenty of fond memories from the world's most famous endurance race. @Mobil1TheGrid sat down with the Swiss driver to find out more about last year's epic battle with Toyota, a race which would eventually see him... Continue Reading →

Rookie Roulette

Each new season brings a change in scenery in Formula One, particularly in the drivers' line up for each team. For 2017 we are seeing the arrival of three new drivers competing in a full season; Stoffel Vandoorne for McLaren, Esteban Ocon at Force India and Lance Stroll flying the Canadian flag on the Williams.... Continue Reading →

Pascal Wehrlein Cleared to Race in Canada

Pascal Wehrlein didn’t have the smoothest of races in Monaco. After being dealt a 5 second time penalty for an unsafe release from the pits, he plodded around second to last for the majority of the race, only being moderately disturbed by the returning Jenson Button behind and not making a great deal of progress.... Continue Reading →

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