Formula 1 announced on Tuesday that the Dutch Grand Prix will return to the F1 calendar in 2020. This will be the first time since 1985 that Zandvoort will host a race weekend in the premier open-wheel competition. The agreement, according to Formula 1’s announcement, will run for three years. Although there is bound to […]Read More Questions Abound as Zandvoort Returns to F1 Calendar in 2020
The fourth race of the Formula 1 2019 season will take us to Baku, Azerbaijan in what should be a pivotal race in determining the state of the drivers and constructors. The last few races at Baku have proven to be quite entertaining and if the second practice session is anything to go by, then […]Read More Azerbaijan Grand Prix Preview- Can Ferrari Take the Fight to Mercedes?
After a promising race weekend, Charles Leclerc fell victim to a late race issue. Sebastian Vettel again struggled while battling for position. Renault suffered late race double retirement.Read More Bahrain Grand Prix Recap: A Tough Day for Leclerc
Formula 1’s season got off to a wonderful start in Melbourne this past Sunday. The race was filled with tense battles amongst the midfield teams, but at the end of the day Valtteri Bottas easily took home a well deserved victory. Albert Park may not be a track that is wholly representative of what we […]Read More Takeaways from the Australian Grand Prix
The starting grid is set for tomorrow’s Australia Grand Prix, and no team could be happier than Mercedes. The entirety of the qualifying session was filled with tension and last minute runs to secure a spot in Q2 and subsequently Q3. There were some surprise performances both good and bad that will help provide us […]Read More Australia Grand Prix- Qualifying Reaction
The Formula 1 season has officially kicked off with both Free Practice 1 and Free Practice 2 commencing with immense fan fare. However, Williams Racing must have been hoping to have had a little more time to get their cars up to par. Journalists and race fans got their first look at Williams’ two new […]Read More Williams Racing Look Well Off the Pace in Australia
The excitement is building as F1 will be kicking off its 2019 season in Melbourne this weekend. The offseason has been filled with technical updates to improve the racing spectacle. Drivers have moved around the paddock including big names coming and going from Ferrari and Red Bull. Both of these teams will also be looking […]Read More Will Haas F1 be the Best of the Rest in 2019?
Only a few weeks remain until the Formula 1 season kicks off in Australia. As the teams are currently gaining insight into the qualities that they possess and issues that need to be addressed during F1 testing in Barcelona, it is time to begin thinking about the many driver changes that have occurred during the […]Read More Charles Leclerc could Challenge Vettel as Number One Driver at Ferrari in 2019