The first serious skirmishes of the 2015 F1 season kicked off last week. Deep in contract negotiations with World Champion Lewis Hamilton, Toto Wolff opened 2015 with some early mind games. Reading between the lines Despite his relative lack of F1 management experience, the Mercedes boss indulged in some Ron Dennis-esque mind games. Publicly stating…
Bernie Ecclestone has bemoaned Formula 1’s hybrid power units throughout 2014. Occasional barbs about their volume and the like have now given way to more calculated comments about a return to noisier, less efficient V8 units. Of course for someone like Bernie, volume has nothing to do with it. Ferrari No matter how successful Mercedes,…
Mercedes dominated FP1 & FP2 at Suzuka but it could only take a single spark to ignite the Japanese Grand Prix.
Recent speculation about 3-car F1 teams is the wrong answer to an inherent problem with the sport. Time for a ‘new’ old idea.
The radio ban for this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix is set to throw up many interesting issues on reliability, fuel and the title battle.
Initially it seemed Alonso and Vettel were the keys to the F1 driver market. Recent developments suggest it might actually be one of the 2014 title contenders.
Fernando Alonso’s partnership with Ferrari has yielded nothing but near misses. As Ferrari face another season out of Championship contention, what are his future options?