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OPINION: Going To Malaysia

Late last year I had the privilege of attending the Malaysian grand prix. By the end of the 2017 season I will have been consumed by and have watched sixteen years worth of Formula 1, and that without missing a single race. This majestic sport called Formula 1 has completely fascinated and captivated me unlike anything […]

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F1 2017: Abu Dhabi Gp Preview – Much to gain at Season Finale

The final round of the 2017 F1 season is upon us as the paddock heads east to the twilight race of Abu Dhabi. Introduced to the calendar several years ago the Yas Marina Circuit has delivered resplendent views of F1 cars at dusk for since 2009. With no expense spared the circuit and surrounding facilities […]

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Toro Rosso Retain Hartley and Gasly for 2018

The Toro Rosso Formula One Team confirmed that Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley will remain with the team for the 2018 season. Both drivers made their debut for Toro Rosso earlier in the year. Gasly made his debut at the Malaysia Grand Prix while Hartley made his debut at the United States Grand Prix. Both […]

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Penalty Round Up: 2017 Brazil Grand Prix

Another race weekend, and we’ve got more grid penalties. So far none of them feature a McLaren. But it does look like Toro Rosso is getting all the bad luck. Lance Stroll gets a gearbox change after he came to a halt on track during Free Practice 3 while the rest of the Renault powered […]

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2017 Formula 1 Brazil Grand Prix: Thursday Press Conference – Part 2

PART TWO: DRIVERS – Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN (Ferrari), Esteban OCON (Force India), Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso)   Q: Brendon, congratulations, World Endurance Champion, once again, for the second time with Porsche. How did it feel jumping back into a WEC car after the Formula One, and how are you rationalising this very unusual life experience that you’re going […]

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F12017: Brazilian Gp Preview – Free-for-all at Iconic Interlagos

For all the innovation that Formula 1 continues to deliver there are some things in the sport that, untouched by too much change, remain and embodies the very essence of the sport. One such example is the Brazilian grand prix and the famed Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace. For decade after decade the Interlagos based circuit […]

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F12017: Mexican Gp Review – Verstappen Dominates Tense Mexican Gp

Formula 1 is a sport where just about everything is engineered and managed to the most minute of details. However, despite the near obsessive level of attention to detail the volatility of the human factor often still has the biggest impact. In Mexico Max Verstappen made his presence felt as he barged his way into […]

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2017 Mexico Grand Prix: Thursday Press Conference – Part 2

PART TWO: DRIVERS: Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari), Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes), Pierre GASLY (Toro Rosso)   Q: Pierre, welcome back to Formula One, Before we talk about this weekend in Mexico, tell us about last weekend and how frustrating it must have been to go all the way to Japan, where you were hoping to wrap-up the […]

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Kvyat Dropped by Toro Rosso Again

The Toro Rosso Formula One Team announced that they will drop Daniil Kvyat and will bring back Pierre Gastly for the Mexican Grand Prix. Kvyat Returned to Toro Rosso for the United States Grand Prix after he was dropped for Gasly at the Malaysia and Japanese Grand Prix. With the early departure of Carlos Sainz […]

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F1 2017: United States GP – Friday Practice Round-up

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton topped both of Friday’s free practice sessions ahead of the United States grand prix. The first session proved a rather difficult one to read as most of the running was done on the intermediate tyre. While conditions remained slippery, and tricky, several cars spun out but, thankfully, didn’t incur any damage. […]

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