Russian Grand Prix 09-11 October
Posted by Rachit Thukral on 31st August
Sebastian Vettel’s bombshell announcement to leave Red Bull Racing at the end of the 2014 season has vacated an elusive seat at Toro Rosso with as many as three drivers in contention for a drive alongside 17year old teenage Max Verstappen. Helmut Marko, who oversees Red Bull stable of young drivers has a tough job in his hands to choose between his current driver Jean Eric Vergne, newly crowned Formula Renault 3.5 world champion Carlos Sainz Jr and Alex Lynn who is at the brink of sealing the GP3 title.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on 04th October
It may seem silly to some that Fernando Alonso is likely to join McLaren next season, given the team is currently sixth in the championship. Honda’s arrival as an engine parter is certainly an attraction for the Spaniard, but with the incoming of the Japanese manufacturer, McLaren loses its biggest asset at the moment - the mighty Mercedes power unit. Not to mention the teething problems the two outfits are likely to face at the start of next season.
Posted by Darshan Chokhani on 03 September
Ever since the announcement from Red Bull and Toro Rosso that the 16-year-old Max Verstappen will drive for the Faenza outfit next season, it has generated headlines everywhere. Atnext season, he will be the youngest ever driver to race in Formula 1. To be honest, it is a rare situation with Verstappen because he is only in his first year of senior racing - in a single-seater series. even leading (currently second) the FIA Formula 3 series where he is competing currently and doesn’t even have a super license to race in Formula 1.
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