Brazilian Grand Prix
Posted by Rachit Thukral on November 18
Such has been the disparity in performance between Hamilton and Rosberg that some have gone on to suggest that the top brass at Mercedes needs to find a replacement for the German. But the events of the last two races in Mexico and Brazil have shown that Rosberg has the potential to beat Hamilton consistently - and fair & square.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on 30th October
The return of classic venues in Austria and Mexico is positive news for a sport that is in danger of losing Silverstone and Monza from its annual calendar. Bar a few exceptions such as Austin and Singapore, newer F1 venues have largely been unpopular with the fans, drawing criticism from several quarters. While newer race tracks pay far more in licensing fee than classic venues, they lack a motorsport culture, resulting in a subdued atmosphere.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on September 29
One area where efforts need to be made is the competitiveness of the grid. Perhaps the incoming of new manufacturers might lead to more teams fighting at the forefront of F1. But only if they follow the right approach.