Belgian Grand Prix
Posted by Matthew Gannon on August 25
The first turbocharged engine to race regularly and the first turbocharged engine to win a grand prix - both accolades are held by French car manufacturer Renault. The early days of their first tenure were tough. But after a win and multiple podiums in 1979, they had become a force to be reckoned with. Now, however, after many years of success they seem to be on self destruction mode with no way out.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on August 24
Grosjean’s transition from a ‘first lap nutcase’ to a regular podium finisher in 2013 is well known. However, the advent of the new turbo era in 2014 and the corresponding drop in Lotus’ form has sidelined him from the headlines. But his third place finish at Spa has brought him firmly back into the spotlight, after one-and-a-half years of subpar results in poor machinery.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on July 23
Formula 1 drivers never let the risk of death get on top of them, for it will have a detrimental affect on their competitiveness. Rachit Thukral writes in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s death due to an unfortunate incident at last year’s Japanese Grand Prix.
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