Japanese Grand Prix
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.
Posted by Paul Godley on September 22
It's quite scary to think that Sergio Perez has now been in Formula 1 for five seasons. How time flies, and how he flies at this moment in time. There's never been any doubt regarding the potential of Checo, but is now the time that the potential is being turned into results. Not just one offs, but a string of points scoringfinishes that has seen him springboard team mate Nico Hulkenberg in the standings. Is it now, dare I say, 'Checo Time'?
Posted by Matthew Ganon 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.