Bahrain Grand Prix
Posted by Tamhas Woods on April 11
Mercedes arrive in 2015 on back of one of the most successful campaigns by any team in the history of Formula 1. 16 wins, 18 pole positions and both the drivers and the constructors title - the German manufacturer couldn’t have asked for more. However, with the new F1 season less than two week away, Mercedes have a in their hands to carry the momentum from . And from what we’ve seen in pre-season testing, we are heading into the second year of the Mercedes era.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on March 19
From talk of lack of noise, to ‘taxi-cab driving’ to an all-out Mercedes domination, 2014 F1 season was dominated by all sorts of negativities one could possibly imagine. And against our liking, nothing changed when the new season kicked off last week at the scenic Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne.
Posted by Rachit Thukral on March 6
Having suffered concussions during a testing crash in Barcelona, Fernando Alonso will miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, with reserve driver Kevin Magnussen stepping in his shoes for the time being. come as a surprise for Magnussen who was snubbed by the very Spaniard after just one season in Formula 1. That year didn’t exactly go according to Dane’s plan with him being handed a string of penalties for his rookie . But Magnussen showed flashes of pace all season long. He has the potential which could be tapped for greater success.
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