At long last the break is over and Formula 1 has returned. The second half of the season promises to show more excitement as we get closer and closer to the world championship. While we were left without races for a month, there was still tons of excitement in the driver market happening during the down-time.
While we are in the middle of F1's now traditional summer break, it's perhaps a good time to reflect on the sport's return to France.
Located in the South East corner of France, Paul Ricard was the site of 14 French Grands Prix before 2018. Back in the 1970s the course was built and named after French alcohol tycoon, Paul Ricard.
For many people, Stoffel Vandoorne is a divisive figure: for some there’s a star in the making who’s a solid driver in the wrong car; for others he’s underperforming and occupying a seat young Lando Norris deserves far more. But is there a definitive answer to this question? We take the time to find out.
On the 40th anniversary of Gilles Villeneuve’s first win for Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel followed in the legend's footsteps to win the Canadian Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver completed what was a comfortable win which saw him lead from start to finish ahead of Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, meaning the top 3 on the grid didn’t change
Things are quiet this weekend in the Formula 1 world, as drivers and teams prepare for the next race in Canada. While Red Bull is fresh off a win in Monaco, it is Daniel Ricciardo who has truly shined during this part of the season. With only three different race winners among the six races, Mercedes’ golden boy Lewis Hamilton fears that Ricciardo may be a threat to the title.