Kubica to DTM?

By Michaelmad, ago

There seem to be two schools of thought on Robert Kubica‘s return to Formula 1: The first is that he’s being sabotaged a Williams team who unfairly favour their British compatriot George Russell at the expense of a dastardly foreign interloper. If that’s not making things difficult enough for poor Read more…

Williams have signed a deal with Mercedes for the supply of power units for five more years, extending their current deal until the end of 2025. Since the beginning of the turbo hybrid era, Mercedes engines have been among the class of the field and have powered the Mercedes AMG Read more…

Williams take positives from Monza

By Michaelmad, ago

Following the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Williams’ George Russell remains the only driver in Formula 1 in 2019 without a world championship point to his name, but the young Briton isn’t allowing that to cloud his positivity going into the final seven races of a tough debut season. Despite Read more…

Williams’ 2019 Italian Grand Prix

By Michaelmad, ago

At the end of 2018 changes were made to Formula 1’s aero regulations in an effort to help improve overtaking, to make the sport more exciting and less processional – an accusation often levelled at F1 in the last decade or two. Essentially, the rule change attempted to reduce the Read more…

Current Williams driver Robert Kubica is one of a ‘handful of candidates’ for a seat in next year’s car according to Williams Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams. Kubica has endured a torrid comeback season in 2019, being outpaced in every qualifying session and finding himself 10-2 down in race finishes Read more…

An horrific accident on Saturday in the F2 feature race tragically took the life of 22 year old Anthoine Hubert. The 2019 Belgian Grand Prix weekend will be forever remembered for that incident. And rightly so.  Many things have written about Anthoine and the incident that so cruelly cut short Read more…

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has to it a mystique and a prestige that gives them the ability to attract the very best drivers in the sport. Ascari, Fangio, Villeneuve, Prost, Schumacher and Alonso – legends all – have at one time proudly pulled on the scarlet overalls and climbed Read more…

A question often asked of drivers during Formula 1‘s ‘killer years’ in the 1960s and 1970s, was how can someone knowingly put themselves in such danger with such a high possibility of serious injury or death? According to Kevin McConway, Professor of Applied Statistics at the Open University, in the decade between Read more…

Williams’ rapid gains

By Michaelmad, ago

It’s an expression that most Williams F1 fans wouldn’t dare dream about after the team’s disastrous start to the 2019 Formula 1 season. Technical issues forced Williams on to the back foot from the get go when they arrived at pre-season Barcelona test several days late, before having to redesign Read more…

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