Firstly, I would like to apologise for missing the last two races, but I had a cricket match and a World Superbike race to attend! I am back now, and here to stay, well until there are more cricket games! 1,213 more words
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After only qualifying sixth, Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo was not expected to finish on the podium in the Canadian Grand Prix.
But courtesy of a curious two-stop strategy from Scuderia Ferrari that knocked both Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen back, a missed opportunity from Sahara Force India to not exchange Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez with Ocon on fresher tires, and Max Verstappen’s own early race retirement from second place, Ricciardo emerged best of the rest behind the two Mercedes for his third straight third place finish… 140 more words
We may be just six races into the 2017 Formula 1 season, but the driver market for next year is already up for discussion. 1,815 more words
It was a controversy befitting of the race that gave us carpark-gate in 2006, Hamilton’s potty-mouthed, crash-strewn race in 2011, or Rosberg’s implicitly gratuitous error that afforded him pole in 2014. 1,066 more words
Sebastian Vettel earned the win at the Monaco Grand Prix because of superior pace, pure and simple. Sky F1 commentators can speculate about intra-team politics all they want because quite frankly, Lewis Hamilton was irrelevant in this race, and they had to talk about… 884 more words
Red Bull Formula 1 drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen saw their emotions flip from post-qualifying to post-race in Monaco as the team picked up its third podium finish of the year. 618 more words