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What the ####?! Issue 40 - Why England's Sport is the biggest roller-coaster rider ever?

Good morning from a cloudy Thurlby, it has been a great week off with so many great activities but something almost kind of spoiled it. It was on Friday night where we had the most freakiest Thunder, lightning storms for a very long time. 1,085 more words


Aston Martin in talks with Red Bull

Reports have emerged that Aston Martin is in negotiation with Red Bull over a shock return to F1 for next season.

While negotiations are ongoing, any deal would see Aston Martin become a brand partner of four-time world champions Red Bull Racing, in exchange for brokering a deal to run Mercedes power units – with the German manufacturer owning a 5% stake in the British sportscar company. 170 more words


Mercedes not discussing engine deal with Red Bull, says Lauda

Niki Lauda has denied suggestions that Aston Martin could help Red Bull Racing secure a Mercedes engine supply for 2016.

Historically Red Bull and Mercedes do not work together, and hitherto any kind of relationship looked impossible. 266 more words

F1 News

'The Master and The Apprentice': Stewart and Clark Zandvoort 1965...

Jim Clarks’ Lotus 33 Climax chasing Jackie Stewarts’ BRM P261 through the Dutch sand-dunes…

Jackie had his first F1 drive with Lotus in the non-championship, late 1964 Rand Grand Prix in South Africa, but made the intelligent decision to join BRM for 1965 where he felt he would have the support and time to develop as a driver. 202 more words


#GAMING: Codemaster's 'F1 2015' Newest Trailer

The world’s most popular motorsport’s game gets its newest addition on July 10. F1 2015 will be released for PC, Xbox One and PC and announces itself to be of epic proportions and is developed by… 7 more words


Mallya stresses sustainability in bid to 'uncrap' F1

Force India team owner Vijay Mallya has called on Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone to work with teams to ‘uncrap’ the sport.

In a lively FIA press conference on Friday ahead of the British Grand Prix, representatives from six teams were asked about the changes proposed by the F1 Strategy Group earlier this week. 308 more words