Category Archives: Race Day

Button snatches Canada win from under Vettel’s floorboard

Four safety cars, four hours, and one hell of a race can be taken away from yesterday’s Canadian Grand Prix. The Gilles Villeneuve Circuit is one of my favorite’s on the calendar because of its nature – never failing to

Button snatches Canada win from under Vettel’s floorboard

Four safety cars, four hours, and one hell of a race can be taken away from yesterday’s Canadian Grand Prix. The Gilles Villeneuve Circuit is one of my favorite’s on the calendar because of its nature – never failing to

Hamilton wins in China, ending Vettel’s streak

It was a weekend where strategy was key. As the weekend approached, Pirelli had suggested that a one-stop strategy were possible this weekend thanks to the nature of the circuit and tire compound adjustments. That left every team guessing. Should

Hamilton wins in China, ending Vettel’s streak

It was a weekend where strategy was key. As the weekend approached, Pirelli had suggested that a one-stop strategy were possible this weekend thanks to the nature of the circuit and tire compound adjustments. That left every team guessing. Should

Sebastian wins the Malaysian Grand Prix…

…making that four wins in a row. Add his race wins in Brazil and Abu Dhabi to the two this year and you’ve got four consecutive race wins for the 23 year old. I can finally, confidently say that Formula

Sebastian wins the Malaysian Grand Prix…

…making that four wins in a row. Add his race wins in Brazil and Abu Dhabi to the two this year and you’ve got four consecutive race wins for the 23 year old. I can finally, confidently say that Formula

Sebastian Vettel races with his eyes closed in Melbourne

And just like that, Formula 1 is back. Getting through the winter season always feels painfully long, however, getting through this specific season felt like forever. The last moment of 2010 racing was filled with such emotion: Sebastian Vettel becoming

Sebastian Vettel races with his eyes closed in Melbourne

And just like that, Formula 1 is back. Getting through the winter season always feels painfully long, however, getting through this specific season felt like forever. The last moment of 2010 racing was filled with such emotion: Sebastian Vettel becoming

Alonso wins his first wet race in Korea

That was a race nobody could have predicted. At one point I didn’t even think we’d see the first Korean GP unfold due to the massive rainfall the morning of. The race started under the safety car only to be

Alonso wins his first wet race in Korea

That was a race nobody could have predicted. At one point I didn’t even think we’d see the first Korean GP unfold due to the massive rainfall the morning of. The race started under the safety car only to be

Don’t even bother with Suzuka

I am beginning to lose hope. The Japanese Grand Prix was another one of the season’s boring races – along with Bahrain and several others I can’t even remember. Australia, Spa, and Singapore were several of the best races this

Don’t even bother with Suzuka

I am beginning to lose hope. The Japanese Grand Prix was another one of the season’s boring races – along with Bahrain and several others I can’t even remember. Australia, Spa, and Singapore were several of the best races this

Alonso and Ferrari remain untouchable in Italy.

To F-Duct or not to F-Duct? That was the question everyone scrabbled to answer this weekend. During Friday practice sessions, McLaren split strategies with Button running the F-Duct while Hamilton went without it. That meant that Button would be able

Alonso and Ferrari remain untouchable in Italy.

To F-Duct or not to F-Duct? That was the question everyone scrabbled to answer this weekend. During Friday practice sessions, McLaren split strategies with Button running the F-Duct while Hamilton went without it. That meant that Button would be able