Which F1 driver was the best performer during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend?
Review how each driver got on below and vote for who impressed you the most during the last race weekend.
Singapore Grand Prix driver-by-driver
Sebastian Vettel – Having lost most of the second practice session on Saturday due to a power unit…[Read more]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Hamilton’s third hat-trick makes him title favourite 3 hours, 33 minutes ago
@nomeg1 As explained in the article, based on permutations of likely outcomes.
By ‘morally stronger’ I assume you mean in terms of ‘morale’ rather than ‘morality’? Not that I think either will play a role in this.
Lewis Hamilton is in the lead of the drivers’ championship for only the second time this year after winning the Singapore Grand Prix.
Hamilton’s seventh win of the season means he has now won half of the races […]
The team who impressed most ion the pits was McLaren, who set the four fastest pit stop times of the race, and all five of their stops ranked inside the top seven.
Yep, I bet they take great pride in that. Shame […]
The Singapore Grand Prix has become the one round of the season where F1′s strategists can almost take it for granted that the Safety Car will play a role. This was the seventh running of the race, and as in the six previous events the Safety Car played a role.
For most of the teams it was a question of trying to make it to the end of the race…[Read more]
Sergio Perez claimed a useful seventh place in the Singapore Grand Prix, but ironically he probably wouldn’t have been in a position to do so had he not collided with Adrian Sutil earlier in the race.
Perez was […]
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest lap of the Singapore Grand Prix. He might have been expected to do that after he put new tyres on with eight laps to go – but he didn’t.
With the super soft tyres two-and-a-half seconds per lap quicker than the softs, Hamilton was no quicker when he put the harder tyres on at the end of the race than he had been…[Read more]
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In the story of the 2014 championship battle, the Singapore Grand Prix will rank as a footnote.
That was guaranteed from the moment the Mercedes mechanics pushed Nico Rosberg’s faulty car off the grid while the remaining drivers headed off on their formation lap.
EJGPC Austria Race One – Part One
Haugland gets the best start from second and jumps Schnyder into turn one, meanwhile chaos ensues behind as Johnson, Kasami and Davies tangle at turn one and also eliminate O’Riley, Östberg and Hadžić. Brandon retires from fourth with a loose wheel and Alejandro takes that place on easily his strongest showing so…[Read more]
IJGPC Austria Qualifying – Harrison takes second pole in a row
Stuart Harrison has taken his second pole position in a row here in Austria. Pedro Costa was the surprise of the session up in second while Team 23′s Junior car’s looked as strong as the main team with Fyodorov in third. Championship leader Emma Wilson starts 7th and with her closest…[Read more]
EJGPC Austria Qualifying – Schnyder eases to pole
Finn Schnyder – newly confirmed as a member of Westwood’s Young Driver Academy – has easily taken pole position here in Austria at the Red Bull Ring as he looks to make up some of the 32 point deficit to Championship leader Klaas van Snelheid, who meanwhile suffered a shocking session and lines up…[Read more]
FSSC Germany Race One – Grid
1. Alex Wright
2. Hilario Bull
3. Santiago Rodriguez
4. Kim Hwong
5. Rodrigo Sanchez
6. Lowell Hamm
7. Johan Halvosen
8. Olen Inman
9. Christos…[Read more]
Ok, mass of FSSC results coming at you so I can catch up, here goes!
FSSC France Race One – Grid
1. Hilario Bull
2. Felipe Cesar
3. Judson Sikes
4. Rodrigo Sanchez
Make your Singapore Grand Prix Pass of the Year nominations below.
As usual, name what you thought was the best pass of the race. Those with the most nominations will go into the Pass of the Year poll at the end of the season.
Here are the previous threads for this year which are still open for…[Read more]
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